Tankers

Petro-piracy is emerging once again as a significant threat in West African waters, with the Gulf of Guinea at the epicentre, delegates at the 10th Chemical & Products Tanker Conference…
The Yangpu oil products terminal project by Sinopec (Hong Kong) has been completed, and all of the four product oil berths have started operations.
In profile: Bahri are a Strategic Partner of the Saudi Maritime Congress and will be in attendance at the event in Riyadh on 11-12 March.  Ahead of the show, they…
Tanker owner and operator Torm has joined Inatech on an app to tackle the anticipated complex bunkering landscape in shipping post-2020.
Finnish company Norsepower reports that its award-winning Rotor Sail Solution has received the first-ever type approval design certificate granted to an auxiliary wind propulsion system onboard a commercial ship.
 
The commitment from five of the Kingdom’s maritime leaders at the world-class Saudi Maritime Congress in Riyadh highlights the significant platform this allows to discuss how Vision 2030 will transform…
The very large crude carrier (VLCC) Brightoil GEM had been arrested by China’s Haikou Maritime Court at the request of the vessel owner’s creditor bank.
As the severe dry season continues the Panama Canal authorities announced on Thursday it will reduce the draught in the neo-panamax locks for a fourth time effective 29 March.
Leading government authorities such as Saudi Customs and Saudi Ports Authority (Mawani), as well as major companies such as Bahri and Saudi Aramco Marine Department, which play a key role…
Rizhao port of Shandong province is to build an additional 300,000 tonnes class (VLCC) crude oil terminal to further improve its crude oil transportation service.
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