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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: 8 Things You Need To Know About Black Carbon And The Shipping Industry

In this week’s spotlight, Fathom takes a look at the impact of BC emission and deposition, the feedback mechanisms of BC on Arctic ice melt, and how the increase of Arctic shipping is likely to invite future regulation of emissions for ships voyaging across the Arctic shipping routes.

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Charterers Now Excluding The Most Inefficient Ships

Charterers which represent 20% of global shipped tonnage now have policies in place to avoid using the most inefficient ships

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EU MRV Bringing Momentum For International Agreement?

On 28 April this year, the European Council approved a new shipping regulation to ensure ships monitor, report and verify (MRV) their CO2 emissions.

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Wärtsilä Receive Further BWMS Orders

Wärtsilä have received another order for their Ballast Water Management Systems (BWMS) following the success of their installations to date.

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Better Port Scheduling Would Reduce Fuel Consumption, Vessel Emissions

Dr. Emel Aktas says that the uncertainty of port times can result in ships travelling faster then they might need to, which leads to higher fuel consumption and carbon emissions.

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EMSA: Spot Checks Show 94% Vessel Compliance with ECA Rules in European Waters

94 percent of spot checked vessels operating in European waters were found by the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) to be compliant with new sulphur regulations for marine fuel, Ship Management International reports.

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