Environmental

MNZ Inspectors Board Fishing Vessels Off South Island

A joint operation by Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) and the New Zealand Defence Force – Operation Moana – has seen 16 fishing vessels operating off the west coast of

Seacure Higher Flow-Rate BWTS Certified by BSH

Evoqua inform that the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie- BSH), which previously granted the Evoqua

Aiming to Make Less Fuel Go Further: Maersk Drilling

Maersk Drilling says it is engaged in an energy efficiency project for its newbuilds together with Maersk Maritime Technology. The project involves an Energy Management System (MSPS),

PierPass' New President Responsible for Ports of LA & Long Beach

New president John Cushing’s role gives him responsibility for PierPass programs to relieve congestion and improve air quality at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.

Environmental Attorney Joins Long Beach Harbor Commission

  Environmental attorney and Long Beach resident Tracy Egoscue joined the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners on Tuesday as the first Commissioner appointed by newly elected Mayor Robert Garcia.

DP World & Hutchison Port Holdings to Combat Global Warming

  In an unprecedented show of commitment for an environmental cause, DP World and Hutchison Port Holdings Limited (HPH) have joined hands to combat global warming

Seattle Calls for Safeguards Amid Boom in Oil Train Shipments

Seattle officials called on Wednesday for more safeguards for crude oil trains traveling through the city in increasing numbers, warning some rail infrastructure

Tidal Project Could Provide Cheaper, Greener Energy

A £10-billion tidal range lagoon power project in the Severn Estuary would provide clean, renewable power to more than two million homes – at a lower cost and with

Prime Minister Solberg Visits DNV GL

Norway’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg visited DNV GL Høvik yesterday, September 16. Group President & CEO Henrik Madsen was host. “The Prime Minister was both

World’s Largest Iceberg Continues to Break Apart

The United States National Ice Center (NIC) named three new icebergs after a previous iceberg B15T broke into four pieces. B15T remains, while the resultant icebergs are named B15Z, B15AA and B15AB.

Brazil Suspends Auction to Dam Tapajos River

Brazil has canceled an auction to sell rights to build a hydroelectric dam on the Sao Luiz do Tapajos River in the lower Amazon Basin, a 30 billion real ($13 billion)

Lafarge, Wartsila, IFC to Build Power Plant in Nigeria

Lafarge Africa, Finland's Wartsila and the World Bank's IFC have agreed to build a 220 megawatt (MW) gas-fired power plant in Nigeria to boost electricity supplies, they said on Wednesday.

Czech, Slovak Day Ahead Falls While Poland Soars on Outages

Central European spot power diverged on Wednesday with forecasts for lower renewable output supporting Czech and Slovak day ahead and more import capacity from

Impact of Upcoming Regulations on Wreck Removal

The Nairobi International Convention on wreck removal was ratified by India recently and will be enforceable from April next year. This will place financial responsibility

Romania parliament postpones gas price deregulation to 2021

The Romanian parliament's lower house on Wednesday postponed planned deregulation of household gas prices by two and a half years to July 2021 aiming to support

Libya's El Sharara Field Shuts Amid Fighting Damages

Libya's El Sharara field has shut down production after a tank was damaged at the Zawiya refinery during fighting between armed groups in the area, an oil ministry official said on Wednesday.

Iraq's Oil Output at Stake for Want of Water

Project designed to raise oil extraction rates but red tape, cost disputes slow it down. Some mature fields already suffering from lack of water. A lack of water

Impact of China Coal Restrictions Questioned

Who to believe? The traders and analysts who say China's new regulations on coal quality is a body blow to Australian exports, or the companies and their association

ICS Counsels Wisdom on Ballast Water Convention

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has reiterated its call for governments to address the serious implementation issues concerning the IMO Ballast Water

White House Partners with Industry to Tackle Greenhouse Gas

The White House on Tuesday announced steps to tackle a potent greenhouse gas used in refrigeration and air conditioning, of which the United States is the world's largest producer,

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