Tankers

Many things have changed since 1973, when the 1st edition of “The Business of Shipping” was published by the Cornell Maritime Press (now part of Schiffer Publishing). The 9th edition…
An icebreaking LNG carrier serving the Yamal LNG project in far North Russia has set a new record transit for July of less than eight days for the Northern Sea…
The apparent plight of seafarers and alleged inaction of the Hong Kong Ship Registry (HKSR) has been brought to light by a suit against the Hong Kong Marine Department (Mardep),…
The Panama Canal has registered the transit of a 4,000th neo-panamax vessel through the expanded Canal, underscoring the steady growth of the burgeoning LNG segment – which began transiting the…
Saudi Arabia has halted all oil shipments through the Bab El-Mandeb Strait after two VLCCs operated by the country's national shipping company Bahri were attacked by Houthi rebels in the…
The tide of the US as a net importer of oil continues its reversal, with the latest announcement from Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPD). The energy “mid-streamer” said that it…
The judging panel for this year’s prestigious Seatrade Maritime Awards Middle East, Indian Subcontinent & Africa has been unveiled – adding even more gravitas to the high level awards, which…
Cosco Shipping Energy Transportation (CSET) has warned that it expects to turn to a net loss of between RMB235m ($34.5m) to RMB305m in the first half from a profit of…
Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) and China COSCO Shipping Corporation’s Ice-Breaking LNG carrier Vladimir Rusanov made its first Northern Sea Route (NSR) transit without ice breaker support and also made its…
Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M) sees good prospect for its gas business as it expects the market recovery to continue.
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