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More communication needed on meeting CII standards

Dry bulk players agree that the system of Carbon Intensity Indicator standards is not perfect. There will be gaps in the way these standards are applied that mean lower-rated ships will not penalised, simply because of the nature of certain trade flows

Asia Pacific Dry Bulk

IMO to develop safety guidelines for ammonia and hydrogen

While guidelines for the use of liquefied petroleum gas have been finalised, the work to develop technical provisions for ammonia and hydrogen has begun and will hopefully be delivered to the International Maritime Organization next year

Regulation Safety

MSC contests default judgment in US legal dispute

An FMC administrative judge has threatened MSC with a default judgment for not providing information it called for. But MSC says it still wants to defend the case

Europe Switzerland

Poseidon Principles endorse tougher shipping emission targets

An updated ambition statement will be re-evaluated after the International Maritime Organization concludes a revision of its greenhouse gas strategy targets

International Sustainability

Seafarers must stick to basics as automation looms

New tech is a fact of modern seafaring and the industry has started to embrace it. There are challenges to be addressed, such as maintaining core skills and the role of the remote centre staff

Crewing Ship operations

Why shipping’s poor progress report requires high-level attention

Industry leaders will, once again, call on the industry to come together this week and set more ambitious targets, implement clear standards, and enforce stronger technical and market-based measures. But has the script changed since last year and is progress really being achieved in shipping’s energy transition?

Sustainability Energy

Industry attempts to amend EU carbon market amid delays

International Chamber of Shipping is pushing for global progress at the IMO to overtake EU efforts. The World Shipping Council is urging a more holistic lifecycle approach and the green lobby is simply trying to hold back government exemptions

International Sustainability

Sustainability reporting is ‘not about setting unrealistic goals’

‘Obtaining hard figures on our scope-emissions, our corporate diversity, and compliance, is key to making a difference and run a good business,’ says USTC co-owner Mia Østergaard Rechnitzer

Sustainability Environment
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