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Tag: GHG

IMO leads training on energy-efficient shipping

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Under the GloMeep project, maritime educators from South Africa took part in an IMO training workshop to introduce the topic of energy-efficient ship operation into their teaching curriculums. The workshop supports maritime training institutes to deliver the IMO Model Course 4.05 to seafarers.

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Santa Barbara program protecting air and marine life expanded

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In an initiative to cut air pollution and protect whales in the Santa Barbara Channel region, Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District and partners announced that the Vessel Speed Reduction voluntary incentive program will include for the first time the San Francisco Bay Area. This week, ships began to be enrolled in the program.

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Statoil urges for immediate action on energy

Statoil issued the 7th edition of its Energy Perspectives report, intended to provide an assessment of long-term perspectives on the international energy market. The report shows substantial future changes in the global energy mix and it describes three different scenarios for global macroeconomic development, energy demand, energy mix, and energy-related greenhouse gas emissions.

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EU-China leadership encouraged in shaping IMO CO2 strategy

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Following the decision of the United States to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement, the European Community Shipowners' Associations and the International Chamber of Shipping encourage the intention of the European Union and the People's Republic of China to intensify cooperation in achieving a global climate deal for shipping.

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Looking to greener GHG model for shipping until 2050

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DNV GL has published a report assessing the potential for greenhouse gas emissions reduction from shipping towards 2050, based on a new computational model. The model can evaluate various scenarios for both individual ship segments and the industry as a whole. It can also evaluate the effectiveness of various solutions for reducing GHGs.

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Wärtsilä to provide first supply vessel with hybrid battery system

Wärtsilä has signed an agreement with Eidesvik Offshore to install a hybrid system with batteries on board of its vessel "Viking Princess". It will become the first offshore supply vessel in which batteries reduce the number of generators on board. The new energy storage solution will improve engine efficiency, generating fuel savings and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

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Pacific Community to host Maritime Technology Centre

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IMO says that the Pacific Community has been selected to host the regional Maritime Technology Cooperation Centre for the Pacific region with the aim to deliver the agreed project milestones over a three-year period, making a significant contribution to IMO’s efforts to ensure effective implementation and enforcement of the global energy-efficiency regulations for international shipping.

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