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Indian Ministry Issues Guidelines for Green Hydrogen in Shipping
The Indian government has issued guidelines for pilot projects using green hydrogen in the shipping sector, part of the National Green Hydrogen Mission. The Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways will implement projects to transition ships to use green hydrogen and develop bunkering facilities. The program has a total budget of Rs. 115 crores by FY 2025-26... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



PM Modi to inaugurate ONGC Survival Centre in Goa
ONGC Sea Survival Centre is one of the key highlights of PM Modi's Goa visit as it will mark a pivotal moment in advancing India’s sea survival training capabilities. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on February 6 visit Goa, where he is set to inaugurate the ONGC Sea Survival Centre. ONGC Sea Survival Centre is one of the key highlights of PM Modi's Goa visit as it is set to elevate India's sea survival training standards... -Moneycontrol

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



Industry Groups Advise on Steps with Continuing Houthi Threats
Seven of the leading shipping industry trade groups worked together to issue a joint statement today offering advice for ships operating in the Southern Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. They are advising on the dangers and procedures ships that continue to choose to sail in the area should consider... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



Survey Reveals Alarming Level of Harassment on Canadian Ships
The Seafarers’ International Union of Canada (SIU) recently revealed alarming statistics showing nearly half of all seafarers working in the Canadian marine sector have experienced harassment or bullying during their career. This report, released by SIU Canada, is a compilation of data from a survey conducted in the summer of 2023... -gCaptain

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



Padmini Mellacheruvu Leads Hydrogen Ship Regulation
Padmini Mellacheruvu, a former ISRO engineer, is now leading the development of 'class rules' for hydrogen-powered ships at Lloyd?s Register. Her expertise in cryogenics and commitment to renewable energy align with the urgent need for the maritime industry to transition to green energies and reduce carbon emissions... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



The Chola Navy: Pioneers of the World’s First Blue Water Maritime
The Chola dynasty, an ancient South Indian empire, is renowned for its remarkable naval achievements. The Chola Navy, often hailed as the world’s first blue-water maritime force, played a pivotal role in expanding the empire’s territorial reach and securing its dominance over the seas. This article delves into the historical significance of the Chola Navy,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



New study warns of potential environmental risks in transitioning to ammonia marine fuel
A study from Chalmers University of Technology warns that using ammonia as a marine fuel as part of decarbonization efforts could lead to new environmental problems. The research team found that the use of ammonia can cause issues such as eutrophication, acidification, and the emission of a powerful greenhouse gas known as nitrous oxide... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



Methanol Emerges as Top Choice for Ships, Followed by LNG and LPG
The latest numbers from DNV’s Alternative Fuels Insight (AFI) platform show that methanol is the most popular fuel, with 9% of orders, followed by LNG at 7%, LPG at 3%, and ammonia at 1%. The number of methanol-fuelled ships is set to more than double this year, with 257 methanol-fuelled ships expected by the end of 2026... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



IMO’s decarbonization focus tested amid escalating Red Sea tensions
Following a major step to create a regulatory framework for the full decarbonization of the maritime industry with the adoption of a revised Greenhouse Gas (GHG) strategy in July last year and alignment with the objectives of the Pairs Agreement on curbing global warming, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) is now gearing up for a new challenging chapter under new leadership... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



Achieving World First: Ship-to-Ship Green Methanol Supply in Ulsan Port
The Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries and Ulsan Port Authority accomplished the world's first ship-to-ship supply of green methanol on a large container ship in South Korea's Ulsan Port. This achievement is crucial for Korea's sustainable ship fueling industry and its global competitiveness for sustainable marine fuel supply... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



139 fall ill on cruise ship that visited Florida, cause unknown: CDC
Over 130 people suffered digestive problems due to an unknown illness on a cruise ship, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A CDC report released Thursday said numerous people aboard the Queen Victoria, a cruise ship run by Cunard Cruise Line, suffered from gastrointestinal disease with diarrhea and vomiting... -MSN

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



NYK Repowers Japan's First LNG-Powered Tug to Run On Ammonia Instead
Japanese shipowner NYK has taken delivery of an ammonia-fueled engine for use in a tug application, and it is tearing out the LNG dual-fuel engine of Japan's first LNG-powered tug to make a testbed. The tug Sakigake was the first LNG-fueled vessel of its kind in Japan. It was constructed by NYK's Keihin Dock Co. and delivered to NYK in mid-2015, and it was put into service in Tokyo Bay... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



India Invites Bids for Four Gigawatts of Offshore Wind Capacity
India has opened the first round of auctions for its planned development of four gigawattts of offshore wind capacity. In a statement released on Friday, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) said that the bids invited are for four blocks of one gigawatt each on open-access basis. The sites are located off the coast of Tamil Nadu... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



Oldendorff and Norsepower Partner to Reduce Emissions with Rotor Sails
Oldendorff and Norsepower will install three Rotor Sails on board a bulk carrier to reduce emissions. The ship, Dietrich Oldendorf, will be equipped with the sails by mid-2024 for a North Pacific trade route. The sails use wind power and have already reduced CO2 emissions by over 21,000 tonnes.... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



Revised Navigation Guidelines Issued for Southern Red Sea by Shipping Industry
A group of shipping associations released safety guidelines for navigation in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden due to attacks by Iran-backed Houthis. Vessels are advised to remain vigilant and perform risk assessments. The guidelines also caution against following Houthi instructions and the use of armed guards... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



Health risk classification patterns among Filipino seafarers: A 5-year review
During the 2023 SAFETY4SEA Manila Forum, Dr. Christian Angelo P. Lubaton, Medical Director for Holistic Care presented a study by Nordic Medical Clinic between 2018 and 2022, with a participation of 11,831 seafarers. Results revealed a significant proportion of seafarers having higher risk classifications... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:6-Feb-2024



Maritime pilot tragically dies after falling into Bosphorus
A maritime pilot lost his life on Sunday morning by falling into the waters of the Bosphorus in Istanbul, as he was trying to board a cargo vessel. According to local news, the pilot went to provide pilotage services to a cargo ship preparing to pass through the Bosphorus... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:6-Feb-2024


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