- The thing with catfines
- Capesize freight surge extends gap with Brazil iron ore formula
- Ernst Russ seeks to derail Marenave's restructuring
- Tanker demolition could pick up on market-based conditions, rather than legislation
- Vopak to expand Pengerang terminal
- New hydrographic survey boat for Nellemann Survey
- Golden Ocean Reduces Red Ink, Completes Acquisition of 16 Dry Bulk Vessels
- U.S. Navy Turns Civilian-Operated USNS Lewis B. Puller Into Commissioned Warship
- New Jones Act Tankers Are Great for Traders, Lousy for Owners
- TOTE Launching Jones Act Shipping Service to Hawaii
- Milaha Launches Kuwait Service amid Diplomatic Crisis
- Metal Shark launches water taxis for Potomac Riverboat Co.
- Construction of World’s Largest Cargo Sailing Ship Moves Step Closer to Reality
- Detyens Sees Uptick in International Repair Work
- Japan’s Mitsui OSK Lines eyes 11% stake in Swan LNG project
Strike grounds SeaFrance service
Seafrance ferry services between Calais and Dover were at a standstill today as seafarers staged a one-day strike.
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The thing with catfinesEarlier this year the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) published a revised edition of its ISO 8217 specifications for marine fuels, which still maintains a 60 mg/kg limit for catfines (catalytic fines).
Capesize freight surge extends gap with Brazil iron ore formulaIncreased dry bulk freight rates this week are further enlarging the gap with a long-term freight formula, currently benefiting Atlantic iron ore miners using it to sell on a FOB basis.
Ernst Russ seeks to derail Marenave's restructuringErnst Russ has moved to take control at fellow German owner Marenave.
Tanker demolition could pick up on market-based conditions, rather than legislationThe tanker market isn’t in its best during this year, with rates subdued and oversupply concerns being the main hindering factor to a rebound.
Vopak to expand Pengerang terminalRoyal Vopak has announced that the company and its joint venture partners intend to expand their independent storage terminal, Pengerang Independent Terminals in Malaysia's Pengeranga.
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