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18
Sep 2020

A steel cutting ceremony for Finnlines’ second new hybrid Ro-Ro vessel was held at the Chinese Nanjing Jinling shipyard on Wednesday (16 September).

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18
Sep 2020

Ong Ye Kung, Singapore’s Minister for Transport, Singapore, maintains that ‘keeping up with the fight against climate change’ is ‘a global ambition, to be accomplished by the international maritime community’.

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17
Sep 2020

By injecting and burning hydrogen, CO2 emissions from the new 1 megawatt (MW) engine, developed by BeHydro, are reduced by up to 85%.

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17
Sep 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt international travel, P&O Cruises has confirmed an extension to its pause in operations, with all sailings cancelled until early 2021.

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17
Sep 2020

A total of 12 new trainees have joined the Danish bunker company’s offices in Dubai, Panama, Limassol, Singapore, Fredericia and Copenhagen and will attend academic modules with the Danish Shipping Academy.

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17
Sep 2020

NYK presented its decarbonisation efforts at the International Colloquium on Environmentally Preferred Advanced Power Generation (ICEPAG) this week,

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16
Sep 2020

Glencore’s Inatech has launched a new version of its Shiptech bunker fuel management system, ShiptechLite.

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16
Sep 2020

PAO Sovcomflot (SCF) has announced its intention to conduct an initial public offering (IPO) and to list on the Moscow Exchange.

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16
Sep 2020

A new study published by CE Delft has found that CO2 emissions associated with using scrubbers ‘vary between 1.5% and 3%’ for a number of ships while ‘in many cases, the emissions caused by producing low-sulphur fuels for these ships are higher’.

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16
Sep 2020

ABB has reported that Wasaline’s new dual-fuel car and passenger ferry Aurora Botnia is equipped with its ice-class Azipod electric propulsion.

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