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IACCSEA welcomes the progressive step taken by the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) of reaching an agreement to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions from shipping by...



IACCSEA invited to talk at the US China Green Ports and Vessels Initiative Workshop in Seattle 6th December

Dr Joseph McCarney IACCSEA chairman will give a presentation of the role of catalysis can play in lowering the environmental impact of global shipping and then participate in an...



Marine NOx Regulation, Taxes and Incentive Schemes.

IACCSEA summary of the various regulation, taxes and incentives, intended to drive the installation of marine NOx emission control technology.



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