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Social Media and Shipping – Strangers at a Christmas Party?

It won’t come as much of a surprise to you to hear that the maritime industry as a whole doesn’t really trust social media.

Exceptions exist, but by and large, the maritime industry and social media are strangers at a party who don’t usually get introduced. This is a shame. Because they’d get along well if someone did introduce them properly.

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Falling Oil Prices Push Owners to Offload ECO Ships

Ship owners are seeking to offload newbuild ultramax ECO bulkers as oil prices are fated to remain low and in the expectation of a week market next year, Tradewinds reports.

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Port of Long Beach (POLB) to Test Barge-Based Emission Control System

Barbados Port Inc. has committed to developing an incentive program to incentivise more efficient ships calling at the port, in partnership with the Carbon War Room and Rightship.

The Port of Long Beach (POLB) is overseeing the testing of a barge-based Advanced Maritime Emissions Control System (AMECS) to reduce at-berth emissions.

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ClassNK And US Maritime Resource Centre To Collaborate On Efficiency Research

http://fathom-ctech.com/news-item/eniram-receive-ship-efficiency-energy-solution-award/17-10-2014/967/

The US Maritime Resource Centre (USMRC) and Tokyo-based ship classification society ClassNK have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop a framework for research and development cooperation in maritime activities for the future.

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Danish Ship-owner Association to Drive Stricter Ship Fuel Controls

The Danish Shipowners Association and the minister of environment Kirsten Brosbøl are collaborating to enforce stricter EU controls on ships’ fuel.

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Hyde Marine Celebrates 400th Hyde GUARDIAN® BWTS Order

http://fathom-ctech.com/news-item/testing-of-eco-hybrid-fuel-going-well/03-11-2014/989/

Hyde Marine, Inc., announced it recorded its 400th order for its Hyde GUARDIAN® Ballast Water Treatment System (BWTS), which will be installed on a tug boat for an articulated tug barge (ATB) being built by VT Halter Marine at the company’s Pascagoula, MS, facility.

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