Carnival CFO: We’ve enough liquidity to get through 2021, even with zero revenues; MSC joins Hydrogen Council

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Carnival CFO: We’ve enough liquidity to get through 2021, even with zero revenues

Carnival Corporation & plc reported a U.S. GAAP net loss of $2.2 billion and adjusted net loss of $1.9 billion for the fourth quarter of 2020. Full Article

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MSC joins Hydrogen Council

As shipowners continue to eye their future fuel choices, container shipping giant MSC has joined the Hydrogen Council as a steering member, aiming to foster cross-sector collaboration that will accelerate R&D related to clean hydrogen derived fuels and solutions. Full Article

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No Nor-Shipping in 2021

There will be no Nor-Shipping event in Norway this June. Stressing the importance of in-person contacts, the organizers have taken the decision to postpone the exhibition and its associated activity program, pushing the event back to January 10-13, 2022. Optimistically, they hope the opportunity of  a “once in a lifetime” Norwegian winter experience will be a significant draw for participants. Full Article

Great Lakes bulker successfully retrofitted for automatic dock-to-dock operation

Demonstrating that cutting edge technology can be retrofitted to older vessels, the Wärtsilä SmartMove solution for semi-autonomous sailing has been installed in American Steamship’s 1979-built self-unloader American Spirit. At 194 meters long, it is the largest ship ever capable of performing automated docking and dock-to-dock sailing operations. Full Article