SonicWall, a cyber security company, launched an infographic based on its 2020 report, concerning the cyber threats that heavily targeted Internet of Thing (IoT) devices in 2019.
On the sidelines of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Arctic Summit, HFO-Free Arctic, global campaign by the Clean Arctic Alliance 2020, published an inforgraphic informing of the severe impacts of HFO use in the Arctic, also highlighting the economic impacts of clean-up costs and an HFO ban.
The cruise industry is making changes to its schedules and voyages trying to deal with the Coronavirus outbreak and protect its passengers and crew onboard. Thus, Royal Caribbean presents five key steps for a healthy cruising experience.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) praises 2019 as a year of action reminiscing its achievements throughout the year and highlighting the importance of preserving the 2019 World Maritime Theme supporting women in shipping and taking out the barriers towards diversity and gender equality.
In honor of December 10 marking the Human Rights Day, United Nations Women published an infographic presenting the women’s place, their abilities and the future awaiting.
The Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) and the Australian Cruise Association (ACA) published an infographic focusing on the Australian cruise industry and its development for 2018 to 2019, highlighting that the sector experienced an increase of 11.2% in its total value to the national economy in the past year.
EMSA launched a project on maritime safety, maritime security and protection of the marine environment between the EU MS and Non-EU countries bordering the Black and Caspian Sea. EMSA has implemented the Black and Caspian Sea Regions Project for technical assistance bringing together national, European and international stakeholders with the aim to raise the safety, security and protection of marine environment standards.
EMSA published an infographic presenting the SafeMed project during 2018. In general, the SafeMed Project on maritime safety and prevention of pollution from ships is a European Union (EU) funded regional project run by the Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Response Centre for the Mediterranean Sea (REMPEC) on behalf of the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
The European maritime single window environment, which was agreed in early February 2019, aims to address the issue of numerous, non-harmonised reporting obligations by linking the existing national maritime single windows together in a coordinated and harmonised way. The reform will improve interoperability between various systems, making it much easier to share and reuse data.
Total inked an agreement for the development of an LNG import floating terminal in Benin; the FSRUs are a better investment for an oil and gas company, in comparison to LNG carriers, as Drewry previously stated. Therefore, in order to take advantage of a FSRU’s benefits, one has to get an insight on how it works.
Panama Canal achieves milestone transit12/08/2020
ReCAAP ISC: Six incidents of piracy and armed robbery reported during July 202012/08/2020
Mauritius PM calls for worst-case scenario preparations12/08/2020
Just In Time guide launched supporting smarter, efficient shipping12/08/2020
- Maritime Health
Update August 12: Live map depicts spread of coronavirus12/08/2020
Two workers died at Al-Zour LNG terminal in Kuwait11/08/2020
- Green Shipping
APM Terminals, CMA CGM link Spain, UK and Ireland with eco-friendly solution11/08/2020
MPA issues guidelines for safe transfer of people between vessels at anchorage11/08/2020
China revises law on the prevention and control of environmental pollution by solid waste11/08/2020
IMO digitalizes all meetings for 202011/08/2020