At COP27, the UK joins forces with the US, Norway and the Netherlands to roll out end-to-end decarbonised maritime routes.
Maersk reports a surge in its profits but warns of 'dark clouds on the horizon' due to high inflation and a looming global recession.
Seafarer happiness levels reached 7.3/10, up from 7.21 last quarter, which follows a sustained increase in seafarer satisfaction.
A NASA study discovered evidence that global shipping fuel regulations limiting sulphur reduced air pollution.
A vast shadow fleet of tankers with unknown owners is being amassed to service Moscow's interest in circumventing the forthcoming sanctions.
Shippers aim at sustainability as the container shipping industry starts to come down from pandemic highs.
A third round of the clean maritime demonstration competition will help companies and scientists to make emission-free maritime a reality.
Ever Given owner back in court as a group of cargo owners and their insurers sue over damages as a result of the Suez Canal accident.
Shipping companies received awards for reducing speeds in the 2021 “Protecting Blue Whales & Blue Skies” program.