Future Fuels – Page 8

  • Maritime Partners' methanol-fuelled tug will be available for charter in 2023 (Blue Comms)
    News

    World’s first methanol tug on its way

    2022-02-28T10:28:00Z

    Maritime Partners announces the world’s first methanol-fuelled towboat

  • The Isle of Man is rewarding greener ships with reduced registration fees
    News

    Rewarding green ships

    2022-02-14T13:37:00Z

    The Isle of Man Ship Registry is introducing reduced fees for ‘green’ ships

  • The latest Silenseas mast was built in sections using a standardized production process
    News

    Carbon prepregs for Silenseas mast

    2022-01-12T12:49:00Z

    Composites company Hexcel, has announced the successful completion of a 34m HexPly carbon fibre prepreg mast for the evaluation stage of a commercial sail power project.

  • The Oasis Power Buoy is a pioneering mooring buoy complete with electrical power supply
    News

    Plug in vessel charging at sea

    2021-11-15T10:02:00Z

    Two UK companies will work in collaboration to deliver the Oasis Power Buoy – a pioneering offshore charging buoy to allow hybrid and electric vessels to recharge at sea.

  • Dan Hook, Ocean Infinity’s Chief Technology Officer
    News

    Ammonia fuel cell system boosted by funding win

    2021-11-09T13:03:00Z

    A marine robotics company is set to develop an ammonia based fuel cell system that will power its autonomous vessels.

  • MTU fuel cell solutions celebrated their premiere at COP26
    News

    Hydrogen fuel cell future for Rolls-Royce

    2021-11-09T12:37:00Z

    Mtu fuel cell solutions celebrated their premiere at the World Climate Summit COP26.

  • Commercial Marine Network Get Set for Workboat 2050 Series 2 Session 2
    News - Videos

    Real-world commercial marine decarbonisation

    2021-11-05T15:15:00Z

    Commercial marine industry thought leaders met at COP26 to discuss how decarbonisation can be brought in by vessel operators, and how it’s already happening today.

  • GPE Italdraghe-Torqeedo system
    News

    Electric drive system for azimuth thrusters

    2021-11-02T11:59:00Z

    On display at Europort this year, Torqeedo and Italdraghe have jointly developed an outboard, retractable electric propulsion system for commercial vessels in inland and urban waterways.

  • WISAMO Photo: IWSA
    News

    IWSA backs project

    2021-10-26T16:15:00Z

    A company with an innovative wind propulsion solution that has big decarbonisation potential has joined the International Windship Association (IWSA).

  • IainPercyPhoto2
    News

    Real world decarbonisation

    2021-10-14T19:13:00Z

    Real examples of reducing fleet emissions will be offered at Session 2 of Get Set for Workboat 2050, series 2.

  • composites
    News

    Lightweight sterngear for a greener planet

    2021-10-12T10:22:00Z

    A UK marine propulsion specialist company is partnering with the National Composites Centre to design lighter, more sustainable propulsion systems.

  • 'Borgoy' was the world's first LNG-powered escort tug (Sanmar)
    News

    ETA reflects on hybrid and LNG tug operations

    2021-04-29T12:48:00Z

    During its first webinar of 2021, the European Tugowners Association (ETA) has reflected on the impacts of green technologies in the towage sector.

  • The LNG terminal will be located in Pori, Finland
    News

    LNG first for Finland

    2015-09-25T11:05:00Z

    The European Commission has committed €23m in funding to build a small scale LNG terminal at Pori on Finland’s west coast – the first of its kind in the country.

  • 'Chartwell' will carry out geophysical, geotechnical and environmental surveying
    News

    Bibby to help improve UK LNG network

    2015-08-25T11:53:00Z

    Bibby HydroMap is carrying out survey operations on Port Meridian Energy’s proposed LNG project off Morecambe Bay to help improve the UK''s LNG network.

  • Truck to ship bunkering has been taking place at Antwerp since 2012
    News

    Antwerp moves towards permanent LNG station

    2014-07-30T14:01:00Z

    Antwerp Port Authority is continuing its focus on LNG with the aim of setting up a permanent bunkering station at the port by the beginning of 2016.

  • The tug will be Asia's first LNG-powered tug
    News

    First LNG tug for Asia

    2014-03-31T09:51:00Z

    Rolls-Royce is to power Asia’s first LNG-powered tug, marking what it calls a “new era” for tug boat propulsion.

  • Antwerp – a forerunner in the development of LNG bunkering at ports
    News

    Antwerp procedures for LNG bunkering

    2014-03-13T17:58:00Z

    The Port of Antwerp has published its own specific procedures this month for LNG bunkering to enable the process to be carried out as safely as possible.

  • Brittany Ferries’ new LNG-fuelled ro-pax ordered from STX France
    News

    Ferry fleet to switch to gas fuel

    2014-03-12T17:23:00Z

    Bureau Veritas has announced a significant contract to class a fleet of LNG-fuelled ro-pax vessels, including three conversions and one newbuild.

  • The new vessel will be the 'world's first' LNG icebreaker. Photo: Aker Arctic
    News

    New LNG icebreaker for Finland

    2014-02-19T16:25:00Z

    The Finnish Transport Agency (FTA) is updating its icebreaking capacity with a new basic icebreaker - the ''world''s first'' to be powered by LNG - to be built by Arctech Helsinki Shipyard.

  • The new ferries will have electric power transmission with one LNG-driven genset and one diesel genset for back-up
    News

    New LNG ferries for Norway

    2014-02-17T12:38:00Z

    Fiskerstrand Verft AS is to build two new LNG ferries of MM 55 FC LNG type for Boreal Transport Nord AS.