Norway boosts funding for GreenVoyage2050 Project

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. Phase one of the Project, signed with Norway in 2019, is currently underway and the extra funds will be used to undertake several further activities to support implementation of IMO’s Initial GHG Strategy.

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Biden administration moves to advance U.S. Gulf offshore wind

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Webinar: Trends in Vessel Design and Offshore Wind Maritime Support

Join Marine Log for a webinar on June 16, 2021 at 2 p.m. EDT  (11 a.m. PDT) when Charlie Donadio, CEO and owner of Atlantic Wind Transfers; Andy Page, managing director at Chartwell Marine; and Heather Ervin, editor in chief of Marine Log, will explore in more depth how the U.S. offshore wind maritime supply chain is developing. Full Article


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Welcome to the IBJ e-Newsletter

The IBJ e-newsletter is aimed specifically at the dry bulk cargo handling and shipping industry. It delivers regularly updated news on the bulk industry worldwide.

The newsletter includes the latest developments in bulk ports and logistics, shipping, equipment and commodities and is a must read source of news for busy executives in this important global sector.

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Bermuda Race Entries Open Next Week; Race Starts June 17, 2022

The SailGate entry system opens June 18th, with full credit available for competitors who paid deposit fees for the cancelled 2020 race

NEWPORT, RI (June 9, 2021)—The Bermuda Race Organizing Committee (BROC) has published the official Notice of Race for the second attempt at the 52nd running of the 635-mile Bermuda Race. (The 2020 race was cancelled due to the impact of the pandemic.)

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Hill Dickinson boosts Singapore commodities expertise with hire of Iain Sharp

Hill Dickinson has further strengthened its leading commodities practice by hiring established professional Iain Sharp as Partner in the Singapore office.  As well as significantly enhancing the firm’s commodities practice in Singapore, Iain will work closely with Hill Dickinson’s shipping and trade lawyers in London, Hong Kong and Greece.

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