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Regulation

The Sustainable Shipping Initiative (SSI) has highlighted its progress in four work streams aimed at improving shipping sustainability, covering finance, technology uptake, material management and ratings schemes.
Energy efficiency and the reduction in CO2 emissions from shipping currently go hand in hand with sound business practice; reducing your fuel consumption saves on the bottom line. At a…
Demand for more low-sulphur fuel for use in Emissions Control Areas (ECAs) will add to risks over bunker quality in the coming months, according Gunnar Kjeldsen head of DNV Petroleum…
"The shipping community is not equal, let's face it," was the message from Cargill Ocean Transport president Roger Janson, when asked about industry resistance to energy efficiency ratings schemes for…
A report by the International Association of Dry Cargo Shipowners has found the number of bulk carriers lost during 2012 represents a significant decrease over the 2011 figure.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) is calling for all future proposals for environmental regulation that impact on ships to be subjected to a full and proper cost benefit analysis…
The Marshall Islands Registry is set hit the milestone of 100m gt on its register by end of this year or early 2014.
Bureau Veritas (BV) has launched an initiative to develop tools allowing for safer transit of LNG cargoes in the Arctic.
As part of the implementation of the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) 2006, Panama Ship Registry has issued Circular 265 in which it defines who will benefit from MLC 2006’s welfare…
Indonesia's cabotage policy has been a success, according to officials as the number of locally flagged vessels doubled from 6,041 in 2005 when the policy was implemented to 12,536 as…
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