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Tag: GHG

Canada supports LNG use in marine transport

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The Government of British Columbia, Canada, announced that is taking action, under the Climate Leadership Plan, to support investments by natural gas utilities, that will increase the use of LNG and renewable natural gas in the marine transportation and other sectors and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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Long Beach Port awarded green equipment

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The Port of Long Beach is poised to receive a major grant to fund one of the nation’s largest demonstration projects for zero-emissions cargo-handling equipment. The project is anticipated to reduce greenhouse gases and save more than 270,000 gallons of diesel fuel.

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Seaspan acquires second LNG vessel

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Seaspan Ferries Corporation announced the arrival of the Seaspan Reliant, the second of two new dual-fuelled/hybrid ferries to its fleet. The vessel is expected to reduce significantly GHG emissions, while delivering the highest level of efficiency, performance and reliability.

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IMO trains Philippines on energy-efficient shipping

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Under its GloMEEP project, IMO continues to promote energy-efficient ship operations, this time in Philippines. A workshop taking place in Manila on 23-24 February is equipping 30 maritime educators from across the country with the knowledge to introduce the topic of ship energy-efficiency into their teaching curriculums.

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ECSA contradicts European port’s policy on GHG emissions

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ECSA regrets that European port and cargo interests have come out in favour of the European Parliament’s position to conditionally include shipping in the EU ETS as of 2023, if the IMO does not have a comparable system operating by 2021. European port and freight forwarder associations did confirm that a global agreement is their preferred option to curb greenhouse gas emissions of ships.

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Fijian Prime Minister sets out COP23 priorities

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The Prime Minister of Fiji, has undertaken a few key priorities for his country’s Presidency of the UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn in November (COP23), calling for steeper cuts in greenhouse gas emissions and to ramp up the finance developing countries need to green their economies and build resilience to the inevitable impacts of climate change.

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