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REGULATORY WATCH: The Global 0.50% Sulfur Cap: 30 months and counting down …

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Industry frets about the coming deadline. Shipping desperately wants to be ready, but will global shore-based infrastructure and refining capacity match the demand that is sure to come? And … are regulators

OP/ED: How Growth Can Benefit the Environment

Thomas A. Jelenić, Vice President for Pacific Merc

You might call 2017 a banner year for California ports. San Pedro Bay, home to the nation's leading twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach exceeded their pre-recession peaks. Collectively, San Pedro Bay was up 7.

Driving Efficiently Towards Zero Emissions

the Kalmar Ottawa Electric terminal tractor, T2E

As the Port of Long Beach Starts Year-long Freight and electric vehicle (EV) testing, Kalmar’s newest workhorse – the Kalmar Ottawa Electric terminal tractor, T2E – will be doing some of the heavy lifting.

Shipbuilding

Royal IHC Bags NMDC Deal

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Netherlands-based Royal IHC recently signed a contract with National Marine Dredging Company (NMDC

SHI Receives New LNGC Order

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South Korea’s Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has signed a deal for the construction of one more

Nakilat - Keppel Completes First FSRU Project

Pic: Nakilat-Keppel Offshore & Marine (N-KOM)

Qatar-based Shipyard, Nakilat-Keppel Offshore & Marine (N-KOM) has recently received its first

Contracts

ESVAGT Steps-up Offshore Presence

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The provider of offshore safety and support at sea ESVAGT aims straight for the dynamic market for

Dynagas Vessel Employment Almost Full

Lena River. Pic: Dynagas LNG Partners

Monaco-headquarters Dynagas LNG Partners said that it had estimated contracted time charter

Anadarko Mulls 16 LNG Charters for Mozambique

An LNG carrier transits the Med in a recently take

Anadarko said on Thursday it would seek long-term charters for around 16 liquefied natural gas

Technology

First Ever ‘DP Digital Survey’

(Photo: Kongsberg Maritime)

A team of industry partners say they have successfully tested a new solution for dynamic

ABS Explores Pathways to 2050 in Germany

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ABS National Committee has met recently in Germany to explores pathways to 2050, automation and

Wight Shipyard Installs BareFLEET for New CAT

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Reygar, a provider of innovative remote monitoring and reporting platforms to the marine industry

Legal

US: Russian Ship Suspected of Aiding N.Korea

The U.S. government has named a Russian ship on a list of vessels suspected of providing fuel to Pyongyang, a month after Reuters reported the same ship violated sanctions by

OP/ED: The Capital Construction Fund

Tom Escher, owner, Red and White Fleet

How to make the Capital Construction Fund work for all vessel owners and operators.

Rhenus Acquires World Net Logistics

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European logistics provider Rhenus Group has acquired South African freight forwarding and

People & Company News

Gasum Appoints Torbjörn Holmström as Director

Torbjörn Holmström. Image: Volvo Group

The Annual General Meeting of Gasum Ltd elected Torbjörn Holmström as a new member to the Board of

Hapag-Lloyd Mulls Better Performance in 2019

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German ocean carrier Hapag-Lloyd expects solid growth in 2019, according to the annual report for

BDO: Shipping Confidence Rises

“It is encouraging to begin the year with a small

Even in the face of a raft of geopolitical and trade disputes that have conspired to instill

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