CMA CGM Slashes Fleet CO2 Emissions by 50%

 CMA CGM, a leading worldwide shipping Group, is pleased to announce a 50% improvement in its CO2 performance for its owned fleet. Thanks to an efficient environmental

New Electric Outboard from Torqeedo

Torqeedo has introduced a new flagship model for its low-voltage Cruise line, the Cruise 10.0. This 20 horsepower-equivalent, emission-free outboard can plane light

Maximizing the Middle East's Aging O&G Structures

As oil and gas facilities in the Middle East are aging and approaching their anticipated design life, operators are asking whether the end is really near, and whether a new lease on life is possible.

Nuclear Exit Unthinkable for Climate Conference Host France

Early this year, France's state energy and environment agency was set to publish a study that found the country could realistically abandon nuclear reactors and

Can a Lobster be an Archaeologist?

The Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) has launched an illustrated book for 10- to 14-year-olds aimed at growing interest in the variety of careers on offer under the waves.

Britain Scraps 'Green' Costs for Energy-intensive Industry

Britain will permanently exclude energy-intensive industries such as steel and chemicals from extra costs to support green energy projects, finance minister George Osborne said on Wednesday.

Abu Dhabi's TAQA to Shed U.S. Wind Asset

Abu Dhabi National Energy Co , or TAQA, has filed with U.S. energy regulators to sell its stake in the Lakefield wind power plant in the U.S. state of Minnesota to a Qatari company.

U.S. EPA to Push Biofuels Mandates

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is widely expected to increase requirements for biofuels use through 2016 due to higher total fuel demand, when it

BWM Convention Doesn't Resolve U.S. Issues - ICS

ICS notes that the IMO Secretary General has announced that the Ballast Water Management Convention will enter into force worldwide from 24 November 2016, following

Need to Cut Cost for Barent Sea Development - DNV GL Study

  OG21 today received the DNV GL study of technologies that should be developed for year-round oil and gas production at 74 degrees North in the Norwegian Barents Sea.

Exhibition on Polar Expedition of Heroes in Murmansk

The exhibition "The attraction of the North" opens in Murmansk, in the framework of the presentation of the VIII International festival of documentary films and

Ballast Water Management in the Field Put to the Test

Turner Designs, along with scientists from around the world participated in a research cruise aboard the RV Meteor, a vessel owned by the Federal Republic of Germany

Out of the Eye ... & Staying There

I have never been in a hurricane. That’s a fact. Actually, my wife likes to say that whenever there is any kind of natural disaster, I’m typically nowhere to be found.

Oshawa Port Authority Joins Green Marine

The Oshawa Port Authority, one of Green Marine’s founding members as the former Oshawa Harbor Commission, announced it is again a Green Marine participant.   Green

Morocco, Indonesia Ratify BWM Convention

Morocco and Indonesia have become the latest nations to ratify the Ballast Water Management (BWM) Convention, an international measure adopted in 2004 for environmental

Ecoslops Produces First Marine Fuel Prodcuts

Ecoslops' refinery in the Port of Sinès, Portugal, has commenced industrial production and delivered the first volume of marine fuel products compliant with ISO8217,

Adrift Cargo Ship Taken in Tow

The Barbados-registered cargo vessel Skog, which was adrift off Orkney after encountering engine problems, is now under tow, the U.K. Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) reported.

Shell Fined by Scottish Court for 2011 North Sea Oil Spill

Oil major Royal Dutch Shell was handed a 22,500 pound ($33,919) fine by a local Scottish court on Tuesday for a 2011 oil spill in the North Sea that was the largest in more than a decade.

Shipping's CO2 Reduction Goals Exceed Commitments -ICS

The United Nations (UNFCCC) has published a Synthesis Report analyzing the impact of the pledges made by 146 nations to reduce CO2 emissions in advance of next

India Opposes 2100 Fossil Fuel Phaseout

India would reject a deal to combat climate change that includes a pledge for the world to wean itself off fossil fuels this century, a senior official said, underlying

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