The Port of Riga has begun servicing LNG-powered container vessels with the arrival of Containerships Polar, one of the world's first LNG-fuelled vessels.
BHP has floated a bulk carrier tender for LNG-fuelled vessels to transport its iron ore, cutting greenhouse gas emissions across its operations.
The UK Government has announced that new ships ordered from 2025 must have zero-emission technologies if they are to be used on British waters.
Japan Marine United Corporation (JMU) is to build a next-generation energy-saving bulk carrier for Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK).
Citi, Societe Generale and DNB are among the 11 global shipping banks that have agreed to lend to freight companies based on their carbon footprint in order to help protect...
Japan-based classification society ClassNK has issued guidelines for ships using methyl, ethyl alcohol, and LPG low-flashpoint fuels to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases.
Norway-based DOF has teamed up with Kongsberg Maritime, SINTEF Ocean, and Norwegian Research Centre (NORCE) to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) powered decision support system (DSS) for offshore vessel operations.
Japan, India and Sri Lanka are reportedly planning to develop the Port of Colombo as part of their strategy to tap the trade opportunities offered by the Indian Ocean.
A report released by shipping and maritime law firm HFW has revealed that London remains the epicentre of the global maritime arbitration market despite numerous suggestions that Brexit will adversely...
The Clean Arctic Alliance (CAA) has urged member states of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to cut the impact of black carbon emissions from global shipping on the Arctic environment.