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  • GTT membrane systems for six VLECs

    France’s Gaztransport and Technigaz (GTT) is to supply its LNG transportation and storage solution for six Very Large Ethane Carriers (VLECs) being built by Korea’s SHI for an Asian group. 19 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • DNV GL to class VLECs

    DNV GL is to class five ECO STAR 85k Very Large Ethane Carriers (VLECs) after signing a Letter of Intent at the SMM Exhibition 2014 last week. 18 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • DP World and HPH go ‘green’

    DP World and Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) are joining forces to run a ‘Waste Reduction Campaign’ in a bid to curb global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. 17 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Maryland ‘green’ efforts recognised

    The Maryland Port Administration (MPA) has been awarded for its environmental efforts to identify and control the impacts of activities, products and services. 17 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Grant for POLA emissions project

    The Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners is in receipt of a US$469,000 grant award from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to retrofit cargo handling equipment used at the Port of Los Angeles. 17 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Ensuring future environmental measures

    The cruise industry says that it wants to ensure future environmental measures are simple to administer, cost-effective and proportionate, things that are crucial to effective greening of the cruise industry, writes Anne-Marie Causer, GreenPort News Editor. 16 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Promoting fuel savings with SmartSpeed

    US based Applied Weather Technology (AWT), a StormGeo company, has launched AWT SmartSpeed, which it says is the first route advisory service to use advanced optimisation to set both optimum route and speed for each segment of a voyage. 16 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Wärtsilä addresses market demands with new CPP

    Wärtsilä introduced its latest Controllable Pitch (CP) propeller system at the 2014 SMM Exhibition last week, which it says addresses the demands of medium and large sized vessel owners. 16 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Denmark: State of Green

    Denmark’s State of Green initiative, a collective group of Danish stakeholders in the green energy and environmental fields, is launching a new section to its website focusing on green maritime solutions. 15 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Emirates MoU to class LNG-powered tug

    Emirates Classification Society TASNEEF has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Drydocks World and Dubai Maritime City (DMC) to provide classification services for an LNG-powered tug. 15 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Alfa Laval unveils latest generation scrubber (

    Alfa Laval has launched a new generation of its exhaust gas cleaning system, the Pure SOx 2.0 scrubber, which is said to provide more possibilities for shipowners. 12 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • The growing potential of the Arctic

    The Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) says that the recent industrial policy seminar held in Nuuk has identified the potential for and barriers to maritime growth in the Arctic. 11 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Methane research in the Antarctic

    An international team of scientists have discovered more than 130 seeps of methane leaking through the Antarctic seabed – the first evidence that these leaks are present in the Southern Ocean. 10 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Shell unveils new lubricant for ECA-bound vessels

    Shell Marine Products launched a new solution at the SMM Exhibition 2014 taking place in Hamburg this week, to help large vessels comply with the revised emission control area (ECA) regulations coming into force on 1 January 2015. 10 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • BV classification for LNG bunker vessel

    Bureau Veritas is to class an LNG bunker vessel being built by Korea's Hanjin Heavy Industries, under an agreement between Japan's NYK and Mitsubishi and France's GDF Suez. 10 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Will you be attending your industry conference?

    Many people wrongly believe that the ability to access information on the internet has replaced the need to attend live meetings. The truth is that meetings are more important than ever because it’s the face to face connections that delegates often state as being the most valuable part of attending an event, writes Isobel Roberts, GreenPort Events & Business Development Manager. 09 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Eco Marine shortlisted for efficiency awards

    Japan’s renewable energy expert, Eco Marine Power (EMP), has been nominated as a finalist in two categories of the inaugural Ship Efficiency Awards 2014, hosted by Lloyd’s Register and organised by Fathom Shipping. 09 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Malaysian potential for LNG top spot

    The commercial intelligence specialist for the energy, metals and mining industries, Wood Mackenzie says that by 2020, Malaysia has the potential to be the largest supplier of flexible LNG to the global market, larger even than Qatar. 08 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Nanotechnology applied to fuel emulsion to cut emissions

    UK-based SulNOx Fuel Fusions says that application of nanotechnology to emulsified fuel could cut emissions of NOx by 50% and particulates by up to 90%, as well as “slash the emissions of green house gases”. 04 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Rotterdam congestion eases but reliability knocked

    Delays are starting to ease at the Port of Rotterdam because of the short term measures put in place last month, but new research shows that schedule reliability to the port plummeted this summer because of the congestion. 03 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Five ports shortlisted for ESPO Award

    The projects of the ports of Huelva, Koper, Lisbon, Marseille and Rotterdam have been shortlisted for the sixth European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) Award on Societal Integration of Ports. 02 Sep 2014 - GreenPort

  • Emerging from fire

    It used to be thought that environmental concerns were simply issues for the mature, established economies. Now there’s an awareness that developing ports will also be growing their own set of environmental challenges that could suck the blood from their future – unless dealt with early, writes Stevie Knight, GreenPort Contributor. 02 Sep 2014 - GreenPort