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A new report outlines the shipping industry’s plans for decarbonization


The world today is going through extraordinary change. For the energy industry, there are great challenges, from the longer-term effects

MSC Responds To Recent EU Shipping Carbon Emissions Data Analysis


MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), a global leader in shipping and logistics, is heavily investing in its fleet and low-carbon

Bunker Market this morning, 8th July, 2020


Oil prices settled little changed on Tuesday as demand concerns due to a new surge in coronavirus cases overshadowed U.S.

Optimarin successfully completes IMO G8 and USCG test programme


Ballast water treatment (BWT) specialist Optimarin has successfully completed testing of its market proven Optimarin Ballast System (OBS) in accordance

ClassNK Joins the Maritime Transportation System ISAC to Help Address Cybersecurity Risks


Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (“ClassNK”) joined the Maritime Transportation System Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MTS-ISAC) as part of a growing

Fuel oil tightness means shipowners pay more for bunkers in ARA

This year so far has been full of events which have affected many global markets, including the bunker market.

Shipping sector prioritises five solutions for decarbonisation


Shell together with Deloitte Netherlands and Deloitte UK today published joint research outlining industry perspectives on decarbonising the shipping sector. The “Decarbonising Shipping: All Hands on Deck” report sets out the views of senior shipping executives from across the sector

European Parliament: Shipping industry must contribute to climate neutrality, say MEPs: New target of 40% reduction in C

To decarbonise maritime transport, the Environment Committee voted on Tuesday to include CO2 emissions from the maritime sector in

MSC Continues To Invest In Decarbonising Shipping


MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company, a global leader in shipping and logistics, is heavily investing in its fleet and low-carbon technology

New Wärtsilä Compact Reliq adds flexibility to the growing LNG market


The technology group Wärtsilä introduces its Compact Reliq reliquefaction plant. The system is designed to reliquefy boil-off gas (BOG) onboard gas carriers and LNG bunker vessels, and for keeping the cargo cool under all operational conditions. Its compact design enables

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