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First reaction of European Transport Sector to the EU budget deal: a "yes, but..."

On 8 February, European leaders finally reached an agreement on the EU budget for the next seven years. With a cut of one third in the 32 billion EUR initially foreseen for transport infrastructure projects, transport does not appear to be considered a priority sector in the next budget

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Compliance with new rules will save money

With the maritime industry coming under increased s
crutiny for its energy efficiency and emissions control, new regulatory requirements and business realities will significantly affect operations. In the short term, vessel owners and operators will be required to comply with International Maritime Organization (IMO) requirements for a Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) to be onboard vessels of 400gt or more

http://www.thebaltic.co.uk/trends/393/compliance-with-new-rules-will-save-money/



LeaderSHIP 2020 – Ensuring future of shipbuilding in Europe

The new LeaderSHIP 2020 strategy to increase the competitiveness of European maritime technology was presented by Vice President of the European Commission responsible for enterprise and industry policy Antonio Tajani, together with SEA Europe, the European Ships and Maritime Equipment Association.

http://www.safety4sea.com/page/15040/6/leadership-2020-–-ensuring-future-of-shipbuilding-in-europe



EU eyes private finance of maritime research

Public-private funding proposal for eco-shipping research project

http://www.sustainableshipping.com/news/i119779?tag=45-96774-37368649-0-SS

 
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