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Wärtsilä Leads New Clean Shipping Fuels Initiative


A group of 6 Nordic companies intends to develop a new infrastructure for green fuels for ships.

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IMO Tightens Climate Protection Requirements for Ships


MEPC: amendments to strengthen existing requirements for new ships to be more energy efficient.

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Cruise Ship Fined for Violating Norwegian Fjords' SOx Limit

MS Magellan, owned by Global Cruise Lines

Global Cruise Lines' MS Magellan violated the legislation on fuel sulphur limits in the world heritage fjords.

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CSA 2020: More Than 20 Ports to Allow Open-Loop Scrubber Use

Cruise ships

More than 20 ports confirmed they have no intention of banning the use of open-loop scrubbers.

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Using LNG as Fuel Would Cut GHG Emissions by Up to 21%

LNG carrier

Study: Benefit is dependent on the engine technology installed and on the type of reference fuel.

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EU Adopts Proposal to Harmonize MRV with IMO's System


The European Commission adopted a proposal to revise the EU MRV system.

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Danish Partners Test Emissions Monitoring Solution


Nordic Tankers, Dania Ship Management and Danfoss IXA joined forces in testing emissions monitoring technology.

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Ultrabulk, Partners to Study Sail Technology on Ships

Ultrabulk vessel featuring sail technology

Ultrabulk, partners launched a study on installing high-tech automated sails on ships to reduce carbon emissions.

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RCL Receives a Gust Of Wind Power to Cut Emissions

Royal Caribbean International

Royal Caribbean Cruises is to reduce 10-12 percent of its annual emissions through the 200-MW Reading Wind Facility.

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2020 Rule Exposes Lack of Fuel Cost Transparency Concerns


Drewry: Unease among global shippers/BCOs and freight forwarders rising ahead of IMO's 2020 rule.

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Port of Long Beach Gets USD 50 Mn for Zero Emissions Project

Port of Long Beach

Port of Long Beach gets preliminary approval for a USD 50 million grant for its zero emissions project.

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SMM Opens Its Doors in Hamburg

The biennial international maritime trade show SMM has officially opened its doors this morning in Hamburg.

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China Sets Tier II Rules for Ships in Domestic Trade

Shaghai Port

China imposes Tier II rules on Chinese-flagged and imported ships employed on domestic trades.

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Accountability Flaws Could Hinder IMO's Climate Goals


Transparency and accountability flaws could hinder IMO's ability to deliver on its own climate goals.

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Shipping's Decarbonization Will Need Major R&D Investment

Kirsi Tikka: Collaboration as well as sufficient investment in technology development needed to meet IMO's targets.

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APL Further Cuts Fleet CO2 Emissions in 2017

APL Vanda at berth

APL reduced its CO2 emissions per container per kilometer by 50.7% in 2017, compared to its base level in 2009.

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Port of Antwerp, Fluxys Team Up for CO2 Capture

Port of Antwerp

Port of Antwerp and Fluxys are joining forces on carbon capture, storage and reuse in the fight against climate change.

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More Information Exchange Needed to Cut CO2 Emissions


Stasinakis: More information exchange is needed to meet IMO's CO2 emission reduction targets.

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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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