Malaysia’s Sapura Energy has steadily worked away since the beginning of the year and picked up nine new contracts worth MYR1.8bn ($448.5m) in Malaysia, Australia, India and Mexico.
Under the shadow of a likely trade war between US and China, the freight market showed lethargy with little activities and weaker derivatives.
DP World is expanding its facilities at the DP World Prince Rupert Fairview Container Terminal after agreeing with the Port of Prince Rupert on the terms of a project development…
INTTRA posted its highest monthly number of transactions in May, with more than 4m requests for container bookings or shipping instructions processed on its platform.
A Singapore-based shipping business spin-off from Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed Grindrod has debuted on Nasdaq in the US.
For tanker owners, there is much at stake on 22 June when OPEC oil ministers gather in Vienna for what is likely to be a particularly bad-tempered meeting.
The main shipping industry trade organisations say International Maritime Organization (IMO) member states “must make” progress on key issues related to the 2020 sulphur cap.
Dorian LPG has rejected an unsolicited takeover offer from BW LPG saying it undervalues the company.
Seatrade Maritime News readers may remember the moans and groans of shipowners, at the time of OW’s final ascent to its watery grave, who implored, “Who should we pay? We…
The tide has now shifted now shifted for US LNG exports resulting in a reshaping of global shipping flows.
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