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Mitsubishi splashes Toyofuji Shipping’s LNG-powered RoRo ship

Maritime and Ports Offshore Energy - 2024-06-07

Mitsubishi Shipbuilding, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), has held a christening and launch ceremony for the first of two new liquefied natural gas (LNG)-powered roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) ships under construction for Japa …

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RightShip and Green Marine announce partnership to advance maritime sustainability

Maritime and Ports Green Marine - 2024-06-05

RightShip, a leading global ESG-focused digital maritime platform, and Green Marine, an environmental certification program for the North American and European maritime industries, are thrilled to announce a landmark partnership aim …

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IMO presents pathway to net-zero shipping at Bonn climate talks

Maritime and Ports IMO: International Maritime Organization - 2024-06-03

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has outlined its latest progress and plans to decarbonize global shipping by or around 2050, in a submission to the Bonn Climate Conference.  …

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Hyundai Glovis orders six dual-fuel LNG car carriers in China

Maritime and Ports Offshore Energy - 2024-05-29

South Korean logistics company Hyundai Glovis, part of the Hyundai Motor Group, has ordered six 10,800 CEU LNG dual-fuel pure car and truck carriers (PCTCs) in China. …

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IMO champions maritime decarbonization at Global Supply Chain Forum

Maritime and Ports IMO: International Maritime Organization - 2024-05-28

IMO is advancing concrete measures to decarbonize shipping, while aiming to shield small island developing states and least developed countries from any potential negative impacts to their economies.   …

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Germany drafts action plan to promote climate-friendly shipping

Maritime and Ports Clean Energy Wire - 2024-05-28

In an effort to boost climate-neutrality in the shipping industry, the German government is bringing together representatives of the maritime sector, science, industrial and environmental associations and federal and state leaders to dra …

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Groundbreaking climate opinion from international court – States must go further to address GHG emissions

Maritime and Ports Hellenic Shipping News - 2024-05-22

States must take “all necessary measures” to prevent, reduce and control greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from any source – simply participating in global efforts is not necessarily enough. …

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Women in Maritime Day: Shaping the Future of Maritime Safety

Maritime and Ports Maritime Logistics Professional - 2024-05-17

This year’s International Day for Women in Maritime focuses on the crucial role of women in ensuring maritime safety worldwide, while highlighting the changing attitudes towards gender in the industry. …

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IMO Secretary-General spotlights seafarer safety amidst ongoing Red Sea attacks and resurging piracy

Maritime and Ports IMO: International Maritime Organization - 2024-05-15

IMO Secretary-General Arsenio Dominguez has underscored the plight of seafarers on the frontlines of maritime security threats, in light of ongoing attacks on shipping in the Red Sea as well as rising cases of piracy off the coast of Som …

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Decarbonisation of shipping could create up to four million green jobs

Maritime and Ports Global Maritime Forum - 2024-05-09

Decarbonisation of the global maritime industry could support the creation of up to four million green jobs by 2050. …

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