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DP World Southampton to halve NOx emissions by 2020

DP World Southampton announced the launch of new hybrid equipment that will enable it further reduce its emissions and carbon footprint. According to the port’s statement, the new hybrid equipment commenced its operation this week.

Verifavia to offer Clean Shipping Index verification

Verifavia, announced an expansion of its offering, as it will now include global verification services for the Clean Shipping Index, an independent rating system of the environmental performance of ships and shipping companies. The CSI verification service will include EU MRV, IMO DCS, and CCWG verification.

New project expands Sund plant on Faroe Islands, reduces NOx

MAN Diesel & Turbo is to supply four-stroke engines will expand the existing “Sund” power plant near the capital Tórshavn and will run on Heavy Fuel Oil to generate both electrical power and heat for the district heating network on the island. The project has emphasis on restricting the impact on the environment by significantly reducing the level of NOx.

ICS applauds IMO MEPC 70 outcome

ICS has welcomed many of the agreements made during MEPC 70 last week. First and moremost, ICS applauded IMO road map addressing CO2 emissions from international shipping with initial CO2 reduction commitments to be agreed by IMO by 2018.

CMA CGM signs agreement with GAC Norway

The Scandinavian arm of the CMA CGM has signed an agency, husbandry and NOx reporting agreement with GAC Norway for its ships calling at the port of Oslo.

MEPC adopts amendments to MARPOL

The MEPC adopted amendments to: • MARPOL Annex I regulation 43 concerning special requirements for the use or carriage of…

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