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17
Jun 2021

The Panama Canal Authority has announced increases to both the maximum authorised draft and length for vessels using the Neopanamax locks.

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16
Jun 2021

California’s air quality regulators are reportedly set to vote on 21 July on a plan that would require two San Francisco-area refineries to install technology to curb their emissions.

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15
Jun 2021

Some 460,051 metric tonnes (mt) of marine fuel were sold in Panama last month, an increase of 18.9% on the 386,955 mt registered in May 2020.

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15
Jun 2021

The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) has signed a cooperation and development agreement with the biofuels producer Greenfield Global which will focus on ‘green energy solutions’ – with green hydrogen, ethanol and methanol ‘at the forefront’.

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14
Jun 2021

Argentina last week became the 100th Contracting State to ratify the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) MARPOL Annex VI regulations on cutting air pollution from shipping.

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09
Jun 2021

The Port of Long Beach and the Utah Inland Port Authority are working together to reduce air pollution and develop ‘cleaner, more cost-effective and innovative strategies’ to move goods between Long Beach and Utah.

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09
Jun 2021

Standard Club says the Brazilian Directorate of Ports and Coasts (DPC) / Navy have changed their previous guidance on the topic - and that the discharge of washwater from open loop and/or hybrid scrubbers is allowed within Brazilian Jurisdictional Waters.

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08
Jun 2021

Carnival Cruise Line has confirmed its plans to return to guest operations from Port of Galveston on 3 July with the Carnival Vista, followed by the return of operations on Carnival Breeze on 15 July.

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08
Jun 2021

Ahead of MEPC 76, the Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) and the Ports of Seattle and Tacoma have urged Secretary John Kerry, the Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, to press for ‘strong US action’ to reduce international maritime GHG emissions.

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07
Jun 2021

Carnival Cruise Line's LNG-fuelled Mardi Gras cruise ship has made its US debut, docking for the first time at Port Canaveral's Cruise Terminal 3.

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