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  • Shipping piracy report – May 2013

    While the shipping industry celebrates a year without a successful hijacking off the coast of Somalia, events off Western Africa and a potential link with terrorism have triggered concern. In...

  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 7

    In this issue: We profile the prevention and cures for marine noise, determine the future of shipping and seaborne trade, explore the Aquarius MRE solar and wind powered ship design...

  • London Gateway heralds UK port renaissance

    With political wrangling preventing serious discussion on the UK's lack of hub airports, the country's ports are stepping to the plate. DP World's London Gateway, due to open later this...

  • Shipping piracy report – April 2013

    Anti-piracy operations in South East Asia are being ramped up in the wake of increased pirate activity and the death of up to 32 fishermen off the coast of Bangladesh....

  • Onboard carbon capture: dream or reality?

    A recent project by DNV has theoretically proven the feasibility of ship-based carbon capture and storage. But for all the environmental and financial advantages of a system that separates CO2...

  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 6

    In this issue: We profile the renovation of the Carnival Destiny into Carnival Sunshine, explore how eLoran could solve signal problems in the English Channel and ask how electrofuels could...

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