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Gibraltar: Police Arrests Captain, Chief Officer of Grace 1


The Gibraltar Police has arrested the captain and the chief officer of Grace 1, a tanker detained in Gibraltar.

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Gibraltar, Royal Marines Detain Tanker en Route to Syria


Gibraltar authorities and British Royal Marines have detained a supertanker carrying crude oil to Syria. 

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Future-Proof European Shipbuilding Needs EU Support


Sea Europe: EU needs to invest in research and innovation to further develop new technologies in shipbuilding.

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Sea Europe: Shipyards Ask for EU Funds to Achieve 2050 Goal


Shipbuilders, manufacturers need EU funds to meet the 2050 maritime strategy.

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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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ECSA, SEA Europe Welcome EU-S. Korea Talks on Subsidies


 European shipowners and shipbuilders back the talks between the EU and South Korea on state subsidies.

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WTO: EU Wants to Join Japan in Complaint Against Korea


The EU has requested to join Japan in an ongoing complaint against South Korea, WTO said.

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EU Wide Taxation Exemption Needed for All Energy Carriers

EU Commission

EU needs to remove disparities in energy taxation to boost decarbonization efforts.

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UK Needs a Deal, Not Chartered-In Ships


UK Chamber of Shipping believes the UK Government's plans to charter in ships would not be a smart move. 

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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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Report: EU Has Capacity to Break Its Ships


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

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EU Needs to Speed Up Approvals of Asian Shipbreaking Yards


The EU should faster approve Asian shipbreaking yards to allow the implementation of regulations.

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EU Takes Action to Shield Itself from US Tariffs


The European Union has introduced “provisional safeguard measures” concerning imports of a number of ...

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EC Adopts Proposal to Simplify Ship Reporting

The European Commission adopts a proposal aimed at simplifying ship reporting requirements.

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EU Member States Push to End Reporting Burdens for Ships

EU Member States call on EC to present an ambitious proposal on revising the Reporting Formalities Directive.

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Four Car Carriers Hit with USD 486 Mn Cartel Fine

CSAV, "K" Line, MOL, NYK, and WWL-EUKOR involved in a car transport cartel, EC finds.

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ECSA: Indonesia's New Shipping Law Raises Concerns

European shipowners expressed their concern over Indonesia's new decree on maritime transportation.

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EU Moves Toward Better Protection of Seafarers

The European Council has adopted a directive which is set to provide seafarers with protection from abandonment at ...

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ICS: EU Decision to Revise EU ETS Demonstrates Faith in IMO

The recent decision by the European Union not to include shipping within the full scope of the regional EU ...

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EU to Act on Shipping Emissions from 2023 If IMO Fails

The European Parliament and Council have today reached a provisional agreement to revise the EU Emissions Trading ...

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EU Court Slashes Spain’s Fine for Port Reform Delays

The European Union’s Court of Justice has fined Spain with EUR 3 million (USD 3.4 million) for failing to ...

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