Cepsa Presents The First Multi-Product Marine Fuel Supply Vessel In Southern Europe

Cepsa presented yesterday in the Port of Huelva the first multi-product marine fuel supply vessel in southern Europe. The vessel, based in the port of Huelva, will provide ship to ship

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ESPO outlines its priorities for the revision of the Reporting Formalities Directive

Now that the Commission is drafting the proposal for the revision of the Reporting Formalities Directive, the European Sea Ports Organisation wants to outline once more its priorities and concerns through

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Star Bulk and Eco Marine Power Commence Renewable Energy Study focused on feasibility of installing technologies associa

As part of its continued focus on bringing renewable energy solutions to shipping, Eco Marine Power (EMP) announced today that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Star Bulk

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Asian ports face US$49 billion climate adaptation costs

Protecting Asia-Pacific ports against climate change could cost up to US$49 billion, according to new research commissioned by HSBC from sustainability analysts Asia Research and Engagement (ARE).

The report – Climate

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Future cost of new oil supply: shale vs conventional

The seismic shift away from conventional producing regions to US tight oil over the last few years is now entrenched in the outlook for global supply. It's a primary driver of

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