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“Air quality & emission measurements in ports at the forefront”: The outcomes of Poseidon Med II workshop in Piraeus


Air quality, the leading priority of European ports, was the focus of last Friday discussion, organised by CERTH within the European co-funded project Poseidon Med II, which took place at Piraeus Port Authority, bringing together executives from the shipping and

PPR 5: Review of IMO guidelines for EGCS creates debate


The International Maritime Organization has agreed to update the 2015 Guidelines for exhaust gas cleaning systems (EGCS Guidelines) to clarify a number of issues, and it is proving challenging to strike a balance amid fears the review could make the

UK Ports: A future of prospects


With UK ports contributing billions of pounds to the UK economy, Brexit could offer Europe’s second-biggest ports industry a golden opportunity

As an island nation, the UK depends on its ports and harbours to facilitate the country’s diverse export industry and

Tight oil remains the leading source of future U.S. crude oil production


EIA's recently released Annual Energy Outlook 2018 (AEO2018) Reference case projects that U.S. tight oil production will generally increase through the early 2040s, when it will surpass 8.2 million barrels per day (b/d) and account for nearly 70% of total

World’s first LNG-fuelled bulk carrier delivered


Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) and ILSHIN LOGISTICS have successfully delivered the world's first LNG-fuelled bulk carrier under the dual-class of Lloyd's Register (LR) and Korean Register. The 50,000 dwt bulk carrier has also been verified to be in compliance with

Why the commodity rally will get back on track


Are we in the early stages of a sustained rise in commodity prices? And what does it mean for the US dollar?

We posed these questions a year ago when robust global economic growth was driving commodity demand and the US

BP: Energy demand grows as fuel mix continues to diversify


The 2018 edition of BP’s Energy Outlook is published today and considers the forces shaping the global energy transition out to 2040 and the key uncertainties surrounding that transition. The speed of the energy transition is uncertain and the new

Fitch: Electric Vehicle Growth Could See Oil Demand Peak By 2030


Electric Vehicle (EV) adoption is an increasing threat to oil demand, which could plausibly peak before 2030, Fitch Ratings says in a new report. This is not our core scenario, but developments in 2017 show how technological changes and greater

ING and EIB provide €300m to finance green shipping


ING and the European Investment Bank (EIB) today signed an agreement to support green investments for the European shipping market for a total value of €300m. ING and EIB will each contribute €150m to the facility. This agreement will ensure

Rotterdam: Less fuel oil and more LNG bunkered in 2017


In 2017, the sale of bunker oil – fuel for shipping – in the Rotterdam bunker port diminished from 10.1 million m3 to 9.9 million m3. Most bunkers contain fuel oil, in 2017, 8.3 million m3. The throughput of bunkered

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