Tankers

Russian shipowner Sovcomflot has continued its switch to using LNG as marine fuel ordering three gas powered product tankers from Zvezda shipbuilding complex.
Sinotrans-CSC Nanjing Tanker has announced that the company's stock will resume trading on the Shanghai Stock Exchange on 8 January 2019.
Japan’s NYK has received a JPY2bn ($18m) loan from Taiyo Life Insurance Company to exclusively finance the construction of its first methanol-fuelled chemical tanker.
GasLog has approached Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) for the construction of two more LNG carriers, after it exercised its option for two new charter agreements with Cheniere Energy.
New management will take the helm at Japanese shipowner K Line at the start of April next year as the company celebrates its 100th anniversary.
Sinotrans-CSC Phoenix announced that, the company had received resignations letters from all eight management members of its specialised cargo department, bringing uncertainty the company’s operations.
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Sempra Energy subsidiary Port Arthur LNG and Polish Oil & Gas Company (PGNiG) have inked an agreement to export two million tonnes per annum (mtpa) of LNG from North America…
Shell has inked charter contracts for six LNG carriers with Sovcomflot and TMS Cardiff Gas, with the latter announcing the order four newbuildings in South Korea to fulfil the charters.
Sweden’s Donsotank has ordered two LNG-fuelled oil products and chemical tankers at China’s Wuhu Shipyard.
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