Live From Sea Asia 2017

The Seatrade Maritime News reporting team bring you all the key stories in the run-up to, and live on the ground during, Sea Asia 2017 in Singapore from 25 – 27 April.

Latest Live From Sea Asia 2017

2020 emissions cap certain to cost owners more

There was unanimous agreement at a Sea Asia 2017 panel on Navigating Challenges: The Way Forward, with International Chamber of Shipping secretary-general Peter Hinchliffe's statement that "categorically", the deadline will not move, and that the cap on sulphur emissions will come into effect as scheduled in 2020.

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KVH offers flexible marine satellite plan

In the current fluid ship transaction market owners are being offered a very practical solution to the issue of bringing satellite communications systems onboard that are easily transferred and at a competitive price.

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Sea Asia 2017 wraps up with a focus on opportunities

Maritime industry leaders at the last day of Sea Asia 2017 today, said that there is still a lot of optimism and opportunity in the industry despite the current market environment, if companies are willing to scale to the right size, focus on innovative solutions and be proactive in developing competitive advantages.

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Glimmer of hope seen for offshore: Rystad Energy

The sluggish offshore marine market may be seeing a fickle of light at the end of the current long, dark tunnel with activities picking up in some key offshore projects globally, though the recovery will be slight and fragile, according to consultant Rystad Energy.

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