Regulation

Scorpio Bulkers, which along with sister company Scorpio Tankers, has taken a major bet on scrubbers to comply with the IMO’s 2020 low sulphur regulations is assuming a price spread…
Liberia is the second largest ship registry in the world, according to leading shipping analyst Clarksons in its World Fleet Monitor January 2019. This report confirms that, in gross tonnage…
A Korean court has rejected the application for an arrest warrant of a Korean Register (KR) surveyor over the tragic sinking of the VLOC Stellar Daisy 22 months ago.
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) has seen more than a 90% reduction in corruption incidents in Argentina since collective action in the South American country.
These days it is almost impossible to discuss or view anything taking place in the UK except through the Brexit prism. Truly, it’s hard to remember a time when it…
LNG projects and scrubber retrofits boosted Keppel Offshore & Marine's Keppel (O&M) orderbook last year as it sees growing optimism for the sector as whole.
London-based Greek shipowners have urged the IMO to bring together oil companies, marine equipment makers and classification societies to guarantee fuels created to comply with 2020 environmental rules do not…
The Port of Fujairah has become the latest major port to ban the use of open-loop scrubbers in its waters.
Singapore is aiming to move forward with the digitalisation of shipping trade documentaton such as Bills of Lading (BLs) by developing standards inter-operability of different solutions that use technology such…
China’s central government is planning the consolidation for several industry sectors to optimise the state-owned regional assets structure and reduce horizontal competition.
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