Teekay joins the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative

Teekay joins the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative

Teekay, one of the world’s largest marine energy transportation, storage and production companies joined A.P. Moeller-Maersk, the China Navigation Company, Wallenius Wilhelmsen and other major maritime players in …
Mar 22, 2019 /  Curious
The Netherlands ratifies ship recycling convention

The Netherlands ratifies ship recycling convention

IMO's treaty for safe and environmentally-sound ship recycling has received another boost. The Netherlands has become the eighth country to become a Party to the Hong Kong Convention. The Convention covers the design, …
Feb 22, 2019 /  Curious
Oldendorff Carriers implements ship recycling regulations

Oldendorff Carriers implements ship recycling regulations

Oldendorff Carriers has entered into an agreement with GSR Services and Korean Register (KR) for the development and certification of Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) for their fleet for meeting tight EU - …
Feb 21, 2019 /  Curious
Grieg Star recycles first ship under new EU regulations

Grieg Star recycles first ship under new EU regulations

Grieg Star announced earlier today that the company starts the recycling of its faithful Star Gran at LEYAL Ship Recycling Group in Turkey. She is the first under the new EU recycling regulations. “We recycled …
Feb 20, 2019 /  Vessels
Recycling of the BW Helios in India in compliance with Hong Kong Convention

Recycling of the BW Helios in India in compliance with Hong Kong Convention

CEO of BW LPG, Martin Ackermann confirms that their LPG carrier the 1992-built BW Helios arrived at a certified, Hong Kong Convention applicable, recycling facility in India on 21st January 2019. “At BW LPG, …
Jan 30, 2019 /  Vessels
First non-EU ship recycling yards join EU List of approved facilities

First non-EU ship recycling yards join EU List of approved facilities

LEYAL and LEYAL-DEMTAS join the EU list following independent verification from LR The European Commission published the fourth version of the ‘European List of ship recycling facilities’ last week, adding …
Dec 17, 2018 /  Curious
Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative launches new platform to drive responsible ship recycling

Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative launches new platform to drive responsible ship recycling

Monday (Dec 10), industry leaders and the non-profit organization Sustainable Shipping Initiative announced the launch of the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative’s (SRTI) online platform, a tool for sharing …
Dec 11, 2018 /  Curious
'Esvagt Gamma' and 'Esvagt Promotor' decommissioned (Video)

'Esvagt Gamma' and 'Esvagt Promotor' decommissioned (Video)

ESVAGT has sold the 'Esvagt Gamma' and the 'Esvagt Promotor' for recycling. The final voyage for the vessels will be to the Fornæs Ship Recycling in Grenå. After long and loyal service, the 'Esvagt Gamma' …
Apr 5, 2018 /  Vessels
Hapag-Lloyd recycles seven more container ships in an eco-friendly manner

Hapag-Lloyd recycles seven more container ships in an eco-friendly manner

Hapag-Lloyd boasts one of the youngest fleets in the industry after merger with UASC / Vessels to be dismantled in line with environmental regulations in certified shipyards Image courtesy …
Jan 30, 2018 /  Curious
India signs USD 76Mln loan deal with Japan International Co. Ltd. (JICA) to upgrade Alang-Sosiya Shipyards

India signs USD 76Mln loan deal with Japan International Co. Ltd. (JICA) to upgrade Alang-Sosiya Shipyards

The Government of India signed a loan deal worth $76 million with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Friday (Sept 15, 2017), for a project to upgrade the environment management plan at Alang-Sosiya ship …
Sep 18, 2017 /  Curious