Monjasa completes first biofuels supply operation in Peru

Monjasa and FAMOIL have supplied a total of 510 tonnes of B30 marine biofuels, for the first time in South America, in the port of Callao, Peru, to the Cargill operated dry bulk carrier, Infinity Sky

Green marine: decarbonising the shipping sector

Shipping is a hugely energy-intensive industry that underpins the global economy, with no silver bullet to turn the sector green

NGOs demand stringent criteria for ‘low-carbon’ hydrogen

The European Commission has been urged to consult broadly and take a methodical approach to defining new ‘low-carbon-fuels, amid concerns that hastily drafted legislation could promote the unsustainable use of fossil gas.

First Nations and environmental groups respond to the U.S. government’s pause on LNG approvals

Today, the U.S. government, the world’s largest exporter of liquified natural gas (LNG), announced a pause on new LNG export approvals, citing climate and domestic cost-of-living concerns.

Clean Energy drive: Govt issues guidelines for use of Green Hydrogen in shipping an steel sectors

The pilot projects for deploying Green Hydrogen will be implemented through the Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways, and the Ministry of Steel and the implementing agencies nominated under this Scheme.

Biogas Can Help Global Shipping Go Green

The global shipping industry carries 80% to 90% of global trade, yet the industry has not yet begun to decarbonize in any meaningful way.

Singapore’s marine biofuel demand could double by 2025: TotalEnergies executive

Marine biofuel demand at the world’s largest bunker hub Singapore could potentially double by 2025 to almost 1 million metric tonnes from 2023 levels as shippers seek to cut emissions, a senior TotalEnergies executive said.

Year Ahead: Regulatory hurdles leave shipowners to grapple with limited options for fuelling ammonia carriers

Shipping companies building ammonia carriers to use the cargo as fuel for their ship engines may find it necessary to lobby port state control to allow use of this fuel.

Korea updates laws to promote biofuels, energy security

South Korea passed amendments to its laws on 9 January which will make it easier to produce biofuels via co-processing, refiners said.

In safe hands? Onboard the world’s first ammonia-powered ship, billionaire Andrew Forrest’s Green Pioneer

Iron-ore billionaire Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue brought the world’s first ammonia-powered ship to global attention earlier this month, when it was sailed to Dubai for the COP28 climate summit – with Forrest openly lamenting that it could not actually be fuelled with ammonia.