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Rolls-Royce supplying two mtu gas engines for first LNG-hybrid tugboat

January 19, 2021Rolls-Royce is supplying two mtu 16V 4000 M55RN gas engines to Sembcorp Marine Integrated Yard for the construction of the first liquefied natural gas (LNG)-hybrid powered tug.

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Port of Tyne eliminates 700t of carbon emissions in 12 months

January 6, 2021Port of Tyne in the UK has announced that it has reduced carbon emissions by 700t in approximately 12 months after adopting the strategy of clean energy and decarbonisation.

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Maersk and Novo Nordisk sign eco-friendly logistics deal

December 20, 2020A.P. Moller-Maersk has signed a cold chain logistics agreement with pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk that will cover ocean and inland transportation.

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First hydrogen-fueled ferry for Oslo-Copenhagen route to be ready in 2027

December 15, 2020A group of companies have partnered up to develop a 100% hydrogen powered ferry for DFDS’ Oslo – Frederikshavn – Copenhagen route. The ship, called Europa Seaways, will be powered by electricity from a hydrogen fuel cell system that emits only water and can produce up to 23 MW to propel the ferry.

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Damen launches world’s first fully electric ship-handling tug

December 10, 2020Damen has announced it has launched the world’s first fully electric ship-handling tug of 70 tonnes bollard pull and delivered it to the Ports of Auckland.

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Havyard establishes company for hydrogen power for ships

November 20, 2020For several years now, the Norway-based marine and maritime technology company Havyard Group has carried out research and development work on hydrogen propulsion for large vessels, for example through the Pilot E project, in order to develop a large-scale maritime hydrogen project.

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Anglo American signs ten-year charter contract for LNG-fuelled ships

November 11, 2020Mining company Anglo American has signed a ten-year charter contract for four liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuelled capesize+ vessels, introducing LNG into its chartered fleet for the first time.

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Pilot LNG to supply LNG as a marine fuel to GAC

October 21, 2020Based in Texas, US, Pilot LNG, LLC has laid the foundation for a partnership with GAC Bunker Fuels for the supply of LNG as a marine fuel from its proposed Galveston LNG Bunker Port terminal project, which will be the first dedicated LNG bunker terminal in the region.

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P&O Cruises receives first UK cruise ship to be powered by natural gas

October 19, 2020At 185,000 tons, 345m in length with 17 guest decks and setting new ground for guest experience, Iona is the first British cruise ship to be powered by LNG.

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Wind and LNG-powered car carrier concept under development

October 16, 2020Marine technology provider Høglund Marine Solutions announced it has taken a two-thirds stake in Vindskip AS, a company developing a wind and LNG-powered vessel concept.

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Bangkok deploys a fleet of 27 electric passenger ferries

October 13, 2020Energy Absolute has announced plans to deploy a fleet of 27 electric catamarans, which will operate as passenger ferries on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok.

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Inside Japan’s roadmap to zero emissions from international shipping

September 29, 2020The Japanese Government recently launched its ‘Roadmap to Zero Emission from International Shipping’, which will aim to reduce shipping’s carbon footprint and develop a sustainable ship that does not emit greenhouse gases by 2028. What will it mean for Japan’s vast shipping industry and maritime-dependent economy?

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Solstad partners with Westcon for sustainable technologies

September 15, 2020Solstad Offshore has signed a cooperation agreement with Westcon Power & Automation for the development of environmental and sustainable technologies.

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ABB supplies technology for hybrid-electric rescue vessel in China

September 14, 2020ABB has announced that the first Chinese-built hybrid emergency rescue vessel was installed with a complete range of its electric, digital and connected solutions.

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Japanese companies to develop fuel cell vessel

September 1, 2020New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) has given its approval for five Japanese companies to participate in a demonstration project for high-power fuel cell (FC) vessels commercialisation.

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Electric ships: the world’s top five projects by battery capacity

August 25, 2020To operate properly, electric ships need big batteries that can last for longer periods of time. We list the world’s five biggest electric ships in terms of battery capacity.

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