GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

7 Mar 2018
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GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

7 Mar 2018
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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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Maritime cooperation centres launched in Africa and Pacific

africa maritime centre

The centres will be regional focal points for various activities, such as ensuring compliance with existing and future international energy-efficiency regulations, promoting uptake of low-carbon technologies and operations in maritime transport, and establishing voluntary pilot data-collection and reporting systems to feed back into the global regulatory process.

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China set to import 43% of natural gas by 2040

china natural gas demand

According to the China Special Report of the World Energy Outlook 2017, the country's annual gas production will double to 340 billion cubic metres in 2040, with shale gas playing an important role, but consumption is expected to increase even more, reaching 600 billion cubic meters.

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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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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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South Korea ready to build LNG-fueled vessels from 2018

south korea to build lng ships

South Korea will sign an agreement with the state-run Korea Gas Corp., local shipbuilders and provincial port authorities to initiate a project. which aims to to build 80,000-ton LNG-propelled vessels by the end of 2018. With these orders, South Korea attempts to further promote green shipping and enhance the industry.

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