Burned in an engine, methanol would not eliminate CO2 emissions from shipping; but by adopting it, maritime could drag more than one industry into a zero-carbon paradigm
The EU voted to include shipping in its emissions trading scheme in February; but is it settled? Indeed, there are strong cases both for and against – and some shipowners have other ideas altogether.
Could the ship of the future weigh anchor sooner than expected? We examine how recent disruptions, as well as changing attitudes could incentivize manufacturers to develop new strategies to earn their market share. This article also reveals catalysts for change and details what we can expect to see in the coming years.
With variable geometry and the ability to alter their profile after the fact, SKF Vibracon helps operators perform preventative maintenance quickly and cheaply, without replacing anything – even while still at sea
For a time, the introduction of scrubbers, as well as new low-sulfur fuels, looked like it might have been a disaster. But shipping appears to have adapted well to the new reality – promising, given the requirements of the next decades