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  • Over 170 countries, including India, signed an agreement in London earlier this week to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by at least 50 per cent (based on 2008 levels) from shipping by 2050.

  • The Queen Elizabeth II ocean liner may finally start generating returns for Dubai after the emirate spent $100 million buying the vessel more than a decade ago.

  • The IMO Maritime Environmental Protection Committee (MEPC) has agreed on an important initial strategy on reduction of GHG emissions from ships. On top of this, MEPC also paved the way for effective enforcement of the upcoming global sulphur cap.

  • Research and innovation bring the possibility of autonomy closer to realization and subsequently unmanned transports are about to enter the shipping industry. While, remotely operated and autonomous shipping projects provide unique opportunities to develop pioneering solutions, they also raise some legal as well as liability issues that need to be resolved.

  • The International Maritime Organization is set to throw up another challenge for the shipping industry with Friday’s greenhouse gas cuts deal, requiring the industry to come up with GHG-free vessel designs over the next decade at the same time as it struggles with other regulations.

  • The International Maritime Organization said it approved on Friday an amendment that would ban ships unequipped to strip sulphur from carrying high-sulphur fuel from 2020 – when new sulphur-content limits come into effect.

  • The International Maritime Organization said it approved on Friday an amendment that would ban ships unequipped to strip sulphur from carrying high-sulphur fuel from 2020 – when new sulphur-content limits come into effect

  • The environmental committee of IMO decided at its 72th meeting to adopt an initial strategy on the reduction of Green House Gases (GHG) emissions from ships. This strategy sets out levels of ambition to reduce GHG emissions on a pathway to full decarbonisation, consistent with the Paris Agreement temperature goals.

  • Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (the Register, RS) will be a participant to the 18th International Exhibition for Equipment and Technologies for Oil and Gas Industries – NEFTEGAZ 2018 to be held on 16 – 19 April 2018 at Expocentre Fairgrounds, Moscow.

  • One worker lost his life, while nine more were injured in a tank blast which occurred at Russian Almaz shipbuilding yard on April 11, Sputnik news reported citing a statement from local authorities.