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Ship Efficiency Weekly E-News Bulletin 20 Nov. 2015

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The Shipping Industry & The Paris COP21 Climate Talks – What Lies Ahead?

A new international climate change agreement will be hammered out at the upcoming Paris COP21 Summit and the shipping industry is currently sitting in the draft negotiation text. Therefore, we ask ‘what is “COP21”?’ and ‘why should the industry take any notice of the negotiations at this summit?’

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Digital Demands Drive Rampant Acquisitions In The Sat Coms Sector

As the industry sails into a highly digitalised and connected age, satellite communications service providers are increasingly swallowing smaller competitors to ensure they hold a firm space in this growing market and can offer the best services that meet the data and connectivity demands of the global fleet.

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ExxonMobil Flexes Its ECA-Fuel Muscles

ExxonMobil have reported that the endorsement of their Premium AFME 200 and Premium HDME 50 ECA-fuels and their ability to enhance operational performance whilst ensuring regulatory compliance has been evidenced by a growth in sales.

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Inmarsat and Ericsson Partner To Revolutionise The Future Of The Connected Ship

Inmarsat and Ericsson have signed a strategic agreement that will see them partner their services to transform the future of the connected ship.

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Interferry On Ro-Pax CO2 Metric Quest

The representative association of international ferry owners, Interferry, is on the hunt for sector-specific metrics for roll on roll off passenger ships (ro-pax) that it hopes can replace current metrics for all 5, 000GT+ ships under the pending implementation rules for the EU monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) regulation.

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Pole Star Kickstart ‘Open Platform’ For Connecting The Internet Of Things At Sea

UK-headquartered technology company Pole Star have launched a new, intuitive cloud application platform in order to enable its customers to connect with their ships in a whole new way.

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Cavotec Hails First of its Kind Order for “AMPtainer” Shore Power Solution

Cavotec SA (Cavotec) says a “leading ship owner” has ordered six of its “AMPtainer” shore power connection solutions as part of five separate orders worth a combined value of more than €9 million ($9.58 million).

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EU Study Highlights NOx Emissions Reduction From Slow Steaming

A new report released by the European Commission (EC) has highlighted that not only does slow steaming lower fuel consumption, it reduces nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions.

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Flowmeters Compatible With 200°C HFO Released

KRAL AG, a developer and manufacturer of systems for measuring fuel consumption, has developed KRAL Volumeter flowmeters to enable fuel consumption monitoring at high temperatures.

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