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Underwater drone reveals 50m-long gash in Nord Stream pipeline
A Blueye Robotics drone has revealed a vast length of underwater Nord Stream pipeline that could only have been caused by one or more massive underwater explosions, experts say. No gas has been pumped through the pipeline since September 26, worsening Europe’s energy crisis as the cold months of winter approach... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



NASA: IMO’s global sulphur cap slashed air pollution from shipping
The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) global sulphur cap has reduced artificial “ship track” clouds to record-low levels, a new study conducted by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) shows... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



EU Parliament sets 2 pct target for renewable fuels use
The European Parliament adopted the FuelEU Maritime report, voting in favor of a 2% mandate for green shipping fuels by 2030. The report establishes a clear trajectory for greenhouse gas intensity reductions calling for the maritime sector to cut its GHG emissions from ships by 2% as of 2025,.. -Offshore Energy

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



Cruise industry ’continues to lead the way’ on net zero
The cruise industry is spearheading progress towards net zero emissions, according to Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) President and CEO Kelly Craighead following the release of the association’s 2022 Global Cruise Industry Environmental Technologies and Practices Report... -Seatrade Cruise News

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



Safety and seafarers’ wellbeing are key priorities
The 2022 SAFETY4SEA Forum took place virtually from 19 to 20 of October 2022, focusing on key safety issues and latest updates of the regulatory agenda for the maritime industry and priorities on the agenda to move forward... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



Kenya: Govt. partners with Bank to train youth on maritime jobs
At least 600 youth are set to benefit from a three-year partnership between KCB Bank, KCB foundation and Kenya Maritime Authority (KMA) aimed at training and empowering them with skills that will enable them to secure overseas jobs as seafarers... -Capital FM Kenya

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



Dive boat captain faces new charge in California’s worst modern maritime disaster, which killed 34
More than three years after 34 people were killed in California’s worst maritime disaster in modern history, the captain of the Conception dive boat faces a new federal indictment as a legal battle over his culpability rages on... -Yahoo News

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



Mintra Secures Digital learning contract with Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement
Digital learning and human capital management specialist Mintra has been awarded a three-year contract by Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM) to provide digital learning for more than 20,000 seafarers... -Mintra

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



TCI: Police & customs stage joint maritime operation
The crackdown on illegal activity continues on the Turks and Caicos Islands as the police, customs and immigration have joined forces to beef up patrols at sea to catch irregular migrants and contraband smugglers... -Loop News Caribbean

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



Australia: Legislation to update maritime environmental rules
A BILL that is currently before parliament aims to implement amendments in domestic legislation to meet Australia’s international obligations as a signatory to MARPOL and the International Convention on the Control of Harmful Anti-fouling Systems on Ships... -Daily Cargo News

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



What you need to know when sourcing crew from Africa
Late last month, some of the most powerful figures in the maritime community assembled in Singapore to attend the Maritime CEO Forum. Carl Schou, president and CEO of Wilhelmsen Ship Management, said Africa was coming up as a potential source of new crew... -Splash 247

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



Japan: MOL Visits Junior High School Students For In-Person Presentation
President & CEO: Takeshi Hashimoto) today announces that on September 29, one of its onboard officers visited Ono Junior High School in Masuda-shi, Shimane Prefecture, to make a presentation on the maritime shipping industry for 28 students of the school... -Marine Insight

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



Smaller Vessels Key to Shipping Sector Decarbonisation
Following recent remarks from the UN Secretary-General imploring the maritime sector to hasten its efforts towards net zero, a prominent marine solutions supplier is highlighting the key role smaller vessels can play in ongoing decarbonisation... -All About Shipping -

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



The winners of the 2022 SAFETY4SEA Awards announced
SAFETY4SEA announced the winners of the 2022 SAFETY4SEA Virtual Awards on Wednesday, October 19th, recognizing the industry’s outstanding practices for Safety Excellence, Sustainability, Training, Technology, Initiative, Personality and Leadership... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



High seas, high stakes, high crimes
The High Seas are a lawless frontier, dominated by gritty characters and urgent concerns. The Outlaw Ocean Project has shed light on the world’s oceans for over eight years through reporting at sea on all seven oceans and more than three dozen countries... -Oceanographic Magazine

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



Ferry capsized, sank at berth, Indonesia
Passenger ro-ro ship SATYA KENCANA III lost stability, developed list and capsized in Kumai port, Southern Kalimantan, Indonesia, at around 0230 LT (UTC +7) Oct 19. Heavy truck was to roll out to berth, but the ship suddenly listed, with truck adding up momentum to list... -Fleetmon

Posted On:20-Oct-2022



Fishing vessel sank after collision with Danish cargo ship, Italy
General cargo ship MIKA collided with local fishing vessel at around 0515 LT Oct 19, 11 nm off Ravenna, Italy, while en route from Rasa Croatia to Ravenna. Fishing vessel sank, MIKA rescued 5 fishermen who were on board, and resumed sailing... -Fleetmon

Posted On:20-Oct-2022


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