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Defending HFO Carriage Ban Breach, MSC Says Could Not Fit Scrubber Due to Coronavirus
The world’s number two container line MSC is in talks with the United Arab Emirates after the Gulf country banned one of their vessels from entering its waters over what authorities said was a breach of tough new sulphur emissions rules for ships.
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Trafigura proposes carbon levy introduction to IMOTrafigura, one of the world’s largest ship charterers, has proposed that the International Maritime Organization (IMO) introduces a carbon levy to help boost competitiveness and uptake of alternative fuels.
Sustainability Takes Center Stage for World Maritime DayThe day's online conference event will showcase industry leaders as they reflect on their work towards a sustainable shipping sector.
IMO FAIL – Forbes Drills Deep Into The Wakashio Salvage EffortsThese failures have resulted in deaths, environmental destruction, regulatory mission creep, gender imbalance, disregard for human health, and massive protests on the island of Mauritius and at embassies worldwide.
DNV GL: climate change will not wait for pandemic to pass“All these initiatives are not stopping because of Covid-19. IMO are always working on this. Working groups are now meeting; there are team meetings to bring this forward,” he said.
Preparing for IMO’s new engine emissions rulesA major change in emissions regulations is coming, which will likely have a considerable impact on tug and workboat design, construction and operation
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