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India- Norway join hands to for a Green Maritime Sector
MoPSW (Ministry of Ports,Shipping and Waterways) is working diligently to develop the Maritime Sector as a goal of MIV 2030. In this regard 8th Norway-India Joint Working Group Maritime meeting was held on17th November,2022 in Mumbai. The meeting was Co-Chaired by Mr. Rajesh Kumar Sinha,.. -PIB

Posted On:18-Nov-2022



Science-based emissions targets created for maritime sector
Science-based Target Initiative’s (SBTi) targets for maritime show that private sector corporations can align with 1.5°C limits by adopting strategies to decarbonise by 2040... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:18-Nov-2022



Anxious wait for return of Indian sailors stuck in Nigeria
The crew, of which 16 are Indians, is currently held in Nigeria, where they were produced before a court in the oil hub Port Harcourt this week, Prispan’s wife Salo told TNIE... -The New Indian Express

Posted On:18-Nov-2022



Philippines corrects course to meet global seafarer training standards
The Philippines said it has taken "corrective actions" after independent evaluators cited 15 areas of noncompliance to STCW Convention, along with 63 "observations." This is aside from the 23 grievances the Philippines had after an audit by the European Maritime Safety Agency, which checks compliance with standards of the European Union... -Philstar.com

Posted On:18-Nov-2022



WISTA International and the Maritime SheEO Announce a MoU in India
WISTA International and the Maritime SheEO officially announced the start of the formal partnership between the two organizations at the Maritime SheEO Conference in Mumbai this week. Following a successful history of working together on multiple projects, the organizations signed MoU at WISTA International Annual General Meeting in Geneva... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:18-Nov-2022



Australia’s workplace tribunal stops Svitzer lockout
Svitzer’s planned lockout at ports across Australia will not go ahead following a suspension from Australia’s Fair Work Commission (FWC). The company has now posted an update on its website confirming that the FWC hearing is underway to decide whether the action is suspended or terminated... -Port Technology International

Posted On:18-Nov-2022



IMO to discuss treatment of accused seafarers amid Heroic Idun controversy
The fair treatment of seafarers accused of maritime crimes will be discussed at the International Maritime Organization next year amid continued controversy over the three-month detention of a VLCC crew by Nigeria and Equatorial Guinea... -TradeWinds

Posted On:18-Nov-2022



World Maritime University commends NIMASA over gender inclusiveness
NIMASA has been commended for its policies of gender equality which have manifested in both the number of women employed by the agency as well as those sponsored for capacity development in the country and abroad... -ZAWYA

Posted On:18-Nov-2022



Abu Dhabi Maritime announces the launch of public water taxi service
Abu Dhabi Maritime has announced that it has launched a new Public Water Taxi service within the greater Yas Bay and Raha Beach community, in collaboration with Miral, Abu Dhabi’s leading creator of immersive destinations and experiences... -ZAWYA

Posted On:18-Nov-2022



Two Offshore Construction Vessels Assist Refugees in the Mediterranean
With the migrant crisis continuing across the Mediterranean more commercial ships are encountering people at sea or being asked to provide assistance. This week, two more commercial ships have become involved while global aid and humanitarian groups continue to call for a more comprehensive response... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:18-Nov-2022



Scrubbers - a maritime mainstay
While many see scrubbers as a minimal investment to comply with emission regulations, Aleksander Askeland, Chief Sales Officer (CSO) of Yara Marine Technologies (YMT) suggests that they may be a mainstay within the industry as fuel uncertainty continues to loom... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:18-Nov-2022



Maritime start-up alliance formed
A group of maritime tech founders has launched a new group to advocate for industry changes to reduce friction for innovation and boost resources for start-ups facing go-to-market hurdles. Ocean Founders will run a mix of closed-door and public meetings with start-up founders, to shed light on hurdles obstructing innovation in the sector... -Smart Maritime Network

Posted On:18-Nov-2022



IMO Secretary-General arrives Nigeria for International maritime summit
The Secretary General of IMO, Kitack Lim, is scheduled to visit the Federal Republic of Nigeria from November, 20 — 22, 2022. During his visit, the Secretary General will attend the Nigeria International Maritime Summit 2022... -Daily Sun

Posted On:18-Nov-2022



Disney Cruise Line buys 1st green methanol-powered mega cruise ship
U.S.-based cruise shipping company Disney Cruise Line has decided to acquire cruise ship Global Dream, currently under construction at German shipyard Meyer Werft, which will be one of the first in the cruise industry to be powered by green methanol... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:18-Nov-2022



World’s 1st wind-powered bulker wraps up maiden voyage
The world’s first bulker equipped with Wind Challenger, a hard sail wind power propulsion system, has completed its maiden voyage round trip back in Japan, Port of Noshiro. Owned by MOL, the coal carrier Shofu Maru finished its maiden trip on 15 November... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:18-Nov-2022



Cargo ship grounding in Sulina Channel, Danube
General cargo ship LEO I loaded with ore ran aground in Sulina Channel, Danube, Romania, at around 1000 LT Nov 15. The ship was refloated with tug assistance at around 1220 LT, and anchored downstream from Tulcea for inspection... -FleetMon

Posted On:18-Nov-2022


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