GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

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  • rotterdam

    USCG to address risk of Simultaneous Operations during LNG bunkering

    Following a letter released in June, USCG further provides Captains of the Ports with  guidance considering safety issues associated with SIMOPS (Simultaneous Operations) in conjunction with LNG fuel transfer operations. The new notice includes guidance on an optional, formal operational risk assessment, if the vessel operator chooses to conduct one. ...

  • 2020

    Cat fines fuels found in Fujairah

    FOBAS has issued alert to inform about a number of fuel samples bunkered in Fujairah which were tested and found with Aluminium and Silicon concentration (Al+Si) levels above the 95% confidence limit of the respective ordered grades. ...

  • mfm

    IBIA supports continued efforts towards MFM integrity

    IBIA believes the benefits achieved from adopting mandatory use of Mass Flow Meters (MFMs) for marine fuel oil deliveries in Singapore must be protected by effective enforcement, and that using approved MFMs to measure quantity being loaded onto bunker tankers as well as that delivered to ship would address a missing link in supply chain integrity. ...

  • bwm

    New report reveals key insights into BWM systems

    ABS published a report providing insights into how industry is progressing with ballast water management systems. Based on input provided by owners and operators with BWM systems on board their vessels, the report covers a range of topics, including installation, commissioning and operations of BWM systems. ...

  • petronas

    Petronas eyes expansion in Indian LNG market

    Petronas , which has more than two decades of strategic partnerships in India, is enhancing its business strategy to strengthen and expand its presence in the world’s fastest-growing economy, said its President and Group CEO, Datuk Wan Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin. ...


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wmu

WMU event addresses measures for sustainable oceans

A cross-specialization symposium focused on Stakeholder Engagement for Maritime and Ocean Governance took place at World Maritime University, from 26 to 30 June. The seminar addressed the interdependency between the maritime and ocean environments and communities, to ensure successful long-term management of fragile ocean ecosystems.

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saudi

HHI signs engine business agreement in Saudi Arabia

Hyundai Heavy Industries, Saudi Aramco and Dussur - the Saudi Arabian Industrial Investments Company - announced the signing of a MoU, to jointly collaborate on engines and pumps business development, in Saudi Arabia. The MoU foresees an engine and pump business cooperation framework, through the formation of a joint venture.

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standard

MEPC 71 considers amended BWM timeframe

MEPC 71 considers for ships constructed on or after September 8, 2017 to comply with the D-2 standard on or after September 8, 2017. However, for the existing ships, MEPC 71 is about to approve a two-year delay, according to an Interim Brief provided by ABS.

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qatar

Qatar Petroleum to increase North Field LNG production

Qatar Petroleum announced its intention to raise Qatar’s LNG production from 77 million to 100 million tons per year, which means a 30% production increase. The new additional volumes will be secured by doubling the size of the new gas project in the southern sector of the North Field, which Qatar Petroleum had announced last April.

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uscg

US Coast Guard’s Arctic Shield 2017 operations begin

The US Coast Guard kicked off Arctic Shield 2017 operations throughout Arctic waters, on July 1st, with the opening of a forward operating location in Kotzebue. As part of operation Arctic Shield 2017, the USCG will deploy cutters, aircraft and personnel to engage in operations encompassing a variety of missions.

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hybrid

New BV rules support hybrid power, energy storage systems

Bureau Veritas issued a new chapter in its rules, providing a framework for electric and hybrid power solutions. The new class notations include power management, power back-up and zero emission standards. The notations are expected to encourage wider uptake of energy storage systems to provide operational and environmental benefits.

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laval

Alfa Laval signs two agreements for BWT retrofits

In June, Alfa Laval signed frame agreements with two different shipowners for the supply of Alfa Laval PureBallast systems. The systems will be delivered during a three-year period and retrofitted on tankers and bulk carriers. This is a clear sign that the ballast water treatment market is moving forward ahead of the BWM Convention entering into force in September.

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