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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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Ports to play key role in decarbonising UK freight transport, stresses new DUKFT report

Maritime and Ports trans.info - 2023-10-20

The Decarbonising UK Freight Transport report, titled “Accelerating Investment for Decarbonising UK Freight Transport,” has outlined several strategies for overcoming the challenges associated with decarbonizing road, rail, and …

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Major maritime companies join forces to cut emissions through triple win of operational efficiency

Maritime and Ports Global Maritime Forum - 2023-10-19

Leading maritime companies voice their ambition to adopt vessel optimisation strategies that can decrease annual fuel consumption by 20%, reduce annual emissions by more than 200 mi tonnes of CO2, and enable the uptake of more expensive, …

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Urgent action needed to reach 5% zero-emission fuel target by 2030, says new report

Maritime and Ports Offshore Energy - 2023-10-18

The developments are promising, but as the 2030 deadline looms closer, the need for essential advancements becomes increasingly urgent. …

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TRAN study presentation - Chinese Investments in European Maritime Infrastructure

Maritime and Ports European Parliament - 2023-10-18

This study looks at Chinese investments in maritime infrastructures through the lens of ‘de-risking’ for the first time. …

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Enhancing the appeal of maritime work, one vessel at a time: All Aboard Alliance launches Diversity@Sea pilot

Maritime and Ports Global Maritime Forum - 2023-10-17

The All Aboard Alliance, an initiative of the Global Maritime Forum, today announced a groundbreaking initiative, Diversity@Sea, that will see 11 companies pilot a series of test measures to make life at sea more inclusive and attractive …

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Liner shipping vessel sharing agreements to be regulated under general EU Block Exemption regulations

Maritime and Ports World Shipping Council - 2023-10-10

Following the publication today of its CBER Staff Working Document, the European Commission’s DG COMP has announced that it recommends letting the sector-specific Consortia Block Exemption Regulation (CBER) lapse, and that liner shipping …

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DNV has launched new guidelines for Onboard Carbon capture Systems on board ships

Maritime and Ports DNV - 2023-10-09

Different methods for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions will be necessary to achieve international, regional, and national emissions targets. …

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CE Delft: CII could cut EU shipping’s emissions by 30% if enforced correctly

Maritime and Ports Offshore Energy - 2023-10-05

Under the regulation, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) mandates that ships with a gross tonnage (GT) of 5,000 or more, falling under specific categories, must annually calculate their operational carbon emissions. …

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Poseidon Principles align with IMO’s raised ambitions

Maritime and Ports Offshore Energy - 2023-10-04

Pioneered in 2019 by Citi, Societe Generale, and DNB with the support of the Global Maritime Forum, the initiative now gathers 30 major shipping banks. …

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