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Andre Simha, CIO at MSC

MSC's CIO André Simha reveals key drivers behind liner association on digitalization.

Unprecedented Changes Needed for 1.5°C Global Warming Limit

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IPCC: Limiting global warming to 1.5°C would require rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes.

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Paper Submitted to MEPC73 Does Not Seek Delay of Sulphur Cap

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The document submitted MEPC 73 does not seek a delay to the implementation date of the 2020 sulphur cap.

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Interview: Hydrogen Is the Ideal Zero-Emissions Fuel

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Traver Kennedy, Chairman and CEO of Joi Scientific, speaks on the potential of hydrogen to be the fuel of the future.

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Hapag-Lloyd Joins the Marine Fuel Recovery Line-Up

Rolf Habben Janse, Hapag-Lloyd CEO

Hapag-Lloyd has developed its own marine fuel recovery mechanism ahead of 2020.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Here are the most popular news from the first week of October.

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Customers Should Bear Sulphur Cap Costs to Save Industry

ST Stolt Pride

Stolt-Nielsen: costs stemming from the industry's switch to compliant fuels should be met by customers.

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Shell's Cardissa Conducts Its 1st LNG Ship-to-Ship Bunkering

LNG bunkering, Port of Rotterdam

Shell delivers its first ship-to-ship bunkering of LNG fuel from Cardissa.

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34 CEOs Sign Call for Action in Support of Decarbonization

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34 maritime CEOs and industry leaders sign a call for action towards a new decarbonized future.

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7 Key Trends Impacting the Shipping Industry's Future

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UNCTAD's Review of Maritime Transport 2018 lists key trends to be watchful of.

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Importance of Policing Compliant Fuels' Quality Underrated

INTERCARGO’s Chairman, John Platsidakis;

Intercargo stressed importance of securing a reasonable level of safety of compliant fuels.

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Port of Singapore Readies for IMO’s 2020 Sulphur Cap

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The Port of Singapore is gearing up for the IMO's new sulphur regulations.

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30 Pct of Shipowners Won't Be Compliant with Sulphur Cap

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OPEC expects a significant level of non-compliance with the 2020 sulphur cap.

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Industry Heavyweights Join Forces in Promoting Scrubbers

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Scrubbers supporters join forces to support the uptake of the technology ahead of the 2020 Sulphur Cap.

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Scorpio Unveils Scrubber Investment

Wartsila's scrubber

Scorpio to retrofit 'substantial majority' of its ships with scrubbers ahead of 2020.

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Maritime Community Clamps Down on Counterfeit Goods

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A set of best practices developed to reduce the volume of counterfeits shipped around the globe.

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1 Pct of Bulker Fleet to Be Scrubber Fitted in 2020

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Wood Mackenzie estimates that scrubbers will be installed on less than 1 pct of the bulker fleet in 2020.

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Norway to Deploy Drones to Sniff Out Sulphur Polluters

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Norwegian Maritime Authority to use drones in ship inspections as of 2019.

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World Maritime Day: Better Shipping for a Better Future

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The global maritime community celebrates today the World Maritime Day.

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ECSA Calls for More Compliant Ship Recycling Facilities

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ECSA is asking for more capacity to be added to the list of approved ship recycling facilities.

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Report: Use of Scrubbers Won't Last for More than 10 Years

The use of scrubbers will not last for more than ten years, Dragos Rauta, Technical Director at Intertanko, believes.

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EU, China and Russia to Keep Trade Relations with Iran

Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy

A a Special Purpose Vehicle to be established to facilitate payments related to Iran's exports and imports.

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ADS Crude Carriers to Start Fitting Scrubbers on Its VLCCs

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ASD Crude Carriers is about to fit scrubbers on board its very large crude carriers.   

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Owners Need to Know Where Compliant Fuels Will Be Available

Hamburg port

Liberia calls on IMO to help facilitate early reporting on the availability of compliant marine fuel.

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International Seaways Chooses Scrubbers for Its VLCCs

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International Seaways is to install scrubbers on up to ten very large crude carriers (VLCCs).

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MSC, CMA CGM Present Plans for Fuel Surcharges

CMA CGM vessel

Shipping majors MSC and CMA CGM unveiled a new fuel adjustment surcharge ahead of the 2020 sulphur cap.

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Report: EU Has Capacity to Break Its Ships

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The EU-approved demolition yards will have enough capacity to handle demand from EU-flagged ships.

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K Line to Comply with 2020 Sulphur Cap on Ship-by-Ship Basis

K Line

K Line plans to comply with the IMO's 2020 sulphur cap by adopting a myriad of available measures.

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