Timothy Renshaw

UPDATED: LNG to power BC Ferries to a lower-carbon future

Maintaining service reliability complicates the publicly owned transportation company’s fossil fuel replacement game plan

Grappling with the high cost of greening marine transportation

New International Maritime Organization low-sulphur fuel rules are the first step in cleaning up transpacific and other major shipping arteries

Seaspan’s US$200 million Swiber plan sidelined

Vancouver-based container shipping giant’s Asian LNG project terminated

Year in review: Crunching B.C.'s marine container cargo terminal automation equation

North America’s West Coast port workers and maritime employers bracing for controversial sea changes in marine container cargo movement

UPDATED: Roberts Bank container cargo terminal battle: Round 3

GCT Deltaport container terminal operator claims port authority breached environmental assessment act

Vancouver-based Seaspan announces major corporate reorganization and energy asset acquisition

World's largest container ship charter owner and manager to create new global asset management company and invest US$750 million in mobile energy operation

Seaspan adds six ships to container cargo fleet in US$380 million deal

Vancouver-based company, the world’s largest charter owner and manager of container ships, will have a container cargo capacity of close to one million TEUs once acquisition is closed

Transpacific container shipping trade drifting into doldrums

Fuel cost spike, global economic slowdown are major challenges for marine cargo carriers heading into 2020

A political parade of pre-election promises

Comparing major federal parties’ commitments on business issues

Seaspan Corp. searching for low-sulphur shipping solutions

Tighter International Maritime Organization emissions regulations driving ship refits and alternative fuel options atop container shipping agendas