GPAS (Green Port Award System) program is a green evaluation system for ports in the APEC region developed by APEC Port Services Network (APSN). It represents an integral part of APSN’s ongoing efforts to promote the green growth of the APEC port industry.ENTER
The First ASPN Green Port Awarding Ceremony was Held in Penang, Malaysia
The First ASPN Green Ports Awarding Ceremony was held in Penang, Malaysia on November 8th, 2016. The APSN Green Port was presented to Bangkok Port, Thailand; Jurong Port, Malaysia; Ningbo Zhoushan Port Co., Ltd. Beilun Second Container Terminal Branch, China; Port Klang, Malaysia; Port of Singapore; Port of Tanjung Pelepas, Malaysia; and Qinhuangdao Port Co., Ltd. Sixth Port Branch, China.
Rewarding greener ships
Twente Port Authority has begun 2017 by offering vessels with Green Award certification discounts at the port.
Green Marine targets noise emissions
Green Marine is broadening the scope of its North American environmental certification programme by adding two performance indicators dealing with underwater noise emanating from ships and port activities.
Tackling high LNG equipment costs
LNG has a huge opportunity to become a key shipping fuel because of its environmental advantages and relatively stable price, but equipment costs and lack of LNG bunkering facilities are still weighing heavily on shipowners' minds.
Total joins SEA\LNG
Total, the international oil and gas giant, has joined SEA\LNG, a multi-sector industry coalition created to accelerate the widespread adoption of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a marine fuel. - See more at: http://www.greenport.com/news101/lng/total-joins-sealng#sthash.NkokHnfC.dpuf
Expertise in logistics
DP World has its sights fixed firmly on fast efficient logistics with the opening of its first smart logistics centre in Lurin, Peru. - See more at: http://www.greenport.com/news101/Products-and-Services/expertise-in-logistics#sthash.oMHawG04.dpuf