The Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) has forged stronger links with the shipping sector to accelerate green energy transitions.
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The ambitious development of the UAE National Rail Network or Etihad Railway has reached a milestone with the connection of what is set to be the nation’s largest inland freight terminal, based at the Industrial City of Abu Dhabi (ICAD).
The International Chamber of Shipping warns shipowners how they report their Carbon Intensity Indicator will have a big impact on future efforts to improve the measure
LNG tonne-mile demand may suffer from Argentina’s plans to become more energy independent by exploiting its vast shale reserves.
International Chamber of Shipping proposes global CO2 reduction fund to reward ‘first movers’ using low emission fuels
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), which represents 80% of the world’s merchant fleet, has announced proposals to accelerate the maritime sector’s transition to net zero by financially rewarding ships and energy producers that invest in low/net zero emission fuels.
The Black Sea Grain Initiative has moved rocketing volumes of cargo but faces ship inspection challenges and has been unable to solve the trapped seafarer crisis.
The World Bank and the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) have formulated a joint action plan aimed at improving global port infrastructure to better serve maritime operators and other stakeholders.
National associations and shipping companies have been implementing the use of mitigation measures to reduce the risk of harm to endangered whale species.