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Green Seas is the podcast on the environment and the business of the ocean. Join TradeWinds reporters Eric Priante Martin and Craig Eason as they explore topics of sustainability in the maritime sector as ocean industries face pressure to clean up their act.

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Green Seas is the podcast on the environment and the business of the ocean. Join TradeWinds reporters Eric Priante Martin and Craig Eason as they explore topics of sustainability in the maritime sector as ocean industries face pressure to clean up their act.

    Shipping rides the carbon credit roller coaster

    Shipping rides the carbon credit roller coaster

    The carbon credits that shipping companies have to buy for European voyages have regained some ground after crashing to unexpectedly low levels. Where are they headed next? We speak to Mattia Ferracchiato of BRS Shipbrokers and Frederic Bouthillier of Vertis Environmental Finance.

    • 9 min
    Shipowners v shipyards: the first mover, new fuel, new cleantech challenge

    Shipowners v shipyards: the first mover, new fuel, new cleantech challenge

    Shipowners need to order vessels with new fuel capabilities and new cleantech solutions, but this ups the price, complexity and slot times that shipyards offer. Shipyards seek clarity, certainty. How can they work together?

    • 31 min
    The shipping giant moving ‘full speed ahead’ toward ammonia fuel

    The shipping giant moving ‘full speed ahead’ toward ammonia fuel

    Eric Priante Martin sits down with Alexander Saverys, the chief executive who is working to turn Euronav, soon to be rebranded CMB.Tech, into a multi-sector play on ammonia and hydrogen-fuelled shipping. He explains why he’s forging ahead with ammonia even though there are not enough green molecules of the fuel to fill his planned ships.

    We also speak to DNV Maritime chief executive Knut orbeck-Nilssen about the role he sees ammonia playing in shipping’s energy landscape.

    • 12 min
    Inside Hoegh's big ammonia strategy play

    Inside Hoegh's big ammonia strategy play

    Norwegian shipowner Hoegh Autoliners has ordered 12 very large car carriers to be built in China. The first eight will be built between 2024 and 2027 to be fuelled with LNG and then later retrofitted to use ammonia as a fuel. The last four, starting in 2027, will be built with engines that can use ammonia even though engine makers have not yet finished developing ammonia engines and fuel makers have not yet ramped up production.
    Hoegh Autoliners head of strategy Lise Duetoft talks to TradeWinds technology editor Craig Eason about the strategy and the hopes that all its ducks will be in a row in time.

    • 17 min
    One woman’s view from the bridge: a Grieg seafarer shares her experience

    One woman’s view from the bridge: a Grieg seafarer shares her experience

    In a bonus episode, TradeWinds technology editor Craig Eason interviews a second officer from the Philippines about her experience in a shipping industry with too few females at sea.

    • 12 min
    The long arm of US prosecution when ships dump oil at sea

    The long arm of US prosecution when ships dump oil at sea

    The case of imprisoned seafarer Denys Korotkiy has rekindled a debate over US prosections of oil dumping in international waters by ships at sea. Are these cases overreach? Or are they an essential tool for fighting pollution?

    We speak to Edward MacColl of Thompson, MacColl & Bass; Gregory Linsin of Blank Rome; George Chalos of Chalos & Co and John Amos of SkyTruth.

    • 23 min

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