Ship Operations

Everyone is talking about blockchain but explaining what it actually does to the average shipping or legal person is a rather more challenging task. Holland & Knight lawyer K. Blythe…
As many as 44% of shipowners are considering liquefied natural gas (LNG) for propulsion on their newbuildings according to SMM Maritime Industry Report.
Satellite communication antenna provider Intellian has opened up an office in Shanghai to be close to one of the world's largest shipbuilding markets.
With installing a ballast water treatment system (BWTS) shifting from being an option to a requirement, Andrew Marshall, ceo of Coldharbour Marine, stresses that owners need to be mindful to…
Paul Slater, chairman and ceo of First International Corp argues that the statistical evidence of CO2 emissions from shipping is deeply flawed. 
Norwegian ballast water treatment manufacturer Optimarin has installed more than 20 systems through its new ‘fast-track’ service launched last September. Company ceo Tore Andersen reveals that these sales, which command…
There was a butane gas leak after a very large gas carrier (VLGC) and an aframax tanker collided in Singapore waters early on Tuesday morning.
Parker Kittiwake has launched an innovative new device which can measure fuel sulphur content as well as various other metrics.
Operations in the Panama Canal returned to normalcy April 14, following the suspension of a group of tugboat captains while they are being investigated for paralysing transits through the expanded locks…
Greater regulatory certainty and a burgeoning bunkering infrastructure worldwide means the conditions could not be better for LNG-fuelled vessels to set sail, says Cristina Saenz de Santa Maria, regional manager…
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