All articles by Peter Nilson

Peter Nilson


Peter Nilson is the editor of Future Rail, Airport Industry Review, and Ship Technology Global. He was previously the editor of the Just Food and Just Drinks digital magazines. He enjoys long walks on the beach and talking about the weather.

Critical MASS: STG87 out now!

In this issue: maritime autonomous surface ships, LNG bunkering in the Middle East, maritime development in the Caspian Sea, and much more.

How AI is transforming global trade possibilities

DP World CTO Pradeep Desai dives into the ways AI and the Metaverse are creating smarter, more synchronised logistics businesses.

Greater ESG accountability is now matched by the power of digital tools

Esa Henttinen, executive VP for safety solutions at Napa, explains why the transparency underpinning the ESG era will be enabled by the latest generation of data tools.

AI is charting a new course for maritime safety 

Benjamin Neal, head of HSSEQ at P&O Maritime Logistics, explains the potential of a smart AI assistant for maritime health and safety.

Panama Canal extends restrictions due to “historically unprecedented” weather

The number of ships passing through the Panama Canal will be limited to 32 per day, with a maximum depth of 44 feet.

The route to regulating autonomous vessels

Mark Johnson, partner; Fiona Cain, counsel; and Kayley Rousell, trainee solicitor at Haynes and Boone, talk autonomous vessels regulations.

A guide to adopting clean maritime technology

David Connolly, chief technologist at Silverstream Technologies, advises how to overcome the barriers to the adoption of clean technology.

Clean technology: securing shipping’s costly fuel transition 

Hirokazu Kaji, technical director at Nippon Paint Marine, explains why clean technologies are vital to ensure the transition to future fuels.

Brenock Technology signs agreement with Virgin Voyages

Through the agreement, Virgin Voyages will utilise Brenock’s planning and port cost management tool across its fleet of four ships.

Canada introduces mandatory wastewater measures for cruise ships

The new mandatory measures for cruise ships, effective immediately, include prohibiting the discharge of greywater and treated sewage.