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The IMO confirmed that a new global cap on the sulphur content in fuel would be introduced as of January 1st, 2020, lowering the permitted concentration from the current 3.5% mass/ mass (m/m) to 0.5%.
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The NACKS shipyard has handed over to United European Car Carriers (UECC) its first dual-fuel (LNG-HFO/MGO) Pure Car & Truck Carrier (PCTC).
Carnival Corporation has ordered two new GT 180 thou. Liquefied Natural Gas-powered cruise ships from the Meyer Turku Shipyard.
AGA's bunkering barge Seagas has LNG-tanked Viking Line's ferry the 1,000th time since the ship set sails back in 2013.
The Finnish Transport Safety Agency Trafi has granted test plates to three Finnish research organisations for traffic testing of autonomous cars and buses.
On August 11th, Latvian Railways, CZ Loko, and Ballard Power Systems signed a MoU for producing a hydrogen-fuelled unit by rebuilding the diesel loco ČME3.
The EU will support the set-up of the gas pipeline between Finland and Estonia with EUR 187.5 mln (75% of the needed funding).
The 2 km long testing section of the first Swedish electric highway was opened in June this year on the E16 highway north of Stockholm.
Russia's Federal Marine and River Transport Agency has given its green light to the investor LNG-Gorskaya for the set-up of an LNG production and export terminal.
The Wikinger wind farm, located in the middle between the islands of Rugia and Bornholm in Germany's EEZ saw its first jacket foundations delivered by Navantia and Windar.