Dr Martin Stopford, eminent shipping economist and President of Clarkson Research Services, believes that the Covid-19 pandemic could prove to be the catalyst that forces shipping to undergo the radical adjustments needed if it is to get anywhere...
On rare occasions, maritime cases will reach the highest court in the land - the US Supreme Court. Shipping veterans will remember back to late 2004, when the Tsakos managed tanker Athos I spilled crude oil on the Delaware River inbound to the...
GMS, the world’s largest cash buyer of ships destined for recycling, has lambasted a BBC team of investigative journalists reports containing ‘misinformation and incorrect views of the ship recycling industry’ in Alang, India.
PSA Corp, Jurong Port and Singapore LNG (SLNG), have joined two other Singapore companies and two Japanese players in an agreement to develop ways of using hydrogen as a low carbon future fuel.
Shipowner Altera Infrastructure says it has joined the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative (SRTI).
A study undertaken by Netherlands research consultancy CE Delft has concluded that liquefied biomethane (LBM) and liquefied synthetic methane (LSM) could both become scalable marine fuels underpinning the adoption of LNG and assisting in shipping...
The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) key Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) meeting at the end of March has been postponed to a yet to be determined date.
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank (SMTB) has become the first Asian financial institution to sign up to the Poseidon Principles.
The Paris Agreement was aiming to bring forward a more global inclusive regime debatably, the bottom-up inspiration by Paris Agreement could lead IMO to highlight ‘NDCs of shipping industry’.
Clean Marine and Keppel Shipyard have been able to reduce the time for installing a hybrid scrubber on Dorian LPG very large gas carrier (VLGC) to 30 days, including a concurrent special survey