Tankers

Cameron LNG facility in the US is preparing for exports and underwent an inspection by the coast guard this week.
Wilhelmsen Ship Management (WSM) is re-entering the crude tanker segment a decade after it exited with the sale of ITM Ship Management.
At a time when Europe is “experiencing turbulence such as Brexit”, Greece, with oceangoing shipping and its management as the cornerstone of a development plan can become "a pole of…
The Nigerian authorities have launched a clampdown on vessels that do not comply with the country's cabotage laws detaining a Navigator Gas LPG carrier.
Marine fuel is too cheap for the environmental damage that it causes and sea transport does not reflect the true cost of bringing goods to market. These are the views…
Integrated compressed natural gas (CNG) solutions provider Global Energy Ventures (GEV) has unveiled a plan to build four CNG ships, following the completion of a share sale that raised AUD$4.7m…
In 2018 the value of the Greek fleet increased by over $5bn to break the $100bn milestone, ensuring Greek shipowners continue to run not only the world largest fleet but…
One of shipping’s most outspoken executives Paddy Rodgers is standing down as ceo of tanker owner Euronav.
Ofer’s Eastern Pacific Shipping has condemned the seizure of its aframax the Barents Sea by armed militia at port Cameroon in an apparent commercial dispute.
Panama agreed to remove from its Ship Registry some 60 Iranian vessels to avoid being placed on a US Treasury blacklist.
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