GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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5 Apr 2017
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    Pakistan LNG project consortium dissolves

    According to Reuters, an LNG import project consortium in Pakistan, formed by Exxon Mobil, France’s Total and Qatar Petroleum has been dissolved as the members didn't manage to agree with Global Energy Infrastructure. ...

  • oil spill preparedness Africa

    Africa boosts cooperation on oil spill preparedness

    A regional conference of countries in west, central and southern Africa has committed to continue to work at both national and regional levels, to boost preparedness to deal with oil spill incidents which could be devastating both for the marine environment and financially. ...

  • port boulogne calais green port

    Port Boulogne Calais confirmed as a “green port”

    The Port Boulogne Calais announced that it has received the PERS ECOPORTS seal of approval, for a third time, on November 8 in Brussels, during the ESPO General Assembly, for its policy of preserving the environment. ...

  • 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. ...

  • Prestige

    Court orders 1.6bn euros compensation for Spain over Prestige oil spill

    The court said the ship's captain and its insurer, the London P&I Club, to pay one billion dollars which is the maximum limit fixed by the company in its contract for the ship, which broke up and sank in 2002, resulting in one of Europe's worst environmental disasters. ...


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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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shipping

Shipping industry acts on decarbonization at COP23

An international shipping industry group gathered in Bonn to create a draft Action Plan that maps out how shipping can contribute to GHG reductions and decarbonization in order to comply with the high ambition climate change target of limiting global temperatures to 1.5oC.

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maersk

Maersk: Tackling climate change demands higher level of ambition

In the same time that shipping industry leaders talk climate change solutions at COP23 in Bonn, raising the ambition for global regulation remains crucial to ensure shipping’s contribution to reach the Paris Agreement’s goal, according to John Kornerup Bang, Chief Advisor on Climate Change at Maersk.

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MAN CEO: COP23 a new chance for shipping energy transition

Commenting on the events of COP23, Dr Uwe Lauber, CEO of MAN Diesel & Turbo, noted that the meeting offers a new opportunity to accelerate the ‘Maritime Energy Transition’, although the hopes and demands of the shipping industry for a strengthened mandate of the IMO were not fulfilled in Paris. 

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danish

Danish Shipping supports shipping exclusion from ETS

The European Parliament and the EU Member States have reached an agreement regarding the EU's Emissions Trading System. According to this agreement, shipping will be excluded and IMO will have the responsibility, Danish Shipping notes.

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Shipping industry gets ready for COP23

As part of this year's UN Climate Change Conference COP23 in Bonn, consolidating the aims and ambitions of the Paris Agreement, a group of international shipping leaders will meet on 13 November, onboard the RheinFantasie river vessel,  to create an Action Plan for the decarbonisation of the maritime sector.

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china

How to comply with China ECAs scheme

China Classification Society published a report which summarizes the updated China ECAs Implementation scheme, and focuses on the distinction in emission control requirements among ports of Europe Union, Hong Kong and China.

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