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IMO finalizes directive to prevent pollution in the Arctic
The IMO Subcommittee on Pollution Prevention and Control PPR 11 recently concluded with an agreement on guidelines to prevent pollution in the Arctic marine environment. These guidelines will be put forward to the IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee for approval. Key agreements include measures to reduce soot emissions and mitigate risks in using HFO fuel in Arctic waters... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:27-Feb-2024



India Has the Potential to Fuel the Next Growth Cycle for Tankers
The tanker market is poised for growth due to India's expanding role in the global economy and increasing oil and refining needs. With plans to raise refining capacity to 9mbd by 2030, significant new investments are needed. If successful, India's impact on tanker markets will be significant, especially in the Atlantic basin... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:27-Feb-2024



Houthis Ramp Up Pressure as US-Flagged Tanker Escapes Disaster
A missile fired by Yemen's Houthis missed the U.S.-flagged oil tanker Torm Thor in the Gulf of Aden, according to U.S. Central Command. Houthi attacks on ships have escalated, leading to heightened shipping risks. The Houthi group bans ships affiliated with Israel, the U.S., and Britain from sailing in surrounding seas... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:27-Feb-2024



Filipino Seafarersí Magna Carta Signing Postponed
The Philippines President's decision not to sign the Magna Carta of Filipino Seafarers into law came as a surprise during a livestream event where two other bills were signed. The bill was withdrawn due to jurisdictional issues transferring disputes from the Department of Labor to the International Labour Organization... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:27-Feb-2024



Greece agrees to lead EU maritime security operation in Red Sea
Greece has formally agreed to participate in and lead a European Union maritime security operation in the Red Sea to protect commercial shipping from attacks by Houthi militants in Yemen. A security committee headed by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Monday ordered the participation of a Greek frigate in the Aspides operation that was launched last week... -The Times of Israel

Posted On:27-Feb-2024



No respite in crew mental health cases
There is a significant increase in the number of contacts concerning mental health issues across the helplines operated by ISWAN. Its latest findings over the course of the final quarter of 2023, the surge sheds light on the challenges in maintaining wellbeing at sea, particularly concerning abuse and personal life stressors, with women seafarers disproportionately affected... -SuperyachtNews.com

Posted On:27-Feb-2024



Bokaro Steel Plant Sets Sail in Maritime Sector with Historic Certification
In a remarkable leap towards innovation and excellence, the Bokaro Steel Plant (BSL), under the adept leadership of Atanu Bhowmik and B.K Tiwari, has etched its name in the annals of industrial achievement by becoming the first unit under SAIL to garner the prestigious Works Approval Certificate for Normal and High Strength Ship-Building Quality Steel... -BNN Breaking

Posted On:27-Feb-2024



US Sanctions Prevent LNG Tankers from Accessing Russian Arctic Project
A new round of US sanctions targets owners of LNG tankers at a South Korean shipyard intended for Novatek's Arctic LNG project. Sanctions complicate shipping operations further. Elixon Shipping, Azoria Shipping, and Glorina Shipping, based in Cyprus, face sanctions. Novatek faces challenges securing transportation capacity for its Arctic LNG 2 plant... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:27-Feb-2024



ITF Grants Approval to Nigeria for Seafarers Recreational Centre
The International Transport Workersí Federation UK has approved a grant to Nigeria through the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria, MWUN, to build a Seafarers Recreation Centre in partnership with NIMASA. The grant approval process endured three years of assessment, ensuring a safe investment in the Nigerian maritime industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:27-Feb-2024



PPA coordinates aid to family of Bohol ferry crew fatality
The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has coordinated financial assistance and benefits for the bereaved family of a ferry crew member who died after falling overboard and killed by the vesselís propeller in Bohol on Feb. 23. The PPA said financial assistance from Ocean Fast Ferries Inc. has already been given to the grieving family of the victim Marcelo Casulocan on Sunday... -pna.gov.ph

Posted On:27-Feb-2024



Methanolís Super Fuel Storage Solution Gains Popularity
Methanol emerged as the top choice for decarbonization in shipping in 2023, with a 'Methanol Superstorage' solution making it viable for both retrofits and newbuilds. The shift towards methanol offers a practical and economically viable route to lower carbon emissions, paving the way for a greener future in the industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:27-Feb-2024



Red Sea Diversions Having Widespread Impact on UK and EU Businesses
New research by the British Chamber of Commerce uncovered the scale of the impact on UK businesses caused by the disruption to shipping in the Red Sea. While some economics organizations have said they expected the impact to level off, the private UK organization representing a broad range of businesses is warning of the widespread consequences,.. -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:27-Feb-2024



Settlement Reached by Seatrim in Decade-Old Corruption Case in Brazil
Singapore-based Seatrium has settled bribery charges in Brazil related to offshore engineering contracts. Investigations into predecessor companies Sembcorp Marine and Keppel Offshore & Marine have also been renewed. The case is part of the larger "Operacao Lava Jato" scandal in Brazil. Seatrium will pay approximately US$135 million and comply with post-closing obligations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:27-Feb-2024



Marine industry unites for decarbonisation in IMEA
The International Electric Marine Association (IEMA) has grown to 40 members within half a year after its formation. The organisation is working towards decarbonising the marine industry across the "world's waters" and claims its reach extends across Europe to Asia and the South Pacific... -electrive.com

Posted On:27-Feb-2024


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