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Demolition Market Picks Up at Last


Even if it’s been long overdue, finally the ships’ demolition market picked up over the course of the past couple

Shipping to face the sulphur shakeup


Shipping industry facing the realities

The first of January is fast approaching and with that comes the implementation of

Shipping number of the week: 1.9 million tonnes – net seaborne US crude oil exports set record


October was the first month in which the US exported more crude oil by sea than it imported, with exports

ABB completes delivery for the world’s most advanced icebreaking LNG carrier fleet


Yakov Gakkel, owned by joint venture between Teekay LNG Partners and China LNG Partners, joins a fleet of 15 specially designed tankers transporting liquefied natural gas (LNG) year-round from one of Russia’s most significant export developments in a generation –

ABS Publishes Fuel Cell Guidance to Support Industry Decarbonization Objectives: Guide Follows Hybrid Fuel Cell JDP With


ABS published its Guide for Fuel Cell Power Systems for Marine and Offshore Applications to support the design, evaluation, and construction of fuel cell systems on vessels and offshore assets.

“As technology evolves and regulators challenge shipping to decarbonize, fuel cells

Ship run by Chinese firm under U.S. sanctions spurns Malaysian checks – agency


An oil tanker, which shipping data showed was managed by a Chinese company under U.S. sanctions, refused to allow an

New IMO regulations present unique challenges for 2020


Stuart Edmonston, Loss Prevention Director at UK P&I Club, looks at what IMO 2020 and increased automation mean for the maritime sector in 2020:

“From a loss prevention perspective, the most obvious discussion point for 2020 is the impending roll-out of

European diesel margins sag before new shipping fuel rules


European diesel refining profit margins have tumbled as a slowing global economy has hit fuel demand harder than forecast despite

SAL Heavy Lift becomes world’s first with new emissions reduction technology


SAL Heavy Lift sets itself as a green-tech front runner and becomes the first shipping company in the world to

The European shipping industry welcomes the European Green Deal


The European shipping industry fully welcomes the unveiling of the European Green Deal by the European Commission President Ursula von

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