Environmental

As shipping industry leaders it's the duty of the Greeks "to present a realistic way of solving many of our global issues" says Greek Shipping Co-operation Committee chairman, Haralambos J…
Shipowners will neeed to do more than simply tweak existing vessel designs and business models if they are to meet the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) ambitious target to reduce greenhouse…
SEA\LNG has picked up another two members, with ship brokers Exeno Yamamizu Corporation and Fearnleys becoming the first ship broking companies to join the multi-sector industry coalition aiming to accelerate…
Bahrain shipyard ASRY has been contracted by Arab Maritime Petroleum Transport Co (AMPTC) to install ballast water treatment systems (BWTS) on part of its fleet.
Scrubbers are seeing a sudden upturn in interest and the largest US-listed dry bulk shipowner Star Bulk Carriers is installing 24 exhaust gas cleaning units on some of its larger…
Shipping has become increasingly competitive since the financial crisis hit in 2008. An oversupply of tonnage, combined with stricter environmental regulations, is driving shipowners and operators to look beyond ship…
French water microbiology expert aqua-tools has gained a head start in the ballast water testing market after gaining a foothold at Port of Singapore, the second largest container port in…
A BC Ferries vessel classed by ABS has returned to service after a liquefied natural gas (LNG) retrofit.
Talk of regulation was never very far away at Posidonia last week with the 2020 sulphur cap dominating, along with the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions question, and the Ballast Water…
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