In late April, the Port of Rotterdam spread hopeful news of its efforts to make shipping fossil-free. Europe’s largest port is ready for bunkering ships with alternative fuels like methanol, and next year, ships may be able to bunker ammonia in Rotterdam. But...
The world’s first electric and autonomous container ship – Yara Birkeland – departed for its maiden voyage in the Oslo fjord last week. Yet, fully autonomous operation is still some way off. Getting the technology ready for self-propelled operation is expected...
The Norwegian shipyard Vard Brattvåg has handed over the Yara Birkeland to fertiliser company Yara. The vessel was to be the first fully autonomous logistics concept in the world. Yet, the emission-free container ship is not capable of sailing autonomously yet as the...
Fertiliser company Yara and offshore wind developer Ørsted join forces for the production of sustainable ammonia. The green ammonia to be produced in Sluiskil in the Dutch province of Zeeland is intended for the production of green fertilisers. In the future, it may...
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