Environment

  • LNG powered ferry launched in China poised to be...

    Brittany Ferries’ new ship the Salamanca was recently launched at the CMJL shipyard in Weihai, China, where she is under construction. Powered by liquefied natural gas, the vessel, which is the second of three being built for the company, is being billed as the first LNG powered ferry for the UK market.

  • NYK enters floating LNG storage (FSRP) with Papua...

    Japan’s NYK Group announced that it will be participating in a project to develop a floating LNG storage and regasification power generation facility in Papua New Guinea. Their entry into the sector is part of the company’s goal to integrate new sustainable business activities, including FSRP projects, into its business. NYK Group has been seeking to expand the variety of services it provides throughout the energy value chain to realize the business opportunities in the changing energy demands.

  • Corvus' energy storage systems for Harvey...

    Corvus Energy, an energy storage solutions provider for the offshore energy industry, has won a contract with Wärtsilä to deliver its Energy Storage Systems (ESS) for the offshore support vessel fleet operated by U.S.-based Harvey Gulf.

  • Realizing shore power to achieve a zero emission...

    With the European Green Deal, the European Commission aims to become the first climate neutral continent by 2050. The Port of Rotterdam supports this ambition and is working towards a zero emission port in 2050. The reduction of emissions by the shipping industry is part of that ambition.

  • Stretching ‘green’ possibilities for shipping...

    In this decade, we’ll see more accelerated change in shipping fuels than we’ve seen in the last century. What does this heightened diversity mean for shipowners?

    They must be nimbler than ever – a shift that requires work. It means “greening” supply chains, bolstering energy efficiency, nurturing more partnerships, streamlining costs, and becoming adept at green finance (frequent change can be expensive to start with). All will help shipowners’ fuel portfolios adapt to the inevitable need for a greener status quo as the gpush for a lower carbon world intensifies – and maritime fuels are often caught in an unflattering spotlight.

  • Odfjell plans bond offering tied to achieving...

    Norway’s Odfjell, the parent company of the chemical tanker and terminal operator, is launching a debt financing using an innovative new bond instrument linked to the company’s ability to achieve its sustainability goals reducing the carbon intensity of its tanker operations. The innovative bond structure introduced to the capital markets in 2020 is designed to appeal to “green investors” by linking financing with encouraging companies to develop and meet sustainability goals. 

  • Is net zero oil and gas production possible?

    The UK’s offshore oil and gas industry has committed to cutting operational emissions in half by 2030 and achieving net zero production by 2050. Operators have already taken significant steps on the path to decarbonisation – but achieving these goals will take leaps forward in technology, policy and investment.

  • PLM paves the way with zero-emissions for the...

    PLM Fleet LLC dba PLM Trailer Leasing ("PLM") now offers a net-zero emission refrigerated trailer as an alternative energy fleet solution.  Through a partnership with Advanced Energy Machines, ("AEM"), the zero emission AEM Solar Tech Transportation Refrigeration Unit ("TRU") is a complete all electric solution with an industry standard operating range. 

  • Port of Tyne Clean Energy Programme cuts carbon...

    Port of Tyne has completed a detailed modelling exercise and long term analysis of its electricity network, as part of its award-winning decarbonisation and clean energy strategy. This process enables the port’s leadership to understand both current and future energy requirements in line with Tyne 2050’s ambitious net zero roadmaps for Port of Tyne to become carbon neutral by 2030 and an all-electric port by 2040.

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NYK enters floating LNG storage (FSRP) with Papua New Guinea Project

Japan’s NYK Group announced that it will be participating in a project to develop a floating LNG storage and regasification power generation facility in Papua New Guinea. Their entry into the sector is part of the company’s goal to integrate new sustainable business activities, including FSRP projects, into its business. NYK Group has been seeking to expand the variety of services it provides throughout the energy value chain to realize the business opportunities in the changing energy demands.

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LNG powered ferry launched in China poised to be first in UK market

Brittany Ferries’ new ship the Salamanca was recently launched at the CMJL shipyard in Weihai, China, where she is under construction. Powered by liquefied natural gas, the vessel, which is the second of three being built for the company, is being billed as the first LNG powered ferry for the UK market.

English

Realizing shore power to achieve a zero emission port in 2050

With the European Green Deal, the European Commission aims to become the first climate neutral continent by 2050. The Port of Rotterdam supports this ambition and is working towards a zero emission port in 2050. The reduction of emissions by the shipping industry is part of that ambition.

English

Stretching ‘green’ possibilities for shipping fuels

In this decade, we’ll see more accelerated change in shipping fuels than we’ve seen in the last century. What does this heightened diversity mean for shipowners?

They must be nimbler than ever – a shift that requires work. It means “greening” supply chains, bolstering energy efficiency, nurturing more partnerships, streamlining costs, and becoming adept at green finance (frequent change can be expensive to start with). All will help shipowners’ fuel portfolios adapt to the inevitable need for a greener status quo as the gpush for a lower carbon world intensifies – and maritime fuels are often caught in an unflattering spotlight.

English

Odfjell plans bond offering tied to achieving decarbonization goals

Norway’s Odfjell, the parent company of the chemical tanker and terminal operator, is launching a debt financing using an innovative new bond instrument linked to the company’s ability to achieve its sustainability goals reducing the carbon intensity of its tanker operations. The innovative bond structure introduced to the capital markets in 2020 is designed to appeal to “green investors” by linking financing with encouraging companies to develop and meet sustainability goals. 

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