on marine fuel oil ahead of the 2020 sulphur cap ABS said it was vital owners consider the available options and the impacts on their fleet as the deadline for compliance approached.
all going to go bust, MOLs president and chief executive Junichiro Ikeda told the Financial Times.
ship was released from its latest detention at Port Kembla on June 8, 2018 and will not be permitted to enter an Australian port for a period of three months.
could make arrangements on intelligence sharing to combat piracy at sea, terrorism, and sea-based human smuggling as well as narcotics trafficking, Anurag Bhushan, joint secretary (ASEAN) at the ministry of external affairs has said.
is the oil cartel OPECs second biggest producer with 153 billion barrels of proven crude reserves. The Baghdad left Basra on Friday night headed for the United States. It is the first time since 1991 that Iraq is running
its own oil tankers.
Hapag-Lloyd, the worlds fifth largest container company, said it had initiated a process to stop handling products included in the list of commodities hit by U.S. sanctions, within the required wind down timeline.
on board, after Italy and Malta both refused to let the ship dock.
the Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) advised of restricted and prohibited areas of navigation for 48 hours on 12 and 13 June. The summit between Trump and Kim is due to be held at the Capella Hotel.
ship to come into service within 12 months of the companys 10.5 billion ($12 billion) investment plan, following MSC Seaside and MSC Meraviglia, both of which entered service last year. MSC Bellissima is expected to be delivered next year.
cheaper to manufacture on a large scale than their petrol powered cousins will see a shift in the market by the middle of the next decade according to James Leake, an analyst at NS Lemos.
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