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Class NK joins decarbonisation coalition

Class NK joins competitors Lloyd’s Register and ABS in cross-industry coalition to develop zero emissions vessels by 2030

ClassNK Environment

Hydrogen will not drive emissions reduction, DNV GL warns

LNG as a fuel could take up over 40% and ammonia 25% of marine fuel market in 2050, according to new forecast


Government says Brexit is ‘opportunity’ for UK maritime

Maritime UK chairman Harry Theochari says Britain’s shipping sector has survived other periods of disruption and will survive Brexit

LISW Brexit

Owners open to fuel carbon pricing to curb emissions

Trafigura and Goodbulk are open to paying a premium on hydrocarbons to curb emissions and reiterate calls for mandatory speed limits

ABS Classification

Maritime London calls for ‘shipping czar’

‘Changing trade patterns, new vessel types, digital technologies and green solutions all offer us the opportunity to grow our market share, expand our businesses and increase our contribution to the UK economy,’ says Maritime London chair Lord Mountevans

London Classification

Tokyo: Japan’s mega city punches below its weight

Surveys of Tokyo’s relative status among its peers suggest it ranks lower than it should on a world scale 

Asia Pacific Japan
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