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Head of Höegh LNG mulls use of LNG tankers for ammonia

Støhle is also eyeing using ammonia to produce hydrogen, which has gained traction from policy makers as a potential carbon-free fuel

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Italian classification society repels cyber attack

‘Rina’s IT department managed to repel subsequent attacks and immediately took the necessary countermeasures to contain their effects,’ the Italian classification society said

Italy Classification

Singapore aims for 600 crew changes a day

MPA said it expected to conduct 500 to 600 crew changes per day in the coming months and had facilitated the signing on or off of more than 50,000 crew of all nationalities since March

Singapore Classification

Lloyd’s Register launches decarbonisation centre

Lloyd’s Register’s new Maritime Decarbonisation Hub will seek to accelerate decarbonisation, help reduce carbon intensity and deploy zero-emissions ships by 2030

International Lloyds Register

IR Class expects Indian tonnage to grow on domestic demand

Indian shipowners have been augmenting their fleet with new and existing vessels, said executive chairman of Indian Register of Shipping Arun Sharma. The increase in Indian tonnage in recent years is incentivised by government initiatives

India Classification
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