New riverine litter collector to be trialled in Rotterdam

Switzerland-based Allseas is developing a new means of collecting litter from some of Europe’s rivers. The Catchy 2 prototype riverine litter collecting system has ..

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https://www.bairdmaritime.com/work-boat-world/small-craft-world/pollution-rubbish-cleanup/new-riverine-litter-collector-to-be-trialled-in-rotterdam/

Rotterdam Can Supply Europe With 4.6 Megatonnes Of Hydrogen By 2030

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In collaboration with exporting countries, the port of Rotterdam and the cluster of companies operating here can supply Northwestern Europe with 4.6 million tonnes of hydrogen annually by 2030. This is considerably more than expected.

The consumption of 4.6 million tonnes of hydrogen yields 46 million tonnes of CO2 reduction, and it increases Europe’s energy independence. This hydrogen amount is the total the Port of Rotterdam Authority has come up with on the basis of specific projects and...

https://www.marineinsight.com/shipping-news/rotterdam-can-supply-europe-with-4-6-megatonnes-of-hydrogen-by-2030/

Stena and ABP in £100m deal to build new Humber terminal at Immingham

Stena Line and Associated British Ports (ABP) are to develop a new terminal at the UK Humber port of Immingham.
The £100m ($136m) deal will see Stena, which will operate the terminal for 50 years, move its freight operations at Immingham to the new location adjacent to the Outer Harbour.
“It’s been a positive story in the North Sea, particularly the Humber, where freight hit record levels last year – particularly boosted …

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https://theloadstar.com/stena-and-abp-in-100m-deal-to-build-new-humber-terminal-at-immingham/

Europort 2021 celebrates long awaited live reunion of the Maritime World

Europort 2021 celebrates long awaited live reunion of the Maritime World

Europort 2021 concludes after reuniting the shipping and offshore industries in Rotterdam last week, with participants offering a resounding endorsement for the return of in-person maritime events.

Overwhelmingly positive feedback from exhibitors and visitors at the conclusion of Europort 2021 demonstrated how keenly the maritime industries have been awaiting the resumption of in-person events. Hosted by Rotterdam Maritime...

https://allaboutshipping.co.uk/2021/11/08/europort-2021-celebrates-long-awaited-live-reunion-of-the-maritime-world/

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