Drawing new battle lines in the fog

IMO and EU may want the same thing, but they are not the only ones with differing opinions on the road to carbon reduction in shipping THER...

Finding the golden link

After nearly a decade, blockchain is being taken seriously. But what is it and will it solve any of shipping's problems? The shipping indus...

Cold sailing

Tourism tours through the thinning Arctic ice are growing in popularity. This summer Crystal Serenity will sail once again, with about 1700...

Wrong data turned right

Even when data is wrong, it is still right. Data today can be, and needs to be, manipulated according to Finnish data company Eniram, which...

See ohh too much

In an odd twist of international policy, China seems to be beating the green drum while the US turns its back. Is this good news? China, th...

Can a Mediterranean ECA be agreed?

LAST month a group of five non-government organisations, aka green lobby groups, came together to form an alliance to push for an emission ...

Six ways start ups disrupt shipping

THERE are six key approaches that start-up companies will take to totally disrupt shipping according to David Rowan, editor-at-large at the...

Shiptech 101, Part 1: Clean air

PRESSURE on the maritime industry to reduce its emissions and take a more sustainable approach to operations has warranted an increase in...

Insight: Wärtsilä’s big gamble

FINNISH engineering firm Wärtsilä has potentially taken the trend for outsourced engine maintenance contracts to a new level with the rece...