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DNV and partners conclude phase 1 of EMRED JIP, agreeing on new framework for GHG reduction on offshore vessels

Maritime and Ports DNV - 2023-11-16

As the offshore industry is looking to decarbonize, DNV and partners including RWE, Vattenfall, Ørsted, Scottish Power Renewables, DEME, Cadeler, Jan De Nul Group, Ziton, Van Oord, Heerema, GustoMSC, Maersk Supply Service, Atheloen and F …

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New: Guidance on the Safety of Battery Energy Storage Systems

Maritime and Ports EMSA - 2023-11-14

EMSA has today released new Guidance on the Safety of Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) On-board Ships. …

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New report: the potential of hydrogen as a fuel in shipping

Maritime and Ports EMSA - 2023-11-13

The potential of hydrogen as a fuel in the shipping sector is analysed in a new report released by EMSA. …

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Severe transit restrictions on the Panama Canal due to drought-induced water shortage

Maritime and Ports trans.info - 2023-11-08

ACP has thus decided to reduce the daily transits of vessels from 29 to 25; in the coming weeks, the authority says that this reduction may be further escalated until it reaches a daily transit limit of 18 ships by February. …

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Greek Owners Top Global Cargo Carrying Capacity

Maritime and Ports Maritime Logistics Professional - 2023-11-08

BIMCO’s Chief Shipping Analyst, Niels Rasmussen, has revealed that Greek and Chinese shipping companies now own 34% of the global fleet’s cargo capacity, with Greek owners leading on cargo capacity. …

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Hyundai Glovis invests in world’s biggest Ro-Ro vessels

Maritime and Ports Automotive Logistics - 2023-11-06

By making the investment in the record-capacity vessels Hyundai Glovis is addressing the current shortage in ro-ro capacity. …

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Tanger Med and Port Said included in EU ETS directive

Maritime and Ports Offshore Energy - 2023-11-02

This latest update, however, brings a marked change in the way emissions are assessed, and it extends its reach beyond EU borders, heralding extra-territorial implications. …

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Vessel utilisation continues to decline

Maritime and Ports Port Technology - 2023-11-01

When combined with container demand data, blank sailings data may be used to calculate the underlying capacity utilisation on the key East/West trades. …

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EU ETS: What we know so far

Maritime and Ports Port Technology - 2023-10-30

In September, the European Commission revealed its plan to introduce the EU ETS to the maritime sector, with the implementation slated to commence in January 2024. …

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ESPO'S environmental report 2023: climate change again top priority for Europe’s ports

Maritime and Ports ESPO - 2023-10-23

The European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) has unveiled its Annual ESPO Environmental Report 2023 - EcoPortsinSights 2023, marking the eighth edit …

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