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More than 200 representatives from Getting to Zero Coalition members convened virtually this week for the Coalition’s second biannual working session with the objective of advancing the ambition of having commercially viable zero emission vessels operating along deep sea trade routes by 2030.
Comments Off on Shipping’s Decarbonization: The Getting to Zero Coalition Sees Momentum Building / 4th September 2020
As part of its pledge to undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility, global seismic player PGS has signed a cooperation agreement with SurplusHub, the global online portal for selling and buying surplus oil, gas and shipping equipment and materials.
Comments Off on PGS Signs Agreement With SurplusHub to Divest Redundant Equipment / 2nd September 2020
Zero emission fuels and technologies for maritime shipping need to be commercially viable by 2030 to meet decarbonization targets. This requires urgent action by stakeholders from across the maritime sector.
Comments Off on Getting to Zero Coalition: New Mapping of Zero Emission Pilots and Demonstration Projects Underway / 28th August 2020
This year’s service will take place via the Mission’s Youtube channel and website and is an opportunity to focus on the world’s seafarers and let them know that they are celebrated and valued.
Comments Off on The Mission To Seafarers Announces Online Broadcast Of Annual Sea Sunday Celebrations / 6th July 2020
In place of an in-person Summit this year, the Global Maritime Forum will organize an interactive Virtual High-Level Meeting this October to bring together its community of decision-makers from around the world.
Comments Off on Global Maritime Forum Postponed Until 2021 / 27th May 2020
Ammonia is one of a number of options to be a marine fuel of the future. One of the key elements in the group’s approach is to look at the broader spectrum of implications for many ship types and different operational requirements, including bunkering and port operations.
Comments Off on Ammonia A Safe Fuel For The Shipping Industry Of The Future? / 23rd April 2020
With only ten years left to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, world leaders at the SDG Summit in September 2019 and the UN Secretary-General called on all sectors of society and the youth to mobilize for a Decade of Action and delivery for sustainable development.
Comments Off on UN Sustainable Development Goals: Global Maritime Forum Turns to Youth / 1st April 2020
To mitigate the risks of an increasingly fragmented and complex bunkering marketplace, VeriFuel is calling on the industry to work together more effectively to find solutions that support the smooth transition to new fuels.
Comments Off on Ahead of 2020, VeriFuel Urges Cooperation and Transparency Across The Marine Fuel Supply Chain / 18th February 2019
ACO Marine Managing Director Mark Beavis explained the boom in the river cruise market is one of the main driving forces behind the ramp up in production.
Comments Off on ACO Marine to Meet Increased Demand for Stainless-steel Wastewater Treatment Products / 7th January 2019
Affordable Hull Cleaning Brought to the Panama Canal By HullWiper in Partnership With Talleres Industriales
As the key transit point for vessels sailing between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, the Panama Canal is a gateway to the world and the obvious choice for HullWiper’s first operational location in the Americas.
Comments Off on Affordable Hull Cleaning Brought to the Panama Canal By HullWiper in Partnership With Talleres Industriales / 16th October 2018
Since mid 2015 when MCA first approved a Thailand based seafarer training facility, the growth of that destination as a popular focus for both advanced seafarers and also entry level crew to complete STCW 2010 and the new updating STCW courses, has been nothing short of astonishing.
Comments Off on Emergence of Thailand as a Maritime Training Centre / 9th May 2018
Thordon Bearings has joined a growing number of organisations to have signed up as a full associate member of the International Windship Association (IWSA), the organisation established to facilitate and promote the economic and environmental advantages of wind propulsion across the shipping industry.
Comments Off on Thordon Bearings Joins International Windship Association as a Full Associate Member / 24th April 2018
Thordon Bearings will present a paper at a major conference in Copenhagen, next week, where the polymer bearings specialist will emphasise how the adoption of green technologies can slash ship operation costs.
Comments Off on Adoption of Green Technologies Can Slash Ship Operation Costs / 14th March 2018
According to recent research published by Tel Aviv University’s School of Zoology, half the ships passing along the Mediterranean coast of Israel are carrying invasive ascidians, presenting a global threat to ecosystems around the world.
Comments Off on Hull Biofouling: Subsea Industries Welcomes Tau Research / 19th July 2017
Peter Stevenson now leads Aderco Ltd from their new offices in Hampshire with additional staffing levels to provide a best-in-class service. The company will also serve as a reporting line for the company’s worldwide network of distributorships. Peter Stevenson joined Aderco from Simplex-Turbulo earlier this year and is now beginning the next phase of the planned company strategy.
Comments Off on New Investment Committed by ADERCO in the UK for a Stronger Maritime Future / 4th February 2017