SceneScan enables a further step along the path towards autonomous shipping.
These are the first long-term Time Charter contracts between PETRONAS and “K” Line with new-build vessels
Deal will cover a variety of LNG shipping services
Three ships have been ordered and are being built at the WuHu Shipyard in China
Seatrade ShipTech Middle East set to discuss the impact of changing global regulations on the marine fuel market
As the International Maritime Organisation clamps down on harmful gas emissions from ships, banks - as the industry's financiers - are evolving alongside
All three firms to compete for EPC contract related to LNG bunkering project at Sohar Port, 200km west of Muscat
American engineering firm to provide Feed services for LNG bunkering project at Sohar Port alongside Total Oman and OOC
The work will be carried out at China’s Huarun Dadong Shipyard in May 2020.
The LNG carrier Aseem struck the port side of the 281,400 dwt, Hong Kong-flagged Shinyo Ocean as both vessels were manoeuvring with the anchorage around 2000 UTC on 24 March 2019.
The Sajir, built in 2014, is one of 17 in Hapag-Lloyd’s fleet originally designed to be LNG-ready.
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