- MARINE LIFE OF THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA IS IN DANGER
- HAPAG-LLOYD SETS GREEN TARGETS
- BELGIUM ACCEDES TO OIL POLLUTION RESPONSE TREATY
- CASPIAN SEA STATES COOPERATE ON POLLUTION RESPONSE
- BANGLADESH READY FOR NEXT PHASE TO MAKE SHIP RECYCLING GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE
- HULL BIOFOULING WORSE THAN BALLASTING
- MAERSK OIL CONFIRMS PLAN TO SHUT TYRA FIELD IN 2018
- LOIPART – WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
- WORLD FUEL SERVICES PREPARES FOR THE NEW GLOBAL SULPHUR CAP
Marine life of the Mediterranean Sea is in dangerBecause of global climate change, the seas of our planet are getting warmer, which disturbs the marine ecological system drastically . The world's oceans will likely lose about one-sixth of their fish and other marine life by the end of the century.
Belgium accedes to oil pollution response treatyBelgium has become the 112th State to accede to IMO's International Convention on Oil Pollution Preparedness, Response and Co-operation (OPRC).
Bangladesh ready for next phase to make ship recycling green and sustainableThe Government of Bangladesh is actively seeking international partnerships and financial support to help make the country’s ship-recycling facilities greener and more sustainable, following the successful completion of the first phase of a project aimed
Maersk Oil confirms plan to shut Tyra field in 2018Dec 30 Maersk Oil, a subsidiary of Danish shipping and oil company A.P. Moller-Maersk, confirmed in a statement on Friday that it planned to stop production at its Tyra gas field in October 2018 as it would no longer be economically viable.
Loipart – Waste Management SystemsLoipart Group, a world-leading supplier for marine galley equipment, provision rooms and laundry systems, strengthen and expand its business with own designed systems and equipment for ship-generated garbage together with the new partner company A5 Marine
2020 Vision: World Fuel Services prepares for the new global sulphur capFrom 1 January 2020, a new global sulphur cap on marine fuels will come into effect which will turn the whole bunker industry upside down; and World Fuel Services is urging the shipping, bunkering and energy sectors to work together to meet this new chall