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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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VTT to Explore Use of Bio- and Waste-Based Oils for Ships, Power PlantsIn a three-year Business Finland BioFlex project, Finnish research services provider VTT and partners will assess how suitable fuel oils made from biomass and waste plastics are for ship diesel engines and power plants.
COVID-19: IMO Chief Seeks UN Support over Keyworker Designation for CrewKitack Lim, the Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization,has asked the United Nations system agencies to support IMO in its request to governments to declare seafarers,port personnel and other crucial maritime workers as key personnel.
Defending HFO Carriage Ban Breach, MSC Says Could Not Fit Scrubber Due to CoronavirusThe 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.
IMO postpones MEPC 75 over coronavirus concernsIMO has decided to postpone a number of meetings following the global coronavirus outbreak and the determination by the WHO, on 11 March, that the outbreak is now a pandemic
ICS issues guidance document on combating coronavirusThe International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has issued new guidance for the global shipping industry to help combat the spread of the coronavirus
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