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The largest LNG terminal in Europe is moving ahead with plans to supply LNG for bunkering, delegates heard at the annual British Ports Association conference.
Greece’s ERMA FIRST reports it has become the first full flow electrolysis Ballast Water Treatment System vendor to receive US Coast Guard (USCG) type approval for its BWTS FIT equipment.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has hit out at a Canadian bill that will effectively ban tankers from the waters off British Colombia.
Under the weight of coping with a tsunami of regulations, more dry cargo ship owners are turning to Intercargo in record numbers for support.
A welcome sense of optimism on the future of shipping infused the opening day of the 15th biennial Maritime Cyprus conference taking place in Limassol this week, a line-up of…
MAN Diesel & Turbo is offering a EUR2m discount for the first 10 owners to sign up for LNG retrofits.
Hong Kong's government continues to keep the maritime sector abreast of the latest international developments with a proposal to tweak legislation on shipowners' liability to bring them in line with…
BP has partnered with Kmarin and ICBC Leasing to invest over $1bn in six LNG carriers.
Arnstein Eknes, OSV and special ships market and business development director for DNV GL, sees significant potential for smart vessel operations in the Middle East workboat fleet which will cut…
Sovcomflot (SCF) is ordering five LNG-powered aframaxes for Rosneft at Zvedza Shipbuilding Complex.
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