Ship Operations

Gibraltar Social Democrats (GSD) has called on the government to conduct a detailed review of practices in the bunkering industry to assess its impact on public health.
London-based Greek shipowners have urged the IMO to bring together oil companies, marine equipment makers and classification societies to guarantee fuels created to comply with 2020 environmental rules do not…
The Port of Fujairah has become the latest major port to ban the use of open-loop scrubbers in its waters.
At least 10 crew have died and 10 are missing after a fire on board two ships in the Black Sea near the Kerch Strait.
Technology companies present a future of a highly automated maritime industry, but what will this mean for those who work in shipping?
A total of 10 countries are set to ban or restrict open-loop scrubbers in some or all of their ports, and more are likely to follow, according to P&I club…
Last year proved to be "challenging but positive" and "cautious optimism" seems to sum up the feeling in the industry when it comes to 2019, judging from comments made by…
Whilst many people believe that the IMO’s ambition to reduce shipping’s 2050 carbon emissions by at least 50% compared with 2008 levels appears to be an almost impossible target, shipping…
Incidents of piracy and armed robbery in Asia have declined in 2018 over the previous year, marking the lowest number of incidents since 2007 based on records kept by ReCAAP…
The pipelayer Star Centurion, part of the fleet of Vallianz Offshore, has sunk following a collision with a Pertamina tanker off Indonesia.
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