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  • 12 January 2021
    Authorities & Government, Regulation & policy

    Turkey and Greece will continue exploratory talks over territorial claims in the Mediterranean Sea that almost brought the two to blows during 2020.

  • 11 January 2021
    Authorities & Government, Regulation & policy, Rules & Regulation

    Turkey has increased the levels of maritime pollution fines raising them by 9.11 %, according to the Standard Club. Environmental pollution fines are revised annually and declared in the Official Gazette for the respective year. The fines relate to pollution caused by cargo ships and other naval vessels discharging petroleum and petroleum derivatives, solid waster […]

  • 23 December 2020
    Business & Finance, Business developments & projects, Collaboration, Environment, Innovation, Outlook & strategy, Research & Development, Technology, Transition

    Italian oil and gas company Eni, CDP, and Snam have signed a Letter of Intent to start a strategic collaboration for the energy transition.

  • 22 December 2020
    Business & Finance, Business developments & projects

    Cenovus Energy and Husky Energy have obtained all of the key regulatory approvals required in connection with the combination of the two companies.

  • 17 December 2020
    Authorities & Government, Business & Finance, Business developments & projects, Project & Tenders, Transition

    Norway’s Equinor has awarded two key contracts in connection with the Northern Lights carbon transport and storage project.

  • 16 December 2020
    Authorities & Government, Human Capital, Regulation & policy, Rules & Regulation, Vessels

    Forty-five IMO Member States and one Associate Member, Hong Kong,  have now designated seafarers as key workers, a key step in resolving the ongoing crew change crisis.  Key worker designation is essential to exempt these professionals from specific COVID-related travel restrictions, allowing them to travel between their country of residence and ships, and to be repatriated at the end of their contracts. The restrictions […]

  • 8 December 2020
    Authorities & Government, Exploration & Production, Infrastructure, Regulation & policy

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan stated that he would not bow to threats regarding the dispute with Greece and Cyprus over maritime claims in the eastern Mediterranean as the EU foreign ministers met in Brussels to discuss the issue.

  • 2 December 2020
    Authorities & Government, Certification & Classification, Human Capital, Regulation & policy, Rules & Regulation

    The United Nations has adopted a resolution that calls on its members to designate seafarers and other marine personnel as key workers and implement relevant measures to allow stranded seafarers to be repatriated and others to join ships. The UN pointed to the need for an urgent and concrete response from all stakeholders, including the […]

  • 23 November 2020
    Business & Finance, Business developments & projects, Exploration & Production, Vessels

    Turkey is extending its seismic survey operations in the disputed area of the eastern Mediterranean by nearly a week, which could spark further tension.

  • 12 November 2020
    Collaboration, Outlook & strategy, Transition, Vessels, Vision

    The key economic, technical, and regulatory barriers to the early adoption of zero-emission technologies can be overcome by the first movers through collaboration, a new report developed by the Energy Transitions Commission for the Getting to Zero Coalition shows. The first wave of commercial-scale pilots to be implemented in the next five to ten years […]

  • 5 November 2020
    Business developments & projects, Exploration & Production, Infrastructure, Project & Tenders

    Turkey has begun drilling a second borehole on the Sakarya natural gas field in the Black Sea where it made its largest-ever discovery earlier this year with the Tuna-1 (Danube-1) well.

  • 29 October 2020

    The Energy Talk features Mark Paalvast, Technical Director at MO4, as he shares views on how the energy transition has picked up pace over the past few years. The MO4 technology aims to help the industry improve safety records, reduce CO2 emissions, increase workability and enhance overall project performance. Paalvast touches upon the potential of […]

  • 23 October 2020
    Authorities & Government, Business developments & projects, Exploration & Production, Infrastructure, Project & Tenders, Regulation & policy

    Turkey stated that there is a possibility that it would cooperate with foreign companies to develop its massive discovery in the Black Sea.

  • 13 October 2020
    Business developments & projects, Exploration & Production, Infrastructure, Project & Tenders, Vessels

    Turkish vessel Oruc Reis will carry out a seismic survey in the eastern Mediterranean over the next ten days, a move which will further test already tense relationships with Greece.

  • 1 October 2020
    Business & Finance

    Shell is restructuring its business in Germany as the energy transition progresses worldwide, the oil giant announced on 29 September, listing offshore wind and hydrogen as some of the key elements of its operations in the country. The company said it plans to participate in the production of electricity from renewable energy sources in Germany […]

  • 21 September 2020
    Vessels

    Louis Dreyfus Armateurs’ (LDA’s) new service operations vessel (SOV), which will be working at Ørsted’s Hornsea Two offshore wind farm, was launched on 21 September at Cemre Shipyard in Turkey. The Wind of Hope SOV, ordered in 2018, is expected to arrive at Ørsted’s operations and maintenance (O&M) facility at the port of Grimsby in […]

  • 14 September 2020
    Authorities & Government, Business & Finance, Business developments & projects, Exploration & Production, Project & Tenders

    Turkey is bringing in another drillship for operations in the Black Sea only weeks after announcing a giant gas discovery in the area.

  • 9 September 2020
    Exploration & Production, Infrastructure, Market outlooks, Outlook & strategy

    If Turkey develops the giant Tuna-1 (Danube-1) gas discovery, it could potentially save the country up to $21 billion in import costs, Rystad Energy estimates.

  • 2 September 2020
    Operations & Maintenance, Vessels

    Turkey’s Cemre Shipyard has launched the second of the three service operation vessels (SOVs) being built for MHI Vestas and Esvagt. The vessels are of the Havyard 831 L SOV design and will service the Borssele III and IV offshore wind farm in the Netherlands, the Triton Knoll wind farm offshore England, and the Moray East wind farm off […]

  • 1 September 2020
    Authorities & Government, Business developments & projects, Infrastructure, Project & Tenders, Regulation & policy, Vessels

    Turkey is carrying on with its exploration attempts in a disputed area of the East Mediterranean until mid-September which tensed up the relationship between Ankara and Athens even further.

  • 24 August 2020
    Exploration & Production, Infrastructure, Market outlooks, Outlook & strategy, Vision

    A gas discovery of the scale of Turkey’s Tuna-1 find in the Black Sea, if developed, would be transformational for the country, given its overwhelming reliance on imports and crippling energy import bill, according to Wood Mackenzie.

  • 21 August 2020
    Exploration & Production, Infrastructure

    Turkey has found significant gas resources in the Black Sea, a discovery which could help the country cut its dependence on energy imports if the gas can be commercially extracted.

  • 19 August 2020
    Business & Finance, Environment, Research & Development, Rules & Regulation, Transition, Vision

    The shipping industry is faced with a perfect storm. On the one hand, the pressure to decarbonize its operations and cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by abandoning the use of fossil fuels is rising, promising to change shipping as we know it. On the other hand, a global pandemic is reshaping the global trade creating […]

  • 13 August 2020
    Environment, Infrastructure, Vessels

    Canadian shipping company Canada Steamship Lines has sold the 35,656 dwt self-unloader MV Salarium for demolition in Turkey.

  • 31 July 2020

    Digitalization, big data, and new technologies such as artificial intelligence are key in enabling the post-COVID recovery, IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim told a webinar on Digital Connectivity and Data Standards. Lim added that the pandemic has affected us all, both socially and economically, and has had an unprecedented impact on shipping business and seafarers. The pandemic has shown that shipping, […]