Environmental

Norwegian paint manufacturer Jotun AS believes there is huge scope to raise hull and propeller operating efficiency by using shipboard data more effectively. According to Global Concept Director Stein Kjølberg,…
Europe is set to develop its first shore-to-ship bunkering station for LNG in Germany’s port of Cologne, following the issuance of an official permit for PitPoint.LNG to proceed with civil…
A hugely successful UAE Maritime Week came to a conclusion on 1 November, ending fittingly for a country positioning itself at the leading edge of technological advancement with UAE Maritime…
Babcock Schulte Energy (BSE), a joint venture of Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM) and Babcock International Group, is actively seeking long term charter contracts to back the purchase of its second…
The arrival of the global sulphur limit in 2020 will pose multiple challenges to ship operators, Lloyd’s Register principal consultant on fuels Tim Wilson told a Maritime Future Leaders seminar organised…
Large tanker owner Euronav has reiterated its concerns over scrubbers outlining three areas of concern in its Q3 results including that they are and “likely to facilitate non-compliance” with the…
Optimarin has inked a new agreement with Höegh Autoliners for 10 retrofitted ballast water treatment (BWT) systems, a contract that follows previous individual orders over the past two years for…
Singapore shipyard group Sembcorp Marine (Sembmarine) has bagged a contract from Norled to design and build three battery-powered ro-pax ferries.
H.E. Dr Abdulla Belhaif Al Nuaimi, Minister of UAE Infrastructure and Chairman of the UAE Federal Transport Authority, was announced as winner of the Global Maritime Community Award during the…
After several lean years prospects are looking good for the LNG sector again, Cyprus set out plans to grow a quality maritime sector, and the IMO agreed a ban on…
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