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Port of Long Beach Keeps Reducing Air Pollution

Port of Long Beach

The Port of Long Beach’s clean-air efforts have resulted in an 87% cut in diesel emissions.

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UK Secures More Funding for Zero-Emissions Shipping Drive

Ferry

The government is funding new shipping technology projects through MarRI-UK.

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UK Launches First Port Economic Partnership

Port of Southampton

The initiative strives to create stronger links between ports and government.

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Monjasa Supplies First VLSFO Ahead of IMO 2020

VLSFO bunkering

The company's first ship-to-ship supply took place in Southampton, UK.

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Euronav Secures USD 100 Mn to Buy IMO-Compliant Fuel

Ultra large crude carrier Oceania

The company's ULCC Oceania is storing the purchased 420,000 metric tons of compliant fuel.

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UK Nets Record Heroin Haul on Maersk Boxship

Heroin seized on a boxship in Felixstowe Port

The seized narcotics are estimated to be worth around USD 32.9 million.

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Safe Bulkers Completes 25% of Planned Scrubber Installations

Bulker

Scrubber were installed on five vessels by the end of August 2019.

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Canada Investing in Development of Low-Noise Tankers

Canada Teekay low-noise tanker

The government wants to reduce underwater noise to protect the marine environment.

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Low-Sulphur Fuel to Cost 30% More Than the Current Fuel

Shipping

Bunker adjustment factors will soar in late 2019 and "will be very volatile in the first half of 2020."

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GCC Bunkers Inks Processing Deal for IMO 2020 Compliant Fuel

Bunkering

GCC Bunkers joined forces with Texas International Terminals to produce 0.5% sulfur bunker fuel oil.

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NABU: Cruise Ship Industry Slow to Adopt Green Technologies

NABU Cruise Ship Ranking 2019

The organization has published the results of a study which covered 89 ships.

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SEA\LNG Expands US Network with Stabilis Energy

Shipping

Stabilis Energy provides small-scale LNG production, distribution and fuelling services in North America.

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Monjasa Takes Full Ownership of Five Bunker Tankers

Accra

The vessels can segregate between two and six different types of oil products onboard.

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Hamburg and Rotterdam to Jointly Tackle Shipping Emissions

Port of Rotterdam

The two ports are to operate under a set of identical climate protection measures.

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Hyundai Heavy Gets LR's First Digital Component Approval

HHI LR

The approval is for a component of HHI's Integrated Smartship Solution (ISS).

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MSC Ship Fined for Violating Speed Limit in Canada

msc_diego

Transport Canada has issued a CAD 12,000 penalty to a containership operated by Swiss MSC.

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New Study Confirms Scrubbers Would Aid Global CO2 Reduction

Scrubber study

The study takes into consideration energy needed to produce distillate fuels.

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Oil Majors Exempted from New US Sanctions on Venezuela

Venezuela

Venezuelan-owned and U.S.-based oil and gas company Citgo is also exempted.

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MOL Sets Up Zero Emission Fuel Working Group

MOL containership

The working group has an aim to reduce emissions in shipping's value chains by using methanation fuel.

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Australia Mulls Joining Strait of Hormuz Coalition

AUSMIN talks

Australia is giving "serious consideration"to the U.S. request.

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Pacific Basin to Fit Majority of Supramaxes with Scrubbers

Pacific Basin bulker

The equipment is expected to set Pacific Basin up "for what we believe will be stronger years ahead."

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UK Unveils Plan to Establish Free Ports after Brexit

Freeports

Free ports could be free of some checks and paperwork, and include customs and tax benefits.

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AAL to Introduce Low Sulphur Surcharge Ahead of IMO 2020

AAL Shipping

AAL Shipping revealed its plans to become fully compliant with the new IMO sulphur regulation.

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Norway Updates Strait of Hormuz Security Warning

Strait of Hormuz Security level

Norwegian-flagged vessels are advised to minimize transit in Iranian territorial waters.

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Korean Register Launches New GHG Data Management Tool

Korean Register GHG tool

The tool supports data collection plan development, data transmission and data report creation.

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Indonesia to Delay Sulphur Cap Implementation in Its Waters

Shipping

The decision was made amid abundant supplies of 3.5% sulphur content fuel at Indonesia's energy company.

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