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USA Based Shipping Company to Retrofit CR Ocean Engineering Marine Scrubbers in Over 35 Vessels: Over 150 CROE Scrubbers


With the award of a major marine scrubber contract for a USA-based shipping company, CR Ocean Engineering, LLC, (“CROE©”) continues

IMO 2020: ENOC Group and Indian Oil Corporation partner to broaden global marine offerings and tackle industry challenge


ENOC Group has announced a strategic alliance with Indian Oil Company (IOC), the largest commercial oil and gas company in

Qatar to acquire up to 60 new LNG vessels


Minister of State for Energy Affairs and the President and CEO of Qatar Petroleum, H E Saad bin Sherida Al

Demolition Market “Confusing” Says Shipbroker


Over the course of the past couple of years, things were pretty straightforward when it came to the demolition market.

Tanker Shipping: Geopolitics And Overall Fleet Growth Are The Main Drivers


The oil market is notoriously linked to geopolitics. Most recently, the political situation in Venezuela creates turmoil in the region and particularly affects crude oil exports.

Demand drivers and freight rates
The tanker market has made the most of a solid

Scrubbers’ Share Reaches 10% of Existing Fleet and 31% of World’s Orderbook Says Clarkson


Clarksons issued a series of figures compiled on the current scrubber market situation.

Summarising the latest update, Steve Gordon, Managing Director

CSA 2020 Voices Concerns Over Scrubber Proposal From European Commission


The Clean Shipping Alliance 2020 (CSA 2020) today expressed strong concerns about a proposal submitted by the European Commission (EC)

​IMO Secretary-General urges all aboard for GHG reduction


IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim has called for Member States and the entire maritime sector including shipping and ports, to come

Sembcorp Marine posts 4th Quarter 2018 net profit of $6 million, full year 2018 net loss of $74 million


Sembcorp Marine posted net profit of $6 million for 4Q 2018. For FY 2018 net loss was $74 million.

Group revenue

BW Offshore: EBITDA for the quarter was USD 148.9 million and EBITDA for the full year was USD 489.2 million


EBITDA for the fourth quarter of 2018 was USD 148.9 million, an increase from USD 126.4 million in the third

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