CMP and DFDS to establish shore power in Copenhagen
Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) and DFDS have reached an agreement to establish a shore power facility in Copenhagen, which means that the Crown Seaways and Pearl Seaways vessels will be able to receive electricity from land. A shore power facilit...
NYK holds annual Dry Bulk Safety Conference
NYK held its annual Dry Bulk Safety Conference at the company’s headquarters in Tokyo to share safety awareness and review trouble response for dry bulk vessels. A total of 75 participants from 41 Japanese shipowners and ship-management compani...
"Small LNGC market receives attention"
Small-scale LNG carriers are receiving renewed attention in LNG carrier shipping market which has been led by large-scale vessels. The International Gas Union (IGU) currently defines small-sized LNG carrier as vessel less than 30,000 cbm capacity...
MISC got 15-year LNGC charter from ExxonMobil
MISC Berhad (MISC) through its wholly-owned subsidiaries have secured agreements with Exxon Mobil Corporation’s wholly-owned subsidiary, SeaRiver Maritime LLC (SeaRiver) for the time charter contracts of two Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) carriers...
NYK receives delivery of scrubber-equipped VLCC
The very large crude oil carrier (VLCC) Tanzawa, the first new NYK-owned vessel to include an SOx scrubber, has been delivered into the NYK fleet. On October 3, a naming and delivery ceremony was held at the Kure shipyard of Japan Marine United C...
Cargill, Maersk, Mitsui join hands for GHG reduction
Cargill, Maersk Tankers and Mitsui & Co. have established a strategic collaboration to accelerate the reduction of global greenhouse gases (GHGs) within shipping. All three parties recognize the urgency required to tackle the global issue of ...
Five operators united for Qatar LNG deal
Five Korean shipping companies are holding a joint conference about massive LNG COA on October 13 at Doha, Qatar. The companies are: SM KLC, PanOcean, SK Shipping, Hyundai LNG Shipping, and H-Line Shipping. This is the first time Korean ...
Nakilat fully acquires four Q-Flex ships
Nakilat has acquired the full ownership of four Q-Flex liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers from its joint-venture partner, International Seaways, Inc. (“INSW”) following execution of a sale and purchase agreement for the acquisition of the r...
Louise Dreyfus says yes to speed limit
French operator Louise Dreyfus released a statement advocating the speed reduction of ocean-going ships to address the global carbon emission as follows: "France, a few months ago, and more recently the BIMCO (Baltic and International Mariti...
NYK Joins Getting to Zero Coalition
NYK has joined the Getting to Zero Coalition,* a partnership among the Global Maritime Forum, the Friends of Ocean action, and the World Economic Forum that builds on the Call to Action in Support of Decarbonization launched and signed by more th...
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