Ports to step up efforts to decarbonise

Ports’ growth is tied to decarbonisation as they seek to reduce their own emissions and support shipping’s transition to low-sulphur and low-carbon fuels With the IMO’s 0.5% sulphur cap now in force, considerable effort is […]

Singapore promotes emission reduction in ports

Singapore is encouraging collaboration between players to help ports reduce emissions With extensive fleets of diesel-fuelled cargo-handling equipment and invariably limited berth space, ports are at the forefront of efforts by the maritime industry to […]

Jupiter 1000 and the hydrogen economy

The EUR30 million Jupiter 1000 power-to-gas project at the port of Marseille is the first industrial scale demonstrator of its type that points the way to a future green hydrogen economy Financed jointly by the […]

Lanqiao port to build LNG terminal

Lanqiao, China’s largest privately owned port, has signed an agreement with state-owned Beijing Energy Holding to invest CNY6.7 billion (USD973 million) to construction a liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving station. Owned by an eponymous corporate […]