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22/11/2017
European Shipowners welcome the agreement reached on CO2 Emissions Trading System
 
Intensive negotiations came to an end two weeks ago when the European Parliament, the Council of Ministers and the European Commission reached a provisional agreement on the reform of the emissions trading system, which today was approved by the Member States.
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21/11/2017
UK shipping companies back call to double funds for seafarer training
 
The UK Chamber of Shipping, with backing from 40 shipping companies, has this week written to the Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling, asking the Government to double the amount of funding available for seafarer training as soon as possible. 

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16/11/2017
Prevention at Sea Cleans Up with Another Award for its Oil Record Book Software
 
Prevention at Sea (PaSea) has won more industry recognition for its innovative software development work in the maritime industry, by winning the Tanker Shipping & Trade Award for Technical Innovation.
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16/11/2017
Columbia Marlow Wins Industry Award
 
Columbia Marlow has won the Tanker Shipping & Trade Operational Excellence Award for 2017 for its work in pushing the boundaries in innovation and digitalisation in the global maritime industry.
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14/11/2017
Inmarsat transforms seafarer safety infrastructure with SafetyNET II launch
 
Inmarsat has launched a vital new service, SafetyNET II, for Maritime Safety Information Providers (MSIPs), marking a key stage in upgrading the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS), which helps to save thousands of lives at sea each year.
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13/11/2017
Cruise Guide Award: AIDAprima honored as best ship for families
 
The annual Cruise Guide Awards were presented in Hamburg on November 10, 2017, during the Cruise Congress in Hamburg. The winner's trophy in the "Family-Friendliness" category once again went to AIDAprima.
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10/11/2017
Agreement on EU CO2 quotas excludes shipping for now
 
Thursday morning, the European Parliament and the EU member states agreed on a revision of the EU's Emissions Trading System, ETS.
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08/11/2017
Tackling green port challenges of the future
 
An EU-funded green initiative project aims to define the green port of the future and tackle its challenges.
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07/11/2017
(VIDEO) The world's first autonomous, zero emission container feeder
 
Operation of the vessel is planned to start in the latter half of 2018, shipping fertilizer from YARA's Porsgrunn production plant to Brevik and Larvik in Norway.
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02/11/2017
“Blue Growth” gets the green light, Cyprus Foundation of the Sea is approved
 
The Cyprus Shipping Chamber welcomes the decision of the Counsil of Ministers to support the formation of the Cyprus Foundation of the Sea (FOS), which is a result of the longstanding idea and effort of the Cyprus Shipping Chamber and the Maritime Institute of Eastern Mediterranean (MARINEM), with the Ministry of Transport.
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