GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

6 April 2016
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GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

6 April 2016
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  • ballast

    New BW reporting form for California ports

    As of July 1, 2016, the Commission's Marine Invasive Species Program no longer accepts the old USCG Ballast Water Reporting Form. ...

  • Spatial distribution of CO2 emissions from East Asian shipping / Image Credit: Health and climate impacts of ocean-going vessels in East Asia study / Nature Climate Change

    New study says ships kill thousands in East Asia

    According to a new study published in Nature Climate Change, the increased shipping activity in East Asia has worsen air pollution resulting in large adverse health impacts and premature deaths for the regional population. ...

  • cap

    EGCSA welcomes CE Delft report re 2020 global sulphur cap

    The Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems Association has welcomed the findings of the CE Delft report which state that there will be sufficient refining capacity by 2020 to produce compliant marine fuels as demand from other sectors for distillates has slowed. ...

  • Blue Baltics

    EU approves fund for LNG reloading station project

    EU has approved the financial support of EUR 15 million for the joint project “Blue Baltics”, which expands liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering network across the Baltic Sea. ...

  • Sea LNG

    Top names unite to drive forward LNG as a marine fuel

    Carnival Corporation, DNV GL, ENGIE, ENN, GE, GTT, Lloyd’s Register, Mitsubishi Corporation, NYK Line, Port of Rotterdam, Qatargas, Shell, TOTE Inc. and Wärtsilä have announced a new cross-industry initiative called SEA\LNG, to accelerate the use of LNG as a marine fuel. ...

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ABB introduces advanced port icebreaker

With four Azipod thrusters and Onboard DC Grid the port icebreaker designed by Aker Arctic can be described as the most advanced vessel of its type in the world. The efficiency of the vessel is also optimized with ABB’s Power2 800-M two-stage turbocharging and Marine Automation system.

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OOCL takes further step forward in GHG Reporting

OOCL has announced that it has taken a further step forward in our Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reporting by extending the scope to container terminals, namely Long Beach Container Terminal, LLC. (LBCT LLC) in the United States and Kaohsiung Container Terminal (KAOCT) in Taiwan.

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Shell to process world’s heaviest lift

Shell U.K will process the Brent field lift as it reached the stage where production is no longer economically viable despite the fact that once was one of the most productive parts of the U.K.’s offshore assets.It is expected to be the heaviest lift ever to be carried out at sea.

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Ship engine emissions adversely affect macrophages

A team of scientists from Germany’s Helmholtz Zentrum München and University of Rostock conducted a study on the influence of ship engine emissions on macrophages in the lungs . The study found that ship emissions adversely affect the health of inhabitants of coastal regions.

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