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    Dudgeon offshore wind farm officially opens

    Statoil along with Masdar and Statkraft announced the official opening of the Dudgeon offshore wind farm in Great Yarmouth, UK, on November 22. All 67 turbines of the Dudgeon offshore wind farm are now delivering electricity to the UK grid. ...

  • russia plan for northern sea route

    Russia: Development plan for Northern Sea Route

    During a meeting that Vladimir Putin held, the Russian President touched upon the issue of the development, construction and the further development of the shipbuilding complex Zvezda, located on the Northern Sea Route. ...

  • Eight energy firms commit to emissions reduction initiative

    American energy company ExxonMobil joined a consortium of European oil companies, including BP, Eni, Repsol, Shell, Statoil, Total and Wintershall, with the aim to further reduce methane emissions from the natural gas assets they operate around the world. ...

  • imo air pollution

    Iceland accedes to air pollution treaty

    The MARPOL Annex VI treaty, first adopted in 1997, limits the main air pollutants contained in ships exhaust gas, including sulphur oxides and nitrous oxides, and prohibits deliberate emissions of ozone depleting substances. ...

  • mombasa pollution

    Kenya’s Mombasa port eyes eco cranes to tackle pollution

    In a bid to mitigate pollution and adopt green practices, the Kenya Ports Authority plans installation of two ultra-modern diesel electric cranes at the Port of Mombasa, mid next year. ...


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Eight energy firms commit to emissions reduction initiative

American energy company ExxonMobil joined a consortium of European oil companies, including BP, Eni, Repsol, Shell, Statoil, Total and Wintershall, with the aim to further reduce methane emissions from the natural gas assets they operate around the world.

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imo air pollution

Iceland accedes to air pollution treaty

The MARPOL Annex VI treaty, first adopted in 1997, limits the main air pollutants contained in ships exhaust gas, including sulphur oxides and nitrous oxides, and prohibits deliberate emissions of ozone depleting substances.

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mombasa pollution

Kenya’s Mombasa port eyes eco cranes to tackle pollution

In a bid to mitigate pollution and adopt green practices, the Kenya Ports Authority plans installation of two ultra-modern diesel electric cranes at the Port of Mombasa, mid next year.

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eu ets

ECSA welcomes agreement on CO2 Emissions Trading System

“The IMO is currently busy drawing up its strategy for reducing CO2 emissions from the international shipping. IMO is the organisation to regulate our global industry.” commented Martin Dorsman, ECSA’s Secretary General.

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hapag lloyd adds low carbon containers

Hapag-Lloyd adds low carbon refrigerant containers

The container line, Hapag-Lloyd, announced it has purchased 3,700 Star Cool Integrated containers as part of their recent reefer investments from Maersk Container Industry, in order to  support the market adaptation of environmentally friendly refrigerants.

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iea

What role natural gas can play in the future of global energy

IEA released its World Energy Outlook 2017, on 14 November, which includes a detailed focus on natural gas. It also addresses matters regarding the environmental case for gas and the issue of methane emissions from oil and gas operations.

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energy rotterdam

Rotterdam: Energy transition is not only cutting back on coal

Paris agreement objectives mean that by 2030, the Netherlands will need to have reduced its CO₂ emissions by 49% compared to 1990, so CO₂ emissions are not allowed to exceed certain limits. However, the Paris agreement does not include any statements on the actual use or storage of coal itself, the port of Rotterdam noted.

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espo

ESPO welcomes EU’s deadline for shipping’s CO2 reduction

Earlier in November, the European Parliament and the Council reached an agreement regarding the shipping CO2 emissions to align any EU action with the IMO timeline. Many industry bodies have welcomed this decision so far. Recently,ESPO issued a statement to show its support.

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