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VLCC Tankers Prime Candidates for Scrapping

24/02/2018

The rumor mill has stalled things at the demolition market for ships, with Pakistan seemingly ready to reopen its import

BIMCO relaunch ship benchmarking system

24/02/2018

BIMCO relaunches ship benchmarking system Shipping KPI after two years of redesign. The system helps shipowners and managers make strategic

Europe Takes First Steps in Electrifying World’s Shipping Fleets

24/02/2018

Since early 2015, a mid-sized car ferry, the MS Ampere, has been traversing the Sognefjord in western Norway from early

PPR 5: Review of IMO guidelines for EGCS creates debate

24/02/2018

The International Maritime Organization has agreed to update the 2015 Guidelines for exhaust gas cleaning systems (EGCS Guidelines) to clarify a number of issues, and it is proving challenging to strike a balance amid fears the review could make the

Seven Shipping Stocks Yielding Up To 15%

24/02/2018

“I am so happy with the recommendation of GSL-PB from the October 2016 issue. Can you recommend some others with

Nordic American Tankers Announces Time Charter coverage for NAT vessels in focus with major oil companies in the West an

24/02/2018

In the autumn of 2017, we advised you of our time charter activities/contracts with oil companies such as Shell, BP,

Knutsen Group And Marlink Extend Contract To Ensure Future Proof Fleet Communications

24/02/2018

Norwegian tanker specialist Knutsen has extended its contract with Marlink, ensuring that its fleet of 38 vessels and two planned

Ince & Co advises Aegean Marine Petroleum Network (AMPNI) on the acquisition of HEC Europe

23/02/2018

Ince & Co was instructed by longstanding client, Aegean Marine Petroleum Network (AMPNI), the world’s largest independent physical bunker supplier,

Hyundai Heavy wins $58 mln order to build LPG tanks in Nigeria

23/02/2018

Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., the world’s largest shipbuilder by sales, said it has received a US$58 million order to build

IMO to ban many vessels carrying high sulphur fuel from 2020 – official

23/02/2018

The International Maritime Organization intends to ban ships that do not have equipment to strip sulphur from carrying fuel that

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