Ship Operations

Large tanker owner Euronav has reiterated its concerns over scrubbers outlining three areas of concern in its Q3 results including that they are and “likely to facilitate non-compliance” with the…
The shipping industry will have multiple block chains and they will need many translators to speak to each other, Noura Al Dhaheri, CEO of Maqta Gateway, a subsidiary of Abu…
A packed audience of nearly 200 heard strong opinions as to whether or not the maritime industry is ready to embrace smart shipping at a parliamentary-style debate held on the…
A panel discussion at Seatrade Maritime Middle East led by IEC Telecom and Inmarsat addressed the critical role connectivity plays in the maritime industry.
H.E. Dr Abdulla Belhaif Al Nuaimi, Minister of UAE Infrastructure and Chairman of the UAE Federal Transport Authority, was announced as winner of the Global Maritime Community Award during the…
After several lean years prospects are looking good for the LNG sector again, Cyprus set out plans to grow a quality maritime sector, and the IMO agreed a ban on…
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has agreed a ban on the carriage of high sulphur fuel by vessels unless they are fitted with a scrubber from two months after the…
The Tasmanic Winter has nearly finished its voyage from China to Rotterdam via the Northern Sea Route with 24 new vessels on board built at Damen yards in Changde and Yichang.
As the deadline for the IMO’s global sulphur cap gets closer, one of the world’s leading providers of fuel treatments developed for marine diesel engines is heading to Dubai for…
Final preparations are underway for Seatrade Maritime Middle East (SMME) 2018, official exhibition of UAE Maritime Week, which is set to open at Dubai World Trade Centre on 29 October.
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