Government funds green maritime transport with £12m

R&D projects devoted to zero-emission tech will receive the investment

Norwegian Cruise Line commits to net zero by 2050

It is looking to achieve this through reducing carbon intensity, technology investment, alternative fuels and offsetting

Boskalis retrofits offshore vessels to cut emissions

The move is projected to cut fuel consumption and carbon emissions by up to 20%

Maersk commits to net zero steel by 2050

It has joined the SteelZero initiative

Maersk sets sail towards decarbonisation with ‘landmark’ green methanol partnership

The green methanol from WasteFuel will initially be made from the conversion of municipal waste in South America

UK SHORE: Government launches new unit dedicated to tackle shipping emissions

It is investing £206m to accelerate research and development of clean maritime technologies and create skilled jobs across the country

Russian LNG tankers set for Kent despite ban

Unison claims two Russian vessels carrying liquified natural gas will land in Rochester this weekend

Grant Shapps bans Russian vessels from UK Ports

The Transport Secretary has stated his decision has been made to prevent the UK from funding Russia’s attack on Ukraine through imports

New partnership to offer green container shipping to help decarbonise maritime sector

Aker Clean Hydrogen and Kuehne+Nagel are joining forces for the initiative, with the first vessels with engines running on fuel alternatives such as hydrogen, ammonia and mehanol expected to hit the waters in 2024

Shipping firm CMA CGM pledges to stop transporting plastic waste

It ensures the prevention of plastic waste from being exported to destinations where sorting, recycling or recovery cannot be assured