Shipping

Opinion: Dam, that’s a lot of men

Port Evolution, headed up by James Sutcliffe, made a name for itself back in 2007 after it oversaw the development…

Opinion: Shipping industry to IMO – No. More. Excuses.

At COP27, industry actors from a major, carbon-intensive sector very publicly stepped up their commitments to decarbonise. Private sector leaders…

Can electric boats decarbonise shipping?

 Much like the electric car, the electric boat or ship is not a new invention. After becoming available during the…

Hydrogen will miss the mark – study

Based on hydrogen’s current and forecasted uptake, it will have a 0.5% slice of the global energy mix in 2030…

Greening deliveries isn’t just about the trucks

The pandemic changed many aspects of our lives, one of them being the way we shop, leading to a boom…

Maersk: turning around an emissions super-tanker

Maersk is serious about tackling climate change. Earlier this year, the shipping giant announced it will bring forward its target…

Green hydrogen imports could bolster EU energy security

The EU can wean itself off fossil fuel imports and realise its climate objectives by focusing on developing a renewables-produced…

EU carbon price for ships exempts 25 million tonnes of CO2

More than 25 million tonnes of CO2 – equivalent to the total CO2 emissions of Denmark – could be exempt…

Emissions at sea: Are new fuels the key?

Aviation may get a lot of attention when it comes to the battle against climate change, but the way we…

Countries launch green shipping corridors at COP26

A declaration pledging to create specific zero-emission shipping routes – channels that are decarbonised from end to end, including all…