HSFO in 2020 could contain 4.2% Sulfur prior to scrubber treatment: CONCAWE

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The level of sulfur in marine fuel, before it passes through an exhaust gas cleaning system, or scrubber, could rise from current levels to 4.2% in 2020, an industry expert said.


Euroshore welcomes delegation of harbour masters and environmental officers of West Africa

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On March 21, 2019, Euroshore welcomed a delegation of harbour masters and port environmental experts of PENAF (Ports Environmental Network-Africa) in Brussels. Euroshore highlighted some new challenges in maritime shipping (ship generated waste and cargo residues, ballast water, antifouling and biofouling) and organised a presentation of ECOPORT network by ESPO.


Top 10 Global Fleets worth 547 billion USD

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At the start of 2019, the top 10 countries of ship owners account for 547 billion USD worth oif ships, a value which has gone up 6% compared to the start of 2018.


News from our members

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Ecoslops signs agreement with Suez Canal Economic Zone to build and operate a un it for collection, reception and treatment of oily residues from maritime origin in Port Saïd (Egypt).


Beware of Local Restrictions Before Discharging Wash water from Scrubbers

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Despite the IMO’s approval for scrubbers as a safe bet for the new sulphur regulations, some local authorities of coastal countries are concerned about the wash water discharged from these scrubbers, reports the Gard.