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India’s First Green Hydrogen Hub at VOC Port
The VOC Port in Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu, is set to become India's first green hydrogen hub, establishing a green ports ecosystem and driving increased trade as a transshipment hub. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch transformative projects worth over Rs 17,000 crore, including the development of key infrastructure and sustainable initiatives... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Mar-2024



Immediate action needed to meet carbon goals: BV
Analysis released by classification society, Bureau Veritas (BV), carries a stark warning that waiting for new low-emission fuels and propulsion technologies will not enable the global shipping industry to meet its mid-century carbon reduction targets without immediate action. In a report, Decarbonization Trajectories, BV said initiatives taken today could make the difference... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:1-Mar-2024



India and Mauritius Inaugurate New projects in Agalega Island
The joint inauguration of new infrastructure projects at Agalega Island in Mauritius by Prime Minister Modi and Prime Minister Jugnauth marks a milestone in the strong partnership between India and Mauritius. These projects will enhance connectivity, maritime security, and socio-economic development, showcasing the deep bond between the two nations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Mar-2024



Staff Shortages Plague Marine Tourism in Western Australia
Marine tourism businesses in WA are struggling with severe staff shortages, with workers being drawn to the more lucrative mining and energy sector. Operators are calling on the government to attract more migrants to fill roles in marine tourism, as the shortage continues to hinder their operations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Mar-2024



Simplified Management of EU ETS
ZeroNorth’s Emissions Analytics module assists shipowners, operators, and charterers in managing their EUA exposure under the extended EU ETS for shipping. Clients can now request EUA purchases from Vitol through the platform, streamlining the process and reducing costs. ZeroNorth CEO and Vitol's Head of Energy Transition express optimism about the partnership... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Mar-2024



MARINA Launches Blockchain-Enhanced System to Improve Maritime Operations
The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) has launched the groundbreaking Blockchain-Enabled Automated Certification System (BEST) to revolutionize online services. With a focus on security and efficiency, MARINA BEST will streamline processes, enhance productivity, and ensure comprehensive coverage across the maritime sector... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Mar-2024



India Ranks Fourth in World Seaweed Production: Minister Highlights Growth
The Minister of Science and Technology stated that India ranks fourth in the world in seaweed production. The World Seaweed Science Conference 2024 was held in Chennai, where over 100 delegates from various countries gathered. A research paper with 400 pages focusing on seaweed cultivation and trade was presented during the conference... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Mar-2024



Shipshave’s ITCH Solution: Independent Testing Confirms Coating Safety
Independent laboratory testing by Shipshave confirms no decrease in hull coating thickness with their In-Transit Cleaning of Hulls (ITCH) solution. Tests on various anti-fouling coatings show no impact on thickness, with only negligible increase in surface roughness. This innovation is gaining traction for fuel savings and environmental benefits in the maritime industry... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Mar-2024



NAVTOR Takes the Lead in Promoting Sustainable Shipping
In a bold move to transform the maritime industry, NAVTOR's Chief Sustainability Officer Bjørn Åge Hjøllo introduces the Green AI for Sustainable Shipping (GASS) initiative. Utilizing artificial intelligence, the project aims to reduce fuel consumption, emissions, and operational costs, paving the way for a more sustainable and efficient future in global shipping... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Mar-2024



Norway Suspends Offshore Helicopter Traffic After Fatal Crash
Norway halted all offshore oil and gas helicopter traffic following a fatal crash. A Sikorsky S-92A crashed during a rescue training mission, killing one and injuring five. The Civil Aviation Authority may ground the S-92A as it investigates. Oil companies Equinor, Aker BP, and ConocoPhillips suspended helicopter operations... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Mar-2024



Amnesty welcomes news NGO ship crew charges could be dropped
Amnesty International has welcomed news that charges against the crew of NGO ship the Iuventa, which worked to rescue thousands of people from the Mediterranean, could be dropped. An investigation was opened by Italian authorities in 2017 into the activities of the Iuventa... -Arab News

Posted On:1-Mar-2024



Maritime Industry Shifts to Sustainable Fuels: Small-Scale LNG Fleet Expands
The maritime sector is witnessing a significant transition towards sustainable fuel alternatives, underscored by the recent expansion of the small-scale LNG fleet. This movement is driven by the increasing adoption of LNG bunkering for dual-fuel vessels, with key industry players like Avenir and Nordic Hamburg Shipping leading the charge... -BNN Breaking

Posted On:1-Mar-2024



Industry leaders stress importance of partnerships to boost marine sector
Qatar’s top industry leaders took the stage to elucidate the vitality of collaborations between key players in startups and technological providers in driving innovation and growth in the marine sector. The panel entitled ‘Collaborations to boost marine innovation’ discussed on the role of Digital Foundation technologies in creating intelligent ports and connected vessels... -The Peninsula

Posted On:1-Mar-2024



Three Crew Members Found Dead at Sea in Aomori Prefecture, Japan
The bodies of three crew members of a scallop farming ship were found floating in the sea in Aomori Prefecture, northeastern Japan, with one member and the ship still missing. The Aomori Coast Guard Office was notified by a fisheries cooperative, prompting a search for the missing individuals... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Mar-2024



Missile Hit Cargo Vessel Faces Sinking Risk in Ukraine
A Turkish-flagged general cargo vessel, KURUOGLU 3, was struck by a missile in the latest Russian assault. The Turkish media has said that the ship has been stranded in the port of KHERSON since 2022. The District Administrator has confirmed that in the overnight Russian attack, high-rise apartment buildings, private homes, a farm, and a grain elevator were also damaged... -FleetMon

Posted On:1-Mar-2024


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