- Carnival cuts fuel costs with just-in-time arrival technology
- Stena’s E-Flexer ferries: how they achieved high energy efficiency levels
- Coupled system key to DP installation
- Global LNG demand hits record 359M tonnes
- DNV GL container ship fire notation awarded to MSC Gülsün-class
- JFD Australia, Royal Australian Navy extend contract for submarine rescue system supply
- BIMCO: Coronavirus Comes at the Worst Time for Shipping
- ABS to Class World’s Largest Type-B Ethane Carriers
- Coronavirus Could Pose Threat to Cruise Ship Credit Ratings
- India claims detained COSCO ship carried nuclear missile launcher
- Works starts on new RR facility to support Canadian surface combatant program
- Ships Trading with North Korea Will Not Be Flying Palau Flag
- IMO Urges Unnecessary Delays to Ships amid Coronavirus Are Prevented
- Carnival Cruise Line Inks 5-Year Agreement with City of Norfolk
- Diana Shipping’s 2nd Vessel Sale Falls Through
Norway: Wreck of Grounded Cargo Ship Cut Up and Removed
The wreck of the general cargo vessel M/S Osfjord, that grounded over a year ago off Norway, has been removed, according to Norwegian offshore supply vessel owner BOA Offshore.
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Carnival cuts fuel costs with just-in-time arrival technologyCarnival Corp has reduced fuel expenditure and cruise ship emissions through an e-navigation joint industry project
Global LNG demand hits record 359M tonnesGlobal demand for LNG grew by 12.5% to 359M tonnes in 2019, with Japan, China and South Korea accounting for 50% of the market, according to Shell’s annual LNG Outlook
Coronavirus Could Pose Threat to Cruise Ship Credit RatingsThe impact on cruise companies’ earnings from canceled trips, steep discounts and ships quarantined over coronavirus concerns could pose credit risks, said ratings agencies Moody’s Investors Service and S&P Global Ratings.
Shipping Industry Faces $370 Million Hit from Panama Canal ‘Freshwater’ ChargeA new “freshwater” charge that came in this month to help the Panama Canal cope with climate change will cost the shipping industry up to $370 million a year, marking another blow for maritime companies already hit by fallout from the coronavirus.
Ten Seafarers Kidnapped from Tanker off CotonouTen crew members have been kidnapped from a crude oil tanker off Cotonou, Benin, Dryad Global said.
- Philippine Coast Guard Takes Possession Of “Gabriela Silang”
- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy
- Myanmar Navy’s New LPD ‘Moattama’ In Vladivostok