Regulation

Agnes Wong Tin-yu will take up the post of Director of Marine in Hong Kong from 14 May as current director Maisie Cheng Mei-sze moves to the role of Permanent Secretary…
The decarbonisation of shipping and the IMO targets for CO2 reductions by 2030 and 2050 have thrown open the question as to what will be the future fuel, or fuels,…
Brazilian state oil firm Petrobras has produced and supplied its first batch of IMO 2020-compliant bunker fuels of 0.34% sulphur content, it has been reported.
The Chilean Tribunal for the Defense of Free Competition (TDLC) released its final ruling in a car cartel case that began in 2015 fining NYK and MOL at of $9.1m,…
The introduction of digitalisation to the shipping sector will not reinvent the industry, but it is needed to increase efficiency according to logistics software solutions firm Singular Point.
More than half the 188 lives lost in bulk carrier losses in the last decade were in incidents that involved cargo liquefaction.
US Energy policy, along with Donald Trump’s classic head-fakes, almost seems destined to confuse participants in the oil business, with obvious impacts on shipping which serves it.
Wallenius and Swedish Orient Line (SOL) have formed a shipowning joint venture to operate ice-class vessels for the forestry product trades in the Gulf of Bothnia and Baltic Sea area.
Six out of 10 new ships ordered by 2025 are predicted to be LNG-powered vessels due to stricter environmental standards in shipping, a South Korean study says.
The finalists for this year's Seatrade Awards have been announced, with the winners to be revealed during an evening ceremony at London’s spectacular Guildhall on Tuesday 7th May 2019.
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