Barzan Puts Zeebrugge Through Its Paces

Barzan Puts Zeebrugge to the Test

Belgian Port of Zeebrugge welcomed the 18,800 TEU Barzan, the container shipping industry’s first LNG-ready ...

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G6 Cuts Four Peak Season Sailings

G6 Cuts Four Peak Season Sailings

Members of the G6 Alliance are cancelling four Asia-Europe sailings in July and August in response to ...

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New Rate War on Far East-South America Trades?

New Rate War on Far East-South America

Substantial additional capacity is expected to be introduced into the Far East-South America container shipping ...

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Egyptian Authorities Thwart Attack on Suez Canal

Egyptian Authorities Thwart Attack on Suez Canal

Egyptian authorities have apprehended 13 members of the Muslim Brotherhood suspected of planting bombs around the ...

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Carnival Gets Green Light to Begin Traveling to Cuba

Carnival Gets Green Light to Begin Traveling to Cuba

 Cruise line conglomerate Carnival Corporation & plc has won approval from the U.S. Department of the Treasury ...

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Australia's FWC Orders Alexander Spirit's Crew Back to Work

Australia's FWC Orders Alexander Spirit's Crew Back to Work

Australia’s Fair Work Commission (FWC) has ordered protesting 36 crew members of the fuel tanker Alexander ...

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Shares of Greek Shipping Companies Take a Nosedive

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Shares of Greek shipping companies listed on US stock exchanges took a tumble on Monday, one day after the Greeks ...

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Hyundai Heavy Cuts Steel for KSS Line's VLGC

Hyundai Heavy Cuts Steel for KSS Line's VLGC

South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries has organised a steel cutting ceremony for a Very Large Gas ...

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Drewry: Ordering of Big Ships Starting to Backfire

Toxic Mixture Threatening Carriers' Profitability

A toxic mixture of overcapacity, weak demand and aggressive commercial pricing is threatening liner shipping ...

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Majesty of the Seas Dodges Retirement

Majesty of the Seas Dodges Retirement

Miami-based Royal Caribbean International has shelved plans to retire its oldest ship – the 1992-built ...

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CMA CGM Cleared to Buy German Short Sea Operator OPDR

CMA CGM Cleared to Buy German Short Sea Operator OPDR

The European Commission has approved French container line CMA CGM’s plan to buy German short sea shipping ...

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Fjord Line Opens First Danish LNG Bunkering Terminal

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Port of Hirtshals became the first Danish port to offer LNG bunkering services following the opening of Fjord ...

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AOM Milena Crew Unpaid for Over Two Months

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The crew of the bulk carrier AOM Milena, which is currently being chartered by British-Australian multinational ...

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Fincantieri Shipyard Released, Environmental Probe Continues

Fincantieri Shipyard Released, Environmental Probe Continues

Italian police have released areas of Fincantieri’s Monfalcone shipyard seized on June 29 on the order of the ...

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Port of Durban Unsafe for Ships?

Port of Durban Unsafe for Ships

South Africa’s Port of Durban has been put under a spotlight amid recent groundings at the harbour entrance ...

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Hamburg Tackles Illegal Ship Waste Dumping

Hamburg Fights Illegal Waste Dumping from Ships

All ships calling at the Port of Hamburg are now allowed to dispose of the six-times higher amount of waste at no ...

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American Shipping Company Seals USD 500m in Loans

American Shipping Company Seals USD 500m Loan1

Tanker owner American Shipping Company ASA has received firm commitments for a USD 500 million refinancing of its ...

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Marintec South America

Marintec – South American Maritime Exhibition for Shipbuilding, Platform and Maintenance

As part of the UBM/Seatrade portfolio, Marintec South America is a trade-show for anyone who wants to stay ahead in the maritime market.

Why visit?

  • Be inspired by thousands of products and services on show
  • Find out what´s new in the market by chatting to suppliers and peers
  • Come away with genuine solutions, exciting ideas, and a fresh outlook
  • Pick up new ideas from the experts of industry through our seminar sessions and technical presentation

Why Exhibit in Rio de Janeiro/ Brazil?

  • Rio de Janeiro is the headquarter of Petrobras and its mains shipyards / ship owners
  • Rio de Janeiro is an international reference center for training of professionals for the offshore oil and gas industry
  • Brazil produces over 2 million barrels of oil per day and the offshore production will double this by 2020
  • The Brazilian shipbuilding industry has been grown 19,5% per year since 2000
  • Investments in the industry should exceed BRL 200 billion before 2020
  • The oil and gas industry reached about 12% of the total Brazilian GDP and may reach 20% by 2020
  • The offshore exploration will move R$ 3.7 trillion over the next 30 years and will generate 87 million jobs
  • Petrobras’ total pre-salt needs estimate: 97 platforms, 510 support vessels and 140 oil tankers

Read more about the conference here.

