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Nations Divided Over Fees on Shipping Industry Emissions
Nearly 50 countries, including the EU, Canada, and Pacific island nations most affected by climate change, are proposing a fee on carbon emissions in the shipping industry, while others are opposed to such charges, according to documents from ongoing talks reviewed by Reuters... -OilPrice.com

Posted On:19-Mar-2024



EU urged to lead the way in global maritime decarbonization efforts
CII, integral to global efforts to enhance energy efficiency in shipping and cut emissions, will be on the table for discussion as IMO members convene in London at MEPC 81. Delegates of the IMO will discuss policies and tactics to move forward with the groundbreaking greenhouse gas strategy, established in July 2023... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:19-Mar-2024



Korean Shipping Industry to Employ Kenyan Seafarers
Kenya and South Korea have signed an agreement that will create new opportunities for Kenyan seafarers. This Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) paves the way for Kenyans to secure employment on Korean shipping vessels, addressing a critical need in the Korean maritime sector... -Mwakilishi.com

Posted On:19-Mar-2024



Call for Stronger Measures to Protect Filipino Seafarers in the Red Sea
The fatal attack by Iran-backed Houthi rebels on a bulk carrier in the Gulf of Aden, resulting in the deaths of two Filipino seafarers, prompts the need for stronger remedial measures. The Department of Foreign Affairs emphasized this, as a House resolution aims to provide more safeguards for Filipino seafarers amid relentless attacks... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Mar-2024



Containership Upgraded with Complete Carbon Capture System
A shipyard successfully retrofitted a carbon capture system on a large containership, the Ever Top. The system, developed by Qiyao Environmental Protection, can capture and separate CO2 in the ship's exhaust with a high efficiency rate. This technology could extend the life of vessels by cleaning engine exhaust and reducing emissions... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Mar-2024



Clean and Pure
Shipowners have every incentive to ensure the cleanliness of their operations and go to great lengths to find the best solutions to keep environmental impact to a minimum. Ballast water and sewage need proper handling before discharge, and the penalties for noncompliance are steep in some jurisdictions... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:19-Mar-2024



Great Eastern Shipping Company Expands Into GIFT City for Ship Leasing Operations
The Great Eastern Shipping Company Ltd has established a unit in the International Financial Services Centre at GIFT City to focus on ship leasing. This move is part of the government's efforts to enhance Indian tonnage through tax incentives. The growth of Indian-flag shipping tonnage lags behind trade needs, with most cargo carried by foreign-flagged ships... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Mar-2024



Greenpeace Faces UN Expulsion Over Deep-Sea Mining Dispute
Environmental NGO Greenpeace faces potential expulsion from the UN's seabed regulatory agency following a clash with deep-sea mining firm The Metals Company. Greenpeace activists boarded The Metals Company's vessel, disrupting its operations and prompting legal action. The Metals Company accuses Greenpeace of hindering its scientific mission,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Mar-2024



Ministry of Ports Supports Brahmaputra River Projects for Economic Growth
The Sagarmala program will fund projects to enhance terminals and riverine infrastructure along the Brahmaputra River, improving connectivity and promoting economic growth. Slipways, passenger terminals, and ferry infrastructure will be developed across the region. With a focus on northeastern states, projects worth over Rs 1,000 crore are underway... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Mar-2024



South African Captain Missing After Vessel Found Burned in Mozambique
South African authorities are investigating the mysterious disappearance of charter boat captain John Matambu and his passenger after their vessel was found burned and abandoned in Mozambique. Foul play is suspected as the passenger provided false contact details and only one person boarded the boat. The search for the missing men continues... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Mar-2024



Kolkata Port poised for ₹800 crore upgrade
SMPK plans to award PPP projects worth over ₹800 crore in the next three months. Projects approved at Netaji Subhash Dock aim to increase container and cargo handling capacity. These projects, executed in DBFOT mode, are part of a larger effort to enhance efficiency and capacity within the port system... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Mar-2024



Cyclone Drives Bulker into Wharf Suspending Large Manganese Mine Operations
One of the world’s leading manganese mines was damaged on Monday by a cyclone impacting the northern reaches of Australia with reports suggesting the damage to the wharf could require extensive repairs. Australia’s GEMCO, jointly owned by South32 and Anglo-American, confirmed that operations had been suspended at its facility... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:19-Mar-2024



HIP welcomes its first LNG-powered ship
The first LNG battery-powered RORO vessel, NYK Line's Jasmine Leader, has arrived at Hambantota International Port (HIP) with transshipment cargo destined for Dammam and the Maldives. This environmentally friendly vessel offers reduced emissions and a lower risk of oil spills, representing the next generation of sustainable maritime transportation... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Mar-2024



Greek-Owned Fleet Shows Record Growth in Latest Report
The Greek-owned fleet has seen a significant increase in vessels, deadweight, and gross tonnage according to the latest GSCC report. With a record-breaking 4,212 vessels totaling 335.2 million dwt and 208.3 million gt, Greek shipowners are leading in modern vessel orders and have a strong orderbook of 373 vessels... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Mar-2024



Ongoing attacks complicate salvaging of Houthi ships
Efforts to limit environmental damage from sunken cargo ships due to Houthi attacks are on hold, as attacks continue to disrupt salvage operations. The incidents include a British-owned ship, Ruby Lake, and a Greek vessel, True Trust, prompting concerns over fuel leaks and fertilizer spills impacting marine life... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:19-Mar-2024



First steel cut for advanced Spain-made unmanned vessel
Spain’s GONDAN Shipbuilders has cut the first steel for an advanced unmanned vessel that will perform underwater maintenance and inspection missions. GONDAN Shipbuilders started the construction of the USV in collaboration with USV A/S, targeting a reduction of CO2 emissions by more than 90% compared to conventional methods... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:19-Mar-2024


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