New Rules to Impact Ship Repair Market from 2019

CEO Newport Shipping shares views on impact of new environmental regulations on ship repair market.

IMO: Next Step in GHG Emissions Cut Should Not Be Postponed

Kitack Lim, Secretary-General of IMO

IMO: Postponing the adoption of the Initial Strategy on reducing GHG emissions should not be an option.

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Hamburg Süd, Electrolux Aim to Cut SO2 Emissions in Ports

The two companies are teaming up to reduce sulfur dioxide emissions in ports.

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GMS: Gadani One Signature Away from Welcoming Tankers

Gadani shipbreaking yards are one signature away from reopening to tankers, GMS said in a report.

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Maersk Supports Non-Compliant Fuel Ban from 2020

Maersk Line welcomes call for an explicit ban on non-compliant fuel on board ships from 2020.

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Port of Amsterdam Aims to Cut Shipping Emissions

The Port of Amsterdam is to cut shipping emissions and its environmental impact in the coming years.

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Green Marine Ship Owners Cut GHG Emissions

Green Marine ship owners have managed to achieve a 1.4% average annual reduction in GHG intensity.

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35 States Pen Declaration on Cutting Shipping's Emissions

The international maritime transport industry has to take urgent measures in order to cut its share of emissions.

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World Expects Bold Goals on Cutting Emissions from Shipping

The whole world would be watching the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in 2018, looking for something of ...

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Port of Amsterdam Aims to Cut Shipping Emissions

Dutch Port of Amsterdam is looking to reduce shipping emissions and minimise the environmental impact by working ...

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Panama Canal Supports Emissions Cuts with New Tool

As part of its Environmental Recognition Program, the Panama Canal has unveiled a new tool to centralize ...

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WSC, IMO Fire Back on Lack of Climate Change Action Claims

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the World Shipping Council (WSC) have hit back at the accusations ...

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Majority of New Ships Exceed IMO’s Post-2025 Requirements

Almost three-quarters of new ships carrying consumer goods already exceed International Maritime ...

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Industry Bodies Unite to Tackle Shipping's CO2 Emissions

Four major international trade associations have made a joint proposal to the UN International Maritime ...

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Shipping Industry Seeks More Progress on Cutting Emissions

The global shipping industry has called on International Maritime Organization (IMO) Member States to give serious ...

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Emissions from Shipping Should Be Regulated at UN Level

The Industry Committee of the European Parliament adopted its report on the EU’s emissions trading scheme (ETS) on ...

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EIB to Inject USD 1.1 Bn into Cutting Shipping Emissions

Under the European Investment Bank (EIB) projects financing, a total of EUR 1 billion (USD 1.1 billion), backed by ...

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NOx Levy Could Cut Emissions by Up to 70 Pct

A levy on nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions with revenues earmarked to fund the uptake of NOx abatement measures is ...

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LNG and Methanol Could Lead the Way to Shift to Biofuels?

LNG and methanol have been singled out as top alternative fuels for maritime transport in the report released by ...

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Denmark Reinforces Sulphur Emissions Control

With the new action plan for 2016, published by the Danish Maritime Authority and the Environmental Protection ...

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China to Decrease Sulphur Emissions in Ports

Ships, including ocean-going vessels, which operate in the areas near the Pearl River Delta, Yangtze River Delta ...

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Shipping Emissions Part of New Paris Climate Draft

International shipping and aviation emissions have been reinserted into the draft Paris agreement during the ...

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