The consortium is composed as a transnational triplex (public, private, scientific), strongly connected to IMO and EU organizations (EC, EMSA,ESPO, AA, CPMR, CVAA) to ensure joint implementation and long term effects.

Brest CCI, port operator, Lead, supported by Brittany region (port owner), French Transport ministry, CDC . engaged in EU policy (EC, ESPO) /projects and clusters. Provides its oil PRF


the Netherlands

Provides its ballast water port reception facility, support of IMO, Dutch ministries and ports.


United Kingdom of Great Britain

UKMCN (cluster) will mobilize EU clusters and industry (Lloyds Register looks for ballast water port reception facility, Seab (oil digesting systems))

Liverpool Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and Liverpool university (LJMU): complementary partners, used to work with public bodies (LEP) and with research/industry, including ports (LJMU), in Liverpool/ EU.

‘Marine South East Ltd, using capabilities as a marine cluster organisation to help with external project communications, organising public events and developing ‘value propositions’ for other ports and ‘best practice’ promotional materials.’



Gijon PA and LUNAGUA – Grupo TRADEBE will work in couple to implement the project in Gijon/Spain, with Spanish authorities, scientists.

Gran Canarias: the university (ULPGC) and the port authority (APLP): work together on marine pollution. In ports and in Canarias, with PLOCAN (cluster) and Public Authorities.

Sevilla Port.Authority: implementation of the project in Andalusia.



ACTION MODULERS develops advanced port solutions in relation with EMSA. Coordinates the implementation in PT, with

The ports of Setubal, Lisbon, APDL, Acores, Sines, Eco-Oil (oil PRF) and PERUVI

National Authorities (DGPM, DGRM),

Forum Oceano (maritime cluster and events management).



The Port of Cork, strongly engaged at EU (EC, ESPO/ESSF, Cruise Europe) and country levels in ”Blue Growth”, leads the WP3, (capitalization)).


Fabienne Vallee
Atlantic Blue Ports,
project manager