The trade show, taking place 12 to 14 March, 2023 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A., will see significant year-over-year growth, Diversified Event Director Wynter Courmont said.
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The spot price of Norwegian salmon dropped last week (week 4) by NOK 4.76/kg, down to NOK 85.27/kg, according to industry statistics provider Akvafakta. The price has dropped by NOK 10 per kilo over two weeks.
Last week’s price is still NOK 14.58/kg higher than in the same week last year.
The average spot price so far this year is NOK 89.84/kg, against a corresponding NOK 69.78/kg.
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Oceana proposes to veto trawling and tax fishing diesel to achieve this and Europêche attacks a simplicity that will only turn fish into a luxury item and open the doors to other less controlled productions
The fishing sector and environmental organizations are clear that advancing in the decarbonization of the activity is feasible. Even that it is possible to reach carbon neutrality in 2050. And desirable. Given the current price of diesel, fishing is the most interested in this break with fossil fuels that the EU is pursuing in all its economic activities.
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The second anchovy fishing season in the north-central region is taking place in Peru and, according to the report of the Peruvian Sea Institute (Imarpe), until January 26, a total of 1,819,872 tons of said fish have been landed. species, which represents 79.7% of the Total Maximum Allowable Catch Limit (LMTCP).
A Final Determination has been issued by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Clean Water Act to help protect Bristol Bay, regarded as the world’s most productive wild salmon ecosystem.
With this action, the Biden-Harris Administration is protecting certain waters that are important to sustaining Southwest Alaska’s salmon resources from disposal of dredged or fill materials associated with developing the Pebble Mine deposit.
The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries has established "Regulations on temporary subsidies for fuel for the coastal shrimp fleet in 2023". Apply for the scheme at Garantikassen for fishermen.
NOK 21 million has been set aside for payment, and grants are given as long as there are funds for payment, Garantikassen writes in a message on its website.
A grant of NOK is given. 2.50 per filled liter of tax-exempt fuel, bunkered in Norway in 2023.
Grants can be applied for up to 12 times, and the first application can be sent from February 2023.
The following vessels can apply for a subsidy for fuel expenses for Norwegian excise duty bunkered fuel in 2023:
a. Vessels which, in accordance with the regulation of 17 December 2020 on temporary subsidies as compensation for CO2 tax to vessels engaged in fishing and catching in close waters, were included in the coastal shrimp fleet for the year 2022.
b. Vessels which are not covered by point a, but which document that the income from shrimp and crayfish fishing in total exceeds 50% of the catch value which is the source of the bunkering of fuel.
The results are part of the materialization of the commitments to advance in concrete and verifiable solutions that allow improving practices in circular economy and climate change.
On January 28, the World Day of Action against Global Warming was commemorated, also called "World Day for the Reduction of CO2 Emissions". For this reason, Skretting Chile reported the progress made by the company regarding the Clean Production Agreement (APL), voluntarily signed in October 2021 with the Sustainability and Climate Change Agency, a committee belonging to the Production Development Corporation ( CORFO).
According to the external audit carried out by the consultancy Greenticket, Skretting has achieved 87.54% progress in achievable actions before the compliance deadline, which is at the end of 2024. In this regard, the head of Environmental Management highlighted that "this demonstrates the corporate will that we have to deliver concrete, measurable and verifiable solutions in a short time, generating sustainable changes within our operations that allow us to contribute directly to the reduction of greenhouse gases and waste, as well as to the efficient use of energy”.
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BAADER is pleased to announce that Jákup Sørensen has been appointed the new Managing Director for BAADER Danmark A/S as of January 1, 2023. He will take over this position from Anders Lorentzen, who will start drawing his well-deserved retirement after 37 years of Service to BAADER. Anders will remain for consultative purposes until the end of June 2023, ensuring a smooth transition.
Anders Lorentzen held the position of Managing Director BAADER Danmark A/S since 1999,responsible for Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Sweden.
Jákup has been with BAADER since 2018as Sales Manager, dedicated to serving Faroese customers while ensuring close cooperation with BAADER Denmark and the BAADER Headquarters in Lubeck. Having worked closely with Anders Lorentzen for the past four years, Sørensen will ensure business continuity for the internal team and business partners.
The designated Managing Director will further capitalize on his local presence on the Faroe Islands in line with the BAADER ongoing attempts to be close to its global customers.
The Norwegian Pelagic Fishing Course in Week 4 Norway
Capelin fishing in Iceland. Herring from the north, mackerel and cod from the west.
As expected, it was a week with a lower quantity than the two previous weeks. In total, we have reg...
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