November 2019 Issue
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Italian Equipment Manufacturers
Fertilizer Handling & Storage

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Tag: Environment

Shipping’s voyage to zero carbon is uncertain

The global marine industry is increasingly focused on reducing its carbon footprint. In fact, over the next 10 years, the only issue seen as having a greater impact is a potential global financial crisis...

FLSmidth announces MissionZero to reduce emissions in cement and mining by 2030

At its Capital Markets Day held in Copenhagen today, FLSmidth launched MissionZero, a new sustainability programme aimed at significantly reducing emissions across the global cement and mining industries by 2030.

Volvo Penta expands its commitment to the WWF Climate Savers program

Volvo Penta is scaling up its commitment to the WWF Climate Savers program by including its latest medium duty engine range. Boasting up to 5% in fuel consumption reduction with its Stage V engine range.

BHP weighing LNG power for iron ore ships

BHP, the biggest listed miner, aims to decide early next year who has won a tender for LNG-fueled transport to ship up to 27 million tonnes, or about 10%, of its iron ore to cut emissions by around a quarter, a senior executive said.

China’s 2019 coal imports set to rise more than 10%

China, the world’s top coal buyer, is on track to boost imports of the fuel by more than 10% this year, traders and analysts said on Tuesday, countering earlier expectations that shipments would be capped by Beijing at the same level as 2018.

Bedeschi strengthens its presence in North Africa

As part of its strategic development plan, OCP Group has chosen once again Bedeschi as EPC contractor for the enhancement of Jorf Lasfar plant and port with the aim of increasing the fertilizers sea freight shipping.

Going overboard? Shipping rules seen shifting pollution from air to sea

New global rules forcing ships to reduce air pollution by using cleaner fuels will see more sulphur and nitrates dumped into the oceans, analysts and civil society leaders say.

Shipowners, are you making the right choice?

Today when the world is racing towards achieving reduced carbon emissions, reduction in GHGs across all the industries, we should take cognisance of the fact that to produce 1 ton of Iron, it takes a tailing of around 2.5 - 3 Tons of iron ore...

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