Stena Line stretches two RoPax vessels; Liberia slams proposed inclusion of shipping in EU Emissions Trading System

Marine Daily
Stena Line stretches two RoPax vessels

Sweden’s Stena Line is making major upgrades to two of its RoPax ships that include cutting both ships and inserting new 36-meter extensions. Full Article

Hyde Marine
Liberia slams proposed inclusion of shipping in EU Emissions Trading System

The Liberian Registry has added its voice to those opposing the European Union Parliament proposal to include international shipping in the EU Emissions Trading System. Full Article

Aaron Degodny joins Tidewater Transportation and Terminals leadership team

Former Rand Logistics President and COO Aaron Degodny has joined Vancouver, Wash., based Tidewater Transportation and Terminals, the largest barge transportation and terminal network on the Columbia-Snake River system, as its new Vice-President and Chief Commercial Officer. Full Article

Saudi Aramco commits to securing ABS ENVIRO notations

Saudi Aramco intends to achieve the ENVIRO notation for each vessel in its 23-strong fleet of offshore support vessels, tugs, self-elevating units, and special purpose vessels. Full Article

Nag Marine
Hurricane Delta delays Mississippi River revetment work

The Big River Coalition says the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been forced to adjust the previously advertised schedule of work for revetment and stone berm operations due to shutdowns related to safely avoiding the weather impacts associated with Hurricane Delta. Full Article

JA Moody
Zero-emission vessels pioneer Pace Ralli joins FERRIES 2020 lineup

Pace Ralli, cofounder of SW/TCH Maritime, which is building America’s first hydrogen fuel cell powered vessel, has joined the lineup of speakers at Marine Log’s upcoming virtual FERRIES 2020 conference. Full Article

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