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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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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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A springboard to decarbonize cross-channel transport

Maritime and Ports Multimodal - 2023-03-22

Building on the recent policy statement from French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, climate-neutral cross-Channel transport reached a milestone as the Channel Ports and ferry operator DFDS have signed a …

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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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Norway and Singapore sign MoU with IMO on maritime decarbonisation

Maritime and Ports Offshore Energy - 2023-03-21

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), the Ministry of Climate and Environment of Norway, and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), to collectively undertake te …

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CMA CGM eyes car-carrier market boom as liners are ready to invest

Maritime and Ports The Load Star - 2023-03-21

French container carrier CMA CGM, already spreading its wings by entering the air cargo and logistics markets, is looking to charter four vessels, according to a well placed Loadstar source, in an attempt to benefit fr …

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CSC: Stronger 2030/2040 targets needed to boost climate action on shipping

Maritime and Ports Offshore Energy - 2023-03-17

Governments must use the upcoming meeting of the Intersessional Working Group on Greenhouse Gases (ISWG-GHG-14) to support stronger science-based climate targets for 2030 and 2040 that are vital for shipping’s energy transition, accordin …

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Maritime and Ports - 2023-03-16

The ESPO Award on Social Integration of Ports is entering its 15th edition, with the theme “Nature restoration projects in ports benefitting the local community”. …

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First Car Carrier Bunkered with LNG in Singapore

Maritime and Ports Maritime Logistics - 2023-03-15

Japanese shipping company Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) and FueLNG, a joint venture between Keppel Offshore & Marine Ltd and Shell Eastern Petroleum (Pte) Ltd, have completed the first bunkering to an LNG-fueled pure car and tr …

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Maximising vessel utilisation is key to reducing emissions

Maritime and Ports Project Cargo Journal - 2023-03-15

In the quest to reduce emissions from operations and comply with the ever stricter regulatory framework, maximising vessel utilisation is one of the keys to success. …

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