GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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Emissions

New Zealand calls on ports to stop spewing methyl bromide

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The Maritime Union of New Zealand announced that it welcomes the decision by Ports of Auckland to stop releasing methyl bromide emissions into the air. The move to fully recapture the toxic gas after fumigation sets a new benchmark for industry best practice. Methyl bromide, linked to motor neurone disease and harmful to the ozone layer, is used to kill insects in logs before export.

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Shell rejects emissions target proposal

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Royal Dutch Shell shareholders said on Tuesday that reject the proposal set by an environmental group, calling for the oil company to establish annual targets to reduce carbon emissions. 94 percent of the company's shareholders voted against, while roughly 5 percent of voters abstained.

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New platform enables MRV compliance

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ABB’s MRV module has been certified by Verifavia, as a tool to monitor all parameters to comply with the EU’s MRV regulation requirements. As a standardized MRV compliant software platform, the ABB module collects and visualizes data from onboard sensors on a ship’s fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions on a per-voyage basis.

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