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Port of Gothenburg to become first green e-fuel hub in Europe

In collaboration with Stena Line, DFDS, Ørsted and Liquid Wind, the Gothenburg Port Authority aims to create the first electromethanol (e-fuels) hub in Europe. “We...

CMA CGM creates US$1.5 billion special fund to accelerate shipping decarbonisation

CMA CGM has launched a Special Fund for Energies, backed by a five-year budget of US$1.5 billion, to accelerate its energy transition and achieve...

TotalEnergies Marine Fuels completes COSCO’s first marine biofuel bunkering

TotalEnergies Marine Fuels has completed the first refueling of a COSCO container ship with sustainable marine biofuels. This is TotalEnergies' first biofuel bunkering operation for...

Forto and Hapag-Lloyd collaborate to deliver biofuel alternatives

Through a new partnership with Hapag-Lloyd, technology company Forto has launched a biofuel programme for maritime transport customers seeking to make their transport greener. More...

Aqaba Container Terminal launches 20-year decarbonisation plan

Aqaba Container Terminal (ACT), the gateway to the Levant region, has announced its decarbonisation strategy. Between 2020 and 2030, the terminal aims to reduce its...

X-Press Feeders to deploy ZeroNorth platform across its entire fleet

X-Press Feeders has agreed to deploy the ZeroNorth platform across its entire fleet of feeder vessels to improve profits and accelerate its decarbonisation process. Under...

Evergreen receives double certification for its greenhouse gas emission inventory

Evergreen has completed a systematic review and calculation of greenhouse gas emission inventories for its business activities in order to implement the company's environmental...

NYK participates in US$18 million marine biofuel data project

Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) and Astomos Energy participated in a marine biofuel demonstration project initiated by the Global Center for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD). Biofuels...

K Line to build electric tugboat powered by battery

K Line will build through its group company, SEAGATE (SGC), a new electric tugboat that will be powered by a battery. The new tugboat is...

Four companies cooperate to test renewable liquid hydrogen supply chain in Europe

Two energy companies Shell New Energies NL BV and ENGIE, the tank storage provider Vopak and the shipping firm Anthony Veder have signed an...

EMSA drone to monitor vessel emissions in the Strait of Gibraltar area

The Spanish Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda will monitor sulfur and nitrogen emissions from ships using the European Maritime Safety Agency's (EMSA)...

Sustainable Shipping Initiative joins Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center

The Sustainable Shipping Initiative (SSI) and Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping (the Center) formalised their collaboration by signing a Knowledge Partnership...

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ONE launches new intra-Asia service

Singapore-based container line Ocean Network Express (ONE) has announced the launch of a new service, China-Vietnam-Thailand (CVT). The service, which will commence on 27 May,...

Red Sea crisis and port congestion drive blank sailing surge

Box lines are tradionally using blank sailings to manage supply in relation to demand, but during the pandemic, shipping lines were forced to blank...

Maersk tonnage shortage revitalises 2M alliance

Maersk and MSC have renewed their 2M relationship before it ended as the carriers began to operate joint services again following the initial unravelling...

Dali to be moved after bridge wreckage blown up

Dali, the container ship that has been stranded under the wreckage of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore port, could be relocated...

Market panic triggers sharp rate surge

According to the latest analysis of the shipping consultancy Linerlytica, the market panic over tightening vessel space availability has sent the Shanghai Containerized Freight...