Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS): What are the shipping requirements?
In this article, we take a snapshot of existing CCS projects and look at the related shipping solutions required.
Charity Giving Day 2022
This year, the annual Clarksons PLC global Charity Giving Day event raised over £250,000 for The Clarkson Foundation - an incredible amount to help some inspirational charities. The action packed day saw eight global offices take part and generously donate towards the cause.
Alternative fuels challenge the sustainability of maritime decarbonisation
It is undisputable that we need to drive a lower carbon future. Kenneth Tveter, Head of Clarksons Green Transition team provides his thoughts on how the industry can best achieve this with the resources we have at hand.
How Clarksons helps offshore wind developers to understand the local marketplace
Achieving your objectives within the global offshore wind market requires a locally focused lens.
Strengthening the bridge between academia and industry
Clarksons was once again pleased to host the Maritime Masters finalist event to both online and in-person delegates, for the fourth year running.
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS): The scale of the challenge
In this article we examine the macro aspects of CO₂, taking a reality check on the scale of carbon emissions, the potential to deal with them, and permanent storage solutions.
Clarksons' enhances its sustainability offering
Clarksons’ Carbon Broking team is pleased to announce its new partnership with CarbonChain.
Inspired by the love of water - Clarksons’ Sophie Wilson interviewed for Insight Energy Magazine
Sophie Wilson, Business Development Manager in our Port Services division, has been featured in a recent article in Insight Energy Magazine. Sophie was interviewed for an article titled ‘Women carve careers inspired by their love of water’.
WindEnergy Hamburg 2022 - Bigger and Better
WindEnergy was back last week bigger and better than before, with post-pandemic record numbers visiting Hamburg for the conference. With all the great news floating around there are always going to be undertones which can’t be ignored, and these did surface in many of the conversations being held.
Behind the drivers of the growing momentum in Green Ammonia
In this article, we assess some of the sector’s ongoing opportunities and challenges in order to better understand the potential of the ammonia market.
Clarksons partners with Signol to help shipowners make measurable fuel & CO2 savings
Clarksons partners with Signol to help shipowners make measurable fuel and CO2 savings.
Construction Support Offshore Vessel (CSOV) Market Update
Now is the time to look ahead at the Construction Support Offshore Vessel (CSOV) market for 2023. The expected amount of CSOVs required until 2030 based on the current projected offshore windfarms is high.
Green Ammonia: As doubters voice safety concerns, is the sector listening?
In this article we share insights into causes for concern in today's market and whether these doubts will impact the sector.
Snapshot: Today’s green ammonia market
In this article we take a snapshot of the current green ammonia market, looking at some of the ongoing issues affecting the sector.
Clarksons opens new Specialised Products desk in Tokyo
Clarksons is pleased to announce the opening of a new Specialised Products desk in Tokyo, welcoming Makoto Komatsu to the team.
Q3-22 and beyond: What does the future look like for green ammonia?
The gases team examine how realistic expectations are and share some recent market movements which could prove important going forward.
Liquid CO₂ carriage by sea: Market movements
Ship design for CO₂ carriage is evolving rapidly with yards exploring various ship sizes and different pressure/ temperature capabilities. In this article we examine recent market movements for liquid CO₂ carriage and look ahead at what we might expect as the market matures.
Offshore wind vessel and project news
A weekly update from the Renewables team covering Offshore wind vessels and project news in this space.
How green is green ammonia?
Analysts are currently predicting an even more significant surge in demand if ammonia is proven to be a viable alternative for marine propulsion.
Evolving the Clarksons brand
Shipping is evolving and becoming increasingly complex, so it is more important than ever to speak to our clients and stakeholders in a way that matters to them.
Green Ammonia: A twist in the tale
Russia's recent invasion of Ukraine could permanently change the shape of the ammonia market going forward. In this article, we examine the impact of the ongoing conflict on ammonia markets – both in the short and longer-term.
2022: Shipping's half year report
Clarksons Research have released their half year statistics on to Shipping Intelligence Network. After the resilience and then strong recovery of recent years, it has been another exceptional half year for shipping with our cross-segment ClarkSea* for shipping cargo transportation averaging $38,844/day, up 7% on 2H 2021 and 157% on the 10-yr average.
Clarksons Securities makes bold predictions for tanker rates in 2023 and beyond
The Clarksons Securities shipping team has made a bold prediction of further increases in tanker rates during 2023.
Liquid CO2 carriage by sea: An introduction
As awareness grows about the harmful effects of carbon emissions, we have seen a surge in demand for knowledge about how to carry CO₂ on seagoing vessels, in bulk. This article provides an overview of the challenges and opportunities involved.
Green vessels & the offshore market
As the industry progresses towards decarbonisation, our Renewables team hosted a webinar to discuss the technologies and challenges impacting the Offshore market.
An introduction to Green Ammonia
Over the last 12-24 months, the market has been saturated with reports about green ammonia and bold predictions for its future. This has raised questions from all corners of the energy and shipping worlds. But why all the interest, and are expectations realistic or misleading?
Clarksons awarded silver EcoVadis medal in recognition of sustainability efforts
We are proud to announce that Clarksons has once again been awarded the EcoVadis silver medal in recognition of our continued commitment to improving sustainability across our global business operations.
Clarksons launches on-demand carbon mitigation platform for corporate clients
Clarksons is working with climate-tech company CHOOOSE to offer clients impactful carbon mitigation options to address CO2 emissions with associated shipping activity.
Introducing new Maritech CEO Peter Schrøder
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Peter Schrøder as CEO of Maritech as of 19 April 2022.
Hot Topic - The veg oils, biofuels, and fertiliser crises and their effects on seaborne trade
Since the start of the pandemic, some essential commodity prices have followed a surging trend at an unseen rate in comparison to the previous years: soybean oil 162%, rapeseed oil 171%, sunflower oil 104.29%, palm oil 180%, palm kernel oil 253%.
Fuelling Transition: Tracking Progress
With a record share of newbuild orders in Q1 alternative fuelled, this week’s Analysis, extracted from our upcoming Fuelling Transition report, tracks progress in the shipping industry’s vital decarbonisation journey.
Russia-Ukraine: Shipping Context
Fast-moving developments in Ukraine have generated the most significant disruption to geo-political “norms” for decades. This is the first instalment of commentary and it is freely available.
The right solution, delivered
A recent deal saw us deliver a unique and creative solution for the jackup rig Atlantic Amsterdam, which was transported using a never before taken route for a single rig transportation.
Positive change through cross-divisional collaboration
Our Green Transition team brings together experts from across the Group to deliver smarter and cleaner outcomes for our clients.
Working together across the globe to build back better
As the world sharpens its focus on ‘building back better’, we're seeing demand from clients wanting to ‘pivot’ into the Offshore wind market.
Offshore Review & Outlook
Stephen Gordon summarises the semi-annual review and outlook of the offshore and energy markets, stating cautious optimism and best markets since 2015, as rapid growth in wind continues.