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How much could Carbon capture help Shipowners meet CO2 targets? (Wärtsilä Oyj)

Public Technologies 27 Jun 2022
). As the maritime industry looks for practical ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to meet long-term climate goals, it is also turning attention to technologies that can start cutting down on carbon right away ... Broadly, what kind of potential do marine scrubbers have for removing pollutants beyond SOx (PM, NOx, CO2, etc.)? ... Disclaimer ... (noodl.
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Lines split with ‘shielded’ shipowners over European emissions trading scheme

Tradewinds 23 Jun 2022
... system (EU ETS) so that shipowners bear their share of the cost.
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Lines split with ‘shielded’ shipowners over EU emissions trading scheme

Tradewinds 23 Jun 2022
... system (ETS) so that shipowners bear their share of the cost.
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Shipowner Georg Eide refused an appeal against jail term in scrapping case

Tradewinds 16 Jun 2022
Norwegian shipowner Georg Eide has failed to overturn a court ...
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South Korean shipowners plan legal action after carriers fined for alleged price collusion

Journal of Commerce 13 Jun 2022
South Korea’s shipowners’ association said penalties imposed by regulators would damage the country’s link to the global supply chain and lead large foreign carriers to avoid South Korean ports ... .
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Banker turned shipowner Andy Dacy sounds caution, but not on LNG

Tradewinds 13 Jun 2022
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