Hydrogen Is the Ideal Zero-Emissions Fuel


Traver Kennedy, CEO of Joi Scientific, speaks on the potential of hydrogen as marine fuel.

Shipbreaking in Gadani Banned after Two Tanker Fires

fire at gadani shipbreaking yard

The two tanker fires from last week resulted in a ban on all shipbreaking activities in Gadani.

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NYK Develops Onboard Sulfur-In-Oil Analyzer


NYK and Nippon Yuka Kogyo develop with Horiba a new sulfur-in-oil analyzer for ships.

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KNOT Poised to Order Up to Four More Shuttle Tankers?

KNOT tanker

KNOT inked LoI with COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry to order two firm 154,000 dwt shuttle tankers.

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ENN Energy Inks Deal for LNG Bunkering Vessel

Zhejiang Zhoushan LNG Import and Bunkering Terminal

ENN Energy has signed a contract for an LNG bunkering vessel with compatriot Dalian Shipbuilding Industry.

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IMO Releases Ship and Port Emission Toolkits

Cargo Ship

IMO has issued a new set of free-of-charge toolkits to assess and address emissions from ships and ports. 

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Eastern Pacific Shipping Books 7 More Ultra-Large Boxships


Singapore's Eastern Pacific Shipping brings its ULCV ordering tally at Hyundai Samho to 11 ships.

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Sinotrans Shipping’s Privatization Delayed

Sinotrans Shipping Limited informed that its privatization plans have hit a snag.

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'Just-In-Time' Ship Operations Can Slash CO2 Emissions


Reducing the amount of time ships spend waiting outside port and at anchor could significantly reduce ship emissions.

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CMA CGM, Panalpina Ink Sustainability Pact


CMA CGM and Panalpina have signed a sustainability agreement aimed at reducing their respective carbon emissions by 2025.

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Photos: MSC Arushi R Troubled on Western Scheldt

Panamax containership MSC Arushi R. got into trouble on October 17, while underway on the West Scheldt.

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Fred. Olsen Express, Baleària Launch New Spanish Service


Fred. Olsen Express and Baleària are to introduce a new service between the Canary Islands and Huelva.

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Oltmann Unveils New Multipurpose Ship Fund

multipurpose ship

Germany's Oltmann Gruppe has started a mutual fund with a multipurpose freighter.

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North Sea Port, Titan LNG Supply Fure West with LNG

North Sea Port

On October 16, an LNG bunkering operation from trucks to a sea-going vessel was successfully completed in North Sea Port.

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Miscommunication Led to CMA CGM Centaurus Incident

CMA CGM Centaurus

MAIB: Miscommunication between the bridge team and the pilot led to CMA CGM Centaurus hitting the quay in Jebel Ali.

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Diana's Astarte to Continue Working for Glencore


Diana Shipping has agreed to extend the present time charter contract for M/V Astarte.

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The Only Way Forward Is to Go with Gaseous Fuels


MAN: The biggest challenge from the impending sulphur cap regulation is the decision on which fuel will be used.

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Union: Crew Member of CSL Spruceglen Dies


A crew member of CSL Spruceglen died while working on board the ship on October 16.

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IBIA: Fuel Contamination Unrelated to LSFO Blending


Fuel contamination cases are completely unrelated to low sulphur fuel oil blending, IBIA said.

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Seafarers' Jobs Not Threatened by Autonomous Ships


There will be no shortage of jobs for seafarers, as a result of the introduction of autonomous ships.

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2nd Round of Cargo Smouldering on board MV Liangchow

cargo smouldering on board MV Liangchow

A second round of cargo smouldering reported aboard MV Liangchow during coal discharge in Auckland.

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Cargill Exercises Options for Two More Baby-Capes

Jan Dielman, CARGILL

Cargill orders two more baby capes at CSSC’s Huangpu Wenchong Shipbuilding.

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V.Group Acquires Norddeutsche Reederei


Norddeutsche Reederei H. Schuldt to join V.Group.

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First Japanese-Flagged Ship Joins Wallem Fleet


Wallem Ship Management has welcomed to its fleet the first vessel flying the Japanese flag.

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Breaking: Shots Fired at Merchant Vessel off Somalia

anti piracy

A merchant vessel was attacked in the Gulf of Aden, offshore Somalia.

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Dynagas LNG Partners Eyes USD 55 Million from Share Offering

Lena River LNG carrier

Dynagas LNG Partners LP to collect a total of USD 55 million from the public offering of its shares.

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Ocean Cleanup Arrives at Great Pacific Garbage Patch

ocean cleanup

A pioneering project of collecting plastics from the ocean is hours away from kicking off.

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Arctic Journey of Venta Maersk in Photos

Venta Maersk

Maersk has shared with World Maritime News some photos from Venta Maersk's historic trip to the Arctic.

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