Two international regulations came into effect today and one EU regulation came into effect yesterday The IMO’s mandatory Data Collection System on fuel consumption under MARPOL Annex VI starts on 1 January 2019 for each ship of 5000 gross tonnage and above. The EU’s Monitoring Reporting and Verification Regulation on carbon dioxide emissions for Companies … Continue reading New Year – New Regulations
ከጥቂት ቀናት በፊት የኢትዮጵያ ነዳጅ አቅራቢ ድርጅትና ፔትሮ ቻይና የአንድ ዓመት የነዳጅ አቅርቦት ስምምነት መፈራረማቸው በብዙ መገናኛ ብዙሃን መዘገቡ ይታወሳል፡፡ የኢትዮጵያ ነዳጅ አቅራቢ ድርጅት ለአንድ ዓመት ፍጆታ የሚውል ነዳጅ ለመግዛት ያወጣውን ዓለም አቀፍ ጨረታ ካሸነፈው ፔትሮ ቻይና ጋር ነው የአቅርቦት ስምምነቱን የተፈራረመው፡፡ በፔትሮ ቻይናና በነዳጅ አቅራቢ ድርጅት መካከል የግዥ ስምምነቱ በተከናወነበት ወቅት እንደተገለጸው፣ እ.ኤ.አ. ከጃንዋሪ … Continue reading የኢትዮጵያ ነዳጅ አቅራቢ ድርጅትና የአቅርቦት ችግሮቹ
A United Nations report recently revealed that poor maritime connectivity continues to keep smaller and weaker economies from reaching world markets. However, for those few landlocked countries that have defied their geographical limitations and developed a maritime industry, the risk seems to have been worth it. Seaborne trade is often seen as the backbone of … Continue reading Can landlocked countries develop a blue economy? Can Ethiopia replicate other LLCs success stories?
Date: December 2, 2018Author: Combined Maritime Forces CTF 151 recently conducted Operation Haka on behalf of Combined Maritime Forces (CMF), a Counter Piracy Operation in the Gulf of Aden (GOA)/Socotra Gap. This was completed as part of the Kuwait Navy-led CTF 151’s enduring mission to counter piracy and to contribute to wider maritime security in the … Continue reading COMBINED TASK FORCE 151 COMPLETE COUNTER-PIRACY FOCUSED OPERATION IN THE GULF OF ADEN. — Combined Maritime Forces (CMF)
Since PM Abiy came to power there is always this ambition of rebuilding Ethiopian navy. I personally do appreciate our PM and his current team are doing to reform and uplift whole country to new era. I also have no issue with his intention of rebuilding Ethiopian Navy and do respect whichever direction this … Continue reading Rebirth of Ethiopian Navy – emotions Vs rational thinking
Few days back I came across with petition posted on http://www.change.org concerning long pending problems between young Ethiopian seafarers and EMTI. Due to some ill-planned agreement between Ethiopian government and EMTI (Ethiopian Maritime Training Institute) some 8 years back, EMTI got monopoly right to exploit young Ethiopians in the name of training and employment. So … Continue reading በኢትዮጵያን ባህርተኞች ላይ እየደረሱ ያሉ ችግሮች እንዲፈቱልን ስለመጠየቅ
Ethiopia’s Metal & Engineering Corporation (METEC) has been the subject of an investigation into an allegation of corrupt conduct and embezzlement of public funds. One of the allegations was METEC involvement in the purchase of two old ships from Ethiopian Shipping Lines (ESLSC) for demolition of the ships and recovering scrap metal, however, later METEC … Continue reading METEC and purchase of two old ships from ESLSC – maritime perspective