New LNG facility to be built in Port of Antwerp
The environment has become a significant threat to the world economy, according to the Global Risk Report by the World Economic Forum ahead of its Davos summit on 21 to 24 January 2020.
The Port of Singapore enjoyed its best year ever in 2019 as it handled a record 37.2 million TEU despite a challenging environment for global trade.
Chinese ships found using non-compliant fuels
Wärtsilä LNG solutions selected for short-sea cargo vessels
Decarbonization and the impact of climate change is set to be a top priority for the newly formed Conservative UK Government, but what does this mean for Britain’s maritime sector which is under significant pressure to cut emissions?
Ralph Lauren and Puma are among eight major companies that have pledged to not use the Arctic for commercial shipping, according to the Ocean Conservancy.
CCCC Shanghai Equipment Engineering (CCCCSEE) and ZPMC have selected Corvus Energy to supply Energy Storage Systems (ESS) for 25 new battery-hybrid Rubber Tyre Gantry (RTG) cranes.
CMA CGM and Port of Dunkirk inaugurate cold ironing system
The Port of Rotterdam has welcomed the European Commission's 'Green Deal' that was announced in December 2019 and stated that the plans bring with the rest of Europe in line with The Netherlands' environmental ambitions.
The fire that broke out on the COSCO Pacific on January 6 2020 was caused by the spontaneous combustion of a lithium ion battery, according to widely reported update from the Chinese carrier.
Plans to build a new container port on the Northern Sea Route (NSR) could be reviewed after the University of Iceland's Institute of Finance and Economic Studies published a report cast doubt on the project's commercial viability.