The IMO Assembly welcomes the RBSA to present the Maritime Industry Decarbonisation Council

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RBSA satisfied with retention deadline stricter sulfur limit

« Attempts to mitigate the stricter sulfur limit and to postpone the deadline for implementation have failed. We are happy about that, « says Ludovic Laffineur, the sustainability specialist at the RBSA. This week, the Maritime Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) came upEn savoir plus…

RBSA on board of aircraft with sniffer sensor measuring emissions from ships

Wilfried Lemmens, Managing Director of RBSA, had the chance to fly aboard an aircraft equipped with a sniffer sensor to detect emissions from ships. The sniffer sensor is capable of measuring sulphur (SO2) and carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations in the exhaust plumes from ships.The supply ofEn savoir plus…

MIDC paving the way to the most promising alternative fuels for shipping

The Maritime Industry Decarbonisation Council (MIDC) held a brainstorm session (engineers only :-)) hosted by the Belgian dreding company DEME. The main subjects of discussion were electrification, hybridization and alternative fuels for shippping. There was an intensive and fruitful debate on the pros and consEn savoir plus…