World – Page 10

  • LNG terminal
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    Ghana LNG terminal gets off ground

    2021-01-08T14:01:00Z

    Sub-Saharan Africa’s first LNG import terminal at a port in Ghana has received a floating regasification unit (FRU) unit that will shortly enable it to offer services to LNG carriers.

  • PAV is playing its part to meet the requirements of the WPCAP Photo: PAV
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    Spanish port joins climate action collaborative

    2021-01-06T12:37:00Z

    The Port Authority of Valencia has joined the World Ports Climate Action Program (WPSP) to add its weight to the sector’s commitment to decarbonisation.

  • Right Bank sub-project
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    Greener logistics with Oosterweel Link

    2021-01-05T17:19:00Z

    A construction contract has been awarded for the Right Bank sub-project of the Oosterweel Link in Antwerp that will help ease port truck congestion and make European logistics greener.

  • Le Havre is developing its bulk traffic market in a responsible and sustainable manner Photo Haropa
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    Sustainable development at Le Havre

    2021-01-04T13:51:00Z

    The French port of Le Havre is forging ahead with its strategy to develop its bulk traffic in a responsible and sustainable manner.

  • An illustration of how the carbon dioxide capture facilities could look at the Port of Gothenburg (*key below) Image: Gothenburg Port Authority
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    Carbon dioxide capture solution project

    2020-12-28T22:02:00Z

    Five Swedish energy companies have joined forces to discover the smartest way to transport up to two million tonnes of captured carbon dioxide annually from facility to quayside.

  • New cranes will improve the environmental credentials of Jeddah Port Photo: RSGT
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    New greener cranes at Jeddah Port

    2020-12-16T13:19:00Z

    Red Sea Gateway Terminal (RSGT) has taken delivery of two remote-controlled Ship-to-Shore (STS) cranes and ten hybrid-Rubber-Tyred Gantry Cranes (RTGs), as part of the expansion of Jeddah Port.

  • Port of Açu
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    Emissions monitoring boost in Brazil

    2020-12-14T00:39:00Z

    Emissions monitoring has been given a boost at a Brazilian port that plans to implement the Environmental Ship Index (ESI).

  • ‘Sparky’ Photo: Damen
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    'World’s first' electric tug launches

    2020-12-11T14:15:00Z

    The ''world’s first'' fully electric ship handling tug has launched at Song Cam Shipyard in Vietnam setting a new cleaner step change for the port industry.

  • Sustainability report
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    First SAGT sustainability report

    2020-12-08T12:17:00Z

    Port of Colombo-based South Asia Gateway Terminals’ (SAGT) first sustainability report reveals a challenging battle against carbon emissions.

  • Bangkok’s water taxis are emission-free Photo: Torqeedo
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    Emission-free commuting in Thailand

    2020-12-04T11:18:00Z

    Thailand''s first emission-free commuter fleet has come into service on 26 November 2020.

  • The Port of Bergen Photo: VPB Media
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    Port of Bergen plans sustainable cargo port

    2020-12-03T10:31:00Z

    The Port of Bergen is planning a new cargo port with a focus on innovative and environmentally friendly solutions.

  • The cranes will help increase terminal capability and reduce equipment emissions by 55% Photo: GCT
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    Electric cranes increase smart capacity

    2020-12-02T13:06:00Z

    A Canadian operator has boosted its efficiency and sustainability with the introduction of two new electric ship-to-shore cranes.

  • Portsmouth International Port
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    UK port closes in on carbon neutral ambitions

    2020-12-01T16:12:00Z

    One UK port’s ambitious carbon reduction plan has been approved to enable it to press forward with plans to become the first net carbon neutral UK port by 2030.

  • bremenports eco investment
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    Environmental responsibility rewarded

    2020-11-26T11:26:00Z

    Environmental responsibility at two German ports has been recognised with certification by Lloyds Register in accordance with the PERS (Port Environmental Review System) management standard.

  • PPA says it now has a clear insight into its emissions profile Photo: PPA
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    Innovative maritime emissions portal

    2020-11-25T14:41:00Z

    Ports can now get hold of a brand new tool to monitor their own emissions data allowing them to take better charge of their environmental impact.

  • Hutchison Ports Sohar
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    Eco hybrid remote control RTGs

    2020-11-25T13:11:00Z

    Hybrid remote-controlled rubber tyred gantry cranes will help make operations at a Middle East terminal more efficient.

  • Port of Baltimore
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    Baltimore oxygen project wins award

    2020-11-24T19:44:00Z

    A project that removes excess nutrient pollution and increases oxygen content in Baltimore Harbour has won an award for its green credentials.

  • HAROPA has an industry leading approach to environmental policy. Photo: HAROPA
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    ‘Best Green Seaport’ award for French port

    2020-11-18T13:39:00Z

    The French port HAROPA has won a press award for its industry leading approach to environmental policy.

  • ADPC is working to enable digitalisation and development of the sector Photo: ADPC
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    Enabling sustainability in Abu Dhabi

    2020-11-16T14:17:00Z

    Abu Dhabi Ports is helping accelerate sustainable development of the country’s maritime ecosystem by exploring development opportunities in alternative fuels digitalisation and renewable energy.

  • Port of Tyne’s Net Zero strategy has seen diesel consumption cut by 260K litres Photo: Port of Tyne
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    Green port kudos at the UK Maritime Awards

    2020-11-16T14:05:00Z

    Two ports have walked away with some top awards at this year’s UK Maritime Awards demonstrating their ability for clean energy enterprise in the UK.