CORE POWER announced as a Gold Sponsor of LISW23

The organisers of London International Shipping Week (LISW) are delighted to welcome CORE POWER as a Gold Sponsor of LISW2023. CORE POWER has rapidly emerged in recent years as the global frontrunner in the development of new nuclear technologies for the maritime sector. Headquartered in London, CORE POWER partners with leading international power, engineering and […]

Olympic Shipping becomes first Greek member of Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation

The Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) and Olympic Shipping and Management SA (OSM) have signed an Impact Partnership Agreement, committing to a five-year collaboration to accelerate shipping’s decarbonisation across geographies. Onassis Foundation-controlled Greek owner OSM is the first Greek ship owner and manager to come onboard GCMD as a centre-level partner. OSM’s current fleet […]

WinGD and CMB.TECH co-develop large ammonia-fuelled engine

Swiss marine power company WinGD and Belgian shipping and cleantech group CMB.TECH have signed an agreement on the development of ammonia-fuelled two-stroke engines. The companies aim to install the ammonia dual-fuel X72DF engine on a series of ten x 210,000 DWT bulk carriers to be built at a Chinese shipyard in 2025 and 2026. Under […]

The Pasha Group joins NAMEPA, with Kai Martin welcomed to Board

In a demonstration of its commitment to marine environmental stewardship, The Pasha Group has joined the North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA) as a corporate member, announced NAMEPA Chairman Joe Hughes. The Pasha Group is a privately held, diversified, family-owned shipping and logistics company with its headquarters in San Rafael, California and offices globally. […]

Addressing underwater noise from ships – draft revised guidelines agreed

Draft revised Guidelines for the reduction of underwater noise from commercial shipping to address adverse impacts on marine life have been agreed by the IMO Sub-Committee on Ship Design and Construction (SDC 9), which met 23-27 January. The draft guidelines recognize that commercial shipping is one of the main contributors to underwater radiated noise (URN) […]

PIL selects LR to support decarbonisation goals and drive fleet energy efficiency

Singapore shipping line Pacific International Lines (PIL) has engaged Lloyd’s Register fleet optimisation experts, i4 Insight, to help it reduce emissions and maximise fleet performance with a four-year fleet wide agreement. To deliver on its commitment to reduce emissions and improve fleet performance, PIL recently opened a Centre for Maritime Efficiency (CME) which is powered […]

BIO-UV group reports 31% increase in BIO-SEA sales

BIO-UV Group has reported a 31% increase in revenues from its maritime business segment, contributing to full-year consolidated revenues of €51.5m for the 2022 financial year. The Euronext Paris listed company, a specialist in water treatment and disinfection using UV, ozone, salt electrolysis and AOP, confirmed the sale of more than 200 BIO-SEA ballast water […]

Titan acquires two small scale LNG carriers for bunkering capability retrofit

The independent supplier of low and zero-emission fuels, Titan, has acquired two small scale LNG carriers – the Seapeak Unikum and Seapeak Vision – from Seapeak, the Canadian gas transportation company formerly known as Teekay LNG Partners. The vessels will be retrofitted to ensure suitable LNG bunkering capabilities, enabling them to both transport and bunker […]