Pavilion-BW ink LNGC charter
Pavilion Energy has signed an agreement with BW Group (BW) for the long-term charter of two M-type, Electronically Controlled, Gas Injection (MEGI) LNG newbuilds. The 173,400 m3 vessels are scheduled for delivery between 2019 and 2020, and wil...
SEA/LNG's open letter on SEIS
SEA/LNG recently submitted a letter to the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency in response to its draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS), relating to the LNG facility at the Port of Tacoma, and LNG’s use as a maritime fuel. The draft...
Vesselman improving dry-docking management
Customers of VesselMan, a project management tool for dry-docking, will now be able to access DNV GL’s Best Practices for dry-docking as part of their services. Dry-docking is an important part of a vessels mandatory maintenance regime and t...
Troim keeps new bulkers near
The industry heard that Tor Olav Troim is going to directly own and operate for himself the newcastlemax newbuildings he has ordered to a Chinese yard instead of Asset-Play that much speculated. According to TradeWinds and the industry, 2020 B...
UGS states support for 2020 sulphur cap
The Union of Greek Shipowners (UGS) remains firmly committed to the successful transition to the 0.5% global sulphur cap in marine fuels and the related dates that have been agreed at the United Nations International Maritime Organization (UN IMO...
"LNG fuel is right solution for IMO sulfur cap"
While visiting a naming ceremony which was held at Samsung Heavy Industry for two Aframax tankers, the Chairman of Singapore's AET stated his views on deaing with the International Maritime Organization's (IMO's) 2020 Global Sulphur Cap. ...
CharCo-Meteogroup enter into partnership
ChartCo announced on October 12 that it selects MeteoGroup to integrate leading weather services into its OneOcean platform. ChartCo, the leading global supplier of maritime digital data and compliance services, has selected MeteoGroup to deli...
Rolls-Royce and Intel announce autonomous ship collaboration
Rolls-Royce and Intel are intending to collaborate on designs for sophisticated intelligent shipping systems that will make commercial shipping safer, the parties announced today. This will advance smart, connected and data-centric systems for...
OOCL fleet to meet 2020 regulations
Over the years, the industry has seen an increasing amount of attention given to the environmental impact from the global supply chain, resulting in regulations on emissions control and environmental protection becoming more stringent and widespr...
ONE-HapagLloyd weaves feeder network
Ocean Network Express and Hapag-Lloyd have concluded a Bilateral Strategic Feeder Network Cooperation Agreement, which has already started on the first trades. The collaboration is leveraging the unique strengths and competitive advantages of ...
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