Last week, Minister for Climate and Energy Rob Jetten briefed Dutch Parliament on his plans to achieve sixty per cent CO2 reduction by 2030. The Royal Association of Netherlands Shipowners (KVNR) particularly welcomes the EUR 111.3 million earmarked for scaling up...
According to a study by TU Delft’s Aerospace Engineering department, a shortage of raw materials for sustainable fuels is looming. As of 2035, this would make airlines less likely to go green. The Royal Association of Netherlands Shipowners (KVNR) says this...
Last week, NGO Transport & Environment said EU plans for carbon pricing for shipping left too many loopholes, which would leave almost 26 million tonnes of CO2 unaffected. The Royal Association of Netherlands Shipowners (KNVR) now says it agrees with this finding...
On 30 November, the Dutch Senate approved a repair bill for the Merchant Shipping Protection Act. This act allows, under certain conditions, private armed security on sea-going vessels under Dutch flag as of 1 January 2022. The Act specifically targets the Gulf of...
The Netherlands was the first country with an extensive vaccination programme specifically designed for seafarers. The KVNR feels that this has been of immense value to the Dutch shipping industry and therefore awards its annual prize, the Maritime KVNR Shipping Award...
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