- 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
Casco Bay Lines to work with ABB for hybrid-electric power and propulsion solutionCasco Bay Lines, a Maine ferry company, has chosen ABB's integrated hybrid-electric power and propulsion solution for its new vessel.
Fred Olsen unveils its itinerary program for 2022-2023The itinerary program for Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines for the years 2022-2023 has been announced. The program, according to a press release, provides 126 new voyages to 82 countries, with regional departures from Belfast and London Tilbury.
Greek owner Castor Maritime buys 2010-built Korean kamsarmax bulkerCastor Maritime, a Nasdaq-listed Greek company, has added a seventh vessel to its fleet for 2021, a Korean kamsarmax bulker constructed in 2010.
TECO 2030 unveils its plans for hydrogen-based fuel cell factory in NorwayTECO 2030, a Norwegian company, has extensive plans to construct Norway's first large-scale hydrogen-based fuel cell factory in Narvik, in northern Norway.
Qatar Petroleum works on new LNG carrier designsQatar Petroleum has entered into a multi-party arrangement with a range of LNG companies to create new medium and large LNG carrier designs.
UK government to invest $132m for construction of two offshore wind portsTo support the country's offshore wind farm expansion, the UK government will invest £95 million ($132 million) in the development of two offshore wind ports.
Greece’s Evalend Shipping orders two more LPG carriers at Hyundai MipoAt Hyundai Mipo, Greece's Evalend Shipping has announced options for two midsize LPG carriers.
Deltamarin and Cargill launch virtual showroom of WindWings technologyDeltamarin has opened a virtual showroom for their WindWings technology in collaboration with Cargill and BAR Technologies.
Norway’s Stad Ship Tunnel project gets green light for constructionThe Stad Ship Tunnel project in Norway, also known as the world's first full-scale ship tunnel, has been given the green light to begin construction preparations.
Alfa Laval tests new fuels to support shipping’s transitionAt its Test & Training Centre in Denmark, Alfa Laval will soon begin testing two new types of marine fuels: biofuels and methanol.
Unilever works on Virtual Ocean Control Tower for zero emission targetUnilever, one of the world's largest consumer goods companies, is following through on a promise made last year to achieve net zero emissions for all of its products by 2039.
Petredec Holdings works on options for three dual fuel LPG carriersPetredec Holdings, an LPG shipping and trading company, has exercised its option to construct three additional 93,000 cu m LPG carriers with dual fuel LPG propulsion at China's Jiangnan Shipyard.