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Greenland supports Arctic oil ban

Greenland's home-rule government has decided to support efforts to ban sailings on heavy fuel oil in Arctic waters, which is a part of the IMO's agenda.

Greenland considers creation of maritime authority

Politicians in Greenland will this week assess whether the entire maritime political area can be brought back to Greenland instead of falling under the Danish Maritime Authority. The idea falls in line with Royal Arctic Line's plans to flag more of the carrier's vessels locally.

Royal Arctic Line vessels to be flagged in Greenland

The carrier will "be rooted in the fact that it's a Greenlandic business," and as such, a bigger part of the carrier's fleet will be flagged in Greenland going forward, says CEO Verner Hammeken in an interview with ShippingWatch.

Royal Arctic Line chairman supports break from historic monopoly

The chairman of carrier Royal Arctic is ready to open talks with its owner, the Greenlandic Government, and discuss breaking from its current monopoly on Greenlandic salings. The historical concession is expensive for Greenland, chairman Kuno Fencker tells ShippingWatch.

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