Environment

MARCH 15, 2017 — Helsinki, Finland, headquartered naval architecture and marine engineering consultancy firm Foreship has secured a major ballast water treatment system (BWTS) consultancy contract from Norwegian Cruise Line. The contract calls for Foresight…
MARCH 9, 2017 —When the Deepwater Horizon drilling pipe blew out seven years ago, those in charge of the recovery discovered that the oil bubbling from the sea floor wasn't all collecting on the surface…
MARCH 7, 2017 — With what is still a relatively small number of U.S. Coast Guard type-approved ballast water management systems starting to be available, many vessel owners will now have questions on what they…
FEBRUARY 27, 2017 — Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK) reports that it has completed the installation and certification of Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems (EGCS) on an industry-leading 60 ships across its brands.…
FEBRUARY 27, 2017 — "Financiers should be future-proofing investments and preparing to harness the new opportunities decarbonization will create," says Carbon War Room CEO Jules Kortenhorst. "Even with $400 billion in global shipping debt at…
FEBRUARY 24, 2017 — Unless the IMO makes significant progress on reducing CO2 emissions from shipping, the industry could face regional action not only from the EU, but also from Canada or California, which have…
FEBRUARY 23, 2017 — A federal jury in Charleston, South Carolina, late yesterday convicted two chief engineers of the vessel, T/V Green Sky, of falsifying documents in order to conceal illegal discharges of oily bilge…
FEBRUARY 21, 2017 — Hyundai Global Services — a company recently spun off by shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries – has signed an MOU with Korean shipping company KSS Line that will see the two companies…
FEBRUARY 20, 2017 — MSC Fantasia, the first MSC Cruises ship to be retrofitted with exhaust gas cleaning systems, has received her MED Certificate from Bureau Veritas after passing MARPOL testing. This certifies that the…
FEBRUARY 16, 2017 — Hitachi Zosen Corporation reports that it has received an order from China's Dalian Marine Diesel Co. for two high-pressure selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems. Hitachi Zosen says this is the first…
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