As the Covid-19 pandemic’s second wave rises toward a staggering peak in many countries, the world’s largest association of shipowners offers a video reminder that shipping fundamentally underpins and enables global trade and the provision of the goods and commodities on which people and economies depend
We are continuing to roll out our Clean Futures Plan with the launch of the third BC Ferries’ battery electric-hybrid Island Class vessel. Work will continue on the new ship until scheduled sea trials in February. Following successful sea trials, the vessel will make its way to Point Hope Shipyards in Victoria in summer 2021 for final preparations. The ferry will begin service on the Campbell River – Quadra Island (Quathiaski Cove) route in late 2021.
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