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Euroseas orders LNG-ready feeder ship trio

Greek ship owner and operator Euroseas has ordered three 1,800 TEU liquefied natural gas- (LNG) ready feeder containerships in South Korea. On 21 March, Euroseas said it signed a contract for the c...

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U.S. start-up developing battery-swapping electric cargo ships

New Orleans-based start-up is working to develop a fleet of smaller, more efficient, electric-powered ships to help decarbonise the shipping industry that is responsible for about 3% of all carbon emi...

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Nippon Paint Marine antifouling for Evergreen’s 24,000 TEU boxships

Ever Alot, believed to be the world’s largest containership by TEU-carrying capacity, has floated out with Nippon Paint Marine antifouling and anti-corrosion systems protecting the vessel’s 400-me...

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Samsung Heavy constructing 4 new LNGCs with GTT tank design

Korean shipyard Samsung Heavy Industries has ordered the tank design for four new LNG carriers from the French LNG containment specialist GTT. GTT said in a statement it will design the tanks of th...

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Maersk, CMA CGM to help Electrolux decarbonize its sea transport

Swedish home appliance manufacturer Electrolux has partnered with container shipping companies Maersk and CMA CGM to use biofuel based on waste oils and liquefied natural gas (LNG) to cut its sea tran...

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Fortescue buys MMA Offshore’s PSV to convert it to green ammonia

Australia-based MMA Offshore has completed the sale of the platform supply vessel (PSV) MMA Leveque, set to be converted to run on green ammonia, to a subsidiary of compatriot Fortescue Future Industr...

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JR Shipping opts for Value Maritime filter and carbon capture system

Dutch maritime technology company Value Maritime has been contracted by compatriot shipping company JR Shipping to install a filter and carbon capture system on the container feeder vessel MV Energy....

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Port of Zeebrugge becomes newest SEA-LNG member

The Port of Zeebrugge, regarded as Belgium’s most important LNG hub, has joined SEA-LNG, the multi-sector industry coalition established to demonstrate LNG’s benefits as a viable marine fuel. ...

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Study: Green shore power has potential to cut emissions in ports by 90%

Green shore power could reduce emissions in ports by more than 90%, as well as minimise noise and air pollution levels, a new feasibility study released by Scotland’s Aberdeen Harbour shows. The ...

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