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.
Mar 30, 2020
With the arrival of 2020 and the global sulphur cap, much has changed in the marine industry – and is still changing.
Singapore’s Kim Heng Offshore & Marine Holdings has set up a joint venture in Taiwan to seek more work in the offshore wind farm renewable energy sector.
Singapore is to allow crew changes under “special circumstances” recognising seafarers play a critical role in the global supply chain.
Technology group Kongsberg is laying off around 400 employees on a temporary basis as the company struggles with lower level of activity amidst the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Stena Bulk will conduct a test running an MR tanker on 100% biofuel produced from used cooking oil and supplied by GoodFuels in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
The Panama Canal is set to operate with a reduced workforce for at least 14 days, and there has been a surge in booking cancellations primarily from the cruise sector.
Human Rights at Sea (HRAS) has highlighted the plight of seafarers unable to disembark at the end of their contracts because of crew change prohibitions in many ports.
Shipowner Altera Infrastructure says it has joined the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative (SRTI).