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As the Norwegian government moves to be one of the leading actors in the push to green shipping Prime Minister Erna Solberg says their experience is these investments pay off.
Sweden’s Swedegas and FordonsGas have penned a new agreement to make bunkering available for liquefied biogas (LBG) at the port of Gothenburg.
Nasdaq-listed Euroseas has signed an agreement to purchase four secondhand vessels and refinanced two vessels to free up cash.
Prosafe and Floatel International have entered into a merger agreement to create a bigger company to ride through the prolonged industry downturn and challenging operating landscape for offshore accommodation.
A fully-electric ferry Ellen E-ferry is set to enter passenger operations in Danish waters at the beginning of July, following a baptising ceremony on 1 June.
Classification society DNV GL has called for much faster release of casualty investigation reports as it places a renewed emphasis on maritime safety.
The issue of data quality is the biggest challenge in using big data to operations and other business areas, according to DNV GL ceo Remi Eriksen.
With IMO’s 2050 greenhouse gas (GHG) emission targets requiring as yet unknown innovations to meet them DNV GL chief Remi Eriksen says owners should have optionality designed into new vessels…
The premise of DNV GL panel on IMO 2020 at Nor-Shipping 2019 seemed to be that with less than seven months to go certainly at least the top players should…
Shipowners opting to use scrubber technology starting 2020 should be prepared to face mandatory scrubber washwater monitoring, according to water quality monitoring technology firm Rivertrace.
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