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Comparative analysis of candidate mid-term GHG measures

Maritime and Ports IMO - 2023-05-26

An Expert Workshop on a "comparative analysis of candidate mid-term GHG reduction measures" to further support IMO’s considerations of candidate measures to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions took place at IMO …

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Shipping is long on optimistic claims but short of good optimisation data

Maritime and Ports Splash247.com - 2023-05-25

A new technology gold-rush is confusing buyers and encouraging providers to make unrealistic comparisons, writes Anders Bruun, CEO Coach Solutions. …

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ICS calls on governments to set the course towards a net zero future in July

Maritime and Ports ICS - 2023-05-25

In 2023 July, governments at the UN body the International Maritime Organization (IMO), will set a course towards a net zero future. …

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Accurate data paramount as new emissions regulations kick in

Maritime and Ports Splash247.com - 2023-05-23

Over the past five years, the shipping industry has undergone a significant shift towards sustainability, driven by new regulatory and commercial changes. …

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Shippers hold back on contracts amid uncertainty and ample capacity

Maritime and Ports The Load Star - 2023-05-23

A hazy outlook on how the market is going to develop, combined with currently ample ocean capacity, is causing shippers as well as logistics providers to postpone capacity commitments for the time being, according to executives of Seko L …

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Cosco's car shipping unit hooks up with PWL for European expansion

Maritime and Ports The Load Star - 2023-05-19

COSCO Shipping Car Carrier (CSCC) has ventured into the European automotive logistics market, after signing a collaboration agreement with German logistics group PWL Shipping on 2023 May 17. …

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Fossil gas: the greenwashing pill shipping wants you to swallow

Maritime and Ports Transport & Environment - 2023-05-17

Shipping is responsible for about 3% of global greenhouse gas emissions – more than the total national emissions of the entire German economy. …

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Political instability is a “Risk Multiplier” which is putting a successful green energy transition in maritime in jeopardy ICS report shows

Maritime and Ports International Chamber of Shipping - 2023-05-16

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) Maritime Barometer Report 2022-2023 – published 2023 May 16– reveals that uncertainty over fuel availability and infrastructure puts at risk ambitions to meet decarbonization targets, reinforci …

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Benefits of slow-steaming on emissions exaggerated, studies find

Maritime and Ports The Load Star - 2023-05-15

The emission benefits of slow-steaming may have been “grossly overestimated”, according to studies by Simpson Spence & Young, corroborated by research from Clarksons last week. …

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There is optimism in European shortsea sector as summer lull approaches

Maritime and Ports Project Cargo Journal - 2023-05-12

European shipowners active in the shortsea sector are still quite positive about the current state of the market, while bracing for the weakening market in the coming weeks.  …

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