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How Kongsberg designed a ‘super-efficient’ bulker

Norway’s Kongsberg Maritime has unveiled a design for a bulk carrier claiming to make big fuel savings as owners seek to future-proof ships

Sustainability Technology and Innovation

Unifeeder and MPC Container Ships unite on efficiency retrofits

DP World-owned Unifeeder and Oslo-based MPC Container Ships hope efficiency retrofits will cut emissions by more than 10%

Sustainability Containers

Industry complexities fuelling accelerating shipmanagement growth, says V.Group

Scale is only interesting if you can get something out of it, argues V.Group chief executive Rene Kofod-Olsen, but with new ownership comes boosted financial firepower and an accelerated growth strategy

Sustainability Ship Management

Japan’s Tsuneishi Shipbuilding targets hard sail commercialisation in 2027

MOL has a similar wind-assisted propulsion system Wind Challenger, aiming at 80 vessels by 2035

Sustainability Technology and Innovation

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Has shipping’s nuclear option reached critical mass?

There is a growing body of opinion across shipping that is routinely referring to nuclear, alongside carbon capture technology, as the only real options on the table that will allow shipping to fully decarbonise by 2050. Has the previously fringe option of nuclear-powered ships become sufficiently mainstream for the industry to consider leapfrogging ammonia and hydrogen as a more pragmatic solution?

Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast Sustainability

Should we even be making e-fuels?

Shipping will be among the last heavy industries to decarbonise, and maybe that’s okay, suggests green boss of digital shipping firm Navtor

Sustainability Fuels

Port electrification group adds members

The electrification of container handling equipment is seen as an easy win for decarbonisation. A wider membership of the group promoting it should help convince equipment manufacturers of demand

Sustainability Containers

Can artificial intelligence fix real supply chain problems?

There is a non-negligible risk that AI becomes just another buzzword in the lexicon of failed IT projects. But DP World is confident that it may deliver the goods, literally

Digitalisation Containers

‘Carbon sponge’ attracts sharks in Athens

A Los Angeles tech start-up aiming to solve onboard carbon capture’s storage problem won nods of approval from a panel of executives at the Posidonia Shark Tank — and hints of investment to come

Posidonia Sustainability

We gave the seafarers internet, and now they can’t get off it

Employers complain about seafarers not getting enough rest, not socialising on board and facing an added hardship from greater awareness of daily troubles at home

Digitalisation Sustainability

Rightship partners with ZeroNorth in GHG rating tie-up

Rightship ratings have been making headway in the shipping industry as an emission benchmark

Sustainability Technology and Innovation

Six good ideas for green shipping from Posidonia

No, there are no silver bullets or e-fuels on tap. But here are six ideas courtesy of the Baltic Risk Forum to get started

Posidonia Sustainability
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