- FRANCE’S NEXANS INKS SUPPLIER AGREEMENT WITH EMPIRE OFFSHORE WIND
- NASDAQ-LISTED SEANERGY MARITIME BUYS 2012-BUILT JAPANESE CAPESIZE BULKER
- MACRO OFFSHORE SUBSIDIARY JACKTEL WINS LONG-TERM TYRA CONTRACT
- CHINESE SHIPS ENTER JAPAN'S TERRITORIAL WATERS OFF SENKAKU ISLANDS
- NORWEGIAN OPERATOR WALLENIUS WILHELMSEN REACTIVATES LAST THREE LAID-UP VESSELS
- ALL AMERICAN MARINE JOINS FAMILY-OWNED BRYTON MARINE GROUP
- AKER OFFSHORE WIND AND HEXICON COMES TOGETHER FOR SWEDISH WIND PROJECTS
- HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRIES WORKS ON HYDROGEN SUPPLY CHAIN BY 2030
- UN CALLS FOR SEAFARERS TO BE PRIORITISED FOR COVID-19 VACCINATIONS
Van Oord collaborates with FUELSAVE for decarbonisationVan Oord has partnered with FUELSAVE to introduce cutting-edge combustion conditioning technology on its fleet, which is expected to reduce emissions even further.
Saudi Arabia’s Bahri Chemicals inks charter deal for 9 chemical tankersSaudi Arabia's national shipping carrier, Bahri, announced that its business subsidiary, Bahri Chemicals, has signed a long-term time charter agreement with United Arab Chemical Carriers Limited, based in Dubai (UACC).
Taiwan Offshore Wind Industry Association forms offshore wind allianceThe Taiwan Offshore Wind Industry Association (TOWIA) has been founded by a group of companies involved in the offshore wind farm industry.
Poland approves two offshore wind joint venturesThe Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) in Poland has authorized the formation of two joint ventures between domestic and foreign companies to build offshore wind farms off the coast of the country.
China aims to become largest offshore wind market by 2029According to a Wood Mackenzie survey, the global offshore wind operations and maintenance (O&M) market is projected to rise 16 percent annually to $12 billion by 2029, with China set to become the largest market by then.
Singapore’s first LNG bunkering vessel calls at Singapore LNG terminalThe FueLNG Bellina, Singapore's first liquefied natural gas bunkering vessel, docked at the Singapore LNG import terminal on Jurong Island.
Japanese companies come together to develop ammonia bunker supply chainA group of Japanese companies has teamed up to produce ammonia as a marine fuel.
Qatar works with China on new LNG systemsGaztransport & Technigaz (GTT), the industry leader in LNG containment systems, is being followed by plenty of competitors.
Maersk Product Tankers cut CO2 emissions by 30% by 2021With the aid of its proprietary digital and technological technologies, Maersk Product Tankers, a Danish tanker owner, has reduced CO2 emissions by 3.3 percent in 2020.
Wartsila expands its partnership with Van Oord to reduce carbon footprintWith the signing of a 9-year renewal and extension of its Optimized Maintenance agreement, Wartsila has extended its partnership with Van Oord.
Chemical tanker boarded by pirates off Cotonou, BeninOn Thursday, pirates boarded a 2016-built chemical tanker off the coast of Cotonou, Benin, abducting the ship's 15 crew members.
Samsung receives order for five LNG-powered container shipsSamsung Heavy Industries has secured a new order for five more ships from an unidentified Asian customer, cementing its place as the world's leading builder of environmentally friendly vessels fuelled by liquefied natural gas.