Russian organisations have ordered two series of ice-class harbour tugs to modernise fleets in ports around the nation’s huge coastline
Japan’s JFE Steel has signed long-term charter deals with NYK Line, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines for three 210,000-tonnes LNG-fueled bulk carriers.
Florida-based Crowley Maritime Corporation has revealed its plans to build and operate the first all-electric harbor tug in the United States.
Switzerland-based cruise line MSC Cruises and Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri have signed a contract for the construction of a new mega cruise terminal at PortMiami, the cruise industry’s hub in North America and the Caribbean.
Celsius Shipping has returned to Samsung Heavy Industries in South Korea for three more LNG carriers.
British company Windship Technology has signed an agreement with Australian company Calix Limited to develop and incorporate Calix’s onboard carbon capture system RECAST into its whole-ship solution.
Mercy Ships has taken delivery of the world’s largest civilian hospital ship, Global Mercy. The ship was delivered to the international charity at the Tianjin Xingang shipyard in northern China, where the purpose-built hospital ship was constructed.
South Korea’s struggling shipyard STX Offshore & Shipbuilding Co. announced that it has received a series of orders for new tankers that will effectively double the yard’s orderbook and provide two years of additional work.
French shipbuilder Chantiers de l’Atlantique has cut the first steel for MSC Euribia, marking the official construction start of what MSC Cruises has described as its most environmentally-advanced ship.
The utilisation of this advanced marine technology will be a key element in EDGE Navigation’s stated goal of achieving net-zero emissions.
Kanfer Shipping AS, a Norway-based shipping company focusing on small-scale LNG and LNG bunkering, and Australia’s Oceania Marine Energy have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to build an ammonia-ready LNG bunkering vessel.
South Korean shipyards and shipowners will raise billions of dollars via new stock market listings later this year. The yards hope to capitalize on the start of a shipping “super-cycle” and a red hot stock market.
According to Japanese media reports, The move is reportedly in response to car makers wishing to reduce the CO2 footprint of their products.
US company Green Shipping Line (GSL) has teamed up with the Dutch marine vessel engineer DEKC Maritime to pursue Jones Act compliant offshore wind vessel solutions in the US.
Sedef Shipyard has handed over the 107m long and 18m beam double-ended ferry MALMEFJORD to Norwegian fjord ferry operator Boreal.
FERRYFjord1 has signed a contract with Tersan Shipyard of Turkey to build two 84m long and 16.3m double-ended ferries, each with a capacity of 248 persons, 80 cars and six trucks.
Samsung Heavy Industries said Wednesday it will partner with the Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI) to develop molten salt reactors to power ships as well as market offshore power plants.
Bunkering specialist Peninsula and Scale Gas, a subsidiary of Spanish transmission system operator Enagás, have reached an agreement for the construction and joint ownership of a 12,500 cu m liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunker vessel which will operate in the Strait of Gibraltar.
The contract will commence Q2 2023. The vessel will be used for commissioning of the 13 MW GE Renewable Energy Haliade-X turbines on the first two phases of the development, Dogger Bank A and Dogger Bank B, until completion in 2025.