IAPH members AD Ports Group (UAE) and Port of Antwerp-Bruges (Belgium) attended the meeting
IAPH also supports early adoption of a basket of mid-term measures
The new IAPH Liquefied Gas bunker checklist series covers Ship-to-Ship and Truck-to-Ship bunkering of liquefied gasses as a marine fuel in a port
Ministers from Uruguay, Panama, and Norway sign up to Clean Energy Marine Hubs Initiative (CEM-Hubs) in Egypt
The World Ports Climate Action Program focuses on taking action to combat climate change in the maritime sector
First hydrogen-related port projects have their own portal on sustainableworldports.org
Recent study jointly developed by the Port of Amsterdam and DNV emphasises important spacial safety considerations when designing zero carbon fuel bun...
MOU outlines how SGMF and IAPH plan to share knowhow on safe, effective, sustainable supply and use of all gases as marine fuel
The WPCAP boulder starts to move
Paying specific attention to financial support to developing countries could help a fair and equitable energy transition
IAPH plans to collaborate with CEM Global Port Hydrogen Coalition with its World Ports Sustainability Program as the platform to showcase and dissemin...