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Environment

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IMO criticised for large corporate influence on environmental pollicy

New report from InfluenceMap slams shipping giants for lack of transparency on environmental initiatives

International Environment

IMO to struggle in next week’s decarbonisation talks

Significant disparities remain in the opinions of member states

IMO Environment

Think like your customers

Advocates of low-sulphur fuel solutions seem to be spending their time listening to themselves, not to customers

International Bunkers

IMO must be bold but cautious

IMO member states will need to send a clear message to the world at large while keeping developing nations on board

International IMO

ICS declares concern over Canada's planned regulations on crude shipping

Move to temporarily prohibit crude shipments off northern British Columbia will obstruct global maritime trade, says Chamber

North America Canada

Gunvor predicts more scrubber use only after 2020

As most shipowners have not started preparing for switch to cleaner bunker fuels, scrubbers are likely to be an economical option after distillates become expensive post-2020

Regulation Energy

Slow steaming urged as emissions from shipping rise

Speed regulation seen as quick fix to decarbonisation struggle

IMO Energy

Japan's Imabari to retrofit new engine on coal carrier to tackle NOx emissions

Vessel is currently operated by Mitsui OSK Lines

Asia Pacific Japan

Ten Emerald Star crew members still missing

Japanese and Philippine coast guards continue search and rescue operations

Asia Pacific Japan
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