September, 2020
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Fri18Sep
The Optimus launched on September 8 at a shipyard run by Dutch shipbuilding company Damen.
Elenger LNG Bunker Barge to Enter Service in Baltic in First Quarter of 2021
Fri18Sep
The regional approach on decarbonisation favoured by the EU is at odds with the international approach of the IMO.
Shipping Industry Drafts Former IMO Emissions Chief Hughes in Campaign Against EU GHG Regulation
Fri18Sep
The company has already received its first order, for two 2 MW dual-fuel engines to be installed on board the tugboat Hydrotug at the Port of Antwerp.
Belgian Joint Venture Launches First 1 MW Hydrogen-Powered Dual-Fuel Engine
Thu17Sep
The ferries will operate on three of the North Sea Canal routes, with the first arriving in the summer of 2021.
Amsterdam Transport Provider Orders Battery-Powered Ferries
Thu17Sep
MEPS adopt amendments that go beyond commission's proposals.
MEPs Eye Tougher Tariff For Shipping Emissions
Tue15Sep
As pandemic cuts swathes from summer passenger demand.
Brittany Ferries: More State aid Required
Tue15Sep
Boris Gronenberg aims to position the firm at the centre of the German shipping community.
KPI OceanConnect Hires New MD for Hamburg Office
Tue15Sep
A leaked draft of the European Commission's plans shows the current commitment is only to bring intra-EU voyages into the EU-ETS.
EU to Regulate Shipping's Emissions Only Within European Waters at First
Mon14Sep
LBG and LNG 'interchangeable' in terms of delivery infrastructure, company says.
Powerzeek Adds Biogas to Gas Bunkers Platform
Mon14Sep
NGO says action not words required to reduce emissions.
Cruise Firms 'Must do More', Says Environmentalist