Fincantieri and Enel Green Power to develop hydrogen solutions for maritime transport

The companies have signed an agreement to implement green hydrogen to help decarbonise the sector

Carnival sets course for carbon-neutrality by 2050

The cruise line has set new sustainability goals, including a goal to build zero-emission ships by 2050

New £20m fund launched to drive green maritime innovation

The fund will be used to help develop prototype ships and port infrastructure that could then be brought to market, helping the UK on its journey towards a net zero future

LNG as a shipping fuel ‘may have no real-world climate benefits’

A new analysis from the International Council on Clean Transportation suggests leakage and incomplete combustion may make LNG’s actual climate footprint higher than heavy fuel oil, very low sulfur fuel oil and marine gas oil

Wärtsilä selected to supply LNG equipment for three new vessels

The short-sea roll-on, lift-off vessels will be operated by Finnish Bore Ltd

‘More than $1 trillion will be needed for shipping sector to hit 2050 targets’

A new report from University Maritime Advisory Services, conducted on behalf of the non-profit Getting to Zero Coalition, suggests reaching full decarbonisation by 2050 could cost as much as $1.9 trillion

Tristar adds LNG powered tanker to shipping fleet

The Tristar Ruby will be the first LNG ship to be added to the firm’s fleet of 30 ocean-going tankers

UK backs underwater engineering hub in Aberdeen

Seizing the opportunities in the blue economy is expected to help the oil and gas sector to diversify and support the move towards clean growth

Competition to cut shipping’s carbon emissions sets off from port

Cargill aims to find and scale new technologies capable of reducing a ship’s greenhouse gas emissions by 10%

EU and Dutch banks invest €300m on green shipping

Green investments for the European shipping market is to receive a €300 million (£265.7m) boost. Dutch bank ING and the European Investment Bank (EIB) are each providing €150 million (£132m) for projects with a “green innovation element” covering the construction of new vessels or retrofitting of existing ones. It applies to both inland shipping and […]