More ships using vegetable oil as fuel

In April 2018, more than 100 Member States met at the United Nations International Maritime Organization (IMO) in London and adopted an initial strategy on the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from ships by at least 50% by 2050 compared to 2008 levels.. It was reported previously, that as from 1st of January 2020 the new global limit on the sulphur content will be 0.50% m/m.. More and more shipowners seem to be going the route of using vegetable oil as fuel.. Read more...

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56% of businesses have not planned for Brexit

Despite being only left with 150 days until Brexit, over half (56%) of business leaders have not started to make plans for the impact of Brexit on their business. As per the discussions and a live poll conducted at the Brexit Business Event, this is guided by the belief of the majority (68%) that a deal will not be completed by March. Read more >>> The post 56% of businesses have not planned for Brexit appeared first on Shipping and...

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Autonomous shipping is the future for the maritime industry – SCUBA News

SCUBA NewsAutonomous shipping is the future for the maritime industrySCUBA NewsAs consumers, it's easy to underestimate the sheer size of the maritime industry, because it's something that we just don't see. Although shipping might go under the radar for a lot of people, this form of transportation is a huge industry, and one ... Source: Google Shipping News

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