2022 September 29
Mexican President Announces Multi-Billion Dollar LNG Hub
The Mexican government plans to build an LNG export hub in the Gulf Coast state of Veracruz to help send LNG to the European market...
Wind-powered cargo capacity surpasses 1 mln dwt milestone
Currently, twenty-one large commercial vessels have wind propulsion systems installed onboard...
Flip the script: Shipping’s approach to novel technology
...according to the International Energy Agency, maritime’s research and development spending between 2007-2019 has remained stagnant, lagging far behind other sectors...
2022 September 27
New York now the busiest shipping port in the US, leapfrogging California
The shift comes as global shipping companies have increasingly been diverting goods to the East Coast on concerns that the California ports could be shut down...
Russia’s Sovcomflot marks 1st ever LNG bunkering in country’s history
Russia’s largest shipping company PAO Sovcomflot and compatriot oil company PAO Gazprom Neft have carried out the first-ever bunkering of a marine vessel with liquified natural gas in the history of the country’s transport industry...
Fears of sabotage as gas leaks into Baltic from Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines
Denmark says it has found a leak in the Nord Stream 2 pipeline in Swedish waters and two leaks in the Nord Stream 1 line...
2022 September 23
South Korean shipyards dominate global green-ship market
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., one of South Korea's three major shipyards, has won orders for 34 ships this year...
SIPG splashing out $7.3bn to develop new Yangshan container terminal
Shanghai International Port Group (SIPG) has announced it is to invest up to RMB51.3bn ($7.3bn) in constructing container terminal and supporting projects at Xiaoyangshan...
Work Begins to Upgrade Germany’s Lubmin Port for FSRU Operations
German FSRU operations Lubmin Deutsche ReGas started upgrades for the LNG operations expexted to start on December 1...
US’s Top Ports Face Calls to Go Green After ‘Unmitigated Growth’
...the US’s busiest port complex is facing calls to lower its carbon footprint from Southern California communities plagued by the health and environmental impacts...
2022 September 21
The shipping sector’s costly affair with LNG as a marine fuel
The world’s rapidly growing fleet of ships that can run on liquefied natural gas (LNG), are at risk of financial losses of $850bn by 2030...
Ports can accelerate zero-emission ocean shipping transition, new report shows
Ports need to accelerate action in the race to a zero-emission ocean shipping future...
2022 September 27
Redirection of coal exports requires revision of logistic chains in the country. In the current situation, ports compete for the capacity of railways striving to continue shipments to available markets.
Coal flows to the South