Regulation

With installing a ballast water treatment system (BWTS) shifting from being an option to a requirement, Andrew Marshall, ceo of Coldharbour Marine, stresses that owners need to be mindful to…
The upcoming stricter emissions control regulations will be to the advantage of bigger and more strongly capitalized companies such as Pacific Basin Shipping (PacBasin) ceo Mats Berglund said at a…
Paul Slater, chairman and ceo of First International Corp argues that the statistical evidence of CO2 emissions from shipping is deeply flawed. 
Norwegian ballast water treatment manufacturer Optimarin has installed more than 20 systems through its new ‘fast-track’ service launched last September. Company ceo Tore Andersen reveals that these sales, which command…
Parker Kittiwake has launched an innovative new device which can measure fuel sulphur content as well as various other metrics.
The shipping industry has lauded an initial strategy adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to reduce GHG emissions by at least 50% of 2008 levels by 2050, but others…
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) looks set to agree Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission cuts of at least 50% by 2050 as a week of difficult negotiations at the Marine Environment…
In something of a role reversal from when they overtook European shipbuilders in the 1960’s and 70’s Japanese yard executives are questioning subsidies and resulting low priced orders taken by…
The autonomous ship, and technological developments in maritime, were very much on the agenda with keynote speakers from Japan and Norway at the opening of Sea Japan 2018 in Tokyo…
Alisdair Pettigrew, managing director of BLUE Communications, and a consultant to several organisations in the marine environment space, writes in response to the article ‘Transparency audit and the IMO’, published…
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