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Eastern Pacific Shipping (EPS) to install three bound4blue eSAILs on Pacific Sentinel in Q4 2024
Multimarine Services Ltd and the Columbia Group sign a Memorandum of Agreement to explore wide-ranging cooperation opportunities in the energy and offshore renewables space
Seatrium has renewed its long-term Favoured Customer Contract (FCC) with GasLog LNG STASCO to provide ship repairs, refurbishment and upgrading for their LNG carriers from 2024 to 2029, with an option for further renewal.
The industry will need to accelerate investment in carbon capture technology if it is to achieve net zero by 2050. ABS, Value Maritime, Wärtsilä, ClassNK, LR and Alfa Laval are all involved in developing novel solutions to reduce carbon emissions
Gibdock extends sustainability skillset to include graphene-based fouling release coatings
KMTC Ship Management saves US$540,000 with Accelleron engine optimization software Tekomar XPERT
Pre-docking inspections provide an increasingly powerful means of ensuring a successful drydocking, according to MacGregor
Stuart Fuller, Market Liaison & Product Manager for Engine Oils in the Marine & Power division of TotalEnergies, recently spoke at the Nor-Shipping conference, providing insights and thoughts on the key drivers shaping the evolution of marine lubrication. Here, he captures some of the main points he shared with the audience of maritime professionals in Oslo.