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20
Jun 2019

German LNG Terminal GmbH, the joint venture behind the LNG terminal project in Brunsbüttel, Northern Germany, will start the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) prequalification process this month.

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20
Jun 2019

CMA CGM’s Containerships has announced that its second LNG-powered ship, the Polar, will be phased into the redesigned BALT 2 service in the Port of Rotterdam on 23 June.

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20
Jun 2019

The collaboration is expected to drive industrial scale production of energy storage solutions that will help to accelerate the conversion of maritime transport towards more sustainable power solutions.

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20
Jun 2019

Following its call earlier this month for a ‘grown-up’ debate on scrubbers, the British Port Association (BPA) is now focusing on how the use of open loop scrubbers could contribute to the build-up of sediments in harbour areas and enclosed waterways.

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19
Jun 2019

The Estonian shipping company’s Silja Serenade and Silja Symphony have been piloting use of the shore power connection since February and are the first two vessels to officially hook up to the new facility.

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19
Jun 2019

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has announced that its Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Response Centre for the Mediterranean Sea (REMPEC) is to undertake a’ far-reaching programme of activities designed to help address the adverse effects of shipping on human health and marine ecosystems’.

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19
Jun 2019

Denmark’s Knud E. Hansen has unveiled a new design for a ‘wind cruise vessel’, which it hopes will appeal to the ‘growing eco-tourism segment that aims to travel the world while minimising their carbon footprint’.

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19
Jun 2019

The Finnish company is also taking steps to cut vessel emissions through the use of bio-oil and low sulphur fuel.

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18
Jun 2019

The Kvitnos, owned by Norlines and operated by Samskip, received LNG at the Port of Rotterdam – and Titan LNG says details of its third LNG barge will be revealed in the coming months.

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17
Jun 2019

The affected Druzhba oil pipeline is set to resume full operations from the start of July, with some German refineries already reporting the receipt of clean Russian crude oil from the pipeline.

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