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All articles by Daniel Garrun

  1. The tides of change: why marine engineering must adapt to the new energy environment

    Where would we be without ships? For millennia, ships have been a cornerstone of human civilisation. Whether hunting for new…
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    31 Jul
  2. Can the Port of Virginia become the US East Coast’s premier cargo hub?

    John Reinhart, CEO and executive director of the Virginia Port Authority (VPA), is recalling the impact of the global recession…
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    17 May
  3. Cruise industry scores F for transparency

    While some cruise lines are slowly becoming greener, it seems the industry still has a long way to go. According…
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    19 Aug
  4. Vindskip – a greener and more cost-effective future for shipping

    Accounting for approximately 3% of the world’s greenhouse gases – according to the European Commission – the global maritime sector…
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    1 Jun
  5. Ebola: is it time for a maritime travel and trade ban?

    On 8 August 2014, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Emergency Committee agreed that the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa…
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    21 Dec
  6. European NOx regulation: an unhealthy decision?

    There are two emission control areas (ECA) established areas in Europe: the Baltic Sea ECA (as defined in Annex I…
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    8 Oct
  7. SkySails wins inaugural Ship Technology Global Awards 2013

    Winner – SkySails Consisting of three main components: a towing kite with rope, a launch and recovery system and a…
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    2 Dec
  8. Shore power – a green answer to costly berthing emissions?

    The Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach are the two busiest ports in the US and…
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    23 Sep
  9. The Prius of the Sea – world’s largest hybrid ferry recharges green travel

    At the end of July 2013, the 124m Prinsesse Benedikte of Scandlines in Denmark – the largest hybrid vessel ever…
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    13 Aug
  10. Shortlist announced for Ship Technology Global Innovation in Energy Efficiency Awards 2013

    A growing need for cost-savings and greater accountability for emissions and environmental performance within the shipping industry has resulted in…
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    1 Aug

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