dubbed Blue Breeze, with four 30m Flettner rotors and a six megawatt diesel-electric engine, and a 4,000 teu no-ballast, wide-beam, point-to-point container ship were two of the concepts presented by ship autonomy guru Oskar Levander, Rolls-Royce Marines
senior VP of Concepts and Innovation, as he assessed ways in which shipping could adapt to meet emissions and efficiency targets.
shipments from Iran. The port also handles about 70 percent of Yemen’s imports, including most of its food supply, and aid groups have warned that fighting could interrupt the flow of relief to millions of Yemeni citizens. We
are deeply worried about the situation, said Lise Grande, Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen.
the world leader in green ship recycling, surprised the shipping industry last month announcing it would stop accepting overseas ships for scrapping as part of an ongoing environmental clampdown on importing waste materials. EU
member states experts on ship recycling met in Brussels to discuss the latest developments, six months ahead of the application of the 2013 Ship Recycling Regulation.
under management. Carl Schou, president of WSM, tells Splash that the goal is to double the managed fleet within the next six to 12 months. Southampton is a city with one of the longest
histories in the maritime industry. It has an established maritime cluster of infrastructure and human resources that we can tap into immediately to support growth, Schou said.
storage capacity (from 950,000 barrels to 550,000 barrels), and the NOC said that Tank 2 is in danger of leaking and spreading the fire to the three surviving tanks. Ras Lanuf’s terminal once had about a dozen tanks, but the long series of conflicts since
the end of the Gaddafi era have destroyed all but a few.
Energi, the largest labour union representing more than 4,000 drillers, last month agreed to a deal, while the smaller Safe said it would ask its members to vote on the offer made by the Norwegian Shipowners Association.
aground when the master, who was the sole watchkeeper at the time, left the bridge unattended. The investigation revealed that the master had been consuming alcohol prior to taking over the watch from the chief officer.
However, the chief officer, who had previously warned the master against excessive consumption of alcohol, was satisfied that the master was fit for watchkeeping duties.
exported 765,000 barrels per day (bpd) in the first two weeks of June, a 368,000-bpd drop versus 1.133 million bpd shipped in May. The numbers do not include cargoes of upgraded oil by two of PDVSAs joint ventures, which are exported separately.
interface so that shipping companies can steer their ships more efficiently and terminals can optimize their resource planning. The joint project was launched at the beginning of 2018 and, sees information pertaining to
planned and actual arrival and departure times for ships coming from or heading to either Hamburg or Rotterdam.
on June 13, 2018. Flying the flag of Hong Kong, the newbuild has a length of 366 meters and a width of 51.2 meters. Its market value currently stands at USD 88.11 million, VesselsValues data shows.
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