Interview with Bureau Veritas: US LNG permitting freeze could unleash upsurge in renewables and hydrogen

February 19, 2024

Via: Offshore Energy

As nations around the globe continue to grapple with the effects of climate change, the enormous appetite for oil and natural gas is locking horns with the ever-increasing desire to transition away from fossil fuels and move to low-carbon and […]

Travel & Public Transit

Transforming transit for a greener tomorrow

June 20, 2023

Via: Intelligent Transport

Every week, more than one million people use King County Metro‘s buses, on-demand services, paratransit vans, water taxis and other modes to get to where they need to go. Metro serves 37 cities in Washington state, including Seattle, and a […]


SAL Heavy Lift orders carbon-neutral heavy lift project fleet

September 7, 2022

Via: Offshore Energy

SAL Heavy Lift is working with its joint venture partner, Dutch company Jumbo Shipping, on this joint newbuilding programme called Orca Class. Scheduled for delivery starting in mid-year 2024, the first two ships will be exclusively involved in the transportation […]


Maersk, Port of Aberdeen to explore building offshore vessel charging hub

August 18, 2022

Via: Offshore Energy

Maersk’s offshore charging company, Stillstrom, and Port of Aberdeen have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to perform a joint feasibility study into a charging hub that would use offshore wind or other renewable energy source to power vessels on […]


Transnet seeks to introduce renewable energy at its ports

August 2, 2022

Via: Offshore Energy

The Request for Information (RFI) issued at the end of July builds upon the results of an internal audit, which found that the port authority needed to stabilize its costs and energy supply and cut its greenhouse gas emissions. “The […]


Bunker Holding, Renewable Energy Group partner to advance bio-based diesel in shipping

February 21, 2022

Via: FreightWaves

Global marine fuel supplier and trader Bunker Holding and renewable fuels supplier Renewable Energy Group (REG) are partnering to “further develop the U.S. and EU marine markets for sustainable bio-based diesel,” they said Friday. The agreement aims to advance the […]


What to expect when you’re expecting electric transportation

February 25, 2020

Via: ScienceDaily

In the study led by Assistant Professor Runsen Zhang at Hiroshima University, researchers combined economic and transport models and data from 17 regions around the world to produce six scenarios for transportation into the year 2100. As many governments plan […]


The Boat Circling the Planet on Renewable Energy and Hydrogen

July 5, 2018

Via: Wired

VICTORIEN ERUSSARD, AN experienced ocean racer from the city of Saint-Malo in the north of France, was halfway through a dash across the Atlantic when he lost all power. Sails kept the boat moving, but Erussard relied on an engine […]