Marine Navigation in the Canadian Arctic
The Bering Strait is the only marine connection between the Chukchi Sea and Arctic Ocean to the north and the Bering Sea and Pacific Ocean to the south
Navigating the poles with the help of the UN
During MEPC 66th Session, IMO agreed which ships are to be covered by the future environmental regulations for voyages in polar areas.
Enhanced regional cooperation on alternative fuels for ships have been a key matter in the Meeting of HELCOM Maritime Group closing last week, which has followed up various maritime commitments of the HELCOM Copenhagen Ministerial Meeting in October 2013. Other agenda items include safety of navigation; ballast water; sewage discharges and port reception facilities and the detection, investigation and prosecution of offenders of anti-pollution regulations.
The icebreaker POLAR STAR departed Seattle in support of Operation Deep Freeze for the first time since 2006 with the task of resupplying the National Science Foundation (NSF) scientific research station at McMurdo.
Masterplanning is crucial for ports' development21/11/2019
Port Everglades, Port of Barranquilla sign MoU improving trade relations21/11/2019
Forecasts see Petrobras becoming world's largest oil producer21/11/2019
- Loss Prevention
New Zealand proposes ways to prevent drowning21/11/2019
PLA Navy tests container vessel for underway replenishment21/11/2019
EU, Singapore trade agreement comes into force21/11/2019
Assessment launched to manage IMO 2020 safety risks21/11/2019
Governments to produce 50% more climate-compliant fossil fuels by 203021/11/2019
IMO 2020: Compliant Fuel Availability Assessment21/11/2019
Shipping calls for fast finalization of MedECA21/11/2019