Ship Operations

As regulations on Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions loom for shipping, simply using less fuel will be one way to help meet environmental targets, and also potentially save cost from more…
A plan to deepen the Mississippi River Ship Channel to 50 feet, equal to that of the Panama Canal, has received the key backing of the US Army Corps of…
AP Moller - Maersk has moved to ensure a supply of 0.5% low sulphur fuel oil come 2020 with a joint bunkering facility with Vopak in the Port of Rotterdam.
Maersk Line remains against scrubbers as an option to comply with the 0.5% IMO global sulphur cap from 2020 although may invest in “a few”.
Fresh from a period of relative inactivity in the situation on abduction of crew from ships in the Sulu-Celebes seas and waters off eastern Sabah, the ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre…
The issue of cybersecurity has gained prominence as the increasingly technology-dependent global maritime industry comes to grips with the costly, growing attacks targeting major international shipping companies.
Vard Holdings has signed a NOK250m ($29.6m) deal with Yara to build the world’s first autonomous and electric container vessel, scheduled to be launched in early 2020.
Rapidly following on from successful implementation projects in Asian bunkering hub Singapore and in Hong Kong, ExxonMobil will now be the first company to supply bunker via an independently accredited…
A critical review by Intertanko of the damage caused to hundreds of ships through contaminated bunkers supplied over the past five months, has slammed the inaction by government authorities on…
Panama’s Minister of Maritime Affairs Jorge Barakat held a meeting with China’s Minister of Transport Li Xiaopeng, who visited the headquarters of the Panama Maritime Authority (AMP). Li was accompanied…
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