The offshore wind juggernaut continues at full force in the US, with New York State announcing that Equinor, with incoming partner BP, had won a solicitation to provide 2.5 gW of electricity from two offshore lease areas.
A gloomy outlook is forecast for the tanker shipping market at least until the second half of 2021 when oil demand is expected to increase, according to analyst Poten & Partners.
Mobile connectivity provider KVH reports that it has reached an agreement with marine technical services company Kilo Marine to deliver the latter’s digital offering.
American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has joined the International Windship Association (IWSA) to promote and facilitate the uptake of wind propulsion solutions for commercial shipping.
This new issue of the Panama Maritime Review 2020-2021 celebrates 20 years of publication.
Wallem Group has announced the resignation of its chief executive Frank Coles, after he has held the position for the past two-and-a-half years.
A 32% rise in actual incidents of piracy and armed robbery last year could resulted from economic hardships caused by Covid-19 in coastal communities, according to ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre (ISC).
Container terminal operator PSA International reported a 1.7% increase in volumes across its global business in 2020.
Enforcement of regulations is “critically important” in the issue of tackling container fires, says mutual insurer TT Club.
The Philippines temporary ban on international crew change has been extended to the end of January and now covers 35 countries with the addition of the UAE and Hungary.