Dry ice method could offset ship CO2

A consortium of global companies is positing dry ice as a long-lasting carbon-capture solution for ship carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, allowing vessels to burn conventional hydrocarbon fuels while at sea. The solution comprises a sequence […]

PIANC publishes climate change guide for ports

The World Association for Waterborne Transport Infrastructure (PIANC) has published a new document detailing how ports can prepare assets for a changing climate. The aim of the guidance, titled Climate change adaption planning for ports and […]

‘No single solution’ to meet 2050 target

The make-up of the global shipping fleet will need to include around 30-40% carbon neutral vessels in order to meet the 2050 emission reductions imposed by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). That was the prediction […]

Winds close down Port of Cape Town

Gale force winds, with an average speed of 60–70 km/h and gusting up to 100 km/h, have effectively shut down operations at the Port of Cape Town since last Thursday, 16 January 2020. Only inbound […]