Ship Operations

Former BW Group and Norden chief Carsten Mortensen is taking up the role of non-executive chairman at weather routing company StormGeo.
Shipping increasingly “sticks out like a sore thumb” in the connected world, but maritime communications executives believe this will change in the short term.
The Green Maritime Methanol project, formed by a consortium of major Dutch maritime companies, has selected nine ships for research on the use of methanol as marine fuel.
Mis-declared chemical cargoes of calcium hypochlorite and chlorinated paraffin wax are believed to have caused a blast and fire onboard a KMTC containership at port in Thailand that resulted in…
France’s Total is readying to make 0.5% sulphur content fuels available at major bunkering ports from the fourth quarter of this year ahead of the IMO 2020 regulation, and the…
The shortlist for 2019’s Seatrade Maritime Awards Asia has been announced, with the winners to be unveiled on Friday 28th June at Hong Kong’s InterContinental Hotel in Kowloon.
The Panama Canal has announced it is postponing its latest and sixth draught reduction to 12 June following rainfall in the past week.
Following the Marine Environment Protection Committee 74 (MEPC 74) meeting last week the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has published guideline adopted for the 2020 sulphur cap online.
Digitalization is happening now in the shipping ecosystem. Big words aside, what this means to shipowners is that information about equipment, processes, you name it... can be generated, stored and…
Following the 12 May sabotage attacks on four tankers off Fujairah the LMA Joint War Commission (JWC) has added the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to its listed areas for Hull…
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