The UK government is planning to publish during November the final policy regarding changes to the contract for difference (CfD) scheme for the third round, which will launch May 2019, regarding offshore wind and other less established technologies.
Lately the shipping industry has reached a wide consensus that it must decarbonize the sector. Especially ahead of the 2020 sulphur cap, the industry is trying to improve its environmental footprint. In this attempt, several companies are considering wind propulsion technology solutions.
A collision incident between two tankers and a container ship took place in Kaohsiung port on Saturday, October 3 morning. Namely, a chemical tanker collided with a smaller tanker, which then accidentally hit a container ship at the port.
Great Eastern Shipping Co Ltd will fit exhaust gas cleaning systems or scrubbers on seven of its ships. This makes it the first Indian fleet owner to take concrete steps to comply with the 0.5 per cent cap on sulphur in ship fuel oil mandated by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) from January 1, 2020.
The global fuel regulation IMO2020 will enter into force on January 1, 2020 – from that point on, all vessels worldwide will only be able to use fuel oil with a maximum sulfur content of 0.5 percent. In this video, CEO Rolf Habben Jansen explains which options exist for complying with the regulation and discusses the structure of the Marine Fuel Recovery (MFR) mechanism that Hapag-Lloyd introduced in October.
A joint venture of DP World and National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF) has won the bid to develop and operate the Free Trade Warehousing Zone (FTWZ) at India’s largest container gateway – Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT).
Norway's Minister of Petroleum and Energy Kjell-Børge Freiberg and his Russian colleague, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Dmitry Kobylkin signed an agreement on mutual rights to seismic acquisition in the Barents Sea.