The marine industry has a great opportunity to reduce its carbon footprint. Developing and growing economies, as well as developing countries, can benefit from the unique commercial and development prospects it provides. According to the World Bank, developing countries with abundant renewable
Paris-La Défense, France – January 19th, 2022: Bureau Veritas (BV), a world leader in testing, inspection and certification, has been selected to undertake the project certification of Erebus, the first offshore windfarm in the Celtic Sea, in Wales (UK) and one of the largest floating offshore wind projects in the world. Located 44km from the […]
The technology group Wärtsilä will supply the main and harbour engines for a series of seven new Arctic Shuttle Tanker vessels being built at the Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) yard in South Korea. The order, which is valued at more than EUR 100 million, was placed with Wärtsilä in December 2021. The vessels will each […]
Colombo, Sri Lanka, 02 November 2021 – In-water hull cleaning specialist HullWiper Ltd has formed a partnership with leading underwater and related services company World Subsea Services Pvt Ltd to bring sustainable and affordable hull cleaning solutions to vessels calling at the Port of Colombo in Sri Lanka. Strategically located in the Indian Ocean, Colombo Port […]
Zero-emission fuels and vessels must start being deployed at scale over the next decade to achieve full decarbonization of the shipping sector by 2050. Scaling the first pilots and demonstrations into industry-wide solutions will be challenging, given the complex nature of the global shipping industry. Produced for the Getting to Zero Coalition, the new study […]
With the introduction of the new Alfa Laval PlusClean® cleaning nozzle, Alfa Laval’s broad tank cleaning portfolio is set to take a giant leap forward. The PlusClean delivers unprecedented 100% tank cleaning coverage, up to 80% savings in water and cleaning media costs, and no product contamination. Paired with a topmounted tank cleaning device and […]
Zero-emission fuels and vessels will need to start being deployed at scale over the next decade to achieve full decarbonisation of the shipping sector by 2050. The piloting and demonstration of decarbonisation technologies has already begun; however, scaling these initial efforts into industry-wide solutions will be challenging, given the heterogeneous and complex nature
Climate threats and IHM-approaches – anything in common? One technically challenging, the other bureaucratic, both becoming part of daily business. Majority of global fleet is affected and meeting the targets sounds good, but proper solutions are required, better sooner than later! Solving such challenges and seeing it as a competitive factor requires some insight from
Transitioning to low-carbon fuels will be essential to secure the long-term future of the industry and meet International Maritime Organisation (IMO) emissions reduction targets for 2030 and 2050, but still-developing technologies and the long lifetime of existing vessels makes this an even bigger challenge.
The event will take place in the center of shipbuilding and sub-industry in VIAPORT Marina Tuzla.