Colonial Oil partnering on renewable diesel for Southeast

Colonial Oil partnering on renewable diesel for Southeast

(SAVANNAH, Ga.) — Colonial Oil Industries, one of the largest independent oil and gas companies in the United States, has announced a partnership with Neste, TICO and Gateway Terminals in offering renewable diesel to customers and businesses in the region, marking a significant stride toward a more sustainable future in the Southeast. “As a trusted supplier of quality fuels and…
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Crowley ship to test advanced carbon capture system

Crowley ship to test advanced carbon capture system

(JACKSONVILLE, Fla.) ­— Crowley and Carbon Ridge Inc., a leading developer of modular onboard carbon capture and storage solutions (OCCS), with support from the U.S. Maritime Administration (MarAd) Maritime Environmental and Technical Assistance (META) program, have initiated an advanced pilot project to reduce emissions impacts using Crowley’s Storm international containership. Using Carbon Ridge’s patent-pending, second-generation carbon capture technology, the companies…
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BOEM approves fifth and sixth offshore wind projects

BOEM approves fifth and sixth offshore wind projects

(WASHINGTON) — The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) recently announced the approval of the nation's fifth and sixth commercial-scale offshore wind energy projects: Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW) and Empire Wind off the coast of New York and New Jersey. The announcements support the Biden administration’s goal of deploying 30 gigawatts of offshore wind energy capacity by 2030, following…
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Wartsila, WETA teaming on electric high-speed ferries

Wartsila, WETA teaming on electric high-speed ferries

(SAN FRANCISCO) — Technology group Wartsila has signed a strategic partnership agreement for a project to build the first zero-emission high-speed ferries in the United States. The fully electric vessels will be built for San Francisco’s Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA), the operator of the San Francisco Bay Ferry system. The project, and several others Wartsila will work on under…
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SAFE Boats, Vita partnering on electric patrol boat

SAFE Boats, Vita partnering on electric patrol boat

(BREMERTON, Wash.) — SAFE Boats International (SBI) is collaborating with Vita Power to bring electrification to the patrol boat market. The first objective of this partnership was to develop a 100 percent electric patrol boat that is both reliable and practical. Together, the companies have adapted one of SAFE Boats’ most proven hull designs – the 23-foot center console –…
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Neste, PTL Marine partner on renewable diesel for California

Neste, PTL Marine partner on renewable diesel for California

(HOUSTON) — Neste is partnering with PTL Marine to provide Neste MY Renewable Diesel to the marine sector across the state of California. PTL Marine, a division of Pilot Thomas Logistics, is a leading provider of maritime fuel and lubricants, supplies and last-mile logistics. Through this collaboration the state’s marine industry will have easier access to renewable diesel. California’s Commercial…
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EPA provides first look at $3 billion Clean Ports Program

EPA provides first look at $3 billion Clean Ports Program

(WASHINGTON) — On Tuesday, the Enivornmental Protection Agency (EPA) gave stakeholders a first look at the agency's plans to implement a new $3 billion port emission reduction program. During a two-hour webinar, agency staff provided an outline of the newly named Clean Ports Program, which was authorized in the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 as the Grants to Reduce Air…
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Hydrogen era dawns at San Pedro Bay ports complex

Hydrogen era dawns at San Pedro Bay ports complex

(SAN PEDRO, Calif.) — The San Pedro Bay ports’ efforts to help seed a robust green hydrogen market in the pursuit of zero-emissions operations got jump-started last week with an announcement from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) that it will award a grant of up to $1.2 billion to a public-private partnership formed to lead California’s bid to create…
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