Shipping’s Decarbonization Will Need Major R&D Investment

Collaboration and investment in technology development key for meeting IMO's targets

US to Dominate Global Oil Supply in Next 5 Years

The United States is set to take over the throne as the world's largest oil producer in the next five years.

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US Sanctions 28 More Ships

The United States has imposed a new wave of sanctions against North Korea's regime.

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AAPA Eyes USD 66 Bn Funding for Port Upgrades

AAPA is looking to secure USD 66 billion for federal port-related infrastructure investments.

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US: Severe Winter Storm Batters Northern New England

A severe winter storm, named Grayson, is impacting the maritime community in Northern New England.

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US Aims to Blacklist 10 More Ships over North Korea Cargo

Reuters: The United States is looking to blacklist another ten ships for carrying banned cargo from North Korea.

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Tanker Shipping Benefits from Rise in US Crude Oil Exports

US crude oil exports are now more important to shipping than US oil product exports.

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INEOS: World’s Largest VLEC to Carry US Ethane to China

UK’s chemicals company INEOS has signed a long-term supply deal to deliver ethane from US shale gas to China, ...

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NRF: US Container Ports to Witness Flat November Imports

After months of record-setting volume ahead of the holiday season, imports at major US container ports should be ...

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Imports at Top US Container Ports Set a 2nd Record High

Imports set a second all-time monthly record high at US major retailer container ports this summer and are ...

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India Receives 1st Cargo of Crude Oil from the US

The first US crude oil cargo of 1.6 million barrels bought by Indian Oil Corporation arrived from the US at Paradip ...

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US Extends Jones Act Waiver

The US has decided to extended the limited Jones Act Waiver on the back of the severe disruptions of the oil supply ...

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Damaged Warship to Be Moved to US for Repairs

The US Navy’s severely damaged guided missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald is to be moved back to the US months ...

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NRF: Imports at Top US Container Ports to Hit New Records

August is expected to be the busiest month on record for imports at the US major retail container ports and 2017 is ...

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More US Coal Exports to Aid Dry Bulk Market

US seaborne coal exports have turned years of negative growth around and seem to be climbing for a third quarter in ...

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IEA: US Set to Claim LNG Exporter Crown

 By 2022, the United States will be on course to challenge Australia and Qatar for global leadership among LNG ...

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NRF: Imports Slow Down at US Container Ports

The rate of import growth at US major retail container ports has begun to slow, but volume should nonetheless hit ...

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HMM's Asia-US Volumes Surge by 67%

South Korean shipping company Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) has seen a 67% year-on-year rise in its Asia-US volume ...

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Alliances Not to Raise NAFTA Ocean Freight Competitiveness

New shipping alliances that came into effect a month ago are unlikely to increase ocean freight competitiveness ...

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NRF: US Imports to See Strong Rise in Spring, Summer

Imports at US major retail container ports should continue to increase throughout the spring and summer, according ...

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Imports at Top US Container Ports Set to Rise

Despite developments in Washington, imports at the major US retail container ports should see double-digit ...

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US FMC Eases Ocean Transportation Rules

The US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has voted to amend its rules involving Service Contracts and NVOCC Service ...

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