Oslo Set to Become Zero-Emission Port

Oslo Port

Port of Oslo is looking to grow its business while cutting GHG emissions.

MOL Studying Installation of SOx Scrubbers

Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has entered into a joint study to equip vessels already in use ...

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Drewry: Megaships Not Delivering Mega Savings

The economies of scale that have been a key feature of the liner industry, may be running out, shows Drewry’s ...

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Switch From HFO to Diesel Not Enough to Save Our Lungs

Switch From HFO to Diesel Not Enough to Save Our Lungs

Measures taken so far to reduce exhaust fumes from ship engines by replacing heavy fuel oil (HFO) with diesel fuel ...

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Study: Mega-Ships Not that Mega After All?

With the ever greater inflow of mega-ships in the global fleet it seems that the cost savings introduced by these ...

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Study: LNG as Fuel the Way to Go for the Arctic

A study commissioned by WWF-Canada on marine fuel alternatives for use in the Canadian Arctic has found that the ...

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Nicaragua Canal Eco-Social Study Delivered

Nicaragua Canal Eco-Social Study Delivered

A British consultancy Environmental Resources Management Ltd. (ERM) has delivered an eagerly anticipated social and ...

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Collision-Related Spills at Gulf of Finland Could Quadruple

Collision-Related Spills at Gulf of Finland Could Quadruple

The risk of collision-related oil spills in the Gulf of Finland in the Baltic Sea could up to quadruple in the near ...

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Whales Lack Instincts to Dodge Ships

Blue Whales Lack Instincts to Dodge Ships

As the largest animals in the ocean, blue whales have not evolved defensive behaviors, which might explain why they ...

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UK Launches Maritime Growth Study

UK Launches Maritime Growth Study

The U.K. Government has launched the Maritime Growth Study, a major public consultation on future policy and ...

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BMT Sets Out Hong Kong Development Plan

Following an in-depth review of the containerised cargo market in Hong Kong, BMT developed a plan to enhance the ...

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EU Backs Bremen’s LNG Terminal Studies

The EU plans to invest almost €2.5 million via its TEN-T Programme for studies and pilot construction of a ...

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Seafarers Largely Unprotected from Infectious Diseases

Seafarers Largely Unprotected from Infectious Diseases

Estimating the threat from infectious diseases in seafarers and identifying occupational infectious diseases ...

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West Antarctic Melt Rate Tripled in Last Decade

West Antarctic Melt Rate Tripled in Last Decade

A comprehensive, 21-year analysis of the fastest-melting region of Antarctica has found that the melt rate of ...

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EU Funds Canary Islands LNG Storage Study

EU Funds Canary Islands LNG Storage Study

The European Union will through its TEN-T Programme back with almost EUR 500,000 (USD 617,000) a study on the ...

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UK Launches Study to Improve Maritime Industry

UK Launches Study to Improve Maritime Industry

The United Kingdom’s Transport Minister John Hayes has launched a wide-ranging study that will look at how to ...

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Maritime Traffic Up Fourfold in Two Decades

Maritime Traffic Up Threefold in Two Decades

Maritime traffic on the world’s oceans has increased 300 per cent over the past 20 years, according to a new study ...

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Port of Rotterdam Joins Nitrogen Compound Reduction Project

Port of Rotterdam Joins Nitrogen Compound Reduction Project

Port of Rotterdam has joined six nature and environmental organisations and Deltalinqs, the interest group for the ...

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Bulk Carriers to Cut Costs at Nowa Nowa

Bulk Carriers to Cut Costs at Nowa Nowa

Australia’s Eastern Iron Limited has received a scoping level report from independent shipping consultants, ...

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IMO Approves Third GHG Study 2014

IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) approved the Third IMO GHG Study 2014 providing updated ...

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USCG Opens Center for Arctic Study and Policy

USCG Opens Center for Arctic Study and Policy

Officials at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy established the Center for Arctic Study and Policy (CASP) in a ceremony ...

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India’s Shipping Logistics Costly and Inefficient

India's Shipping Logistics Costly and Inefficient

India may sequence its agreeing to the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement depending on its strategic interests, but ...

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