Gaslog Gibraltar and Clean Ocean entered the canal on a staggered basis from the Pacific side Tuesday and had completed their crossings by early Wednesday, according to vessel tracking data compiled by Bloomberg. A representative for the canal authority
confirmed the tanker moves.
its decision to exit the capesize spot market, conceding that the sector has now become too firmly controlled by the worlds top miners. The news has raised questions who controls the capesize spot market today and is it really the case that it is dominated
by the mining giants?
report, from Vienna-based JBC Energy, states that even if the entire global shipping fleet were to switch to LNG, the industry would still be short of its CO2 reduction targets by 350m tonnes. JBC Energy said the shipping
industry would need to seek out extra measures including efficiency gains, carbon capture and storage, hybrids and batteries to meet its newly set green targets.
Navy indicates that a merchant vessel may have caused the spill by catching the pipeline with its anchor. Shortly after the leak began, the oil caught fire, killing five fishermen. The cause of the fire has not been established,
but the owner of the Ever Judger, a bulker that was present at the time of the incident, alleges that it was intentionally set by port workers to contain the spill.
through more effective use of capacity at the port terminals and the precise coordination of vessel services such as bunkering, maintenance and provisioning. Pronto provides shipping companies, agents, terminal operators and other service providers with a
joint platform for the exchange of information relating to their port calls. They can either use the Pronto or input the data directly into their own systems.
Club has reported a combined ratio of 99.1%, stability in Member and vessel numbers, a small uplift in gross tonnage to 25.48m and an overall surplus of US$ 47.7m, including a return on the investment portfolio of US$ 47.5m.
at Jebel Ali of between April 21st and 28th. We have received the permission from the port authorities in Jebel Ali to anchor the vessel off Jebel Ali, and we expect it to reach the anchorage in the second half of April, all
going well, said Maersk.
presented in London today by IACS Chairman Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen. Mr Ørbeck-Nilssen said that during these dynamic times, both IACS and its twelve Member societies need to act as a guide for the shipping industry, identifying the
path for others to follow.
transfer ownership of the 115-meter (380-foot) MV Luna, currently impounded in a dry dock in Dubai, to his wife, Tatiana Akhmedova. The judge granted the order to uphold his earlier 453.5 million-pound ($646 million) judgment. Judge
Charles Haddon-Cave said that Akhmedov tried to hide his ownership of the Luna behind a group of companies and moved the ship to Dubai to keep it from the courts.
built by Dalian Shipbuilding Industry (DSIC). The ship will provide greater stimulus for COSCO Shipping Lines to further optimize its global liner route planning and improve its international container shipping service,
the shipping company said commenting on the delivery.
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