The IMO-Norway GreenVoyage2050 Project has received 14.5 million NOK (USD 1.75 million) in additional funding to continue assisting developing countries in their efforts to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions from ships.
Governments of the three countries, together with the Global Maritime Forum and the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, will spearhead initiatives decarbonizing the entire maritime value chain.
Bureau Veritas has awarded classification to Bergen Tankers’ Bergen LNG, the first LNG bunkering vessel (LBV) operating in Norway.
TECO 2030 ASA plans to establish Norway’s first large-scale production of hydrogen-based fuel cells in Narvik in Northern Norway.
The world’s first ship tunnel is to be constructed in Norway as the country’s Transport and Communications Ministry has given green signal to it.
Yanmar has delivered engines for an innovative hybrid power solution for the live fish carrier, Ro Vision, the winner of Norway’s Boat of the Year Award.
The third phase of an IMO-implemented project to enhance safe and environmentally sound ship recycling in Bangladesh has been given the go-ahead, with Norway committing approximately US$1.5 million to support improved ship recycling in Bangladesh.
A new regulation aimed at reducing the discharge of sewage along the Norwegian coast has now been sent out on the right ring. The goal is to have the new rules in place by March 1, 2020.
Subsea 7 announced the award of a sizeable contract by Equinor for installation and diving operations on the EHS fields, located in the Danish and Norwegian sectors of the North Sea.