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  1. In focus: Industries, governments start walking the energy transition walk

    The ‘transition’ part of the energy transition is starting to show a more defined […]

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  2. Denmark tops the Paris MoU’s list

    According to the annual list compiled by the international port state control Paris MoU, out of 70 nations, Denmark has ranked first on the list, followed by Norway and the Marshall Islands.

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  3. Damen fits batteries on its all-electric tug

    Damen Shipyards Group has reached a major milestone in the construction of its first […]

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  4. Eimskip agrees to pay $12 million to settle collusion case

    Eimskip and the Icelandic Competition Authority have reached a settlement over a collusion case […]

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  5. Stena Line takes delivery of upgraded eco-friendly RoPax ferry

    Swedish ferry company Stena Line has welcomed its new, scrubber fitted roll-on/roll-off passenger (RoPax) ferry following a handover ceremony at the Sedef Shipyard in Tuzla, Turkey.

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