Much work remains on IMO’s implementation guidelines for 2020 sulphur limit

Many issues remain unresolved following last week’s intersessional working group (ISWG) meeting at… Read more…

ISO statement on the ISO 8217 standard in relation to 0.50% sulphur fuels

The following is a statement by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). ISO TC28 S… Read more…

IBIA contributes to IMO plan to help ships prepare for 2020

An IMO working group meeting has developed a ship implementation plan (SIP) supported by information… Read more…

IBIA continues to promote sensible approach to sulphur testing and compliance verification at IMO

IBIA is continuing its efforts for IMO to adopt guidelines ahead of 2020 that will promote a uniform… Read more…

IBIA offers practical advice on tank cleaning to IMO 2020 planning meeting

Ship implementation planning for the 2020 sulphur cap is on the agenda at a week-long meeting set to… Read more…

IBIA joins IMO Nightrider 2018 team to raise funds for seafarers’ welfare

IBIA’s representative to the International Maritime Organization, Unni Einemo, joined the IMO… Read more…

IBIA backs fight against maritime corruption

A paper describing the negative effect of maritime corruption was discussed at length at the 42nd se… Read more…

ISO to develop standard for methyl/ethyl alcohol fuels

The IMO has invited ISO to develop a standard for methyl/ethyl alcohol as a marine fuel and a standa… Read more…

IBIA supports proposal to improve safety standards for lifeboats and rescue boats

IBIA has co-sponsored a proposal to the IMO highlighting the need to amend the International Life-Sa… Read more…

Posidonia: Slaying mythical beasts in the IMO 2020 labyrinth

What a show! The Greek Shipping community put on a wonderful week for the rest of the world at Posid… Read more…