March, 2017
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The final seminar on the Baltic Ports Organization-led Green InfraPort project was held on March 7.
BPO Talks Shore Power and LNG Bunkering at Green InfraPort Seminar
GoodFuels Marine has won Port of Amsterdam's tender to supply the fuel to its fleet of five patrol vessels.
Port of Amsterdam Expects 25% CO2 Reduction Through Marine Biofuel Use
The vessels, currently known as Hull 801 and Hull 802, are near the 75 percent and 60 percent steelwork fabrication phase, respectively.
CMAL Highlights Progress on Two Dual-Fuel Newbuilds
Alastair Welch, Port Director at Associated British Ports says he would like to see shore power in place "as soon as possible."
Lack of UK Shore Power Solutions Back in the Spotlight Amid Air Quality Concerns at Britain's Biggest Cruise Port
Jos Delbeke, Head of the EC's Climate Action Department, says "setting a target would be a useful way to reply to MEPs."
EU ETS Push "Clear Signal" of MEPs Frustration with IMO, Says EC Climate Action Head
Led by Avid Technology, the £3.6 million project will also involve RED Marine Limited, Royston Power, and Enogia.
ETI Eyes 8% Bunker Savings Through New Waste Heat Recovery Project
The Saudis and OPEC still insist that their cutbacks can be a success.
Saudi/Russian Vow to Fortify Oil Cutbacks Undercut by Iraq Promising Production Hike to 5 Million bpd
Meanwhile, Saudi's energy minister flip-flops on issues at CERAWeek.
OPEC Compliance Reportedly Rises to Over 98%, but Oil Majors Don't Expect an Uptick for Prices
The new financing is slated to support the construction of LNG bunkering centres in Estonia, Germany, Latvia, Sweden, and Finland.
LNG Gorskaya Overseas Inks Financing Deal for European LNG Bunkering Centres
With its UKAS accreditation, DBS says can provide assessment of monitoring plans and verification of emissions reports.
DBS Marks EU MRV Accreditation from UKAS