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IMO ready to make the plunge toward zero emissions goal by 2050?
Countries seem to be prepared to phase out shipping’s emissions by 2050, based on the first rounds of technical talks at the UN’s maritime regulator International Maritime Organization (IMO). Furthermore, support appears to be building for the IMO to also adopt an ambitious 2030 interim target for cutting emissions from ships... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



ICS: To Reach Net Zero in Shipping, ‘The Hard Work Starts Now’
IMO member states seem on track to adopt a more stringent greenhouse gas reduction target that would align shipping with the Paris Agreement on climate change. At the conclusion of MEPC79, taking place at IMO headquarters in London, International Chamber of Shipping Secretary General Guy Platten said with this new target in sight, the hard work starts now... -gCaptain

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



World's Largest Cruise Ship Floated Out in Finland
Finland's Meyer Turku shipyard has floated out what it says is the world's largest and Royal Caribbean International’s most environmentally friendly cruise ship, Icon of the Seas. During the upcoming weekend, the ship will be moved to the outfitting dock, where its now fully assembled hull will be finished into "a magnificent cruise ship" during next year... -MarineLink

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



In a First, Scottish Port Set to Offer Shore Power for Offshore Vessels
Montrose Port Authority says the port is set to become the first Scottish port to provide shore power infrastructure to the energy sector. To enable shore power to offshore energy industry vessels, the port has partnered with with Plug Shore Power Ltd in a 50/50 joint venture... -MarineLink

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



At Least 15 Million Barrels Caught Up in Turkish Tanker Impasse
Turkey dug in on an insistence that oil tankers navigating its waters must prove they’re insured to do so, leaving a glitch from sanctions on Russia unresolved and hindering the flow of millions of barrels of crude. Turkish officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, estimated that about 2 million tons - or almost 15 million barrels - of oil are currently held up by the impasse... -gCaptain

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



Deal signed to provide prompt response tomaritime incidents
The UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure (MoEI) and the International Group of Protection and Indemnity Clubs (IGP&I) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to provide a prompt and efficient response to serious maritime incidents or accidents and for the possible removal of the wreckage caused by the mishap... -Gulf Today

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



Australia: MUA and Global Compact launch tool to tackle modern slavery in supply chains
THE MARITIME Union of Australia and the UN Global Compact Network Australia have launched a publication urging businesses to address modern slavery risks in their supply chains. The MUA and corporate sustainability organisation UN Global Compact released Modern Slavery within Maritime Shipping Supply Chains on 9 December during a launch event at the KPMG office in Sydney... -Daily Cargo News

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



Italy ordered to restore migrant charity rescue vessel
An Italian court has ordered the state to restore a German charity vessel seized in 2017 over migrant rescues in the Mediterranean, a lawyer told AFP Friday. The Iuventa, owned by non-governmental organisation Jugend Rettet, was impounded and left to rot while prosecutors prepared a case currently in the pre-trial stage... -FRANCE 24 English

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



How Solid-Oxide Fuel Cells Could Save the Maritime Sector
It is becoming prosaic to say there is no 'silver bullet' for marine decarbonization. But it might be fitting to say 'multiple silver bullets' are emerging since between batteries, fuel cells (FC), green hydrogen, green ammonia, e-methane and carbon capture, decarbonization across all marine subsegments might just be possible... -IDTechEx

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



Shortlisted nominees announced for the 2023 SMART4SEA Awards
SAFETY4SEA is pleased to announce the distinguished shortlisted nominees for the 2023 SMART4SEA Awards, following an online nomination process, where industry stakeholders proposed nominations. The aim of the awards is to recognize those organizations that demonstrated outstanding performance within the scope of fostering maritime digitalization and smart shipping... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



IMO Secretary-General receives new President of Comité Maritime International
IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim has received Dr. Ann Fenech, new President of the Comité Maritime International (CMI) at IMO Headquarters (6 December). Mr. Lim and Dr. Fenech, the first female President in the CMI’s 125 year history, discussed continued and future collaboration, including on issues such as Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) and fraudulent vessel registration... -Mirage News

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



AI-powered, blockchain-based solution for ESG challenges in painting for the shipbuilding industry
SSVT's PANKI is an AI-powered, blockchain-based monitoring and management solution that aims to solve ESG challenges for the painting process in the shipbuilding industry. PANKI digitalises the shipyard painting inspection process and automatically generates reports and analyses of the collected data... -NewsPatrolling

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



ABS: What is the future of cutting-edge maritime technology
ABS recognizes the coming surge of innovations and is charting a course for the future of marine and offshore technologies with a new report, Technology Trends: Exploring the Future of Maritime Innovation... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



Offshore Wind and Fishing Industry Theme of Second Seafarers' Conference
The National Maritime College of Ireland (NMCI) is to host its second annual seafarers’ conference on the theme of offshore wind and the fishing industry in Limerick next February. The hybrid event is sponsored by Simply Blue Group, the offshore wind energy developer, on the theme “Thriving Fishing, Thriving Offshore Wind, Thriving Ports”, and will run during the Skipper Expo... -Afloat

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



EU Says G7 Oil Price Cap Not to Blame for Turkey Tanker Queues
The Group of Seven countries’ price cap on Russian oil is not responsible for a queue of tankers waiting in the Black Sea to pass through Istanbul’s Bosphorus Strait on the way to the Mediterranean, the European Commission said. The number of vessels queuing in the Black Sea increased on Friday to 20, according to the Tribeca shipping agency, amid talks to disperse the build-up... -gCaptain

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



NYK offers support to victims of Indonesia s West Java earthquake
The NYK Group would like to offer its sincerest condolences to all those who have been displaced or have lost friends or family members as a result of the earthquake that struck Indonesia’s West Java area on November 21. In response, NYK will be donating 3 million yen to the Palang Merah Indonesia to help the victims and towns recover... -NYK

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



Taiwanese Trawler Loaded with Diesel and Fuel Oil Grounds on Saint Brandon
Taiwanese trawler has run aground in Saint-Brandon in the Indian Ocean with diesel and fuel oil on board. A crisis committee was set up to avoid a disaster in the archipelago belonging to Mauritius, notably because the Yu Feng had a little more than 7 tons of fuel oil and 70 tons of diesel in its tanks... -gCaptain

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



Five Filipino seamen, captain stranded in San Diego since May as environmental crime witnesses
Five Filipino crew members and their Ukrainian captain have been stranded in San Diego, California since the end of May because they witnessed an environmental crime involving illegal dumping of oil into the sea. The six seafarers are not accused of any wrongdoing, but their passports were taken away and the federal government ordered them to remain in the San Diego... -INQUIRER

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



Cruise Ship Damaged After Hitting Dock in Hamburg
An AIDA Cruises ship collided with the dock at the Steinwerder Cruise Terminal at the port of Hamburg on the morning of December 8, causing minor damage to its hull. The AIDAbella had completed a 26-day Caribbean sailing and was returning to its homeport. The ship’s next cruise was scheduled to depart that same evening, but was postponed pending technical and safety inspections... -Cruise Hive

Posted On:10-Dec-2022



SolarDuck set to build Japan's first offshore floating solar demonstrator
Dutch-Norwegian company SolarDuck has been awarded a contract to develop Japan’s first offshore floating solar power generation and automated sailing boat technology demonstrator together with local partners. SolarDuck and its partners Tokyu Land Corporation and Everblue Technologies have been selected to participate in the Tokyo Bay eSG Project,.. -Offshore Energy

Posted On:10-Dec-2022


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