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More attention needed to prevent barnacle fouling in ship niche areas, says I-Tech


Research commissioned by Swedish biotechnology company, I-Tech AB has confirmed that barnacle fouling is hugely prevalent in ship niche areas

Standard Chartered Joins an industry initiative to reduce carbon emissions in the shipping sector


Standard Chartered announced today that it has become a signatory to the Poseidon Principles, a global framework that aims to

The U.S. Can Help Eliminate Fossil Fuels from the Shipping Industry by 2035, New Report


Ocean Conservancy and Pacific Environment released a new report that provides a hopeful, achievable and most importantly a zero-emission vision

BIMCO asks the IMO to improve the ballast water record book


Due to conflicting interpretation of the records in the ballast water record book (BWRB) by external parties, ships’ crew are

Informal discussions focus on lifecycle GHG/carbon intensity of cleaner fuels for shipping


IMO has facilitated virtual informal discussion sessions (14-15 April) on lifecycle GHG/carbon intensity for potential future fuels for shipping.

Shipping will

China’s low-sulfur marine fuel exports at 2nd highest on record


China’s exports of low sulfur marine fuel in March rose 57% on year to the second highest monthly level on

ABS Consulting and Verifavia Shipping Partner to Deliver Turnkey IHM Solution to Maritime Industry


ABSG Consulting Inc. (ABS Consulting), a global risk management consulting company, has partnered with Verifavia Shipping, the leading independent global

China Classification Society issues China’s first hydrogen fuel cell type approval


China Classification Society (CCS) has awarded China’s first certificate of type approval for a marine fuel cell product to Wuhan-based

Singapore’s first hybrid electric ship classed by Bureau Veritas


Bureau Veritas (BV), a world leader in testing, inspection, and certification (TIC), has certified and classed Singapore’s first hybrid-powered ship.

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