April, 2021
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The Clean Shipping Alliance argues scrubber washwater should not be interpreted by the authorities as marine pollution.
Clean Shipping Alliance 'Disappointed' in Turkey's Scrubber Washwater Ban
Several port authorities across the world have now banned open-loop scrubber washwater discharge in their territory on the grounds of marine environment protection.
Turkey Clarifies Position on Open-Loop Scrubber Discharge Ban
The new ferries will have total battery capacity of 1,860 kWh per ship.
ABB to Work on Ten Electric Ferries in Lisbon
Plant could become oil import terminal.
Exxon Mulls Slagen Closure
EMSA has provided a drone under a three-month contract from March 23.
Lithuania Takes On EMSA Drone for Marine Sulfur Emissions Monitoring
The ship -- formerly operating as a conventional bunker barge under the name Oslo Tank -- has been remodelled as an LNG bunkering vessel under the name Bergen LNG.
Norway's First LNG Bunker Barge Faces Sea Trials
The vessel to be supplied with the alternative bunker fuel is a new, zero-emissions ship which is expected to handle daily consumption of around 1,000 kg.
Danish Firm Signs Hydrogen Bunker Supply Agreement
Ship operator aiming for 30% reduction by 2030..
Stena ups the Ante on Emissions Reduction
Shore power for ships is expensive and should be installed where it makes most sense, ESPO has said.
Shore Power Should be Targetted, Says Ports Body
The new hire joined the firm this month.
Peninsula Hires Marine Fuels Trader in London