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23
Sep 2020

Germany-based NewClimate Institute says ‘adapting, upscaling and expanding EU policies would bring the transport sector in line with a greenhouse gas emissions pathway compatible with the Paris Agreement, including a -65% emission reduction target by 2030 compared to 1990 levels.’

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23
Sep 2020

A new study by PMW Technology, working with the University of Chester, naval architects Houlder and Tees Valley Combined Authority, finds that carbon capture using a cryogenic A3C process could achieve marine decarbonisation at 50% of a comparable cost for zero  carbon fuels.

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23
Sep 2020

The board of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has reappointed Esben Poulsson, the current Chairman, for a further two-year term, while Gerardo Borromeo from the Philippines was also appointed as a Vice Chair in succession to Mark Martecchini from Liberia.

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23
Sep 2020

Stena is working on a project, part-financed by the European Union, to investigate how batteries from the transport sector can be reused for energy storage in ports.

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23
Sep 2020

Boudewijn Siemons has been appointed as the new Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Port of Rotterdam Authority.

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22
Sep 2020

Jan De Nul’s trailing suction hopper dredger, Alexander von Humboldt, has completed 2,000 hours of operation on 100% renewable, second-generation biofuel oil – the longest continuous use of this fuel type in the maritime sector.

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22
Sep 2020

The modular battery system, which has applications for inland and deep-sea shipping, has completed its certification by DNV GL.

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22
Sep 2020


The Antwerp Port Authority, Alfaport Voka and the Scheldt Left Bank Corporation have agreed on a further postponement of payment for domain concessions and inland navigation dues.

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21
Sep 2020

Launched at the Armon shipyard in Gijón last week, the Eleonor Roosevelt features four 8,800 kW Wärtsilä dual fuel enginesin addition to four waterjets for propulsion, two gas generators and another two diesel generators for electricity.

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18
Sep 2020

Optimus, which is scheduled for delivery in Q1 2021, will serve the eastern part of the Baltic Sea, in particular the Gulf of Finland.

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