PortXchange Products has announced a long-term global partnership with BigMile to provide digital solutions to increase the transparency of shipping emissions in port areas.
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd has conducted a trial use of marine biofuel supplied by GoodFuels on supramax bulker ‘ALBION BAY’, with the co-operation of JFE Steel Corp.
BHP has partnered with Pan Pacific Copper and Norsepower to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from maritime transportation between BHP’s mines in Chile and PPC’s smelters in Japan.
Berge Bulk will equip its Newcastlemax bulker, Berge Olympus, with BAR Tech WindWings by Yara Marine Technologies.
Bureau Veritas, Wah Kwong, and Shanghai Qiyao Environmental Technology Co. Ltd have signed a cooperation agreement to study the feasibility of installing carbon capture and storage units on existing ships to meet 2030 CII targets.
The algorithm underpinning Signal Ocean's estimates of vessel carbon dioxide emissions has been verified as meeting IMO guidelines by DNV.
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd has decided to install ‘Seawing’, an automatic kite system developed by AIRSEAS SAS Ltd, on two of its capesize bulkers, and has now signed the contract for the purchase of three additional ‘Seawing’ units with AIRSEAS.
Berge Bulk has signed agreements with Anemoi Marine Technologies Ltd to supply and fit two vessels in their dry bulk fleet with Anemoi Rotor Sails.
NYK signed a business alliance agreement with Nakashima Propeller Co., Ltd and Fluid Techno Co., Ltd to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from existing vessels by installing energy-saving devices on approximately 50 dry bulk carriers over the next three years.
The Port of Rotterdam Authority has welcomed the Parliament’s position on the revision of the EU Emissions Trading System, including the extension of the ETS to maritime transport.