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ISSUE 63 | March 2019
Could fuel cells be used in propulsion?
Two European giants have joined forces to demonstrate that fuel cell technology could be delivered at the scale needed to power commercial and passenger ships
Cleaning up ports around the world
Do port authorities really know what lies beneath the surface, and how are port clean-ups usually conducted?
Are merchant seafarer training standards fit for purpose?
In recent months, there have been calls for a revision of the IMO Convention which governs global standards for seafarer training
Three key solutions for decarbonising shipping
Find out the three best ways to decarbonise shipping in the decades to come, according to Transport & Environment
Out of this world: creating space tanks for LNG
In the context of an industry increasingly looking to turn to LNG, we ask how looking to the space industry could help
Signal Ocean: bringing sh ipping into the 21st century
Find out how Greek shipping tycoon Ioannis Martinos aims to enhance commercial performance for the shipping industry
Is shipping prepared for cyberattacks?
A cybersecurity expert weighs in on the industry’s lack of preparedness in face of an attack