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23 January 2022 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 13:13 GMT+1

European Union


Ok of Brussels to the change in the ownership structure of the port group Peel Ports
New shareholders are GIP, APG and AustralianSuper

T&E calls on the EU to broaden the scope of the rules to decarbonise shipping to include ships under 5,000 GRT and those serving the offshore industry
For the combination, the reference threshold for CO2 emissions should be an annual quantity of one thousand tonnes

The European Commission has rejected the merger between the South Korean shipbuilding groups HHIH and DSME
No motivated by the dominant position that the concentration would have created in the market for the construction of LNG vessels

Over five million euros of EU aid to the former Sardinian workers of Air Italy and the Canal Port of Cagliari
Final green light from the European Parliament

Civitavecchia becomes "Core port" in the new proposals of the EU Commission for the TEN-T network
Giovannini: it is an important and awaited recognition and for which we have been strongly committed in these months of negotiations with the EU

EUR 300 million loan from the European Investment Bank at the port of Genoa
Resources mainly intended for the construction of the new forane dam, the upgrading of the railway network and cold ironing

The Council of the EU considers it necessary to further deepen the proposal for a FuelEU Maritime Regulation
Highlighted the need to introduce in the AFIR Regulation the flexibility necessary to take into account national specificities

ECSA reiterates the need to avoid loopholes in the application of the FuelEU Maritime Regulation
EU marine fuel suppliers will have to be responsible for the availability and compliance with fuel quality and safety requirements

European transport and logistics associations propose changes to EU climate policies
You asked for more incentive measures for ships and ports

ESPO calls for provisions to make systems for supplying shore-on-shore electricity to ships at berth effective
The association urges the definition of priorities to avoid wasting resources

Ok of Brussels to a public aid to equip the port of Hamburg with a cold ironing plant
The support, in direct form to the Port Authority, will amount to 20 million euros

The Port Authority of Gdansk has won the ESPO 2021 award
Recognized the efforts made by the port to help the local community during the pandemic

Messina (Assarmatori): The EU's 'Fit for 55' package hurts the shipping industry
Particularly affected - he underlined - maritime nations such as Italy

ECSA suggests some corrections to the EU Commission's proposal for the inclusion of shipping in the EU ETS
Lamented the absence of a legally binding commitment to allocate revenue from the Innovation Fund to the maritime sector

ESPO calls for the proposal for a regulation on the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure to be aligned with the FuelEU Maritime initiative
Ryckbost: It is not possible to realize the onshore power without any guarantee that it will be used by ships in ports

Austria's Roman Stiftner is the new president of the European Shippers' Council
Urge to make supply chains more transparent

The main environmental priority of European ports continues to be to improve air quality
The European Sea Ports Organisation has published its environmental report for 2021

Marie-Caroline Laurent has been appointed Managing Director of CLIA Europe
She is an expert in transport policies

Yes of Brussels to the DX Intermodal joint venture between Hupac and Kombiverkehr
Slovenian aid programme for rail freight transport authorized

ECSA proposes that responsibility for verifying the compliance of marine fuels with the new EU rules should fall on European fuel suppliers
The association believes that otherwise the regulation could be circumvented

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