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  • On the sidelines of a side event of the MEPC 73 meeting at IMO headquarters, France presented the results of its impact assessment of a possible emission control area (ECA) in the Mediterranean Sea to minimize shipping emissions.

  • Ahead of the 2020 sulphur regulations and committed to tackle climate change by gradually adopting zero emissions measures, the Port of Rotterdam is trying to improve its environmental footprint. From green incentives, to using alternative power, Europe's busiest port is on course to reduce its emissions.

  • The INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG Project started shipment of LNG as the first shipment left the onshore gas liquefaction plant in Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia, heading to the INPEX-operated Naoetsu LNG Terminal in Niigata Prefecture, Japan.

  • Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) has placed an order for three 113,000 dwt tankers at compatriot shipbuilder Iran Marine Industrial Company (SADRA), Intermodal said in a shipbroking report.

  • Rolls-Royce and Intel partner on autonomous shipping project.

  • France will make a decision on the replacement of its flagship aircraft carrier the Charles de Gaulle at the start of 2020, its armed forces minister said on Tuesday. The carrier has been in service since 2001 but Paris is looking to build a vessel that would take into consideration expected technological advances post-2030 and be capable of carrying a planned new Franco-German fighter jet.

  • NOAA’s largest oceanographic research vessel, NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown, steamed into its Charleston, South Carolina, home port yesterday, after a 243-day voyage around the world to conduct scientific research and service buoys that inform global weather, climate and ocean forecasting.

  • French shipping major CMA CGM has received a green light from the European Commission to acquire Finland’s Containerships.

  • Qatar Navigation (Milaha), one of the leading maritime and logistics conglomerates in the region, has announced that its container shipping business has more than doubled within a short span of time.

  • The Oldendorff Carriers' ship Erna Oldendorff made contact with the Oshima bridge on her way to Etajima, Japan. No people were hurt and there are no reports of pollution at this time.