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  1. Danish Shipping: Fleet-based CO2 compliance is a shorter way for green transition

    The path to lower CO2 emissions from ships could be shorter by choosing a fleet-based approach to efficiency requirements, a new analysis prepared for Danish Shipping by CE Delft shows.

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  2. Egyptian court rejects appeal for Ever Given’s release

    A court in Egypt has rejected the appeal made by Shoei Kisen Kaisha, the owner of Ever Given, for the release of the containership and return to its country of origin.

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  3. CMA CGM Jacques Saadé 1st Megamax to pass Elbe’s improved draft

    The LNG-powered Megamax container ship sailing under the flagship of CMA CGM Group, Jacques Saadé, has officially got his feet wet on Elbe improved draft, starting a new, two-stage release.

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  4. Fure Vinga 1st BV classed ship to get full smart ship status

    Furetank's Fure Vinga, a 17,997 dwt chemical tanker flying under the Swedish flag, has been granted a complete suite of smart ship class notations by classification society Bureau Veritas (BV).

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  5. Japanese trio to jointly develop hydrogen-fueled marine engines

    Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Yanmar Power Technology, and Japan Engine Corporation recently formed a consortium of Japanese engine manufacturers to pursue joint development of hydrogen-fueled marine engines for ocean-going and coastal vessels.

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