The accidental blockade of the Suez Canal by the 400 m-long Ultra Large Container Ship (ULCS) Ever Given highlights how tanker trades are reliant on traditional chokepoints, but other forms of chokepoints also exist
The IMO 2020 low sulphur fuel oil transition has proven that the shipping industry can successfully manage huge changes. The next stage is to tackle the other harmful elements in exhaust gasses, explains Wärtsilä Exhaust Treatment director Sigurd Jenssen
Film Laminated Steel and Aluminum has been used for designing and building cruising ship interiors since way back. The DOBEL® product series by Metalcolour is one of the most common choices and a well known brand in the industry.
With ballast water regulations maturing and shipping shifting its focus to operational compliance, the critical role of strong and robust filters within ballast water treatment systems (BWTS) is more prominent. Filtersafe head of marine Mark Riggio explains why
The recent ship recycling webinar week hosted by Riviera Maritime Media triggered a thought-provoking debate on the best way to increase the wider adoption of more responsible and sustainable ship recycling practices globally
10 Feb 2021by Alon Carmel, Carl Gustav Gordon and Quentin Potts
On 8 February 2021, the results were announced of the UK’s Round 4 offshore wind seabed auctions. The results are seismic and will have wide-reaching implications for the offshore wind industry both in the UK and globally
In 2020, while the shipping industry was responding to the major challenge of the humanitarian crisis faced by seafarers as a result of the impact on crew changes of the Covid-19 pandemic, a major milestone was achieved at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) on shipping’s decarbonisation front
Our Passenger Ship Webinar Week will focus on the challenges and opportunities associated with building vessels in China; the pathway to zero-emissions for ferries and the implications for reactivated cruise ship operations. Each 45-minute webinar features a panel of maritime professionals expert in their chosen fields.
Our Tanker Shipping & Trade Webinar Week will focus on safety, future fuels and ballast water retrofits. Each 45-minute webinar features a panel of maritime professionals expert in their chosen fields.
Riviera’s Carbon Capture and Storage Tech & Ops Webinar Day will focus on carbon capture and storage from four perspectives: shipboard use and emissions monitoring; scaling up CO2 infrastructure; maritime clusters; and the powering of future-fuelled fleets