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Gazprom signs Guiding Principles to reduce methane emissions
Gazprom signed the Guiding Principles on Reducing Methane Emissions across the Natural Gas Value Chain. In November 2017, the document was inked by such companies as BP, Eni, ExxonMobil, Repsol, Shell, Statoil, Total, and Wintershall.
Green Marine’s 11th annual conference
Green Marine’s 11th annual conference in in Vancouver, Canada, will tackle issues directly related to its environmental certification’s performance indicators.
From safety-maybe to safety-first
Global expert thinking on the SAFETY4SEA SeaSense Column a few months ago showed mixed feelings with respect to the implementation of safety culture within shipping industry; four out of eight experts (50%) provided negative feedback on the question: “Has the industry been successful in implementing safety culture?”.
New initiative launched to improve ship recycling
Ship operators and non-profits Forum for the Future and the Sustainable Shipping Initiative announced the launch of the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative, aiming to increase responsible ship recycling practices.
How are ship owners saving the environment from the emission of 94327 tons of CO2 a year?
By reducing fuel usage by 34.936 tons and power consumption by 180.000 MWh also meaning ship owners will save 8.7 million USD. The product is called OptiSave™.
Ports sign up to sustainability charter
The World Ports Sustainability Program (WPSP) charter will be signed in Antwerp on 22 March where sustainable ports around the world will set out the guidelines for their commitment to achieving the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Project focuses in on air quality monitoring
Air quality and in particularly emissions monitoring has taken centre stage at the latest discussions under the European co-funded project Poseidon Med II.
Songa Shipmanagement appoints KR for cyber security services
Korean Register (KR) - an IACS member classification society - has announced that it has signed an agreement with Songa Shipmanagement to provide specialist cyber security technical services, covering a fleet of 32 ships.
Poseidon Med II event: “Air quality & emission measurements in ports at the forefront”
Air quality, the leading priority of European ports, was the focus of last Friday discussion, organised by CERTH within the European co-funded project Poseidon Med II, which took place at Piraeus Port Authority, bringing together executives from the shipping and energy sectors as well as representatives from governmental bodies, local authorities and relevant associations.
Cybersecurity is a featured topic at SMM
Enhancing transparency, boosting efficiency: big data has arrived in the shipping industry.
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