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Why we need an e-fuel mandate for ships

Maritime and Ports Transport & Environment - 2023-01-23

Despite rising prices of fossil fuels, they are still highly expensive and not available yet for ships to use. …

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Seven new car carriers to be built for Anji shipping

Maritime and Ports Automotive Logisics - 2023-01-17

Two vessels from Jinling are expected to be delivered by November 2025, with a second batch of two at the end of March 2026. …

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Carbon pricing in shipping: is it feasible?

Maritime and Ports Project Cargo Journal - 2023-01-12

The shipping industry is currently largely excluded from domestic and international carbon pricing schemes. …

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Seafarers desperately need training to handle explosive lithium-ion batteries

Maritime and Ports Splash247.com - 2023-01-10

Simon Hodgkinson, head of loss prevention at West P&I, believes dedicated courses are a must to safeguard mariners’ lives. …

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Banking sector increases transparency in ship finance

Maritime and Ports Global Maritime Forum - 2022-12-16

More than two dozen international banks have reported emissions data of their ship finance portfolios in the third Poseidon …

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IMO MEPC 79: promising development towards effective global climate regulations for shipping

Maritime and Ports World Shipping Forum - 2022-12-16

In its first in-person session in three years, the IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee 79 (MEPC 79) addressed a broad array of issues, taking important steps forward on the path to impactful regulation to drive the decarbonisatio …

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COP27 casts light on shipping’s key role in decarbonisation

Maritime and Ports International Chamber of Shipping - 2022-12-14

Climate talks in Sharm El-Sheikh highlighted how shipping’s decarbonisation can spur the process in other sectors, as well as support sustainable development. …

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Stellantis to supply all-electric vehicle production at Ellesmere Port with new maritime logistics service

Maritime and Ports Stellantis - 2022-12-12

New maritime shipping route to supply Ellesmere Port plant with parts will take 14,700 lorry journeys annually off Europe’s roads Annual CO2 emissions reduced by 30% and energy consumption reduced by 37% compared to ro …

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Global Maritime Forum report lays out action plan for shipping’s long-term challenges and opportunities

Maritime and Ports Global Maritime Forum - 2022-12-07

The key message that echoed across the discussions was that the maritime sector must not lose the determination to face long-term challenges despite current uncertainties. …

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Council further strengthens role of seaports in the TEN-T network

Maritime and Ports ESPO - 2022-12-07

On Monday 5 December, the Transport Council reached a provisional agreement on the review of the TEN-T guidelines of 2013. …

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