Regulation

Major port operator DP World is focusing on innovation and infrastructure and development to stay ahead of the curve.
A packed audience of nearly 200 heard strong opinions as to whether or not the maritime industry is ready to embrace smart shipping at a parliamentary-style debate held on the…
After several lean years prospects are looking good for the LNG sector again, Cyprus set out plans to grow a quality maritime sector, and the IMO agreed a ban on…
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has agreed a ban on the carriage of high sulphur fuel by vessels unless they are fitted with a scrubber from two months after the…
The UAE is committed to trade, competitive legislation and sustainability, H.E. Dr Abdullah Belhaif Al Nuaimi, minister of infrastructure development and chairman of the Federal Transport Authority – Land &…
As the deadline for the IMO’s global sulphur cap gets closer, one of the world’s leading providers of fuel treatments developed for marine diesel engines is heading to Dubai for…
Quality over quantity is the message from Cyprus Shipping Deputy Minister to the President, Natasa Pilides, when it comes to growing the country’s vibrant maritime cluster.
Scorpio Bulkers has described industry organisations and some large flag states “apologists” for small undercapitalized shipowners as they seek an experience building phase for the 2020 0.5% global sulphur cap.
Crowley Maritime Corp has named its LNG-powered vessel El Coqui in a ceremony at JaxPort cruise terminal.
The Union of Greek Shipowners (UGS) have hit out at the IMO’s approval the use of scrubbers to comply with 0.5% sulphur cap, and called on more maritime nations to…
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