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Regulation

Shell’s massive FLNG facility Prelude has officially entered into Lloyd's Register (LR) class. 
The trend towards digitalisation is inexorable but what this entails is as diverse as the number of its proponents.
Singapore harbour pilotage provider PSA Marine is in a drive to improve the safety of boarding for pilots.
As shipping moves towards innovations such as autonomous vessels the US Coast Guard (USCG) warns that the industry needs to take cyber security seriously to avoid regulation.
The US Navy has called an “operational pause” to its fleet after the destroyer USS John S McCain collided with a tanker in the Singapore Strait leaving 10 missing and…
Bahri aims to register all its fleet of 39 VLCCs with the Saudi national flag by year-end as its latest large tanker joins the registry.
The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) is calling for a solution to what it labels as a “significant loophole” in Singapore’s bunker supply chain at the point of fuel custody…
It was some 45 years ago that marine biologists working in the South of England commented on new species of seaweed which were appearing around the Solent. They were traced…
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has revoked the bunker craft operator licence of Panoil Petroleum, effective 14 August 2017, following issues with the piping fixtures of five…
In the Summer of Trump, there have been mixed signals on funding for “all things infrastructure” in the US, among other things.
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