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International Maritime Organisation

6 May 2020
A new partnership between International Maritime Organisation (IMO), the World Customs Organization, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe and the International Organization for Standardization
27 Feb 2020
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO), has urged member states to undertake all possible measures to prevent unnecessary delay of ships amid the outbreak of the novel Corona virus.
10 Dec 2019
A new report by PwC Nigeria, has projected the possibility of higher demand for the country’s sweet crude from next year, going by the new fuel sulphur regulation...
21 May 2019
Nigeria has joined the league of maritime nations that takes clean fuel for ships as a priority in pursuance of the International Maritime...
15 May 2019
The Maritime Academy of Nigeria (MAN), has taken another giant step towards standardised training, by inaugurating its newly-built ultra-modern facilities at the school complex in Oron, Akwa Ibom State. The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, who inspected and unveiled the facilities for use, said the management of the Academy has been able to resuscitate the…
15 May 2019
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO), plans to delist about 87 countries for non-compliance with requirements of the 1978 Standards of Training, Certification and Watch-keeping for Seafarers (STCW) Convention as amended from its Whitelist. As nations express worry over the new development, The Guardian gathered that Nigeria escaped the IMO hammer, and has maintained its position…
15 May 2019
Shipping industry executives are calling for speed limits on commercial vessels, to cut emissions and protect the environment. More than a hundred industry figures are asking the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) to help arrest and even reduce global temperature rises. The predicted level of metric tonnes of Co2 created by shipping fuel annually by 2030…
6 Mar 2019
. As refiners stake $1 billion for low sulphur fuel for vessels Take-off of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO’s) low sulphur content for ships effective January 1, 2020, might begin on a slow pace, as fuel refiners are far behind schedule. Less than a year to go, a Wood Mackenzie report said refiners would need…
7 Nov 2018
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO), said it had received warnings from some scientists on the huge problem in the oceans, and its future impacts on environment.
Report of a looming fuel scarcity again at this time of the year has come
31 Oct 2018
Concerns are rife that the new shipping policy of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) will spike the cost of fuelling ships to about $70 billion yearly.
26 Jun 2018
Adjudicating on admiralty or maritime matters was a herculean task for Nigerian judges as well as lawyers who appear before them until the Nigerian Shippers Council...
3 May 2018
The United Nations International Maritime Organisation (IMO) strategy to reduce the total annual Green House Gas, GHG emissions from international shipping by at least 50 per cent by 2050...


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