Green jobs and maritime decarbonisation

The transition to scalable zero-emission marine fuels has the potential to create up to four million jobs across the energy supply chain by 2050

New plans to drive carbon capture industry forward

A call for evidence launched today to explore new ways to transport captured CO2 that would enable more UK industries to adopt carbon capture technology.

Japan’s NYK becomes national champion for next-gen shipbuilding

Plans for a using a novel type of energy transport ship were announced on April 24, not one that hauls oil or natural gas, but a vessel that transports electricity in batteries.

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

Researchers can help shipowners achieve ambitious climate targets

International shipping does not want to be a climate bad guy and is aiming to be emission-free by 2050. A new tool designed by researchers in Trondheim can help shipowners who are searching for green solutions.

MOL Becomes First Japanese Operator to Commercially Install Onboard CO2 Capture System

TOKYO-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL; President & CEO: Takeshi Hashimoto) today announced that it has decided to equip its LR1 product tanker Nexus Victoria (75,000 DWT class) with the “Filtree System,” an onboard CO2 capture system with a SOx scrubber (Note 1) manufactured by Value Maritime B.V. (VM) (Note 2), a Dutch emission reducing technology company.

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.

Carbon capture set to provide shipping with zero-carbon pathway and cargoes

It was not very long ago that the mention of carbon capture on board ships was met with raised eyebrows and polite incredulity.

LNG – Leading Maritime Decarbonisation

This year’s View from the Bridge 2023-2024 highlights how the shipping industry has advanced along the LNG pathway to decarbonisation in 2023 and outlines the progress anticipated in 2024.

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.