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Rolls-Royce to upgrade diesel ships to hybrid gas power

The converted ships will be ‘as efficient and green as if they were brand new’, said Rolls-Royce Marine’s vice-president product sales and advanced offerings Astrid Opsjøen

Europe Norway

Hapag-Lloyd to cut CO2 intensity levels by 20% by 2020

The carrier has already managed to cut the CO2 emitted per teu-km by 46% between 2007 and 2016

Hapag Lloyd Environment

British ports press government for border money post-Brexit

Ports lobby group warns that government cannot settle for just hiring extra border control staff

Ports and Logistics Ship operations

IEA warns of 'disruption' due to 2020 low-sulphur shipping rule

IEA head of oil industry worried about a spike in marine fuels in 2020 given little interest in scrubbers

Energy Environment

Five things to watch: Regulation

Environmental regulation is the long-term trend, but shipping must first contend with a wide-reaching transparency regulation coming soon

International Regulation

Viewpoint: Biting the hands that feed us

Is there anything that will make the bulk of the population think more benevolently about the ships upon which they must depend to keep the lights on and their stomachs filled?

International Environment

Ports have role to play in decarbonising shipping

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s International Transport Forum suggests that vessel port fees should be directly linked to greenhouse gas emissions

Environment Ports and Logistics

ExxonMobil to supply low sulphur fuels in 2020

Ports in Northwest Europe, the Mediterranean and Singapore will provide sulphur-cap-compliant fuels

Regulation Ship operations

Product carriers seen as big winners of new IMO rules

Demand for low-sulphur fuel oil expected to increase by 3m barrels per day as eco-ships benefit from new rules, according to Wall Street firm Evercore

Bunkers Energy
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