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  • Hyster trucks drive out emissions

    The Port of Los Angeles (POLA) is reducing emissions with Hyster’s container handlers with Tier 4 Final engines – the first of the latest series to be delivered. 27 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • North America gets first LNG bunker barge

    North America is set to receive its first dedicated LNG bunker barge, said to be a critical supply chain component in worldwide ongoing efforts to reduce the environmental impact of the marine industry. 26 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • Australia’s emerging gas market

    ICIS, a leading provider of pricing and market information on the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market, says that Australia remains poised to become one of the world's largest LNG exporters. 26 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • Efficient container handling

    Five Hyster empty container handlers are helping Rotterdam Shortsea Terminals (RST) to load and unload ships more quickly and efficiently, saving the operator both time and money. 25 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • How “green” should smartPORTs be?

    ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: This year's World's Port Conference will be all about intelligent port management. 25 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • Gibraltar hosts bunkering Forum

    Gibraltar Port Authority is hosting the International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) Regional Forum that brings the industry together for a bunkering overview. 25 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • Arctic emissions set to soar

    A new report published by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) says that emissions from Arctic shipping could soar by 600% by 2025 if current sulphur fuel levels stay the same. 24 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • ICTSI works to lower Manila emissions

    With operations at International Container Terminal Services, Inc’s (ICTSI) flagship Manila terminal continuing to rise, new generation reach stackers are being deployed to keep emissions at bay. 24 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • Cruising’s green agenda

    Cruise operators have done a lot of work over the years to reduce emissions and waste, but ongoing investment is required to ensure the industry remains ‘green’, the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) told ‘GreenPort’. 24 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • AAPA supports energy projects seminar

    The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) is sponsoring a programme that will help the port and maritime industry with decision-making and facing challenges of investing in energy projects. 23 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • Reducing shipping’s carbon footprint

    Ports have an increasingly strategic role to play in their link in the value chain between ships and shore, writes Warwick Norman, chief executive officer, RightShip. 23 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • SGMF releases LNG Bunkering guidelines

    The first edition of ‘LNG Bunkering – Safety Guidelines’ has been released with the aim of providing the bunkering industry with best practices to ensure gas-fuelled ships are re-fuelled safely and reliably. 20 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • New electric ferry unveiled in Sweden

    Swedish ferry operator, Ballerina, is adding its first electrically-powered ferry to its fleet to transport passengers between 10 stops on the waterways of Stockholm. 19 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • GreenPort Congress & Cruise 2015

    Delegates are invited to attend the tenth Greenport Congress and third Greenport Cruise conference, to be held at Copenhagen Malmö Port from 6 to 9 October 2015. 19 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • Reducing emissions across the whole supply chain

    The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) says the new International Workshop Agreement (IWA 16) is a major step forward in achieving joined up thinking across the whole logistics support chain, including at ports and terminals. 19 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • Treating contaminated soils and sediments

    Envisan France, the French branch of the environmental division of Jan De Nul Group, is constructing a new treatment centre (CPEM) in La Seyne-sur-Mer, Southern France, designed specifically for the treatment and valorisation of contaminated soils and sediments, writes Kristof Nachtergaele, manager treatment centres and Daphné Glaser, business development manager, Envisan. 19 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • Boosting efficiency between the quay and the stack

    The final frontier for terminal efficiency lies between the quay and the container stacks. Automated guided vehicles (AGVs) can boost productivity and lower OPEX in this area so that the whole terminal will see the benefits, says Michel Lyrstrand, global sales director, Gaussin. 19 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • KPIs and measuring environmental performance

    Having made strong commitments to environmental stewardship, port authorities and operators are immersed in monitoring programmes to ascertain the performance of their activities against a series of criteria to reach stated targets, writes Charles Haine, sustainability advisor, maritime & waterways team, Royal HaskoningDHV. 19 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • ‘Green’ checklist to improve smaller ports

    An 11-point checklist has been developed by researchers at Plymouth University that say it could help the UK’s smaller ports work more sustainably. 18 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • Preparing ports for oil spill response

    Over the past 20 years, a great deal of work has been done to clean up the environment and prevent pollution and with even more stringent regulations in place, being prepared for an oil spill is vital, UK-based Adler and Allan (A&A) told ‘GreenPort’. 17 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • Order book boost for DEME

    Dredging, Environmental and Marine Engineering (DEME) has secured a number of new contracts worldwide worth approximately €1.6bn, providing a welcome boost for its order book in Q1 2015. 17 Feb 2015 - GreenPort

  • Norwegian rehabilitation project

    Treatment and remediation expert, Envisan, has won an important rehabilitation project in Norway which aims to restore the port basin to its desired depth and stop the further spread of contaminated sediments. 17 Feb 2015 - GreenPort