All aboard: The future of green shipping

  • Shipping Offshore

    2018

    New emission regulations in shipping

    The push for the international shipping industry­ to reduce its role in global air emissions has resulted in new environmental rules and regulation being introduced at an accelerated pace.

  • Shipping Offshore

    2018

    Ballast water – managing risks of zoological pollution

    Zoological pollution is becoming an increasing concern for commercial shipping worldwide. The threat of invasive species spreading through the intake and discharge of ballast water has resulted in the IMO adopting the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships’ Ballast Water and Sediments in force as of 8th of September 2017 (the “Convention”).

  • Shipping Offshore

    2018

    Green funding for shipping in the Norwegian Capital Markets

    The Norwegian capital markets have been and continue to be attractive and a widely used sources of equity and debt funding for shipping and offshore companies from around the globe.

  • Shipping Offshore

    2018

    Support schemes for green and sustainable shipping in Norway

    The Norwegian government has on several occasions reiterated how green solutions within shipping and the maritime industry are of high importance and its ambition that Norway should be front-runner in developments of green technology and low-emission solutions.

  • Shipping Offshore

    2018

    Retrofits – the approach to innovative technology and new equipment

    A ship’s life cycle ends with it being dismantled and recycled. Up to 95 % of a ship’s weight is made up of steel, which can be sold and reused. A modern ­recycling process, which also includes the recycling of other materials, can be very efficient and is a positive step towards a greener shipping industry.

  • Shipping Offshore

    2018

    Recycling – where ships go to die

    A ship’s life cycle ends with it being dismantled and recycled. Up to 95 % of a ship’s weight is made up of steel, which can be sold and reused. A modern ­recycling process, which also includes the recycling of other materials, can be very efficient and is a positive step towards a greener shipping industry.

  • Shipping Offshore

    2018

    Who’s liable anyway? – Allocation of liability in Maritime Environmental Law

    Regulation of environmental­ liability in a maritime context first received international attention in the aftermath of the Torrey Canyon and Exxon Valdez incidents.