Research firm Woodmac has forecast that just over 10% of marine fuel will be scrubbed in 2020 when the IMO 0.5% sulphur cap rule is enforced.

Integrated compressed natural gas (CNG) solutions provider Global Energy Ventures (GEV) has unveiled a plan to build four CNG ships, following the completion of a share sale that raised AUD$4.7m ($3.3m).

The fire-hit Yantian Express containership has arrived at Port of Freeport, Bahamas and berthed on 4 February, going through fire inspection and decontamination.

North European feeder operator Team Lines is closing its doors as mainlines increasingly operate their own feeder services.

Britannia P&I Club has been granted an underwriting license for its Singapore branch.

Terminal operator DP World saw container volume growth slip to 1.9% last year to handle 71.4m teu, with throughput at its home base in the UAE declining.

Prepared or not prepared? That’s quite a question. According to a survey on preparedness for Brexit by Odgers Berndtson, only 16% of about 100 UK ports and harbour authorities have made any ‘significant or practical’ plans for Brexit, but 59% expect a negative or strongly negative impact.

Oldendorff Carriers has celebrated the delivery of five eco-newbuildings – four of which were handed over to the shipowner on the same day.

Hempel has launched a new antifouling coating incorporating a powerful biocide designed to protect the hull from fouling for up to 60 months.

A revolutionary new technology that enables electronic signals to pass through steel has been developed by a young entrepreneurial Norwegian company, ScanReach, and is likely to transform ship and offshore safety systems.

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