Dispatches

Amid innovative new technology, a wistful and commemorative air hung over the opening of the 25th biennial ITS (International Tug, Salvage & OSV) Convention and Exhibition held in Marseille this…
All of a sudden, there are deals in the air. The mood at the at last week's Marine Money 2018 conference, held over a span of three days, in New…
The brewing trade war between the US and China is seen having varied effects on different parts of the shipping industry. While much will depend on if and when the…
Discussions on safety at sea and accidents will almost inevitably lead to the issue of the human factor, which unfortunately is credited as the cause of around 70% of accidents.
Shipowners will neeed to do more than simply tweak existing vessel designs and business models if they are to meet the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) ambitious target to reduce greenhouse…
As the challenges mount for global shipping, there is a greater need for ever higher levels of efficiency. This was the premise for the setting up of the Port Call…
In the great scheme of things, the Pacific Island communities rarely feature, occasional exceptions including the powerful interventions of the Marshall Islands at the recent IMO climate debates.
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.
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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