Dispatches

In the second part of most read stories by month in 2018 on Seatrade Maritime News we look at July to December.
As 2018 draws to a close we take a look at what were the top stories each month on Seatrade Maritime News. This week we look at January through to June,…
If only to exploit its unique location at the mouth of the Red Sea, Saudi Arabia, under a new liberal and progressive regime, is making a concerted effort to be…
The LNG shipping market is expected to enjoy a positive foreseeable outlook with demand on the rise on the back of a global thirst for cleaner fuels and spot rates…
There will be more consolidation in the ship management sector as company founders decide on their future and mid-sized managers come under pressure, believes Anglo-Eastern ceo Bjorn Hojgaard.
Journalists everywhere know that feeling – if someone tells you “this is not a news conference”, it’s probably worth reaching for your notebook or, at the very least, paying attention.…
Rates for OSVs in the US remain underwater but utilisation levels are starting to rise and a “rational” approach to stacking and drydocking by owners could see pricing power start…
Operational issues with many installed ballast water treatment systems (BWTS) have been highlighted by both Intertanko and ABS, but is it all the fault of the manufacturers?
“Why have you slowed down? The delay is unacceptable. We need the ship alongside Monday morning without fail. There will be severe consequences for you should the voyage be delayed…
With just about a year left before the enforcement of the IMO 2020 global fuel sulphur cap, the shipping community is now seeing a global phenomenon of LNG bunkering services…
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