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  1. T&E, shipowners: EU ETS needs to be fair and ambitious

    An alliance of Greek and Swedish shipowners, along with Transport & Environment (T&E), has called on the European Commission to put the ‘polluter pays principle’ at the core of its emissions trading system (ETS) proposal.

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  2. TECO 2030 embarks upon carbon capture and storage feasibility study

    Norwegian engineering company TECO 2030 ASA and Austrian-based automotive consulting firm AVL List GmbH […]

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  3. Schottel’s drive system picked for the world’s first LNG hybrid tug

    Singapore-based Sembcorp Marine has picked Schottel's azuimuthal hybrid drive system for the world’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG) hybrid tug.

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  4. Høglund FGSS picked for LNG-fueled crude oil quartet

    Marine solutions provider Høglund has been contracted to deliver Fuel Gas Supply Systems (FGSS) for four LNG-fuelled LR II crude and product oil tankers.

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  5. Navigator signals merger with Ultragas

    Gas shipping company Navigator Holdings has signed a non-binding Letter of Intent with Naviera […]

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