The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has reworked its submission to IMO proposing what form that body’s draft initial strategy on reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from ships should take.

The value of the UK Maritime Sector has been reemphasised in a new report launched by Maritime UK for London International Shipping Week.

Hong Kong-listed Brightoil Petroleum has further developed its energy e-commerce platform with the start of real-time online bunker trading combined with a Forward Fixed Price (FFP) hedging tool on Friday.

China is a power with a strategic plan and Greece can only benefit from bilateral cooperation, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said during a press conference in Thessaloniki 9 September. The Greek leader commented on Greece’s strategic partner, expressing his admiration for the strategy of “a strong and peaceful country".

Continuing to crackdown on companies breaching the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) the Australian authorities have barred the bulker DL Carnation for 12 months over underpaying the crew.

Fleet Secure, launched at Inmarsat’s London headquarters yesterday, is an all-inclusive, real-time, managed monitoring service, providing shipowners and managers with the cyber security protection needed to guard against malicious attack or malware, detect vulnerabilities, and respond to threats.

As expected John Fredriksen’s rig owning company Seadrill has filed for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring.

ExxonMobil has launched a new global service named Mobil Serv to provide end-to-end lubrication solutions for the marine industry.

Container carrier Maersk Line has participated in a fast-growing BoxTech container database, a digital platform that facilitates an automated seamless flow of container information between different parties throughout the supply chain.

Five seafarers are missing after a tanker collided with a dredger in the Singapore Strait early on Wednesday morning.

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