Singapore Carrier's New Eco-Vessel Generates 6 Tonnes Per Day of Bunker Savings
The ship is also equipped with Australia-based ABB's fuel consumption optimization system.
Iran Says Oil Exports Reach Six Million Barrels Per Day
The country has been ramping up production following a deal to end sanctions earlier this year.
2 Vessels Detained for Illegal Bunker Transfer in Malaysia
MMEA says it has arrested two foreign-flagged vessels in Pengerang waters Monday for illegally transferring marine fuel oil.
Burst Pipeline Causes 1.5km Fuel Oil Spill in Nile River
Eleven nearby water stations were reportedly immediately shut down to prevent contamination of local tap water.
Bunker Tanker Almost Capsizes After Collision With Containership
The 24-metre fuelling vessel Erin Wood reportedly collided with the 4,155 DWT Daroja on Saturday.
Another Arrested Vessel Up for Auction in Singapore
Bids are to be made no later than 3.00pm on September 14,2015
A second vessel
Singapore Signs Joint Declaration to Become Dispute Settlement Ground for Law of the Sea
ITLOS President Vladimir Golitsyn and Ng How Yue, of the Ministry of Law, signed a joint declaration to make Singapore a settlement venue.
Second LNG Powered Box Ship Launched [ VIDEO ]
The Perla del Caribe will join its sister ship on the Florida-Puerto Rico trade route.
Court Decision Over "Typical" Bunker Supply Contract Leaves Shipowners at Risk of Paying Twice
The court's ruling means the vessel owner, PST Shipping, is susceptible to maritime liens from both Rosneft as well as OWBM.
Merger Speculation Carriers China COSCO, CSCL Post Contrasting 2015 H1 Results
China COSCO posted a 183 percent net profit increase for the first half of 2015 year on year, while CSCL's posted a 97 percent fall.
Cruise Ships in Sydney Harbour Given 3 Year Extension to Install Scrubbers
Cruise ships now have until December 31, 2018 to finish scrubber retrofits.
Explosion at Petrobras Bunker Facility Kills 2
The blast at the Petrobras depot is said to have occurred around 10am local time while workers conducted maintenance on the heating unit.
Green Light for London Cruise Terminal, but Some Still Unhappy Over Lack of Shore Power
Some groups remain in opposition to the proposed Greenwich cruise liner terminal, planned to be operational by 2017.
Cyber Criminals Swipe Over $600,000 in Bunker Payments
Approximately $644,000 has been stolen, according to reports.
Kongsberg Fuel Saving Control System to Be Installed on PSV
The production support vessel is owned by Toronto-based Nautilus Minerals Inc.
First European Inland Waterway Vessel with New Fuel Saving "Flex Tunnel Technology"
Rhenus PartnerShip says the Rhenus Duisburg is first vessel equipped with flex tunnel technology and "father/son" engines for efficiency.
Panama Canal Authority: Proposed Draft Restriction Suspended
The ACP has suspended a restriction that would have seen the maximum allowable draft lowered on September 8.
German Shipowners Call for Subsidies to Promote LNG Bunkers
Ralf Nagel, CEO of VDR says that as a leading maritime nation, Germany ought to be taking on a pioneering role
Finnlines to Receive 3 More Scrubber Retrofits
Wärtsilä says it will supply three more exhaust gas cleaning systems to Finnlines' vessels during the third quarter of 2015.
OPEC Signals It's Ready to Talk Production Cuts After Oil Makes Biggest 3 Day Gain Since 1990
Responding to near multi-year low oil prices, OPEC\u00a0says that it may be ready to talk to other producers - just as oil futures rise almost 8%.