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ESPO: IMO Must Deliver on CO2 Cap for Shipping

Europe should pile on the pressure on the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) to increase efforts and submit ...

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ECSA: EU-Canada Trade Deal to Benefit Maritime Transport

The lengthy negotiations regarding the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) have concluded ...

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Hanjin to Shut Down European Ops

Some two months after filing for court receivership, the financially troubled Hanjin Shipping is looking to close ...

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Cepsa's New Multi-Product Barge to Provide LNG to Ships

Spanish oil and gas company Compañía Española de Petróleos (CEPSA) will supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to ships ...

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HMM to Deploy 13 Ships to Service Hanjin's Two Routes

South Korean shipping company Hyundai Merchant Marine will deploy more than 13 vessels on Hanjin Shipping’s ...

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CMA CGM Sets Up New EURAF 6 Service

French container shipping company CMA CGM plans to launch a new service connecting Europe and West Africa, EURAF 6, ...

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APL to Enhance Its Asia-Europe Trade with FEX

Singapore-based container shipping company APL is planning to launch Felixstowe Express Service (FEX), a new weekly ...

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CMA CGM to Enhance Its Europe-West Africa Coverage

French container shipping company CMA CGM is to upgrade its EURAF 4 and EURAF 5 services connecting Europe and West ...

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Alphaliner: Asia - Europe Carriers to Use New FAK Rates

Carriers in the Asia – Europe trade are expected to implement new ‘Freight All Kinds’ (FAK) rate structures, ...

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Drewry: Europe-ECSA Freight Rates Still Falling

As freight rates in the Europe-East Coast South America trade continue to fall amid weakened ship utilisation, ...

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First US Shale Gas Reaches Europe

 The INEOS Intrepid gas carrier, owned by Swiss chemicals company INEOS, has arrived at the ...

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First US Shale Gas Cargo Shipped to Europe

The 2015-built LNG multi-gas carrier JS Ineos Intrepid departed the Marcus Hook terminal near Philadelphia ...

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Iran Ships First Post-Sanction Oil to Europe

Iran has loaded its first oil cargo since the lifting of economic sanctions early January on board a tanker owned ...

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IRISL Coming Back to Europe by End of the Month

Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) plans to return to Europe before the end of this month, with HDS ...

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IRISL All Set to Sail to Europe

The Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines’ (IRISL) vessels will soon sail for Europe as they have been ...

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Swedish, Finnish Ports Join Forces on Green Technologies

Ports of Stockholm together with three Finnish Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T) ports – Turku, ...

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Majestic Princess to Test Her Mettle in the Med

The California-based cruise operator Princess Cruises, part of Carnival Corporation, will deploy its newest ship ...

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Hapag-Lloyd Boosts Europe Australia Express Service

German liner company Hapag-Lloyd announced that it is adding French ports Fos sur Mer and Pointe de Galets to ...

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Royal Caribbean Orders 5th Quantum-Class Ship

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has ordered a fifth Quantum-class ship from Meyer Werft in Germany, to be delivered in ...

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Europe to Asia LNG Re-Exports Just a Summer Fad

This summer’s surge in re-exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from regasification terminals in ...

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Euro Cruise Industry Hindered by Red Tape, Infrastructure

Euro Cruise Industry Hindered by Red Tape, Infrastructure

Europe’s cruise industry needs harmonised environmental legislation, streamlined visa procedures, coastal ...

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