A marine scrubber unit

Scrubber technology has drawn its fair share of criticism, but remains part of the 2020 sulphur cap debate. 

Maran Hermione

Sembcorp Marine secures Maran Tankers contract for installing marine scrubbers and ballast water management systems on 13 vessels.


Olympic Legend, one of the crude oil tankers in the Onassis Group fleet

In the run-up to the 2020 crackdown on exhaust emissions, Onassis Group and Korea Line Corporation are the latest shipowners to opt for scrubbers.

Tightening regulations on dredging are often spurred by concern for the environment, but commercial bodies are stressing the importance of ensuring a science-based approach

Yokohama Port

As Typhoon Shanshan is expected to hit the eastern areas of the Pacific Ocean on 9 August, ships need to make other bunkering arrangements.

Natalie Mills, project manager for the US Army Corps of Engineers

US Army Corps of Engineers project manager Natalie Mills has been an integral part of the complex Indiana Harbor and Canal clean-up project for more than a decade

Junichiro Ikeda, MOL president

MOL joins NYK Line and Evergreen to issue green bonds to finance its businesses that promote clean energy.

STX O&S shipyard

KRS and STX O&S agree a joint development project as the South Korean government pledges financial assitance for shipbuilders and owners to construct LNG-fuelled vessels.