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Ship Efficiency Weekly – The Essential News – 22 Feb. 2015

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Catalysing Technology Leadership

In this week’s industry spotlight we examine what must be taken into consideration when trying to effect change within the shipping industry, specifically when introducing a technology solution to the market.

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Private Equity To Keep Shipping Afloat?

In a bid to achieve regulatory compliance and allow the shipping industry to be more competitive, international accountant and shipping adviser Moore Stephens says the time is right for shipping to seek financial backing from the private equity sector.

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Singapore MPA and ClassNK to Cooperate on Ship Safety and Sustainable Technologies

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) will operate with Japanese classification society ClassNK to research and develop ship safety and environmental sustainability technologies, the MPA announced.

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Geneva Talks Target Shipping Emissions Cap by 2020

194 nations last week agreed at the Geneva Climate Change Talks to a negotiating text which could see international emissions caps placed on the shipping industry by 2020.

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Scrubber Sales Impacted By Cheaper Low-Sulphur Fuel

Sales of scrubbers over the last few months have been hit by cheaper bunkers, with ultra-low sulphur fuels becoming more attractive financially due to the low cost of crude, Platts reports.

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IMO Details Cases of Non-Compliant “ECA” Bunkers

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has released a list of cases where bunker buyers purchased fuel that was intended to be compliant with Emissions Control Area (ECA) rules, but subsequent testing showed them to exceed the required 0.10 percent sulphur cap.

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