Live From Seatrade Maritime Middle East 2018

The Seatrade Maritime reporting team bring you all the key stories in the run-up to, and live on the ground during, Seatrade Maritime Middle East 2018. The maritime market place for the Middle East.

Latest Live from Seatrade Maritime Middle East 2018

UAE draft new maritime law expected in early 2019

The first draft of the UAE’s new maritime law is expected to be ready early next year, Abdulla Darwish Al Hayyas, director of maritime transport affairs at the country’s Federal Transport Authority (FTA) told the Seatrade Maritime Middle East Exhibition & Conference in Dubai.

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2020 sulphur cap: ‘Non-compliance not an option’

The arrival of the global sulphur limit in 2020 will pose multiple challenges to ship operators, Lloyd’s Register principal consultant on fuels Tim Wilson told a;Maritime Future Leaders seminar organised by Dubai Maritime Cluster Office, held at the Seatrade Maritime Middle East event in Dubai this week.

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Oman new maritime law to be ready in 2019

Oman’s new maritime law should be passed within the next six months, Rashid bin Mohammed Al Kiyumi, director general, maritime affairs at the sultanate’s Ministry of Transport & Communications told the Seatrade Maritime Middle East Exhibition & Conference in Dubai on Wednesday.

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Information sharing key to fighting cyber crime

The maritime industry needs to undergo a cultural change concerning the sharing of information on cyber attacks, Chris Henny, senior technical advisor – maritime, Airbus Defence & Space, told the Seatrade Maritime Middle East Exhibition & Conference in Dubai on Tuesday.

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