“Lithium EV batteries pose a risk of fire for large cargo ships”

Older cargo ships are not suited to cope with chemical fires, according to a new report

Non-energy sanctions on Russia ‘already reduced oil supplies’

Initial data from the energy market shows demand for Russia’s oil ‘has evaporated’ as traders weigh up the impact of the violence and sanctions on insurance, shipping and credit

Russian LNG tankers set for Kent despite ban

Unison claims two Russian vessels carrying liquified natural gas will land in Rochester this weekend

Grant Shapps bans Russian vessels from UK Ports

The Transport Secretary has stated his decision has been made to prevent the UK from funding Russia’s attack on Ukraine through imports

Black Friday: What impact will your shop have on the environment?

A new study claims more than 380k tonnes of carbon is set to be emitted from deliveries for Black Friday shoppers next week – but are people becoming more aware of their impacts?

COP26 Live: 18 countries to create zero-emission ocean shipping corridors

The initiative will enable the creation of zero-emissions maritime routes between two or more ports

BECCS, negative emissions and the net zero business future

Countries and organisations around the world are racing towards net zero emissions targets. Major companies including Microsoft, Google, Siemens and Unilever have pledged to balance their emissions to net zero before 2050.

Government backs zero global shipping emissions target by 2050

The UK expects to see zero emission vessels put into commercial service by 2025

Green methanol-powered container vessel to set sail for clean shipping

A new plant will be built in Denmark to supply the Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller – Maersk with an estimated 10,000 tonnes of green methanol

Marico Marine wins ADMIRALTY Energy Innovation Challenge

Its solution will help to grow the offshore renewables sector by giving developers access to marine geospatial data that helps to identify the best locations for new energy infrastructure