GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

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7 Mar 2018
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Author: Sandra Sarmpezi

GIE releases LNG map 2018

gie lng map

Gas Infrastructure Europe released the GIE LNG map and database 2018, depicting the main characteristics of all large-scale and small-scale operational LNG terminals in Europe, information on the LNG terminals under construction, as well as the planned projects.

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New Wheatstone LNG carrier named

pacific mimosa naming

On 13 December, a naming ceremony was held at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. Nagasaki Shipyard Corporation, for a new LNG carrier ordered by Japanese NYK to MI LNG. The ship, named 'Pacific Mimosa', will be engaged in LNG transportation for JERA from Chevron’s Wheatstone LNG project in Australia.

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IBIA: Diverging views on 2020 sulphur cap compliance

2020 sulphur cap

Speakers at IBIA’s Annual Convention in Singapore demonstrated quite different views on the level of compliance with the 0.5% sulphur limit the industry can expect in 2020 and beyond, while most of the delegates voting in a poll on the subject thinks it will take a few years before compliance is above 80%.

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Singapore to further enhance LNG bunkering

lng bunkering

MPA Singapore announced investment of another S$12 million to boost LNG bunkering in the Port of Singapore. Half of this money will co-fund the building of new LNG bunker vessels to facilitate STS LNG bunkering and the remaining half will be used to top up MPA’s existing co-funding programme to support the building of LNG-fueled vessels.

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JERA, EDFT form LNG optimisation joint venture

jera lng joint venture

Japanese Jera and French EDF Trading Limited announced the signing of a non-binding agreement for an LNG optimisation joint venture  through JERA Trading Pte. Ltd.), to address uncertainties of LNG demand in Japan and Europe and to improve competitiveness of global LNG market.

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Green Marine shipowners reduce GHG emissions

reduce ghg emissions

Ship owners participating in the Green Marine environmental certification program have demonstrated an average annual reduction in GHG intensity of 1.4%. The ship owners that provided data represent more than 250 vessels of various types, including tug, passenger and cargo ferry, bulk, container, etc.

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IMO, Norway to boost sustainable ship recycling in Bangladesh

ship recycling in Bangladesh

The second phase of an IMO-implemented project to enhance safe and environmentally sound ship recycling in Bangladesh is set to begin in January, following a US$1.1 million funding agreement with Norway. The second phase will continue to support the country to comply with international requirements and guide it towards accession to Hong Kong Convention. 

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