Shell Opens Third Dutch LNG Station in Amsterdam
The company already has stations in Rotterdam and Waalwijk.
Royal Dutch Shell
Port of Gothenburg's Environmental Discount Scheme "Off to a Great Start"
The environmental discounts at the Port of Gothenburg were introduced at the port on January 1, 2015.
Panama Says Cracked Lock Will Not Delay Opening
The leaks from cracked concrete developed in August
Despite concerns that lac
Solar-Powered Electric Ferry Launched in Spain
The electric-propelled passenger ferry, the Rio Uso, can also be powered by built-in solar panels during the day.
Spain Calls For Overturn of Acquittals in 2002 Fuel Oil Spill
The Prestige 63,000 tonnes of fuel into Spanish waters back in 2002.
Analysts: Declining Market Means More Dry Bulk Bankruptcies on the Way
The recent bankruptcy of Daiichi Chuo could set off ripples in the sector.
Nigeria Seizes Vessel and Barge Suspected of Loading Stolen Crude
Isa Ado of Nigeria’s JTF in the Niger Delta says a vessel and a barge were seized.
Danish Shipowners' Association Urges For More ECA Enforcement
There is a lot of money to be made by flouting the rules, the association said.
Thai, Vietnam Vessels and Crew Detained for Fuel Smuggling
The vessels and crew were transported to Phu Quoc Island for investigation
Singapore's MPA Funding for LNG Vessels Now Open to Applicants
The funds were first announced by Lui Tuck Yew, Singapore's Transport Minister, in October of 2014.
LNG Bunkers Could Save NE Feeder Vessels $55,000 per Trip vs ECA Compliant MGO
Keno Eden, Project Manager for Nordic Hamburg says Europe's SECAs are an opportunity in the push for LNG fuel.
Dry Bulk Player Daiichi Chuo Kisen Kaisha Files For Bankruptcy With $1 Billion Debts
The company's shares will be delisted at the end of October.
MAN Diesel & Turbo "Fuel-Saving" Propellor Installed on Newly Launched 58,500 DWT Bulker
The 58,500 DWT Supramax bulk carrier is said to be the first of a series of eight to receive the MAN Alpha Kappel FP propeller.
IMO Argues Against Hard Emissions Cap on Shipping in Paris Climate Deal
Secretary-General Koji Sekimizu says a hard cap would artificially limit the ability of shipping to meet the demand created by the world economy
"No Medium-Term Prospect" for Mediterranean ECA
Jordi Vila of the Port of Barcelona says that a Mediterranean ECA regulation is unlikely within the medium term.
Singapore Patent for Today Makes Tomorrow's Bunker Saving Hybrid Ship Technology
A patent for Hybrid Ship has been filed in 25 other nations.
W\u00e4rtsil\u00e4 Signs Agreement to Optimise GasLog LNG Carriers
Wärtsilä has signed a maintenance agreement with the GasLog will ensure “reliability of operation” of GasLog’s seven LNG carriers.
Bullish Tanker Market Outlook Sees d'Amico Order 2 Newbuild ECO LR1's in $88 Million Deal
d'Amico's two newbuild 75,000 DWT capacity LR 1 product tankers will come at a cost of $44 million each.
Rotterdam Making Strides in LNG Bunker Adoption
The port has also need to change legislation to match new technology.
Petrobras Deploys 2 New Barges
MV LUIZ REBELO II in now operating from the port of Rio de Janeiro, while OSM XVIII, based in the port of Santos.