A new study by not-for-profit research centre Clear Seas provides a comprehensive picture of the commercial vessels operating in Canada’s Pacific region, aiming to help better assess and understand risks associated with commercial shipping in Canada’s Pacific waters.
In an effort to reduce incidents at sea and as part of its Masters’ Guide series, the Standard Club issued the “Container securing” guide focusing on delivering best practice advice on key areas of vessel operations.
On February 24th 2021, the TRAN Committee of the European Parliament adopted MEP Delli’s report on more efficient and cleaner maritime transport. FEPORT reports on the objectives of this report and welcomes the MEPs good appraisal of the main issues at stake.
The UK published new guidance to help ship owners and managers understand the long-term wellbeing impacts of COVID-19 on their crew.
Standard’s Club local correspondents in Columbia (A&A Multiprime) issued a circular to infrom on the precautions concerning drugs smuggling at Colombian ports.
New research highlights that Government support for “shore-power” is necesarry to unlock a triple-win of cleaner air, lower climate pollution, and smart 21st century electricity grids in UK ports.
Amid an alarming trend of containers lost overboard, the Swedish P&I Club issued a report providing guidance on planning and loading the containers, such as the containers’ stowage plan, dimensions, weights, and stability.
A new report, published by the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and commissionned by Danish Maritime Authority, provides an overview and discussion of potential Market Based Measures under IMO’s Initial GHG Strategy.
Global LNG trade increased to 360 million tonnes in 2020 despite the unprecedented volatility caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, says oil major Shell in its latest annual LNG Outlook published Thursday. The report also predicts that global LNG demand is expected to reach 700 million tonnes by 2040.
ABS recently issued a report on Methanol as Marine Fuel, highlighting the challenges in design and operation of methanol-fueled vessels.
BHP: Port Hedland Mooring Management Standard effective from July 202105/03/2021
- Green Shipping
Norwegian group to boost maritime green shift05/03/2021
Part of Eastern Pacific's fleet to run on methanol and ammonia05/03/2021
New study provides overview of vessels traffic in Canada’s Pacific region05/03/2021
Port Canaveral becomes North America’s first LNG cruise port05/03/2021
MCIB investigation: Drifting cargo ship runs aground after abandonment05/03/2021
New joint venture aims to develop electrically powered, zero-emission vessels05/03/2021
Cyprus’ meeting with IMO Secretary General: An oveview05/03/2021
Watch: What is the cost of corruption at sea?05/03/2021
Watch: Advanced marine simulator with digital twin capability unveiled05/03/2021
- Maritime Health
Update: Live map depicts spread of coronavirusFuels
IMO MEPC 76: Review of 2020 marine fuels qualityCasualties
Deceased Captain of bulk carrier tests positive for COVID-19Casualties
Lessons learned: Fatality from electrocution during maintenance onboard
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