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ICS: Shipping must look beyond sulfur cap to decarbonization

The industry cannot achieve the 2050 GHG reduction target using fossil fuels, says Esben Poulsson

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BIMCO: GHG study should be based on 'realistic' economic projections

Unrealistic scenarios 'risk making the wrong decisions and spending resources ineffectively'

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Wartsila to deliver hybrid retrofit for short-sea shipping

Wartsila to deliver hybrid retrofit for short-sea shipping

The project with Norway's Hagland Shipping will be the first of its kind

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VeriFuel calls for cooperation, transparency ahead of 2020 sulfur cap

Sharing of fuel data will be vital to ensure that quality issues are addressed

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Some ATB barges scrapped as ballast water rules kick in

Some ATB barges scrapped as ballast water rules kick in

Kirby will take some of its older units out of service instead of paying for treatment systems

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Concept design, engineering completed for first electric tanker

Concept design, engineering completed for first electric tanker

The target for the first vessel launch in Japan is set for late 2020

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Wartsila adds contracts for Aquarius UV ballast water management system

Wartsila adds contracts for Aquarius UV ballast water management system

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Forum focuses on changing 'airscape' for ship emissions

Topics at 'What’s in Your Stack?' include decarbonization of ports and new propulsion technologies

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New Flow Water BWMS allows at-sea installation

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China bans use of open-loop scrubbers in coastal waters

The move comes as nations prepare for the IMO's 0.5 percent sulfur cap in 2020

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