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India: MoPSW ranked 2nd in the Data Governance Quality Index
The Department of Ports, Shipping and Waterways is ranked 2nd among epartments/departments in the Data Governance Quality Index survey report. MoPSW ranks second among the 66 ministries with a score of 4.8/5. Conducted by DMEO and NITI Ayog, this survey is designed to assess the performance of various departments in implementing CS and CSS... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2023



India: Kolkata port expands handling capacity
The Port of Syama Prasad Mookherjee successfully carried out lighterage operations on two Capesize vessels simultaneously in the Sagar Islands, marking a significant milestone in the expansion of handling capacity... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2023



Wind power becomes the largest source of electricity in the UK
UK wind farms produced more electricity than gas-fired power stations in the first three months of 2023, according to independent report Drax Electric Insights. The report by scientists from Imperial College London on behalf of UK renewable energy company Drax Group found that almost a third (32.4%) of UK electricity was supplied by wind,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2023



Iran seizes third tanker, US boosting military presence
Iran has detained a third tanker in the space of 19 days, as the confrontation over the control of maritime assets in the Persian Gulf heats up. "An Iranian oil tanker, which was seized by a foreign company five years ago, has been returned to the Islamic country in an operation by the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC)," IRNA said on Friday... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:16-May-2023



IMO chief commends PH for passing maritime industry evaluations
The head of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has praised the Philippines for getting positive results in two international evaluations on the state of the country’s maritime sector.IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim arrived in the country on Sunday, May 14, for an official working visit... -Manila Bulletin

Posted On:16-May-2023



Mobilising networks for gender equality
THE IMO (International Maritime Organisation) International Day for Women in Maritime is observed annually on May 18 as a manifestation of support for women in the maritime industry, with the goal of promoting the recruitment, retention and long-term employment of women in the sector... -theSundaily

Posted On:16-May-2023



Why maritime professionals deserve a fair share of the offshore wind boom
Industry must commit to strengthening the maritime workforce after the expiry of the OWWC. The government has finally decided to end the Offshore Wind Workers Concession (OWWC), which allowed foreign seafarers to work on offshore wind projects in UK territorial waters without visas or work permits...  Nautilus International

Posted On:16-May-2023



IMO Working With WHO To Better Prepare For Possible Future Disease Pandemics
IMO is participating in global efforts led by the World Health Organization (WHO) to better prepare for possible future disease pandemics. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, WHO’s focus was mainly on preparedness planning according to types of pathogens... -Marine Insight

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Microplastics from the ocean appear in arctic ice algae
Arctic ice algae, which provide food for many marine organisms and act as carbon sinks, were found to contain startling amounts of microplastics, according to researchers from Germany’s Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research and UK’s University of Birmingham... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2023



Egypt: detention of seafarers for carrying prohibited items
Recently, seafarers have been detained and prosecuted by Egyptian security authorities with the risk of being faced with a fine or potential jail sentence, as well as missing the ships they are signing on to or their flights back home... -Skuld

Posted On:16-May-2023



The US Coast Guard could try “part-time” option to increase recruitment
The US Coast Guard is exploring the creation of a “part-time” category of military service, according to Commander Admiral Linda Fagan, who outlined a range of changes aimed at attracting new recruits and retaining existing staff. Fagan revealed the Coast Guard is 4,800 people short of its recruitment target,.. -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2023



Panama Ship Registry proposes reforms to merchant marine law
The Panama Maritime Authority (AMP) and Panama’s main maritime associations concluded the meetings for the revision of the country’s merchant marine law. In the revision of the General Merchant Marine Law, law 57 of August 6, 2008, total of 188 articles were reviewed; 70 were modified; 10 were eliminated and more than 12 new articles were proposed,.. -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:16-May-2023



Australia Aims for Zero Maritime Emissions
The Australian Government has committed to developing a Maritime Emissions Reduction National Action Plan to chart a practical green transition for our maritime sector, while also working with other nations on low and zero emissions maritime operations... -Mirage News

Posted On:16-May-2023



One of Australia's biggest maritime mysteries solved after 50 years
The 50-year-old mystery of an Australian ship that capsized, killing three crew members, has been solved. The CSIRO said today it had found the wreck of the MV Blythe Star, a coastal freighter that disappeared off Tasmania five decades ago. It was sailing from Hobart to King Island on October 13, 1973, when it suddenly capsized and sank... -9News

Posted On:16-May-2023



Türkiye reports progress in freeing ships blocked by Russia
Turkey made progress towards an agreement to release all its cargo ships from Ukraine after two days of negotiations with Russia and Ukraine last week. The deal would require a guarantee from Russian forces not to fire on foreign ships upon departure... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:16-May-2023



What keeps the tanker owner awake at night?
Decarbonisation is having a significant impact on industries worldwide, with a growing recognition of the urgent need to address climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. In Turkey and other parts of the world, many industries and businesses are transitioning to more sustainable practices, with decarbonisation being a key part of this effort... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:16-May-2023



Maritime Industry Needs To Embrace A Robust Safety Culture To Tackle Transformations, Says DNV
A new report from DNV and Lloyd’s List Intelligence, “Maritime safety trends 2012-2022: Advancing a culture of safety in a changing maritime landscape”, found a surge in the number of safety incidents involving machinery damage or failure...  Marine Insight

Posted On:16-May-2023


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