Containership Charter Market Could See New Spike as Ships Slow Down for New Emissions Regulations

By Mike Wackett (The Loadstar) – The containership charter market could see a new spike this year, as liner operators look to redesign their networks to compensate for ships reducing speed…

By Mike Wackett (The Loadstar) – The containership charter market could see a new spike this year, as liner operators look to redesign their networks to compensate for ships reducing speed...

Singapore and Rotterdam to Establish ‘World’s Longest’ Green Shipping Corridor

The port authorities at the ports of Singapore and Rotterdam, two of the largest bunkering ports in the world, have partnered up to launch what they claim will be the…

The port authorities at the ports of Singapore and Rotterdam, two of the largest bunkering ports in the world, have partnered up to launch what they claim will be the...

Decarbonization Threatens To Strip-Mine Ocean Seabeds

By Todd Woody (Bloomberg) As battery makers scramble to procure cobalt, nickel, and other metals to meet rising consumer demand for electric cars, governmental opposition to strip-mining the seabed for…

By Todd Woody (Bloomberg) As battery makers scramble to procure cobalt, nickel, and other metals to meet rising consumer demand for electric cars, governmental opposition to strip-mining the seabed for...

Wind, Solar And Pipelines All Fail Germany

By Rachel Morison (Bloomberg) Short-term German power prices more than doubled as calm weather and the expected halt of gas flows on the Nord Stream pipeline crimped supplies. Power for…

By Rachel Morison (Bloomberg) Short-term German power prices more than doubled as calm weather and the expected halt of gas flows on the Nord Stream pipeline crimped supplies. Power for...

Pacific Maritime Security: Does Climate Policy Matter?

by Wesley Morgan (TheConversation) Prime minister Anthony Albanese is hoping his government’s more ambitious climate policy will help reset Pacific relations when he meets with island leaders next week. Hosted…

by Wesley Morgan (TheConversation) Prime minister Anthony Albanese is hoping his government’s more ambitious climate policy will help reset Pacific relations when he meets with island leaders next week. Hosted...

Maersk Quits The International Chamber of Shipping

by Nikolaj Skydsgaard (Reuters) A.P. Moller-Maersk has withdrawn its board member from industry organisation International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), partly over the trade association’s stance on climate change, according to…

by Nikolaj Skydsgaard (Reuters) A.P. Moller-Maersk has withdrawn its board member from industry organisation International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), partly over the trade association’s stance on climate change, according to...

Boomers Are To Blame For Shipping’s Woes

Rough waters are ahead for shipping, globalization, and logistics but are boomers to blame for our woes? John Konrad says yes. by John Konrad (gCaptain) Shipping stocks are collapsing as…

Rough waters are ahead for shipping, globalization, and logistics but are boomers to blame for our woes? John Konrad says yes. by John Konrad (gCaptain) Shipping stocks are collapsing as...

Sembcorp Marine Delivers Second Zero-Emission Battery-Powered Ferry to Norled

Singapore-based Sembcorp Marine has delivered its second of three battery-operated roll-on/roll-off (RoPax) passenger ferries to Norwegian ferry operator Norled. The zero-emission vessel, based on a proprietary design developed by Sembcorp…

Singapore-based Sembcorp Marine has delivered its second of three battery-operated roll-on/roll-off (RoPax) passenger ferries to Norwegian ferry operator Norled. The zero-emission vessel, based on a proprietary design developed by Sembcorp...

Back to the Future? Cargo Giant Cargill Turns to Wind to Cut Carbon

By Jonathan Saul LONDON, July 1 (Reuters) – In a new take on ancient technology, Cargill, one of the world’s biggest charterers of ships, is to add state-of-the art sails to a…

By Jonathan Saul LONDON, July 1 (Reuters) – In a new take on ancient technology, Cargill, one of the world’s biggest charterers of ships, is to add state-of-the art sails to a...

Berge Bulk Newcastlemax to Be Fitted with ‘WindWings’ Sails

A newcastlemax bulk carrier belonging to Singapore-based Berge Bulk will be fitted with four WindWings sails in the second quarter of 2023. The WindWings technology is offered by BAR Technologies…

A newcastlemax bulk carrier belonging to Singapore-based Berge Bulk will be fitted with four WindWings sails in the second quarter of 2023. The WindWings technology is offered by BAR Technologies...