GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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Green Shipping

Carnival reveals its modern terminal in Barcelona

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Carnival Corporation released artist renderings of its second cruise terminal at the Port of Barcelona, which will be Europe's newest passenger cruise terminal when it opens, in 2018. The terminal is designed to accommodate the company's "next-generation" green cruise ships, that will be fully operated by LNG, the world's cleanest burning fossil fuel.

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Focusing on biofouling and AFS Convention

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IMO announced that conducted a national workshop in Antananarivo, Madagascar, on 25-27 April, focusing on biofouling and, specifically, raising awareness of the issues and developed capacity for the ratification and implementation of the anti-fouling Systems Convention and the implementation of the Biofouling Guidelines.

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Baltic Exchange moves into LNG

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Baltic Exchange Chief Executive, Mark Jackson, has set out the Exchange’s ambition to play a bigger role in the shipping industry, building consensus in the market, by moving into the LNG and container spaces and remaining at the heart of the bulk shipping industry for the long-term.

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Renewable energy solutions offered for offshore operations

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Eco Marine Power announced that, along with its strategic partners, will jointly offer products and solutions for offshore applications, including offshore wind platforms, oil rigs and jack-up systems. These products and solutions will incorporate marine solar power, batteries, integrated monitoring systems and engineering and design services.

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Drewry sees long-term freight rate for LNG shipping

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Drewry shipping consultancy issued the latest edition of its LNG Forecaster report, stating that excess vessel supply will reduce only gradually, with the recovery in rates pushed back to the latter part of next year, given the mounting pressure on freight rates and continuing fleet growth over the next two years.

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New paper calls for compliance with bilge water regulations

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Alfa Laval issued a white paper, which calls for a marine industry review of the current bilge water regulatory environment and the need to evaluate test protocols that do not reflect actual operating conditions. Even if a traditional system with type approval is operating on board, there are still risks of violating applicable laws and damaging the marine environment.

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