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Conserving Water

Tips for Conserving Water and Reducing Water Waste

Water is no doubt one of the most valuable natural resources. Unfortunately, this precious resource is also one of the most abused and misused ones.

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fight climate change

Supporting Your Local Economy to Fight Climate Change

Climate change is one of the greatest challenges that we face today. Global issues such as deforestation, extreme weather events, rising sea levels, etc. are all results of climate change and global warming.

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With Zero Barnacle Growth After 63 Months in Major Biofouling Hotspots, Tanker Vessel M/T Calypso Validates Selektope® Antifouling Ability

Performance analysis of M/T Calypso, the first vessel coated with a 60-month paint system containing Selektope®, demonstrated average speed loss of just -0.5% during the service period

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Renewable Energy

Using Renewable Energy to Power the Ships

While other modes of transportation are quickly making their way to go green, naval transport is yet to introduce sustainability. That said, many projects around the world are being developed to make ships greener and help cut down on the carbon footprint they leave behind.

No Comments / 30th June 2021

Environmentally Conscious

How Anyone Environmentally Conscious Can Help Clean Up the Sea

Without a thriving marine ecosystem, we face more dangers from climate change. Fortunately, there are efforts to keep the oceans clean. And as an environmentally conscious individual, you can also protect the health of the sea.

No Comments / 30th June 2021

Hull Cleaning

Fleet Cleaner Demonstrates ATEX Certified Technology for Hull Cleaning of Tankers During Cargo Ops at Vopak Terminals in Rotterdam

The ATEX certified system has been operational since the beginning of 2021, with the first successful demonstration at the Vopak Europoort terminal in the Port of Rotterdam.

Comments Off on Fleet Cleaner Demonstrates ATEX Certified Technology for Hull Cleaning of Tankers During Cargo Ops at Vopak Terminals in Rotterdam / 23rd June 2021

BV Solutions Marine

Boost aseptic process efficiency with enhanced diaphragm valves – now 25% more compact

Big aseptic performance, smaller Unique DV-ST UltraPure diaphragm valves. The all-new, extended range of Alfa Laval Unique DV-ST UltraPure diaphragm valves makes high-performance aseptic processing easier than ever. Fully customizable, the enhanced, ATEX-compliant range comes with slimmer stainless-steel actuators and…

No Comments / 20th May 2021

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Crew performs remote sensor installation supported by Hoppe Marine for Diamond Bulk Carriers and Mitsubishi Ore Transport to access Nautilus Platform for fleet optimization during COVID-19

Diamond Bulk Carriers Pte. Ltd. and Mitsubishi Ore Transport Co., Ltd commenced a partnership with Nautilus Labs and Hoppe Marine GmbH with the goal of maximizing vessel and voyage profits while reducing their carbon footprint. (New York / Hamburg /…

No Comments / 20th May 2021

Ardmore Shipping chooses Lean Marine’s FuelOpt to enhance fleet efficiency

Successful performance of Lean Marine’s FuelOpt™ on the Ardmore Sealion prompts Ardmore Shipping to equip the balance of its fleet with propulsion optimization technology to improve overall fleet efficiency GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN, MAY 18, 2021: Swedish propulsion optimization experts Lean Marine…

No Comments / 18th May 2021

Innovative 2,500 TEU Container Vessel “Trade Wings 2,500” from VPLP Design, Alwena Shipping, SDARI and AYRO receives Approval in Principle from Bureau Veritas

Paris La Défense, 17 May 2021 – The “Trade Wings 2,500”, an innovative container ship with a capacity of 2,500 TEU (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Unit), designed jointly by VPLP Design, Alwena Shipping, SDARI, and AYRO has received Approval in Principle from Bureau Veritas. With an…

No Comments / 17th May 2021



New-build bulker utilises wind propulsion to maximise reduction of carbon emissions by up to 3,400 tons of CO2 per year. HELSINKI – 13 May 2021: Norsepower Oy Ltd., the leading global provider of auxiliary wind propulsion systems, today announced the installation of five…

No Comments / 14th May 2021


Wärtsilä Cargo Handling and Fuel Supply Systems again selected for Oriental Energy vessels

Wärtsilä Corporation, Press release, 12 May 2021 at 10:00 AM EEST The technology group Wärtsilä will supply the Cargo Handling and LPG Fuel Supply Systems for two new very large gas carrier vessels (VLGC) being built for China-based Oriental Energy, a company mainly…

No Comments / 12th May 2021


ZeroNorth and Monjasa partner to power Optimise with bunker market data

New data partnership makes Monjasa’s bunker price and key port availability information accessible in ZeroNorth’s vessel optimisation platform. Copenhagen, Denmark; 11 May 2021: Maritime technology company ZeroNorth and global oil and shipping group Monjasa have today announced a new data…

No Comments / 11th May 2021

Puget LNG and GAC Bunker Fuels join forces to supply LNG marine fuel by barge from the Port of Tacoma

Tacoma, Washington (04 May 2021) – Puget LNG, LLC (‘Puget LNG’) and GAC Bunker Fuels Limited (‘GAC Bunker Fuels’) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate in the supply and sale of clean-burning LNG marine fuel from Puget LNG’s terminal…

No Comments / 4th May 2021

Ocean Acidification

Ocean Acidification: Why it’s Dangerous for the Ocean and Sea Life

With forests being replaced by buildings and housing projects, carbon dioxide concentrations have also increased rapidly over the years. These have resulted to different incidents including a decrease in the ocean’s pH units.

No Comments / 31st December 2020


Overfishing: Why It’s Time To Tackle It Now Before It’s Too Late

Overfishing has been a growing problem around the world for years now and it happens when too much fish is caught at once that it’s hard for the breeding population to replenish its stocks.

No Comments / 23rd December 2020