Philippines’ Seafarers to go paperless with Blockchain technology

  Seafarers in Asia will no longer need to go through the hassle of carrying their documents to their ships...
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First terminal for green ammonia comes to Hamburg

Air Products and Mabanaft, through its subsidiary Oiltanking Deutschland, announced their intention to build Germany’s first large-scale, green energy import...
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RINA’s first ship capable of running on hydrogen

The research project TecBIA, aims to validate the sustainable technology of fuel cells for naval applications through the construction of...
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Vibration sensor data can help prevent major equipment problems at sea

Seattle-based data analytics specialist ioCurrents and has joined forces with the Malvern, Pa., based ifm group of companies to provide...
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Adapting to the impacts of marine climate change in the Persian Gulf

As world leaders meet at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) 27th Conference of Parties (COP27) in...
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MOL To Make Sea Trials Of LNG Carrier Powered By Biofuel

TOKYO-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL; President & CEO: Takeshi Hashimoto)  announced that its group company, AQUARIUS LNG SHIPPING LIMITED (Managing...
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Mariners Working Together to Map the Seafloor

Unknown or poorly charted waters present many challenges to navigators causing concern for safety. Navigators really need a view of...
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Singapore shipyard completes two spill response barges for B.C

Spill response barges will join the Western Canada Marine Response Corporation (WCMRC) fleet of pollution response vessels The ASL Shipyard...
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World’s Largest Cruise Company Turns to Air Bubbles to Help Reduce Emissions

AIDA Cruises' 2016-built AIDAPrima was the first ship Carnival Corporation's fleet to use the air lubrication system technology. MartinLueke /...
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Capacity Building in Fisheries Evidence, Networks and Management in the British Virgin Islands

Peter Randall, Posted on:31 October 2022 - Categories:Fisheries, International, Pollution Cefas’ Dr Peter Randall recently visited the (British) Virgin Islands (hereafter referred to as the...
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Maersk Supply Service launches new venture company to deliver offshore vessel charging

Maersk Supply Service, a part of A.P. Moller-Maersk, is launching its offshore vessel-charging venture, Stillstrom, to support the decarbonisation of...
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ElMar – Electrification of maritime transport and the ports of the future

Challenges related to the electrification of maritime transport are now being mapped in a new SINTEF project with port authorities,...
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Single Window for Ship Data Exchange to become Mandatory

Amendments to the Facilitation Convention adopted to enhance digitalization in shipping. The amendments adopted at the Facilitation Committee (FAL 46)...
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Jobs of over 50,000 Filipino seafarers in EU at risk

The House committee on overseas workers affairs learned during a hearing on October 27 that if the Philippines continues to...
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Anglo-Eastern Opens New Maritime Training Center Site

Anglo-Eastern’s flagship maritime training center in Mumbai recently celebrated the inauguration of its new premises at Leela Business Park in...
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Methanol Engines Continue Rise with Six dual-fuel ME-LGIM engines for Maersk container ships

  Six dual-fuel ME-LGIM engines for Maersk container ships Hyundai’s shipbuilding division (HHI-SBD) has ordered 6 × MAN B&W G95ME-C10.5-LGIM...
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SMM: Wärtsilä Voyage unveils new demonstrator vessel

Wärtsilä Voyage today took the SMM event in Hamburg as the occasion to unveil its new demonstrator and innovation vessel, Ahti. The...
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Humans can dive deeper into the world’s oceans than ever before with Alvin

Black smoke appears to rise from chimney-like formations of Earth's hottest and deepest known hydrothermal vents. Over the summer, Anna...
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Götheborg of Sweden, World’s Largest Wooden Sailing Ship, Arrives In Malta

The world’s largest ocean-going wooden sailing ship, a replica of an 18th-century Swedish East India Company ship, Götheborg of Sweden, arrived in...
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Is Ballast Water Management Working?

By 2008, the US and Canada mandated that all transoceanic vessels entering the Great Lakes manage ballast water discharges to...
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