Regulation

If only to exploit its unique location at the mouth of the Red Sea, Saudi Arabia, under a new liberal and progressive regime, is making a concerted effort to be…
Rotterdam port will widen its Green Award discount starting 2019 to encourage safe and green shipping in the liquid bulk segment, the Port of Rotterdam Authority announced.
Greek authorities have seized drugs worth more than $113m after intercepting a Syrian general cargo ship sailing for Libya, the coast guard said on 14 December.
Finland’s Containerships, a subsidiary of CMA CGM, has taken delivery of its first LNG-powered vessel.
Japan Engine Corporation (J-ENG) has landed its first order for an environmentally-friendly marine diesel engine for installation on a 99,000-dwt bulk carrier to be built at Oshima Shipbuilding.
“What are our competitors and governments doing? We can’t change the world alone!” As a compliance officer in the shipping sector, this is common feedback from colleagues when conducting compliance…
Container line Ocean Network Express (ONE) will be applying a low sulphur fuel surcharge for Taiwan and the China emission control areas (ECAs) next year.
A shipyard in Germany or Scandinavia is likely to be chosen within the next few weeks by Norwegian coastal freight and passenger ferry operator, Hurtigruten, as it embarks on a…
Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (ICE) is planning to launch a new marine fuel 0.5% futures contracts early next year in advance of IMO’s global 0.5% sulphur cap regulation from 2020.
Norway’s scrubber manufacturer Yara Marine Technologies has made its footprint in China with the opening of its new Shanghai office, responding to increasing demand for scrubbers in newbuilds and retrofit…
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