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WSC targets misdeclared lithium-ion cargo in new safety push

Maritime and Ports The Load Star - 2023-09-29

Liner lobby group the World Shipping Council (WSC) yesterday launched a new cargo safety project, aimed at reducing the risk of fire onboard ships.  …

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Ship Concept 2030: Are the world’s shipbuilders doing enough to foster innovation?

Maritime and Ports - 2023-09-28

Are shipyards doing enough for foster innovative designs? …

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New decarbonisation survey identifies gulf between frontrunners and conservatives

Maritime and Ports - 2023-09-27

A new survey by the Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) shows that most shipowners and operators see decarbonisation as a must, but data shows that major differences appear in their approac …

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Europe's ports express their concern about first signs of carbon and business leakage ahead of the start of the EU ETS for the maritime sector

Maritime and Ports ESPO - 2023-09-20

As part of the implementation process of the EU emission trading system (ETS) directive for the maritime sector, the Commission held a public consultation on the list of non-EU neighbouring ports that would fall under the “transhipment c …

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Europe’s shipping emissions back to pre-pandemic high

Maritime and Ports Transport & Environment - 2023-09-19

European shipping emissions reached an all time high last year, new Transport & Environment (T&E) analysis shows. …

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Up to 40 pct of global carbon-neutral fuels production in 2030 needed by shipping

Maritime and Ports Project Cargo Journal - 2023-09-14

On its path to decarbonisation, the shipping industry is looking at a major share of the future production capacity of carbon-neutral fuels. …

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Coastal states call for tenfold funding increase to German ports in energy transition

Maritime and Ports Clean Energy Wire - 2023-09-12

Clean Energy Wire Germany's ports require huge investments to maintain their crucial position in supplying energy and goods, and to keep up with the energy transformation, said coastal state lawmakers and industry representa …

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IUMI issues recommendations on safe carriage of EVs

Maritime and Ports Project Cargo Journal - 2023-09-01

There are growing concerns within the shipping community, including marine underwriters, about fires breaking out on car carriers and Ro-Ros with the assertion that many of these fires are attributable to electric vehicles. In respo …

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Regulators push for low-carbon bunker transition for net-zero 2050

Maritime and Ports Hellenic Shipping News - 2023-08-29

Maritime trades have been powered by residual fuels that emit high levels of air pollutants and greenhouse gases for decades, but a growing number of regulators are pushing vessel operators to use greener energy sources. …

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Blue ammonia to be abundantly available for maritime industry by 2027, says Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Center

Maritime and Ports Offshore Energy - 2023-08-24

Blue ammonia, an attractive fuel for the maritime industry, is expected to become available in significant quantities by 2027, with the potential for significant scale-up in production over subsequent years, according to a recent report …

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