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20 COVER FEATURE: FISHERIES REGULATION The fishing industry believes that the EU’s discard ban is inflexible


24 EYE IN THE SKY


Satellites are being used to hunt down harmful algal blooms before they damage fisheries


26 FISHING POWER 3 LEADER


Owners are looking at geeks as the saviours of shipping 4 CURRENTS


Global news across the sectors


11 MARINE MURMURS Your views on IMO’s sulphur cap and marine engineers’ hunches


13 GREY MATTER


Building a working relationship between man and machine


14 INTERVIEW: PANOS PATSADAS


The ups and downs of the heavy lift sector from Hamburg to Brazil 19 FUEL LINE


Guidelines for LNG quality are completing the puzzle


Owners of live fish carriers are selecting efficient engines 27 LETTERS 28 NAVIGATION


Colleges need to get on board as the industry migrates to ECDIS


33 CONFERENCE REPORT: BIG DATA Stakeholders are unwilling to share information among peers


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34 WAVELENGTH


A head-to-head debate on the threats posed by climate change 38 OFFSHORE


Angola has fallen victim to the global collapse in oil prices


40 BEARINGS


The difference between polymer and phenolic bearings explained


43 STARTING LINE Tobias Rennekamp talks about his time in London insurance


44 SHIPYARD SCOPE


Germany’s Meyer Werft is adopting new technology as it sets sails into the future


48 TROUBLESPOT


A fire threatened the ferry Pride of Canterbury but the crew acted fast and limited damage


52 PRACTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY


Barnacles could shed light on the fate of flight MH370


56 TECHNICAL PAPER


More expensive fuels don’t reduce speed in US ECAs


63 DISCOVERY A showcase of innovative products and services


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66 HISTORY Privateers – the legal pirates


70 IMAREST NEWS The latest from your institute


72 SCUTTLEBUTT


Gossip from the watercooler of the marine industry


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