Tankers

Bernhard Schulte is eyeing acquisitions in the maritime services sector in Singapore, as well as major growth of its ship management fleet in the Lion City.
Commodities trading house Trafigura has named the first two of some 35 newbuildings being built at yards in South Korea and China.
The global sulphur cap is starting to look like an opportunity for the shipping market to finally push through some reasonable freight rate increases, judging from the undercurrents at the…
What contribution does morale make to the prosperity of any ship, company or institution? It is not something that is recognised by the modern accountancy trained managers who count the…
Given how difficult it is to recover the cost of capital in shipping BW Group chairman Andreas Sohmen-Pao says he is “astonished” by the amount new equity that comes into…
The number of ships fitting scrubbers to meet the requirements of the 2020 sulphur cap continues to grow rapidly, but it is not an option available or suitable to all.
Keppel Offshore & Marine with Gaztransport & Technigaz (GTT) to jointly market LNG solutions backed by GTT's containment systems and Keppel's shipyard expertise.
Greece is still by some way the largest shipowning country, but the gap is closing as China’s fleet expansion continues at a rapid rate as it overtakes Japan for the…
Japanese firms Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) and Marubeni Corporation are moving quickly forward with the development of liquefied natural gas (LNG) transshipment terminals in the Far East with the signing…
Tanker owner Odfjell is set to use low sulphur fuel rather than install scrubber to comply with the IMO’s 2020 0.5% low sulphur fuel cap.
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