While modern international-flagged LNG vessels, with their daily hires approaching stratospheric levels, have been grabbing all the attention, a shipment of LNG, aboard a vessel on a short run between the Dominican Republic, is in the spotlight...
Taiwan has finally removed restrictions on crew change as it lifts Covid border controls.
Maersk has chosen ABS to class its latest order of six methanol-fuelled container ships due to be constructed at HHI.
Global emissions are likely to show a small reduction of 1% this year, following steep rises close to pre-pandemic records in 2021, according to the sixth edition of DNV’s Energy Transition Outlook.
This week’s Maritime Cyprus 2022 Conference got off to a flying start after the country’s House of Representatives unanimously passed a law on 6 October that provides for the establishment of a one-stop-shop framework for shipping companies.
Maritime transport of Russian oil and the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping has been included in the latest EU sanctions package against Russia.
The world’s largest bunkering port is developing standards for the bunkering of biofuels both for quality and quantity.
WSC, ICS, ASA have called for a renewal of the EU Consortia Block Exemption Regulation (CBER) in their response to the European Commission’s call for evidence.