A consortium comprising Keppel Offshore & Marine’s wholly-owned subsidiary Keppel FELS and Aibel AS has clinched a contract to develop offshore and onshore converter stations in Germany.

German bank Berenberg and a managing partner have been investigated over an alleged insider-trading scandal of Hapag-Lloyd’s shares, reports said.

Bunker One, the physical fuel supply arm of Bunker Holding Group, has expanded into Germany to service all ports at the German North Sea and Baltic Sea regions with bases in Rostock, Kiel and Hamburg.

Germany’s TT-Line has confirmed newbuilding deals with China’s Jinling Shipyard to build up to two LNG dual fuel ropax vessels for use in the Baltic Sea.

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 engineering work.

Ulstein Verft has inked a contract with Bernhard Schulte to build a service operation vessel for its wind project arm WINDEA Offshore.

Maritime law firm Clyde & Co is opening an office in Hamburg hiring four partners from rival Ince & Co.

Dubai Maritime Cluster Office (DMCO) of Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) has signed Memorandums of Understandings (MoUs) with Germany’s Maritimes Cluster Norddeutschland and Canada’s Vancouver International Maritime Cluster.

Braemar Shipping Services is moving into finance with maritime advisory the acquisition of NAVES Corporate Finance.

Indonesian shipowner Pelayaran Tempuran Emas (Temasline) has gained a world-class international partner after forming a joint venture (JV) with German integrated shipping services provider NSB Group.

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