Environmental

US-based Ecochlor reports the opening of a new factory in North Haven, CT for production of the chlorine dioxide generator for its ballast water management system (BWMS) in order to…
In the medium term shipping should expect disruption in demand across a broad swathe of markets due to shifts in energy and consumer goods production.
With just a small percentage of ships fitting scrubbers owners are warned they will need secure availability of high sulphur fuel oil (HFO) in 2020 as the supply chain will…
The hype around the use of open-loop scrubbers is risking the loss of focus on key issues of human health and the environment, the Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems Association (EGCSA)…
The world’s third largest container line CMA CGM is continuing to hedge its bets on complying with the IMO 2020 sulphur cap with it reported to be opting for a…
Cosco Shipping’s ‘honeymoon period’ between it and the Greek state is essentially over, following the rejection by the state of much of Cosco’s investment plan for Piraeus port.
Singapore LNG is paving the way for its terminal carry out LNG bunkering operations with a new small-scale facility.
Wuhan has launched port optimisation plans along Yangtze river and Han river to upgrade its port structure and reduce port and ship emission in the region.
Greek containership owner Euroseas plans to burn low sulphur fuels to comply with the IMO 2020 0.5% sulphur cap.
International Maritime Organization (IMO) secretary-general Kitack Lim has called on all sectors of the maritime industry to be involved in achieving the ambitious Greenhouse Gas (GHG) cuts set for the…
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