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08
Feb 2023

Vessel monitoring and control solutions provider, Reygar, has won InnovateUK funding to develop new features for its BareFLEET product in collaboration with Singapore-based designer, builder, owner and operator of high-speed aluminium craft, Penguin International Limited.

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07
Feb 2023

In a UK government reshuffle announced today (7 February), Grant Shapps has been appointed the Secretary of State at the newly-created Department for Energy Security and Net Zero.

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07
Feb 2023

The British Ports Association says the UK Government’s newly launched Zero Emission Vessels and Infrastructure (ZEVI) is good news for ports that are mulling the installation of cold ironing infrastructure.

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07
Feb 2023

Bunker supplier Monjasa and HØST PtX Esbjerg, the Danish power-to-ammonia project managed by Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), have signed a Commercial Collaboration Agreement (CCA) covering logistics services and the offtake of green ammonia for the maritime sector.

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07
Feb 2023

Vopak is buying the shares of Gunvor Petroleum Antwerp from the Gunvor Group, which will give it access to the Gunvor concession in the Antwerp port area – and it is looking to work with the Port of Antwerp-Bruges to redevelop the site into a ‘green energy hub’ focused on green ammonia and sustainable fuels.

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06
Feb 2023

Eesti Gaas has announced that it has made agreements with LNG terminals to bring a total of ten LNG cargoes by autumn of this year, which will involve three deliveries to the port of Klaipeda in Lithuania in the winter and seven to the port of Inkoo in Finland in the spring and summer.

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06
Feb 2023

In a move which is expected to help with bunker training, Furetank has converted a former office building on the island of Donsö into a maritime educational centre.

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06
Feb 2023

The United Kingdom’s exchequer could benefit from an additional £1.8 billion a year if it were to tax both domestic and international shipping emissions, according to new analysis from the NGO Transport & Environment (T&E).

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06
Feb 2023

The UK government has launched a multi-million-pound Zero Emission Vessels and Infrastructure (ZEVI) competition intended to help decarbonise the UK's maritime sector.

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06
Feb 2023

Technology group Wärtsilä will supply LNG dual fuel engines and axial flow waterjets for the Margarita Salas, Baleària’s new high speed Ro-Pax ferry and the sister ship to the Eleanor Roosevelt.

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