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Wärtsilä awarded repeat order to supply exhaust gas cleaning systems for 3 Finnlines vessels

28/08/2015

Finnlines, a leading Ro-Ro and passenger vessel operator with services in the North and Baltic Seas, has contracted Wärtsilä to supply three of its vessels with exhaust cleaning scrubber systems. Finnlines is part of the Grimaldi Group.

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Belgium: Skangass “loads” LNG in Zeebrugge

24/04/2015

The Norwegian company Skangass has concluded an agreement with the energy company ENI. At the beginning of January the MS “Coral Energy” took on board LNG (liquefied natural gas) in Zeebrugge

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Belgium: New Siberian natural gas contract for Zeebrugge

24/04/2015

The gas network administrator Fluxys Belgium has concluded a 20-year contract with the consortium Yamal LNG for the transport of 8 million tonnes of LNG per year from the northwest of Siberia to Zeebrugge (which will act as a transhipment hub)

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EU CANNIBALISING ITSELF WITH ECA

14/01/2015

Low-sulphur rules have some unfortunate and ironic consequences for modal-shift initiatives.

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Scrubbers: Shipowners urge for clarity and legal certainty at the eleventh hour

10/10/2014

In a position paper published today, European shipowners ask EU Member States to adopt a clear, long-term and above all harmonised position on the issue of the discharges of washwater produced by open-loop scrubbers installed on ships.

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Containerships has ordered two additional dual-fuel engine technology container ships

29/09/2014

With the gas mode, the engines are Tier III compliant with the upcoming IMO emission regulations for SECA areas also regarding NOx.

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Three LNG terminals received 65.2 million euros in Finland

24/09/2014

The Ministry of Employment and the Economy in Finland granted 65.2 million euros in energy subsidies for three liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals.

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Implications of the 2015 ECA sulphur regulation

18/07/2014

From 1 January 2015 new legal requirements will come into force in the Emission Control Areas (ECA) in North Europe and North America. This legal requirement will lower the maximum allowed content of sulphur in fuel burned in the ECA’s to 0.1% sulphur from todays 1.0%.

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GDF SUEZ signs an agreement to develop LNG as marine fuel

04/07/2014

GDF SUEZ, Mitsubishi and NYK signed a framework agreement aiming to develop the LNG Bunkering market worldwide through LNG Bunkering Vessels.

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TIME AND TIDE WAIT FOR NOBODY: SHIPOWNERS AND PORTS CALL FOR SCRUBBER CLARIFICATIONS

02/07/2014

Following the plenary meeting of the ESSF (European Sustainable Shipping Forum) last week, European shipowners and port authorities urgently call for the clarification of the rules pertaining to the use of scrubbers.

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