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Singapore Port Pasir-Panjang-Terminal-4-to-6
advertorial, Broadcasting, Business, Energy, Innovation, Shipping, Technology

A look at some of the work completed for various business clients in November 2019

This page lists some of the work in a range of formats completed for various clients in the past month.

America, Asia, Australia, Europe, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, Ports, Rigzone, Shipping, Technology

Could the LNG Boom go Bust?

“Now its game over. How many one-offs do we still have as China’s demand is lagging?” asks Huber.

Dog. Ilimanaq - Greenland
Energy, Petroleum Review, Shipping, Technology, Transport

Electricity and water don’t mix?

In sum, the electrification of maritime vessels is at the infant industry stage. Because of the current limitations of battery technology, all- electric vessels are limited to short journeys between recharge points. So for operators of long distance voyages, the medium-term future is hybrid where batteries work with fossil fuels. But to reach net zero emissions in thirty years’ time, electrification could well be the answer and this requires further advances in technology.

networking event
Business, Europe, Shipping, Technology

List of some of the leading maritime industry conferences, courses and exhibitions in the coming months

A look at the important maritime sector networking events occurring in the coming months in 2020.

Aarhus, Denmark - July 20, 2017: The high-speed ferry EXPRESS 2 of the shipping company Molslinjen is moored at the pier in the port of Aarhus (Denmark).
Engineering and Technology, Industrial journalism, Shipping, Technology

Pump it up! Bigger and better uses for water-jet technology

Water jets are no longer used just for thrill-seeking jet-skiers. Now larger boats in a variety of applications are using the technology for propulsion – so what’s powering the trend? The first thing that may come to mind when you think of water-jet propulsion is the jet skis that are […]