The study is a continuation of a pre study from 2016 and reviews a series of government reports that deal with the role of shipping as part of the infrastructure. The purpose of the preliminary study is to easily describe various factors that influence how government investments are assessed, to identify differences between different modes of transport, as well as to account for some of the limitations in the assessment basis. Finally, examples are given, where shipping efforts are assessed as socio-economically profitable or potentially profitable.
Meet the maritime researcher. Ivan Stenius work at the aeronautical and vehicle engineering department at KTH as an Assistant Professor.
Following negotiations at IMO Environmental Committee meeting MEPC 72, over 170 member states have agreed that shipping CO2 emissions shall be halv
Humans, operating and riding High-Performance Marine Craft (HPMC) in rough seas at high speeds require high level of performance capability.
The Swedish Energy Agency launches a 6-year shipping R&I program, worth a total of SEK 83 million.