Shippers want cheap freight rates, shipowners need ships on the water to trade today, and regulators want an agreed approach on technology, fuels and distribution; these are the conflicting factors container shipping is faced with as it tries to...
Maritime in Minutes Podcast – In this episode Editor Marcus Hand takes a look back at the top and trending stories that appeared on Seatrade Maritime News in February.
CMA CGM is to pioneer the use of LNG-powered ultra-large container vessels on the transpacific trade.
The Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has awarded a third LNG bunkering license to Total Marine Fuels.
Singapore’s first LNG bunker tanker has become commercially operational on Tuesday and is ready to supply LNG as a marine fuel.
Zhujiang Shipping is calling for bids to design and build fifty 2,000 dwt and 3,000 dwt LNG powered bulk carriers.
ZIM is the latest container line to opt for LNG-powered vessels in a more than a billion dollar long-term charter deal with Seaspan Corp for ten 15,000 teu newbuildings.
In the latest episode of The Maritime Podcast Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand sat down in conversation with UECC ceo Glenn Edvardsen to talk about the company’s experience in investing in LNG-powered vessels.
Malaysia’s Petronas and Japan’s Jera Co, Inc. have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to explore the use of alternative bunker fuels such as LNG, ammonia and hydrogen.