• Burbo bankwind farm park, bojo wind

    EU sets massive 2050 target


    The European Union (EU) revealed details of a huge offshore wind energy construction campaign today (November 19).

  • Burbo bankwind farm park, bojo wind

    The UK’s green ambitions: A wind energy boost or hot air?


    At the Conservative Party conference, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged GBP160 million (USD206 million) to upgrade ports and factories across the country that manufacture the next generation of wind turbines, vowing to make the coronavirus pandemic a catalyst for green growth.

  • Port of bilbao, august 2020

    Bilbao positions itself as wind energy hub


    In 2019, the port of Bilbao in Spain handled 142,000 tonnes of wind turbine components. The sector is forecast to grow in the years ahead and the port is positioning itself as a hub for wind energy cargoes.

Ammonia gas carrier NYK, august 2020

Fuels of the future


In order to achieve carbon neutrality in the future, the shipping industry needs to explore the commercial development of new fuels, and work is well under way. Synthetic fuels, ammonia, battery installations and hydrogen fuel cell solutions are battling for position.

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Dogger Bank progresses as offshore wind booms in the UK


The Dogger Bank offshore wind project off the coast of the UK is progressing, with the SSE Renewables and Equinor joint venture firming up agreements with key suppliers. Other offshore wind developments off the coast of the UK are also moving at pace. 

Qatar Airways launched arbitration charges, july 2020

Qatar: Project opportunities despite blockade


On June 5, 2017, the UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Egypt suspended all land, air and sea links with Qatar. Three years on, Qatar Airways is seeking compensation but the project logistics market has proven to be resilient.

US imports of cranes, july 2020

US imports of mobile cranes: a matter of national security?


A petition filed by Wisconsin-based crane manufacturer Manitowoc Company in late December has sparked an investigation by the US Department of Commerce into whether the import of mobile cranes into the USA threatens to impair national security and harm domestic manufacturing.

Bristol port, nov 2020

Confidence in the UK logistics sector drops


Confidence in the UK logistics sector has fallen as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and Brexit concerns, according to the latest report from Barclays and BDO Global. Nevertheless, there are reasons to be cautiously optimistic about the future.