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30Jul

Liquid Natural Gas Best compliance strategy for IMO's NOx-regulations?

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The International Maritime Organization (IMO) demands that the sulphur content in maritime fuel be decreased from 1.0 % to 0.1 % after 1 January 2015. This regulation applies for fuel use in the North Sea, the English Channel, and the Baltic Sea – Sulphur Emission Control Areas (SECA), affecting the overall competitiveness of short sea shipping and that of industries relying on cost-efficient transportation.

26Jul

First Euroshore Honorary Chairman retires

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Euroshore Honorary Chairman Wim Hulshof, retired after forty years as a commercial director of waste processor ATM, and fifteen years of building, inspiring and driving Euroshore. Wim was one of the founding members of Euroshore in 1988, and chaired the organisation just before his retirement. Last year he was unanimously chosen as the first Honorary Chairman of Euroshore. During a celebratory dinner Hulshof was thanked for his numerous contributions to the successes of both ATM and Euroshore.

20Jul

ESPO's Port Performance Dashboard 2013

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On the 31st of May, ESPO held the tenth edition of its annual conference in Varna. The main highlight was a debate on the new ports policy regulation and communication of the European Commission, which were issued mid-May. During the conference, ESPO also presented the second edition of its port performance dashboard.

16Jul

Germany's gateways to the sea

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Germany's most important seaports are located at the coast of the Baltic Sea, and belong to separate states.

01May

Opinion: Total marine litter reduction and global ship dismantling solutions? Yes, we can!

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  • Reduction of marine litter: let’s meet the targets
  • Ship dismantling: yes to internationally balanced regulations