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Tankers

Singapore-based oil trader and tanker owner Hin Leong has an ambitious plan to invest more than $3bn to build oil terminals and distribution facilities in emerging Asian markets, reports said.
Representatives from major shipping nations met with the secretary-general of the IMO and board members of the ICS to discuss Arctic shipping at a private ministerial-level summit held in Oslo…
Tokyo Marine Asia (Tokyo Marine) and Jo Tankers have signed a letter of intent to establish a tanker pool for their chemical fleets.
Jahre Marine AS has announced an order for the world’s first seagoing LNG carrier specifically for at-sea bunkering, with the contract due to be finalised in three months.  
We take a look back at who said what at Nor- Shipping 2013 and the issues that got people talking.
John Fredriksen’s Frontline 2012 fell into the red in the first quarter of the year. Frontline 2013 reported a first quarter net loss of $4.8m, the shipowner made a $700,000…
Singapore-headquartered Epic Shipping has booked two 3,500 cu m fully-pressurised LPG carriers from Japan-based Kitanihon Shipbuilding.
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) announced shipbuilding contracts for two LNG carriers as it signed long term charter contracts for the vessels with oil majors.
Oslo based exhaust gas cleaning system (EGCS) manufacturer Clean Marine has secured two orders for its scrubber systems from Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI).
Independent tanker owners association Intertanko is planning to introduce a voluntary code of best practice for charterers in the next few months as tanker companies battle for survival.
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