The SSI, has announced that all of its members have signed a set of shared commitments to set a clear benchmark for sustainable shipping practices.
Monthly Archives : October 2014
DBR has delivered the last units of a substantial order totalling 42 marine generator sets for Damen Shipyards Gorinchem.
The wide participation in HELMEPA’s Month of Action for the Marine Environment, constitutes a hopeful sign.
The second GreenPort Cruise Conference, highlighted the latest environmental and sustainability issues facing global cruise terminals.
Japan announced ratification of the ballast water convention, and only 2.98% remains of the 35% global tonnage required to enforce the convention.
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New Miniature Navigation Systems: up to 0.2* Roll, Pitch and Heading
This article was created in the framework of the three-year-long Marine Environment and Science Awareness Campaign, implemented by HELMEPA across 12 Greek cities.
L’Orange has introduced L’ONOX, a new concept in the field of exhaust after-treatment for large marine, offshore, power plant and railway engines. With this innovation, the subsidiary of Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG, is providing an important component for compliance with the strict emission limits for large engines beginning in 2016.
The activities of the International Voluntary Coastal Cleanup Campaign across Greece carried on over the weekend, with the broad participation of the “HELMEPA Junior” Program’s – beach cleanup
8-9 December 2014, The Congress Centre, London Essential ballast water management guidance to prepare shipowners for Convention enforcement. Shipowner perspective from Saga Shipholding, Canada Steamship Lines, Van Oord and German Shipowners’ association. Review 10 years of testing BWMS…
Having been found grossly negligent” for its role in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, BP is currently seeking to appeal the verdict.
The request for appeal of last month’s verdict which was filed by the oil giant in an attempt to exculpate itself from liabilities in the amount of approximately $18bn (£11.1bn).
What is believed by scientists to be the biggest amassing of Pacific walruses on record is being attributed to climate change. Point Lay, an island in northwest Alaska, was the venue for the gathering of more than 35,000 of these portly…