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Posted: about 1 year ago

New Report Identifies Countries Most Hit by Cruise Ship SOx Emissions

Ships operated by a single line emitted ten times more sulphur oxides than all of Europe’s 260 milli...

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  • Rules & Regulation
Posted: about 1 year ago
Posted: about 1 year ago

Cruise Ship Fined for Violating Norwegian Fjords’ SOx Limit

Global Cruise Lines’ MS Magellan violated the legislation on fuel sulphur limits in the world ...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: about 1 year ago
Posted: about 1 year ago

Denmark to Deploy Sulphur-Sniffing Drone in Its Waters

Denmark would deploy a large drone to check emissions from ships in its waters. ...

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  • Rules & Regulation
Posted: about 1 year ago
Posted: over 2 years ago

Study: Cleaner Ship Fuels to Benefit Health, but Affect Climate

Cleaner marine fuels will result in health benefits on a global scale, but more stringent standards ...

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  • Rules & Regulation
Posted: over 2 years ago
Posted: over 3 years ago

Denmark Bolsters Efforts to Sniff Out Sulfur Polluters

Danish Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has hired a compatriot startup company Explicit to moni...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 3 years ago
Posted: over 4 years ago

Union Maritime to Pay for Scrubber through Its Cost Savings

UK’s ship owner and operator Union Maritime (UML) has secured a deal with Pacific Green Technologies...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 4 years ago
Posted: over 4 years ago

IBIA: China’s Shenzhen to Introduce Low Sulphur Rule from October

China’s Port of Shenzhen is planning to introduce a requirement for ships to use fuels with no...

Posted: over 4 years ago
Posted: over 4 years ago

IBIA: Could Brexit Ease Sulphur Restrictions?

The prospect of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union has raised a number of questions regar...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 4 years ago
Posted: over 4 years ago

Denmark Reinforces Sulphur Emissions Control

With the new action plan for 2016, published by the Danish Maritime Authority and the Environmental ...

Posted: over 4 years ago
Posted: over 4 years ago

China to Decrease Sulphur Emissions in Ports

Ships, including ocean-going vessels, which operate in the areas near the Pearl River Delta, Yangtze...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 4 years ago
Posted: over 5 years ago

LR: Time to Adapt to New Emission Caps Fast Running Out

Lloyd’s Register has issued new emissions guidelines and updated technical information to help...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 5 years ago
Posted: over 5 years ago

New 0.1% ECA Fuel Launched in Colombia

Marine fuel supplier Bunkers International together with its JV partner,  CI Vanoil Ltda. have launc...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 5 years ago
Posted: over 5 years ago

Alfa Laval Marks Spike in Scrubber Orders

Throughout 2014 Sweden’s Alfa Laval saw steady growth in the orders of their marine exhaust ga...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 5 years ago
Posted: over 5 years ago

Skuld Advises Strict Compliance to ECA Rules

It has only been three weeks since the new ultra low sulphur regulations have come in to force in No...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 5 years ago
Posted: over 5 years ago

What Added Costs Will Sulphur Directive Bring?

Ships’ costs structures will change as increased bunker costs are unavoidable due to the lates...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 5 years ago
Posted: over 5 years ago

ICS Encourages Strict Sulphur Rules Implementation

The shipping industry is fully committed to total compliance with the 0.1% sulphur in fuel requireme...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 5 years ago
Posted: over 5 years ago

Trident Alliance Boosts Ranks

Fourteen more shipping companies have joined Trident Alliance,the shipping industry initiative for r...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 5 years ago
Posted: over 5 years ago

US Coast Guard, EPA to Monitor Sulphur Emission Compliance

The U.S. Coast Guard together with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will soon take act...

Posted: over 5 years ago
Posted: over 5 years ago

BIMCO Urges for Robust Enforcement of Sulphur Limits

The Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) is calling on governments to exercise “robust”...

Posted: over 5 years ago
Posted: over 5 years ago

ECSA Launches Sulphur Survey

European Community Shipowners’ Association (ECSA) has launched a survey to monitor the economi...

Posted: over 5 years ago
Posted: over 6 years ago

Drewry: Carriers Urged for Transparency on Low-Sulphur Surcharges

Carriers will need to provide transparent cost calculations to exporters and importers to justify th...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 6 years ago
Posted: over 6 years ago

Singapore Port to Offer LNG by 2020

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) is planning to establish LNG bunkering pilot prog...

Posted: over 6 years ago
Posted: over 6 years ago

Brittany Ferries Bins LNG Conversion Plan

French ferry operator Brittany Ferries has cancelled plans to convert several of its vessels to LNG,...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 6 years ago
Posted: over 6 years ago

IMO Kicks Off 67th MEPC Meeting

The Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) ...

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  • Rules & Regulation
Posted: over 6 years ago
Posted: over 6 years ago

Worldscale Association Sets 2015 Bunker Prices

In anticipation of higher freight costs triggered by more stringent environmental regulations for Em...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 6 years ago
Posted: over 6 years ago

SOHAR: Joint Effort Needed for Cutting Sulphur Emissions

 SOHAR Port and Freezone Executive Commercial Manager Edwin Lammers called on world leaders within t...

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  • Business & Finance
Posted: over 6 years ago