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Ship Efficiency Weekly – The Essential News 19 April 2015

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Study Reveals Ship Fuel Efficiency Has DECREASED Since 1990

In this week’s spotlight, Fathom delves deeper into the findings of a study commissioned by Seas at Risk and Transport & Environment and considers the impact that design efficiency standards will have on the industry in the future.

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Transparency Pressures Drive Sustainability Progress

A new report released by the Sustainable Shipping Initiative (SSI) highlights that accelerating investment in bunker fuel alternatives and the demand throughout the shipping supply chain for transparency is facilitating the progression of the industry.

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Norwegian Shipowners Release Latest Maritime Outlook Report

The Norwegian Shipowners’ Association has released a new report for 2015, ‘Navigating in a New Climate’, providing insight into the concerns of Norwegian shipowners and their expectations regarding the future of shipping.

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Marine Solar Power Solution Receives Acceptance

Eco Marine Power (EMP) announced today that it has received acceptance from ClassNK (Nippon Kaiji Kyokai) for its Aquarius Marine Solar Power solution as installed on classed vessels.

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Wärtsilä Says New Pump is “Important Enabler” for LNG Bunkers

Wärtsilä Corp. (Wärtsilä) has unveiled its new Wärtsilä Svanehøj ECA Fuel Pump, saying it is an “important enabler” for the use of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as a marine fuel.

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Maersk Looks to “Big Data” to Lower Bunker Bills

Recently appointed head of Maersk Maritime Technology (MMT), Paolo Tonon, is looking to “big data” to bring bunker bills down, among other things, ShippingWatch reports.

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