Wave energy leaders are targeting aquaculture as a potential development partner with the industries combining to harness the power of the ocean to their mutual benefit.
The prospect of taking energy from wave power units to run feed barges, feed pumping systems and farm-cage lighting, was a recurring theme during Wave Energy Scotland’s 2022 conference in Edinburgh, back in May of this year.
Author: Colin Ley / FishFarmer | read the full articlehere
India's fishery and aquaculture exports reached an all-time high of $7.76 billion from April 2021 to March 2022, an increase in value of more than 30%. Export volume was 19% higher year on year to 1.37 million tonnes during this period. The main markets were the United States, China, the EU, Japan, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
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According to the decision of Svandís Svavarsdóttir, the Icelandic Minister of Fisheries, two plans for legislation designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the fishing fleet and speed up the energy exchange in accordance with the government’s goals have been presented in the consultation portal.
The preparation was based on a recent report on green steps in the fishing industry.
Source: The Fishing Daily | read the full article here
There is no sea in the world where the Chinese fleet is welcome. Pakistani fishermen object to the presence of deep-sea trawlers that cannot fish within 12 nautical miles of a country's maritime border, but this practice has been carried out for years with total impunity. The arrival of 12 new Chinese trawlers in the port of Karachi in October 2020 has exacerbated fishermen's concerns.
Local fishermen complain that trawlers target the best spots. Some of these places are nestled between what they say are the seafloor mountains in front of Gwadar.
Divided into at least three groups, Galician, Asturian, Cantabrian and Basque fishermen follow the bonito from the north on its annual migration. This Tuesday they were fishing about 500 kilometers north of A Coruña and about 300 west of French Brittany (the largest), more than 280 north of Santander and about 45 north of Avilés (the smallest). They continue on the coast of that tuna because not only have they not exhausted the quota, but they still have 7,500 tons left, 41% of the national quota.
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The increasing contribution of by-products to marine ingredient supply in the future will be a key topic at the 60th annual conference of marine ingredients organisation IFFO in Peru in October.
IFFO technical director Brett Glencross will chair a panel comprising Kamel Gabriel EL Khaloui, from ScanBio, Vincent Percier, from Symrise, and Dr Silke Middendorf, from Biomega Group, who will dive into specialty ingredients and palatability and explain how to make the most of by-products.
Author: Gareth Moore / Fishfarmingexpert | read the full articlehere
Industry Suppliers and Buyers to gather from 14-16 September 2022 for networking, sourcing and learning opportunities in the Asian Market.
Seafood Expo Asia, The Seafood Marketplace for Asia, produced by Diversified Communications, organiser of the world’s leading seafood trade events, is bringing the industry back together for three-day of in-person networking, sourcing and knowledge sharing. The 10th edition of Seafood Expo Asia is taking place in Singapore from 14-16 September 2022 at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre.