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  • ESG calls for full investigation into oil Spill 13.02.21

    February 13th, 2021

    The ESG was shocked and saddened to witness the spread of heavy, thick marine oil throughout the harbour area caused by an accident at sea from a vessel taking bunker fuel off the South Mole. It believes a full investigation into the cause of the spill must be carried out by the Port Authority to […]

    Radio Newsletter 04.02.21

    February 4th, 2021

    It’s not been a full year since we began experiencing the full challenge and restrictions from the coronavirus that has provoked such unease, change in life circumstance, and tragedy. We hope that change is coming and that a semblance of normality will soon resume. As issues of interest and concern to the ESG have been […]

    ESG on Shell LNG Bunkering licence 27.01.21

    February 4th, 2021

    The ESG notes that Shell has been awarded an LNG bunker licence for ship-to-ship operations in Gibraltar.  It also realises that the Gibraltar Government has always maintained its support for this and for Shells interest in pursuing this course of action. The group has from the start of Shells presence in Gibraltar advocated highest standards […]

    Radio Newsletter 10.12.20

    December 10th, 2020

    An end of year round up from us as we face a somewhat uncertain future with the imminent departure from the EU round the corner. Apart from border fluidity and economic concerns we also have setbacks for the environment as we will no longer have EU institutions to fall back on regarding regional and cross […]

    Impending departure from EU 9th December 2020

    December 9th, 2020

    The ESG is concerned about major changes facing the environment as we finally go through the process of exiting Europe on the 31st December 2020. In the run up to this significant date the group has submitted feedback to Government in the hope that some of our concerns will have featured in official discussions with […]