Owners Not Ready to Give Up Control to Smart Ships

Orca AI: Maritime industry slow at adapting solutions vital to avoiding collisions.

Port of Fujairah to Ban Open-Loop Scrubbers in Its Waters


The Port of Fujairah has decided to ban the use of open-loop scrubbers in its waters.

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Eagle Bulk Nabs USD 208 Mn Loan


Eagle Bulk Shipping received a commitment for a loan facility worth USD 208 million.

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NGOs Call for Ban of Scrubbers in European ECAs


A coalition of NGOs is pushing for a ban of exhaust gas cleaning systems in European emission control areas.

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SEALNG: Adoption of LNG as Marine Fuel Set to Accelerate


Keller: adoption of LNG as a marine fuel is set to accelerate.

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Early Installers of Scrubbers Will Be Considered Visionary


Adams: There has been a lot of loose speculation about the environmental impact of open-loop scrubbers.

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Sailcargo to Tackle Ship Emissions by Returning to Basics


Sailcargo goes back to the roots of shipbuilding industry to be competitive in the market of conscious consumerism.

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Polaris Opts for Open-Loop Scrubbers

Scrubber tower

Polaris Shipping will retrofit seven ships with open loop scrubbers in preparation for the 2020 sulphur cap.

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IMO: Bunker Delivery Note Amendments Enter Into Force

Amendments to the bunker delivery note entered into force on January 1, 2019, IMO said.

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New Legislation in Fjords to Enter into Force in February

The new environmental legislation regarding the world heritage fjords will enter into force with a slight delay.

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Top News of 2018 – Editors' Picks

These are the news that marked 2018.

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NYK Wins Green Loan for Its Methanol-Fueled Chemical Tanker

NYK Line

NYK has secured a green loan to finance the construction of its first methanol-fueled chemical tanker.

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ESPO: 'Polluter Pays' Principle Not Fully Implemented


ESPO: ports or responsible ships likely to pay for unreasonable quantities of garbage.

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De Nora Gets USCG Type-Approval

Ballast water

De Nora has received type-approval from the United States Coastguard for its BALPURE ballast water treatment system.

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Masterbulk Testing Renewable Energy on Board Its Ships

MV Panama

Singapore's shipping company Masterbulk trialing renewable energy on board its ships.

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Turkish Owner to Retrofit 16 Tankers with Alfa Laval's BWMSs

Advantage Summer

Advantage Tankers & Advantage Products team up with Alfa Laval for ballast water treatment retrofits of 16 tankers.

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Cruise Industry Targets 40 Pct Carbon Footprint Cut by 2030

Cruise ship

The cruise industry has committed to reduce the rate of carbon emissions across the industry fleet by 40 percent by 2030.

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IMO MSC Identifies 4 Degrees of Ship Automation

RR Autonomous ship

Maritime Safety Committee approved the framework & methodology for the regulatory scoping exercise on autonomous ships.

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Petronas Puts LNG Bunkering High on Agenda


Petronas has set sights on tapping into the potential of burgeoning LNG bunkering market.

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BIMCO Unveils Two 2020 Sulphur Clauses


BIMCO has published two sulphur content related bunker clauses.

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Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative's Online Tool Is Live

Ship breaking

A tool for sharing information on ship recycling to drive responsible practice was launched earlier today.

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3 Non-EU Yards Join Approved List of Recycling Facilities


For the first time, three yards located outside the EU have been included in the list.

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Labor: The Future of Australian Shipping Needs to Be Secured


Australian Labor Party pushes for bipartisanship on shipping policy.

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CARB: MSC Pays USD 630K for Air Quality Violations in 2014


MSC paid USD 630,625 in penalties to CARB for violating the Ocean-Going Vessel At-Berth Regulation.

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Barcelona Joins the Fight for Med-ECA

Port of Barcelona

The Barcelona City Council has backed the initiative of establishing an Emission Control Area in the Mediterranean.

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EGCSA Slams Singapore's Wash Water Discharge Ban

Vessel pollution

EGCSA criticized the decision of MPA Singapore to ban the discharge of wash water from open loop scrubbers.

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ONE Still Considering Scrubbers and LNG

One Aguila

ONE sees adoption of low-sulphur compliant hybrid oil as the most realistic and cost-efficient,  but short-term solution.

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Maersk Wants to Become Carbon Neutral by 2050

Maersk vessel

Maersk announced that it aims to become a carbon neutral company by 2050.

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