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Tata Steel picks LNG-fueled MV Ubuntu Unity to transport its cargo
Indian steel-making company Tata Steel has revealed that it has used a bulk carrier that uses liquified natural gas (LNG) as fuel to transport raw materials from Australia to India. As explained, the steel-making company imported cargo on LNG-powered bulker, becoming the first Indian company to use a vessel powered by LNG instead of traditional VLSFO... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



Liberia secures title for the largest ship registry globally
Panama has held the position of the top ship registry since 1993. However, Liberia, which is governed by the Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry (LISCR), has seen growth this year, surpassing Panama in terms of gross tonnage (gt). Liberia’s fleet has grown by 5.6% to reach 246.5 million gt, with 5,052 ships... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



Maritime gets an ESG index
The University of Plymouth and the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, alongside an advisory committee of industry experts, have developed an ESG reporting methodological framework and index, catered to the individualities of the maritime sector. The ESG Index covers more than 70 shipping companies... -Splash 247

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



The Environmental Impact of Liquefied Natural Gas as a Marine Fuel
Cruise operators are promoting the use of LNG as a greener alternative to traditional marine fuels, but an investigation by environmental activists suggests that this shift may have adverse effects in the short term. While LNG-powered ships emit approximately 25% less CO2, these vessels often fail to fully combust the gas, resulting in leaks of methane directly into the atmosphere... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



EU expands list of approved ship recycling yards
The European Commission adopted the 11th edition of the European List of ship recycling facilities, which has been updated with three new yards located in Türkiye. The facilities in question are Anadolu Gemi Söküm Orman Ürn. Gida Tur. Nak, San. Ve Tic. A.Ş., BMS Gemi Geri Dönüşüm San Ve Tic. A.Ş. and Kiliçlar Geri Dönüşümlü Maddeler Ve Metal San.Tic A.Ş... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



A Wide Varieties of Possible Cyber-Attacks
Cybersecurity is more important than ever for the marine industry in a time when technology seems to control everything. Technologies are a necessity for navigation and maintenance on ships, and their efficient operation is crucial for crew safety. OT systems that physically operate the ship are being combined with IT systems as maritime technology advances... -Gearrice

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



Soft skills’ importance in a rapidly changing maritime industry
As efforts to decarbonize and digitalize the industry expand, seafarers and onshore personnel are expected to keep up with the rapidly evolving developments by improving their skills, panelists agreed during a dedicated panel on soft skills at 2023 Crew Welfare Week... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



Maritime NZ investigating freight ship anchored off Mount Maunganui
An exclusion zone has been set up around a freight ship anchored off Mount Maunganui and unable to move due to mechanical difficulties. The MV Achilles Bulker, a log vessel bound for China, experienced mechanical difficulties when leaving the Port of Tauranga last week, the Bay of Plenty Regional Council said in a statement on social media... -Bay of Plenty Times

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



EU ready to upgrade ties with Philippines on maritime security
The European Union is ready to strengthen cooperation with the Philippines on maritime security, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Monday, as she stressed the importance of a free and open Indo-Pacific region... -Nikkei Asia

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



Canadian dockworkers union and employers agree negotiated labour deal
The International Longshore and Warehouse Canada (ILWU Canada) and the British Columbia Maritime Employers Association (BCMEA) have reached a negotiated collective agreement with the assistance of the Canada Industrial Relations Board, according to a statement by the BCMEA... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



The Emergence of Fuel Cells for Marine Applications
The maritime industry has long been recognized as a major contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions, with ships accounting for nearly 3% of total emissions. As the world seeks to transition towards a more sustainable future, the shipping sector is under increasing pressure to reduce its environmental impact... -EnergyPortal.eu

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



Overview Of The Maritime Navigation Planning Regulations In Spain
On March 21st, 2023, Spain introduced significant maritime planning navigation regulations with the aim of modernising the navigation regime for ships sailing through Spanish maritime waters. These regulations bring about notable changes to the maritime industry, affecting charter operators, yachts, and crew members. Let's examine the key highlights of these regulations... -Mondaq News Alerts

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



NYK and AIS сollaborate to systematize tugboat attendance management
As part of a DX project aimed at improving the attractiveness of the tugboat industry, which is concerned about future labor shortages, NYK, in collaboration with AIS Co., Ltd. (AIS), a software developer, will implement functions to improve the efficiency of attendance management and allowance calculations by introducing TRANS-Crew, AIS’s labor management system for seafarers... -PortNews IAA

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



INTERCARGO Warns Against Complacency as Liquefaction Risk Looms Over Dry Bulk Shipping
Cargo liquefaction continues to be the number one cause of deadly accidents in the dry bulk shipping sector, according to industry association INTERCARGO. INTERCARGO’s Bulk Carrier Casualty Report 2013-2022 shows cargo liquefaction is the leading cause of loss of life in bulk carrier losses, while grounding is the main cause of ship losses... -gCaptain

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



A Zero-Emissions Maritime Industry needs better battery technology
Mukesh Chatter, CEO and co-founder of Alsym Energy explains that the maritime industry needs help to progress toward net-zero emissions. The industry is struggling partially due to inaction by governments but also because it’s waiting for new alternative fuel technologies to become available, including ammonia, methane, and hydrogen... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



Cruise Passenger Falls Overboard In Singapore Strait
Emergency responders in Singapore are conducting a search for a cruise ship passenger who fell overboard in the Singapore Strait. The incident was reported at around 7:50 a.m. on Monday to the Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre (MRCC) Singapore. The passenger was onboard the Cyprus-flagged passenger vessel, Spectrum of the Seas, at the time of the incident... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Aug-2023



Four Philippine Coast Guard Servicemembers Disappear on Rescue Mission
The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) is currently assessing the damage caused by Typhoon Doksuri, and unfortunately, the toll may include the loss of four of their own servicemembers. These members were deployed to rescue the crew of a tugboat on the north shore of Luzon, but they have not returned... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:1-Aug-2023


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