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12
Dec 2017

Brittany Ferries is the recipient of the first ship financing supported by the European Investment Bank under its €750 million Green Shipping Guarantee programme.

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12
Dec 2017

The Grain LNG import terminal on the Isle of Grain in the UK is looking to develop an LNG break bulk marine facility to enable small vessels to reload and bunker LNG.

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11
Dec 2017

The opening of Prax Bunker Netherlands follows on from the establishment of Prax Bunker Belgium earlier in 2017.

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11
Dec 2017

The five vessels will operate between De Kempen intermodal terminal in South Netherland and the Belgian port.

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11
Dec 2017

Maritime regulation should be made more flexible if it is to support the development of autonomous ships, says Minister for Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, Brian Mikkelsen.

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07
Dec 2017

Bunker certificates will typically expire on 20 February, 2018, the Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) says.

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07
Dec 2017

The area, on the Oslofjord at Horten, is open to both Norwegian and international organisations, and is designed to be a convenient, safe, non-congested space to trial new technology and vessels.

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07
Dec 2017

The 15,441 DWT Onyx will enter service at the beginning of 2018 alongside the company’s three other bunker vessels serving this location.

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07
Dec 2017

The aim of the programme, which covers the tidal Thames from Teddington Lock to Southend, is to reduce emissions to air from marine sources within the tidal River Thames, while facilitating the Port and London’s future growth.

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06
Dec 2017

The funding provided by the European Investment Bank will support R&D into more environmentally friendly and efficient ship engines and power plants.

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