- Inpex, Chevron to cut Australian LNG jobs
- Australia Bans Fourth Ship for Underpaying Crew Wages
- International Lenders Back $9.5 Billion Financing for Russia's Arctic LNG 2
- Demand to Store a Glut of Diesel at Sea is Rising Fast
- Developing Simulations to Analyze Decarbonization Design Decisions
- Abu Dhabi Takes $615 Million Stake in U.S. LNG Exporter
- Sri Lanka Seeks Compensation and Will Charge New Diamond's Captain
- DP World Announces Agreements in Israel Under New Peace Deal
- Pentagon's Naval Shipbuilding Plan Endorses Unmanned Vessels
- Russian newbuild LNG carrier goes on charter to Shell
- Newest US Coast Guard Cutter Undergoes Sea Trials
- Families Plead for Search to Resume for Missing Livestock Carrier
- European Support to Retrain Spain's Unemployed From Shipbuilding Jobs
- U.S. Violated Trade Rules With Tariffs on China, WTO Says
- EU Parliament Votes to Make Ships Pay for Their Pollution
Sanctions good for tankers as VLCC rates skyrocket
Sanctions are not something generally seen as good for shipping, as they usually impede free trade, but the latest US sanctions against Cosco for carrying Iranian oil have caused the VLCC market to skyrocket.
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Offshore Gas Deposits Rekindle Old Contest Between Turkey and GreeceTheir dispute over the discovery of gas deposits in waters off the shores of Crete and Cyprus have brought them to the brink. Unless they step back in favor of a compromise, the dispute is set to escalate towards a major conflict.
Warnings of Increased Security Risk Following U.S. and Iranian ActionsSources believe it is becoming increasingly clear than the events were all interrelated raising the danger of further incidents for the shipping industry.
Who Owned the Chemicals that Blew Up Beirut? No One Will SayIn the murky story of how a cache of highly explosive ammonium nitrate ended up on the Beirut waterfront, one thing is clear — no one has ever publicly come forward to claim it.
UN Security Council urged to prevent oil spill from leaking oil tanker wreck off YemenThere is a concern that the dilapidated tanker might rapture causing an explosion and oil spill into the Gulf of Aden, triggering a massive environmental and economic catastrophe.
Forward planning can help shipowners navigate ballast water issues on operational compliance and regulationWe are currently at a critical stage for ballast water management regulations. The focus for many shipowners is now shifting beyond certification to operational compliance, while we are still yet to reach the expected peak of retrofits.
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- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy