New paper argues there is no evidence to prove costs related to carbon capture and storage fell in the last 40 years, making it financially unviable to rely on CCS for decarbonisation throughout the economy
MAN Energy Solutions expects e-ammonia to be the most cost effective solution for shipping to cut emissions, with the company aiming to deliver its first ammonia-powered engine late next year
The world’s leading classification societies are fundamental to the decarbonisation and digitalisation of shipping. The year 2023 has seen a flow of communications from class regarding approvals in principles for new carbon-reduction technology and concept designs for alternative fuel vessels — even including the once-derided nuclear power. Meanwhile, LR’s Nick Brown steps down from two-and-half years as chairman of the International Association of Classification Societies, to be replaced by Rina’s Roberto Cazzulo in January 2024
Japan and China also have plans for autonomous vessels with test voyages underway
Inconceivable volumes of carbon capture and storage would be needed to align with 1.5°C policy targets, IEA argues
Japanese company says the system can navigate routes and steer to avoid collisions
Ports can mitigate a repeat of their pandemic gridlock by adopting the right port community system
The vessel can cut operational costs by up to 50% compared with conventional vessels when factoring in energy efficiency and lower maintenance costs
After burning through $48m of Microsoft funding, the innovative AI platform developed by New York tech firm Nautilus Labs has been bought out by Danish technology provider Danelec
The chairman made a plea for openness and collaboration in the shipping industry
Marine conservation NGO Okeanos supports a 3 decibel per decade reduction target for underwater noise, while worst-case scenario in the new study suggests ambient noise levels could increase by up to 2.6 decibels by the year 2050
The Finnish engine designer plans to sign its first commercial contract to sell its ammonia engine in early 2024 with Norway-based Viridis
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