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May 27, 2022
The keyword in energy transition is transition, a process that often involves constant tweaking and going back and forth between the gains and benefits of the old, and the betterment that will come with the new. In the energy sector, this is reflected in the moves of governments, and developments and insights from within energy and energy-related sectors, no less over the past week than any other in the last couple of years. ... [Read More]
May 27, 2022
ION Geophysical Corporation announced today that its climate-smart, digital platform, Marlin SmartPort, has fulfilled its role in helping monitor greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the Data-Led Emissions Management (D-LEMA) project. The post ION solution helps monitor GHG emissions in UK port appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 27, 2022
The British-Dutch biofuel producer Argent Energy is expanding its second-generation biodiesel production capacity in the Port of Amsterdam to contribute to sustainable shipping and road transport. The post Port of Amsterdam to witness fivefold increase in biofuel production appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 27, 2022
Danish ferry and logistics company DFDS aims to accelerate the company's green transition from incremental steps to full climate neutrality. The post DFDS: full steam ahead towards green transition appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 27, 2022
German multipurpose shipping company United Heavy Lift (UHL) has taken delivery of the newly built F900 Eco-Lifter vessel MV UHL Felicity at the CSSC Hudong shipyard in China. The post Another F900 Eco-Lifter joins United Heavy Lift’s fleet appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 27, 2022
AET has brought in the third and final Suezmax DP2 shuttle tanker, purpose-built for a long-term charter with Shell for operations in Brazil. The post Asian operator welcomes final shuttle tanker for Shell charter appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 27, 2022
German shipbuilder Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG) has cut the first steel of a roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) vessel ordered by Australian shipping company SeaRoad. The post FSG cuts first steel for SeaRoad’s LNG-powered RoRo appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 27, 2022
A consortium, led by ship engineering consultancy Houlder, has been collaborating with the UK's Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) on the first large autonomous vessel review work in what was described as a 'watershed moment for smart shipping'. The post UK: Houlder, MCA team up for autonomous vessel review work appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 27, 2022
German propulsion systems manufacturer Schottel has been awarded a contract to supply rudder propellers on a self-propelled barge-based vessel stack exhaust capture and treatment system. The post Schottel to propel U.S. scrubber barge, help cut emissions in ports appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 27, 2022
Port operating company Seehafen Kiel has contracted technology company Siemens AG for the construction of two additional shore power plants at Port of Kiel's Ostuferhafen. The post Port of Kiel turns to Siemens for additional shore power plants appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 26, 2022
The Ship It Zero coalition has urged shipping companies to cancel all new fossil fuel newbuilds in their orderbooks and invest only in zero-emission technologies and fuels for their future global fleets. The post Ship It Zero urges shipping companies to break up with fossil fuels appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 26, 2022
The U.S. Port of Virginia expects to fulfill all of its operational electricity needs from clean-energy resources by 2024 and in doing so, moves forward with its goal of becoming completely carbon-neutral by 2040. The post Port of Virginia eyes 100% clean energy ops by 2024 appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 26, 2022
Estonia's Port of Tallinn and Poland's Port of Gdynia have signed a letter of intent on cooperation in the field of hydrogen management. The post Port of Tallinn and Port of Gdynia to cooperate on hydrogen appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 26, 2022
Swiss marine power company WinGD has introduced an on-engine version of its Intelligent Control by Exhaust Recycling (iCER) system as part of its commitment to making decarbonisation as simple as possible for ship operators. The post WinGD rolls out on-engine emissions solution to simplify decarbonisation for ship operators appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 26, 2022
Maran Gas Maritime and Wärtsilä have signed a renewal of optimised maintenance agreement for 21 LNG carrier vessels. The post Maran Gas extends LNG carriers maintenance deal with Wärtsilä appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 26, 2022
Lloyd’s Register (LR) Maritime Decarbonisation Hub, a joint initiative between LR Group and Foundation, and partners have launched 'The Silk Alliance' to develop a green corridor cluster starting with intra-Asia container trade. The post Silk Alliance to set up green corridor cluster driven by fuel transition appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 26, 2022
Provaris Energy, an Australian developer of integrated compressed hydrogen projects, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with UK-based ship management company Northern Marine Management Limited, a member of the Stena AB group of companies. The post Provaris, Northern Marine launch technical partnership for GH2 carrier development appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 26, 2022
Japanese shipping company Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) has taken delivery of the newly-built W-Max class liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier at Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding in China. The post K Line takes delivery of new dual-fuel LNG carrier for Petronas appeared first on Offshore Energy. ... [Read More]
May 25, 2022
Three-wing rigs for ships can successfully tackle the problem of Energy Efficiency eXisting ship Index (EEXI) and Engine Power Limitation (EPL), extending the life of current and newbuild vessels, research conducted by London-based auxiliary power system company Windship Technology found.... [Read More]
May 25, 2022
Three-wing rigs for ships can successfully tackle the problem of Energy Efficiency eXisting ship Index (EEXI) and Engine Power Limitation (EPL), extending the life of current and newbuild vessels, research conducted by London-based auxiliary power system company Windship Technology found.... [Read More]

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