Ship Operations

Maritime and technology leaders at the Sea Asia 2019 preview panel discussion today highlighted the significant role of start-up companies, particularly those in the technology sector, in bringing the maritime…
Russian natural gas producer Novatek is aiming to launch LNG bunkering operations in Vysotsk on the Baltic by the end of March, reports said.
Greeks may control 20% of the world's global fleet and be a dominate player in most aspects of sea transportation but the country has minimal influence in the politics which…
The Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry (LISCR) has confirmed the rumours floating in the industry for some time, that Scott Bergeron quits the Liberian Registry.
Nantong-based CIMC Sinopacific Offshore & Engineering (CIMC SOE) has bagged an order for up to six 20,000 cu m LNG bunkering vessels order from Stolt-Nielsen Gas.
The Master of a Russian cargoship has been detained for sailing under the influence of alcohol after the vessel hit a bridge in Busan, South Korea.
As the severe dry season continues the Panama Canal authorities announced on Thursday it will reduce the draught in the neo-panamax locks for a fourth time effective 29 March.
When a SOx scrubber is installed, it becomes vital to the vessel’s compliance and fuel economy. This makes choosing a scrubber more than a choice of technology. The supplier behind…
With just a small percentage of ships fitting scrubbers owners are warned they will need secure availability of high sulphur fuel oil (HFO) in 2020 as the supply chain will…
The UAE port of Fujairah has made 0.5% low sulphur bunker fuel available this month, well ahead of the IMO 2020 global fuel sulphur cap.
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