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BHP awards contract for wind fences in Port Hedland

Australia’s first wind fences, designed to reduce dust emissions as part of BHP’s AUS$300 million air quality commitment, will be built in Port Hedland by CIMIC Group’s CPB Contractors.

MOL to join ‘First Movers Coalition’

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd has participated in the First Movers Coalition, which was established to boost demand for decarbonisation technology at the World Economic Forum Davos Agenda.


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Enviva and MOL Drybulk to reduce supply chain GHG emissions

Enviva Inc and MOL Drybulk Ltd, a subsidiary of Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd, have signed an additional memorandum of understanding to deploy an environmentally friendly bulk carrier for the ocean transportation of sustainable wood pellets and biofuels.

LR and DSIC make step towards zero-carbon bulk carrier

Lloyd’s Register has awarded approval in principle to Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Company (DSIC) for the first Chinese Newcastlemax bulk carrier concept to be powered by ammonia, a promising zero-carbon-emitting fuel.

BHP signs LOI for Australia-East Asia iron ore ‘green corridor’

A consortium, led by the Global Maritime Forum and consisting of BHP, Rio Tinto, Oldendorff Carriers and Star Bulk Carriers Corp., have signed a letter of intent (LOI) to assess the development of an iron ore ‘green corridor’ between Australia and East Asia.