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Gibraltar Port Authority Mobilizes Vessels to Clear the OS 35 Bulker Wreck
Efforts are underway to clear the wreckage of a bulk carrier that beached about 5 months ago off the coast of Gibraltar. The salvage operation for the bulker, “OS 35” is expected to begin in January 2023. The Authorities have set a deadline to completely clear the wreckage by May 30, 2023... -FleetMon

Posted On:20-Dec-2022



Thai navy searches for 31 sailors after vessel sinks
Thai military frigates and helicopters were on Monday searching for 31 sailors after a naval vessel sank, with dozens of others having been hauled from choppy waters. The HTMS Sukhothai capsized late on Sunday night as it was patrolling the Gulf of Thailand, about 37 kilometres (22 miles) off the nation's southeastern coast... -The Hindu

Posted On:20-Dec-2022



EU poised to start taxing shipping emissions in 2024
In the final round of talks over the weekend, the EU Council and the European Parliament hammered out a provisional political agreement on legislative proposals of the ‘Fit for 55’ package that aim to further reduce emissions and address their social impacts... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:20-Dec-2022



Mixed Berthing Officially Allowed In The Port Of Rotterdam
From the second week of January, inland vessels carrying hazardous cargo will be allowed to berth at about 50 mixed berths in the port of Rotterdam. This will allow so-called cone ships (named after the 1 or 2 blue cones specifying the cargo’s hazard category) to berth right next to each other and next to vessels without hazardous cargoes... -Marine Insight

Posted On:20-Dec-2022



Australia Launches Offshore Wind To Move Away From Coal
Australia officially opened its first offshore wind zone off the southern coast of Victoria, as the nation seeks to speed its energy transition away from fossil fuels. The zone, in the Bass Strait between Victoria and Tasmania, has the potential to host 10 gigawatts of wind capacity, the equivalent of around five coal plants, the government said Monday in a statement... -gCaptain

Posted On:20-Dec-2022



State-Of-The-Art Simulator Transforms Research And Development
A state-of-the-art facility which could play a critical role in the global offshore renewable energy sector and clean maritime s has been installed at the University of Plymouth. The Maritime Simulation Laboratory brings together a network of high-tech components that can be used to run a series of maritime scenarios in real time... -Marine Insight

Posted On:20-Dec-2022



Philippine government gets serious about crew reform as pressure mounts
The Philippine government has responded to mounting international pressure to reform its seafarer training by setting up a joint government and industry advisory board. The move comes after a meeting between shipping industry leaders and Philippine government representatives, including President Ferdinand Marcos Jr, in Brussels last week... -TradeWinds

Posted On:20-Dec-2022



Nigeria: Master Mariners To Govt: Stop Sponsoring Cadets Abroad For Pre-sea Training
The National Association of Master Mariners (NAMM) has urged the federal government to stop sponsoring cadets abroad for pre-sea training, following the rejuvenation at the Maritime Academy of Nigeria (MAN), Oron,.. -Leadership News

Posted On:20-Dec-2022



India, Sri Lanka to start passenger ferry service between Puducherry and Jaffna
Passenger ferry service is slated to commence from next month between India and Sri Lanka. The ferry service will connect the Kankesanthurai port in Jaffna district and Puducherry. Sri Lanka’s Ports and Shipping minister Nimal Siripala de Silva said that the Indian government had extended consent for the service... -NewsOnAIR

Posted On:20-Dec-2022



Zero-emissions tanker coalition expands
TotalEnergies has joined MISC Berhad, Lloyd’s Register, Samsung Heavy Industries, MAN Energy Solutions, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, Yara Clean Ammonia, and Jurong Port in the Castor Initiative... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:20-Dec-2022



Suez Canal Authority inks MoU with Maritime Anti-Corruption Network
The Suez Canal Authority (SCA) and the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to provide a framework for cooperation. The Suez Canal is a blackspot for petty corruption involving vessels transiting the waterway and MACN has been building its engagement with SCA... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:20-Dec-2022



Engine Manufacturers Get Ready for the Green Transition
More than anyone else in the maritime world, engine OEMs have to prepare for a future without fossil fuels, and they are working hard to build diesel power systems that are future-proof and ready to make the leap. Since the future fuel mix is not yet known for certain, one solution is in building flexibility into the product line... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:20-Dec-2022



EU Reaches Landmark Deal to Strengthen Carbon Market
The European Union reached an agreement to strengthen and expand its flagship carbon market, endorsing the centerpiece of the Green Deal strategy that aims to make its economy climate-neutral by mid-century. Under a provisional deal announced by representatives of EU member states and the European Parliament, emissions trading will be extended to road transport and shipping... -gCaptain

Posted On:20-Dec-2022



IMO designates the Mediterranean Sea as an emission control area
The Mediterranean Sea has been designated as an Emission Control Area for Sulphur Oxides and particulate matter at last week’s MEPC 79th session. The designation means that as of 1 May 2025 ships will be required to use marine fuel with reduced sulphur content. The permissible sulphur content will fall from the current limit of 0.5% to 0.1 %... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:20-Dec-2022



India: Lok Sabha passes Anti-maritime Piracy Bill to promote trade security
Lok Sabha passed the Anti-maritime Piracy Bill, 2019 that seeks to provide an effective legal instrument to combat piracy not only in territorial waters and the EEZ but also on the high seas... -Business Standard

Posted On:20-Dec-2022


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