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05 Jan 2017
Although requirements were already mandatory at some ports in 2016, enforcement was limited.
20 May 2013
Pennsylvania’s Gov. Tom Corbett has awarded more than $6.7 million in Act 13 funding to 18 organizations making the switch to natural gas for their heavy-duty fleet vehicles.
20 May 2013
Argentina has requested World Trade Organization consultations with the European Union regarding measures imposed by the EU and its member states that affect the importation and marketing of biodiesel.
Maersk Triple E ship.
15 May 2013
Maersk’s new 20-strong series of Triple E vessels are being built at Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering’s Ogpo Bay yard on Geoje Island at a cost of $190 million each.
Maersk Triple E under construction in Daewoo shipyard
14 May 2013
Maersk Line will deploy the first 12 deliveries of its new Triple E container ships in its expanded Asia-Europe AE10 string. The first of the 20 ships in the series will make its maiden call at Busan on July 14.
TOTE's LNG Propulsion System, NAASCO Shipyard
09 May 2013
Liquefied natural gas may soon be the fuel of choice for shipping lines that operate largely in environmentally sensitive sulfur emissions control zones, but replacing traditional bunker fuel with LNG could make economic sense, as well.


Shippers must embrace the opportunity to go green because there is a direct relationship between environmental sustainability and financial success.

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