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Mission to Seafarers launches ‘Digital Seafarers’ Centre’

Seatrade Maritime News 07 Jun 2023
We take pride in the fact that our services are tailored to meet local needs in every one of our 200 locations, and the Happy at Sea app will provide seafarers with rapid access to these essential facilities.” ... Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO of DNV Maritime,said.

Rising above differences

China Daily 06 Jun 2023
Nominally providing partners with the ability to respond to weather and humanitarian events and protect their fisheries, the IPMDA essentially tracks and monitors the shipping and other maritime military activities of rival nations and will provide the US and its partners with real-time active maritime security situation in regional waters.

The Cybersecurity Implications of IMO 2023

The Maritime Executive 04 Jun 2023
While these regulations are essential for environmental sustainability, they will also have significant impacts on Operational Technology (OT) cybersecurity in the maritime industry ... What are OT systems and what cybersecurity challenges do they add in the maritime environment?.

Marina continues to improve its performance for the maritime industry's future

The Manila Times 04 Jun 2023
2023 is a challenging year for the Maritime Industry Authority (Marina), with persistent criticisms, nevertheless, there are many reasons to celebrate, including Marina's 49th Founding Anniversary ... These documents are essential for seafarers to legally engage in maritime activities and serve aboard Philippine registered vessels.

EU proposes new measures for safe and green shipping

SAFETY4SEA 02 Jun 2023
Modernised maritime safety rules. Three out of the five proposals are focusing on modernising and improving maritime safety rules ... The proposals also aim to prevent any type of illegal discharges into European seas, which is essential to lower the environmental impact of maritime transport activities and preserve the marine ecosystem.

Future fuels transition is cost-prohibitive without adoption of clean technology

SAFETY4SEA 01 Jun 2023
In particular, while there is no ‘silver bullet’ to secure shipping’s decarbonization, the delivery and uptake of a new generation of viable and proven zero-carbon fuels will be essential to meeting the targets and expectations of regulatory bodies like the International Maritime ...

T&E NGO: EU regulations promote unsustainable biofuel use

SAFETY4SEA 31 May 2023
Fuels supplied to maritime and aviation applications will be brought fully within EU’s Renewable Energy ... The FuelEUMaritime proposal states that “sustainable maritime fuels produced from feedstock are essential” and anticipates 800 thousand tons of demand for lipids by 2030.

Neste starts to use lower-emission marine fuel in vessels to Sweden

Tanker Operator 31 May 2023
Over 90% of the world’s trade is carried by sea, making maritime transport essential to the global economy. The International Maritime Organization has set ambitious targets for the maritime sector to reduce its emissions to combat climate change ...   ...   ...   ... The fuel is now commercially available in Finland and Denmark ...   ...   ... .

A Turkey in need of pragmatism

The Manila Times 30 May 2023
Straddling the Asian and the European continents, Turkey controls the main access into the Mediterranean from the Black Sea, and thus the major maritime egress of both Ukraine and Russia into a strategically crucial part of the world. Turkey remains essentially neutral in the ...

Netherlands Commits to Financial Aid to Help Ports Install Shore Power

The Maritime Executive 26 May 2023
“In order to achieve the climate goals, it is essential that all sectors make their contribution, including the maritime sector,” said Minister for Infrastructure and Water Management Mark Harbers ... projects for maritime shipping will also be eligible for the subsidy.

ESG Watch: Expert thinking on ESG in the maritime industry

SAFETY4SEA 25 May 2023
Sanjam Gupta, Founder, Maritime SheEO. One change that could have an immediate impact on the gender-related aspects of ESG performance in the maritime industry is the promotion of gender diversity and equality in the workforce ... At ICS we see focus on ESG as essential and desire more Diversity, Inclusion and Equity in the Maritime industry.

German government keen at supporting KAIPTC to build capacity of maritime actors in Africa

Joy Online 23 May 2023
However, maritime threats such as piracy, robbery, illegal fishing, and smuggling pose significant challenges to the stability and prosperity of coastal states ... The course, he says, is particularly important because, the maritime domain is essential to global mobility and trade and is an abundant source of vital resources, from food to energy.

Lessons for India in the Indian Ocean Region

Financial Express 23 May 2023
Along with India, Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) was coordinating the effort by deploying P-8A aircraft for the search. While the Indian Navy deployed its Air Maritime Reconnaissance asset, P 81 Poseidon ... To deal with either of the issues maritime domain awareness (MDA) is essential.Also Read.

Trafigura sees large potential for production of green ammonia and green methanol in Global South

SAFETY4SEA 23 May 2023
According to Trafigura, green e-fuels produced from renewable energy could be produced in abundance in the developing countries of the Global South ... The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has an essential role to play in this regard, as the de facto global regulator of shipping ... the report said ... added. Credits. Trafigura ... Fuels of the future ... ....

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