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SAAM Towage’s first electric tugs visit Canada

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The first electric tugs of the SAAM Towage’s fleet, built by SANMAR Shipyards, have reached the Port of Vancouver in Canada. SAAM Towage The tugs were purchased as part of an agreement between SAAM Towage, Teck and Neptune, as part of their strategy to acquire vessels that would have high

PowerCell joins new EU project to develop marine fuel cells

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Swedish hydrogen fuel cell provider PowerCell has joined H2Marine, an EU project aimed at developing innovative hydrogen solutions with a focus on developing and testing fuel cells specifically for marine applications. Illustration only. Image by Navingo The project entails a comprehensive process of design, development, testing, and distribution of PEM

Viking Line launches ‘green sea conferences’ to cut emissions by 90%

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Finnish shipping company Viking Line has launched green sea conferences, a new biofuel-based sustainable initiative offered on the company’s two climate-smart vessels. Viking Line The sustainability innovation reduces greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from a conference trip by an average of 90%, according to the company. Each year about 600,000 passengers

Cedar LNG FID postponed for mid-2024

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Cedar LNG, a partnership between the Haisla Nation and Canadian energy infrastructure company Pembina Pipeline, has revealed that a final investment decision (FID) for the Cedar LNG project has been put off until the middle of 2024 despite numerous achievements. Illustration; Archive; Courtesy of Cedar LNG Cedar LNG said that

Topsoe’s ammonia technology picked for new hydrogen project in South Korea

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Danish technology company Topsoe has signed an engineering agreement with the South Korean industrial supplier of hydrogen Approtium to convert low-carbon ammonia into hydrogen using its H2RETAKE technology. Specifically, Topsoe said the company will deliver its technology to Approtium’s project in Ulsan, South Korea, where the latter plans to build

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