Dr Anand M. Hiremath, Chief Sustainability Officer at GMS, the world’s largest cash buyer of end-of-life ships, believes that the IMO’s energy efficiency existing ship index (EEXI) and carbon intensity indicator (CII) assessments that all ships of...
The Jones Act is a controversial set of US regulations that reserve intra-US trades for vessels that are built in the States, owned by US “citizens” and crewed by US mariners, is the subject of a study recently released by the Transportation...
With growing interest around nuclear power as propulsion for commercial shipping classification society ABS has been awarded a contract by the US Department of Energy (DOE) to research barriers into its adoption.
Singapore shipyard group PaxOcean Engineering and bunker vessel operator Hong Lam Marine have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Bureau Veritas (BV) to develop an ammonia bunker tanker design.
The UK has unveiled a new five-year maritime security strategy covering physical and cyber threats.
The Federal Maritime Commission, newly emboldened with the passage of the Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 2022 (OSRA 2022) and increased visibility in the mainstream media, is girding for action.
Seafarers stuck aboard a cargo ship at the Port of Dakar’s anchorage without sidelights or electricity are in grave danger.
The European Commission has invited evidence on its antitrust regulation around container lines, shortly after the port and logistics sector demanded such a review.
Cyprus Shipping ministry has signed a new contract to accelerate digitalisation and its concept of a ‘one-stop shop’ for all ministry services.
The Panama Ship Registry grew 9.6% in tonnage terms since the current administration took over in July 2019, adding 20.4m gt.