GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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  • globallast

    IMO announces GloBallast successful completion

    The final meeting of the GloBallast Global Project Task Force (GPTF), held in Panama City, on 16-17 March, highlighted the legacy elements of the GloBallast project, which are expected to be sustained by its main stakeholders, following the formal closure of the project, in June 2017. Specific examples include GloBallast training packages, to support the capacity-building needs of countries implementing the BWM Convention. ...

  • sulphur

    IMO issues FAQs on 2020 global Sulphur limit

    IMO has set a global limit for sulphur in fuel oil used on board ships of 0.50% m/m from 1 January 2020. Therefore, heading towards the 2020 sulphur limit, IMO answered the most frequently asked questions on the issue. ...

  • lng

    IGU: LNG promotes cleaner marine transport

    The International Gas Union has released a new report on the crucial role of liquified natural gas in enabling cleaner marine transport – currently a major cause of human health and environmental costs. ...

  • bwms

    Panama issues electronic BWMP approvals

    The Panama Maritime Authority informs that ship-owners and ship-operators are able to upload the Ship’s BWMP online, from March 15, 2017. The BWMP will be approved electronically and electronic copy should be placed on board, and available for inspection at all times. ...

  • zealand

    New Zealand to restrict biofouling

    The ‘’Craft Risk Management Standard for Biofouling on Vessels Arriving to New Zealand’’ has been published highlighting how to comply with the new clean hull requirements and manage the risk of invasive marine species in NZ waters. From May 2018, vessels must arrive in New Zealand with a clean hull. ...


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csr

NORDEN publishes CSR report for 2016

NORDEN issued its Corporate Social Responsibility report for 2016, earlier this month. The CSR report presents an overview of NORDEN’s CSR direction, performance and achievements during 2016, including the fields of assistance, reliability and anti-corruption.

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applications

Saipem, Siemens to collaborate on subsea applications

Saipem announced that signed a Joint Development Agreement with Siemens that aims at qualifying and promoting an open standard Subsea Control Systems for Saipem’s Subsea Bus architecture. The Saipem Subsea Bus is an extendable Open Framework platform of software and hardware components, designed to support and integrate into all subsea applications.

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Zealand

New Zealand’s current position on MARPOL Annex VI raises concerns

In a recently published report, Dr. Bevan Marten, Senior Lecturer at Victoria University, New Zealand, says that the country’s failure to regulate shipping emissions is ‘’an embarrassment’’ and argues that evidence of significant sulphur levels in the vicinity of major New Zealand ports are calling for action by the government. Dr. Marten justifies that there are both principled and practical reasons for New Zealand to ratify the Annex VI and it should be made a priority on the government’s agenda.

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tyra

The future of Maersk Oil Tyra field

In this video Martin Rune Pedersen, Chief Operating Officer, Maersk Oil and Morten Hesselager Head of Tyra Future Development reveal the Maersk Oil plans in terms of the future of Denmark's largest gas field facility.

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bwms

Panama issues electronic BWMP approvals

The Panama Maritime Authority informs that ship-owners and ship-operators are able to upload the Ship’s BWMP online, from March 15, 2017. The BWMP will be approved electronically and electronic copy should be placed on board, and available for inspection at all times.

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scrubbers

Scrubbers ordered for Saga Cruises’vessels

Yara Marine Technologies announced that it has been awarded a contract for the supply of hybrid scrubber systems for Saga Cruises’ latest newbuilding with an option for a second vessel. The vessel is already under construction at Meyer Werft in Germany.

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zealand

New Zealand to restrict biofouling

The ‘’Craft Risk Management Standard for Biofouling on Vessels Arriving to New Zealand’’ has been published highlighting how to comply with the new clean hull requirements and manage the risk of invasive marine species in NZ waters. From May 2018, vessels must arrive in New Zealand with a clean hull.

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