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June-July 2023

(Jun 06 2023)

OCIMF news - an anonymous hotline to report non-compliance; piracy situation improving; a study of tanker shore power requirements
Ardmore Shipping - presented its approach to environmental and social factors
California’s shore power / emission control requirements - control CO2 emissions while at port
Tanker seafarer happiness best in shipping - average for tankers is 7.6, average for all ships is 7.1
Maintaining seafarer health - experts from Bahamas Shipowners Association, Skuld, US Coast Guard and the Port of Antwerp discussed best practise
Maritime training discussions - making training fun, training for future fuels, training for SIRE 2.0, appropriateness of STCW, the shortage of trainers, understanding ‘human error’
How OTG is improving e-learning - making products easier to use, and developing new modules
BWMS - D-2 compliance, and considering power consumption
Alfa Laval’s Marine Innovation Summit - why we are better off today than a year ago; how green corridors simplify decarbonisation; high pressure water robotic hull cleaning
Is maritime digitalisation going too slow? - Speakers from (formerly) Clarkson Research, Hafnia and BIMCO shared perspectives
How to make decarbonisation retrofits easier - if ships are built with space to fit them, and devices are provided in a service package. Speakers from Shell, Maersk, MAN and Hapag Lloyd
Stena Proman name fourth methanol tanker in Rotterdam - what is needed to make methanol the fuel of the future?
Weathernews and how ship weather routing is evolving - reduce emissions and improve predictability of voyages
Do decarbonisation initiatives work - They get a lot of attention but cannot themselves reduce CO2 emissions or finance them. Views from DNB Bank, Trafigura, Stolt and Star Bulk Carriers

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Creating a learning culture, a consistent safety culture, SIRE 2.0, ammonia fuelled tankers - TANKER OPERATOR HAMBURG REPORT