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Japanese set out to develop engines for tomorrow’s alternative fuel mix

Maritime and Ports - 2023-04-06

Japan Engine Corporation (J-ENG) has set out to work with compatriot Akasaka Diesels to develop hydrogen and ammonia ship engines. …

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Automating port terminals causes a domino effect, claims union

Maritime and Ports The Load Star - 2023-04-04

New automated terminals create “an intensified competitive market” that forces existing local terminals to follow suit, a union has claimed. …

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China Merchants firms up methanol-fuelled car carrier orders

Maritime and Ports - 2023-03-30

China Merchants Energy Shipping (CMES) has moved forward to add more capacity in the car carrier segment by signing a firm deal for two new methanol dual-fuel 9,300 ceu ships. …

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Guidelines seek to cut lithium-ion battery carriage risks

Maritime and Ports Seatrade Maritime - 2023-03-29

The first in a series of documents on safely carrying lithium-ion batteries covers how the batteries operate, their regulatory classification as cargo, the risk of and causes of thermal runaway which can lead to fires, and the toxicity h …

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IMO GHG working group progresses work on revision of IMO climate strategy

Maritime and Ports International Maritime Organization - 2023-03-27

An IMO working group has made progress in developing the draft 2023 IMO Strategy on reduction of GHG emissions from ships.    …

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Shipping industry can save $50 bn through four enablers of operational efficiency

Maritime and Ports Global Maritime Forum - 2023-03-27

A new insight brief series from the Global Maritime Forum identifies four actions that maritime and shipping industries can take now to support shipping’s transition to a sustainable and resilient zero-emission future. …

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IMO green gathering points towards stricter regulations to come

Maritime and Ports - 2023-03-27

The 14th Intersessional Working Group on Greenhouse Gases (ISWG GHG 14) met last week at the headquarters of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), a loose stepping stone towards July’s 80th gathering of the Marine Environmental …

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Car carrier orderbook surges by 30% in opening three months of 2023

Maritime and Ports - 2023-03-24

The car carrier orderbook is surging, up by 30% in the year-to-date of 2023, and now represents 25% of the fleet on the water, according to data from Gersemi Asset Management. …

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Thames Freeport fully operational after final green light from UK Government

Maritime and Ports Offshore Energy - 2023-03-22

The Thames Freeport has been given the go ahead to formally constitute its board and start operating fully, following the approval of the final business case by the UK Government. …

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Pressure grows on shipping industry to accept carbon levy

Maritime and Ports The Guardian - 2023-03-22

Pressure is growing on the international shipping industry to accept a carbon levy on ships that would fund climate action in the developing world, with the World Bank among those pushing for the measure at a crucial internatio …

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