Regulation

Dubai-headquartered HullWiper has announced it is opening its first operations base in the Americas, in partnership with subsea services in Panama, Talleres Industriales, to offer its hull cleaning solution to…
With IMO’s 2050 greenhouse gas (GHG) emission targets requiring as yet unknown innovations to meet them DNV GL chief Remi Eriksen says owners should have optionality designed into new vessels…
The premise of DNV GL panel on IMO 2020 at Nor-Shipping 2019 seemed to be that with less than seven months to go certainly at least the top players should…
Shipowners opting to use scrubber technology starting 2020 should be prepared to face mandatory scrubber washwater monitoring, according to water quality monitoring technology firm Rivertrace.
The business case for retrofitting scrubbers will eventually “disappear” as the price spread between high sulphur fuel oil (HSFO) and low sulphur fuel oil (LSFO) will keep on narrowing, according…
Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) will be showcasing its position as one of the world’s leading maritime centres.
High level global leaders will meet under the auspices of the UN Global Compact at Nor-Shipping 2019 in Oslo on Monday to try and map out future ocean solutions.
He Jianzhong, Vice Minster of China’s Ministry of Transport (MOT), was responsible for shipping sector, has retired and left the position, according to the notice released by the State Council.
Singapore-based bunker supplier Southernpec (Singapore) has been permanently banned from supplying marine fuels in the port of Singapore after the local port authority revoked its bunker supplier licence.
As much as 16% of the global containership fleet by vessel count and 35.7% in terms of capacity have been equipped with scrubbers as at end-May, seven months ahead of…
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