The European Commission has published a proposal on 6 February in which it advocates ‘priority access’ for shipping to low and zero-emissions fuels including e-fuels and advanced biofuels. European shipowners united in ECSA welcome the commitment. The...
Karin Orsel has been appointed the first female president ever in the history of the European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ECSA). She started on 1 January 2024 for a two-year term, with Mikki Koskinen joining as the new vice-president. Orsel succeeds...
Together with international partners, the Netherlands is discussing the situation in the Red Sea, which may lead to more protection for ships. The largest container carriers have already announced they will no longer sail in the area after several ships have been...
Ahead of the European Parliament (EP) plenary vote on CO2 standards for heavy-duty vehicles, European shipowners, gathered in the European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ECSA), highlight once more the urgent need to make clean affordable fuels available for...
On 31 March, the European Commission decided to continue to recognise the Philippines’ training and certification system. This recognition was subject of debate after a European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) audit revealed noncompliance with STCW regulations....
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