In the pursuit of decarbonization in maritime transportation, d’Amico Group has brought together a JIP to test the biofuel blends (B30) derived from advanced second-generation feedstock on board one of its LR1 product tanker already in EEDI Phase 2.
The Liberian Registry has attained a historic milestone, reaching a fleet size of 200 million gross tons. This achievement further confirms the position of Liberia as the second-largest, and fastest-growing, ship registry in the world.
The Liberian Registry announced the expansion of its presence in South Korea, with the opening of its Busan branch office. After successful several years of winning over tonnage from Korean owners.
The Liberian Registry joins over 300 owners, operators, and maritime organizations in this very important worldwide call to action to end the unprecedented crew change crisis caused by COVID-19.
Liberia finishes off 2020 as the world’s fastest-growing flag State for the second year in a row. In late 2018 Liberia became the second-largest flag State in the world, and since then, has continued to lead the world in fleet growth for two straight years.
HHI has developed a Digital Health Management system for safety and operational efficiency of IMO Type-B LNG fuel tanks and this new and advanced system, an industry first, has achieved AiP
Hyundai Heavy Industries Group, Hyundai Glovis, the Liberian Registry, the Korean Register, and their partners have successfully developed the world’s first Large Size and commercially viable liquified hydrogen carrier.
The Flag States of Panama and Liberia join together to strongly support IMO Circular Letter No.4204/Add.14 for the “Recommended Framework of Protocols Ensuring Safe Ship Crew Changes and Travel During the COVID-19 Pandemic”.
The Liberian Registry continues its efforts toward the recognition of seafarers as “key workers” and for much needed crew-exchange to be allowed at key ports globally during the global COVID-19 pandemic, and is looking to enlist the help of other flag States in this mission.