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3rd Annual LNG Bunkering 2015 Conference

IBC’s ‘LNG Bunkering Summit’ returns for the 3rd time, with a view to profile latest developments and opportunities in key trade routes globally, and particularly in Singapore.

Join your industry partners as they crack the ‘chicken and egg’ dilemma while focusing on first-mover benefits, infrastructure, supply and pricing that makes switching to LNG a viable option.

The 3rd LNG Bunkering Summit is part of a suite of events in The Bunkering Week, which incorporates 3 co located conferences and will attract over 200 top decision makers. LNG Suppliers, Traders, Ship Owners and builders will convene to address commercial, regulatory, supply-demand, price and global market issues.

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Contact Details:
Email: register@ibcasia.com.sg
Telephone: +65 6508 2401
Fax: +65 6508 2407
Mail: IBC Asia (S) PTE LTD, 111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset #10-06 Singapore 238164

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7th Bunkering in Asia 2015 Conference

If Quality and Compliance challenges were not enough, oil prices have provided a further twist to industry dynamics. Further, recent developments have yet again resulted in a review of credit and counter party risk management within the value chain.

What then should the industry response be? How can we look ahead and determine strategies that have a positive impact on our business? If tapping successfully into new market segments was high priority, assessing watertight alternatives to protect your business is of equal importance.

Part of The Bunkering Week, the 7th Bunkering in Asia is back in Singapore to provide networking, expert viewpoints, and commercial opinions that matter.

More info

Contact Details:
Email: register@ibcasia.com.sg
Telephone: +65 6508 2401
Fax: +65 6508 2407
Mail: IBC Asia (S) PTE LTD, 111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset #10-06 Singapore 238164

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Scrubber Summit Conference 2015

When reviewing the Exhaust Gas Cleaning System investment, vessel route, the amount of time spent in an ECA region and long term HFO – MGO differentials are just some of the issues ship owners’ are grappling with.

The drop in oil prices though has shifted the market economics of investments in Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems. Long touted as a viable option for complying with low sulphur regulations, the industry is now actively evaluating HFO – Scrubber economics, and taking decisions to embraced scrubber technology.

The Scrubber Summit is your platform to raise questions and get commercial and technical solutions from technology experts and ship owners. It is part of a suite of events in The Bunkering Week, which incorporates 3 co located conferences and will attract over 200 top decision makers.

More info

Contact Details:
Email: register@ibcasia.com.sg
Telephone: +65 6508 2401
Fax: +65 6508 2407
Mail: IBC Asia (S) PTE LTD, 111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset #10-06 Singapore 238164

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World’s First Gas Turbine-Powered LNG Carrier Gets AIP

World’s First Gas Turbine-Powered LNG Carrier Gets AIP

South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has received Approval in Principle (AIP) from Lloyd’s ...

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Maersk Sells Stake in ESVAGT

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Infrastructural investors 3i Infrastructure plc and AMP Capital have entered into an agreement to jointly acquire ...

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APL Most Reliable Carrier in May

APL Most Reliable Carrier in May

Singapore-based container line APL, part of Neptune Orient Lines, was the most reliable carrier with a global ...

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J.Lauritzen’s Bulker Charters Cut Short

J.Lauritzen's Bulker Charters Cut Short

Danish gas and dry bulk shipping specialist J. Lauritzen has confirmed that the charters of two of its Capesize ...

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Revamped MSC Opera Adopts Venice as Its New Home

Revamped MSC Opera Adopts Venice as Its New Home

 MSC Opera, the third of four MSC Cruises ships to be renovated under the Renaissance Programme, re-joined the high ...

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Diana Secures Work for Bulker Trio

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Owner and operator of dry bulk vessels Diana Shipping Inc. has secured charters for three of its bulkers, one new ...

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Haiti's First Panamax Port Up and Running

Haiti's First Panamax Port Up and Running

The economy of the Caribbean island nation of Haiti is set to receive a major boost after the country’s first ...

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Evergreen Sets Sights on 10 Reefers

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Taiwan-listed shipping company Evergreen Marine Corp. said that it intends to sign shipbuilding contracts for up to ...

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RoRo Ship Sinks off Egypt, 37 Rescued

RoRo Ship Sinks off Egypt, 37 Rescued

Some 37 people were rescued from a sinking RoRo ship near Egypt’s Safaga Port, located on the coast of the ...

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