Offshore Wind: Marine Asset Finance & Investment Opportunities – May 19 / Register Now

Offshore Wind: Marine Asset Finance & Investment Opportunities – May 19 / Register Now

Dear Viewers,

Marine Money, and its Partner DNB, are delighted to open the registration and share details about their upcoming event “Offshore Wind – Marine Asset Finance & Investment Opportunities” which will include their Keynote Interview: Harnessing Offshore Wind Energy with Thomas B. Crowley, Jr. Chairman and CEO, Crowley

Click here to view the agenda and to register for this complimentary event, which will...

https://allaboutshipping.co.uk/2021/05/10/offshore-wind-marine-asset-finance-investment-opportunities-may-19-register-now/

Five information-packed mornings at SUT virtual Subsea Awareness Course

Five information-packed mornings at SUT virtual Subsea Awareness Course

Cheryl Burgess, SUT’s Chief Executive

It’s ‘all systems go’ for the Society for Underwater Technology’s (SUT’s) foundation-level virtual Subsea Awareness Course (SAC) being presented over 15-hours on five mornings by leading industry figures. The virtual course is based on SUT’s highly successful face-to-face 5-day course from which more than a thousand delegates have benefited over more than 20 years.

The interactive...

https://allaboutshipping.co.uk/2021/05/10/five-information-packed-mornings-at-sut-virtual-subsea-awareness-course/

Digital infrastructure and financial innovation needed for green recovery

Digital infrastructure and financial innovation needed for green recovery

Monday 10 May 2021 – Vol.12 Ed.19.1

Commentary: Public-private collaboration key to connecting the unconnected

By Calum Handforth and Seth Tan

Digital infrastructure is the key utility of the 21st century. It is also a crucial tool in shaping a green recovery from Covid-19 and driving the development of countries around the world. However, 3.7bn people are still not connected to the internet. Public-private partnerships, and...

https://allaboutshipping.co.uk/2021/05/10/digital-infrastructure-and-financial-innovation-needed-for-green-recovery/

Kawasaki Heavy supersizes hydrogen carrier designs with 160,000 cu m breakthrough

Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) is developing a large, 160,000 cu m liquefied hydrogen carrier using four cargo containment system (CCS) tanks, which is scheduled to start commercial operations by the middle of the 2020s. The Japanese shipbuilder has obtainment approval in principle (AIP) from...

https://splash247.com/kawasaki-heavy-supersizes-hydrogen-carrier-designs-with-160000-cu-m-breakthrough/

Greece calls for charterers to pay for impending European maritime carbon scheme

Greece’s shipping minister, Ioannis Plakiotakis, has written to the European Commission, demanding that charterers stump up cash when shipping joins the block’s emissions trading system (ETS). Greece, home to Europe’s largest shipowning community, is arguing that the polluter pays principle ought...

https://splash247.com/greece-calls-for-charterers-to-pay-for-impending-european-maritime-carbon-scheme/

CO2 emission rules should target fleets not individual ships: Danish Shipping

The roadmap for reducing CO2 emissions from shipping could be best achieved by choosing a fleet-based approach to efficiency requirements rather than at the individual vessel level. This is the main conclusion of a new analysis commissioned by Danish Shipping and prepared by Dutch consultants CE...

https://splash247.com/co2-emission-rules-should-target-fleets-not-individual-ships-danish-shipping/

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