Regulation

Safe Bulkers has completed the installation of its first scrubber on a post-panamax vessel, following up on its previously announced plan to retrofit scrubbers on close to half of its…
As Cyprus-backed and Turkish drillships anchored near each other, European Union states have agreed on sanctions the EU should impose on Turkey for its illegal drilling activities in Cyprus’ exclusive…
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has announced the suspension of its previously announced draught restriction of 13.11 m (43.0 feet) maximum Tropical Fresh Water (TFW) for vessels transiting the neo-panamax locks…
MSC says that the majority of containers on board the vessel MSC Gayane seized following a $1.3bn cocaine bust in Philadelphia port have been transhipped onto their original destinations.
Scorpio Group has added a further 23 scrubber units for $33.3m from Pacific Green Technologies to be installed on its bulker and tanker fleets.
As the British government sets out ambitious targets for cutting emissions from shipping all new vessels ordered from 2025 for operation in UK waters should be designed with zero emission…
The European Union’s regulatory framework could led to shipowners relocating outside the EU, says Greece’s new Shipping and Island Policy Minister, Ioannis Plakiotakis.
The new Greek government led by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has pledged to make a more legal and tax friendly environment for shipping.
Taiwan’s state-owned shipbuilder CSBC Corp has completed an installation of a scrubber into a 13,000-teu containership owned by Hong Kong’s Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL).
Japan has updated that the country’s first trial of using IMO-compliant bunker fuel on coastal vessels has been successfully conducted, ahead of the next step of low-sulphur bunkering for ocean-going…
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