Korea Line Signs USD 1.15 bln LNG Shipping Deal from KOGAS
Korea Line Corporation (KLC) has secured a KRW 1.27 trillion (USD 1.1 billion) contract to transport liquefied natural gas (LNG) for its compatriot Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS). Yonhap reported that under the deal with Korea Gas Corp. (KOGAS)…
The president of Gnostech weighs in on the trends in combating the plague of the industry.
An Inside Look at Ballast Water Testing
Seattle, Washington: Last week’s visit to the Pacific Northwest and its impressive waterfront maritime cluster was highlighted by a visit to the Golden Bear, the training ship of the California Maritime Academy. Now on its annual training cruise…
Natural Gas as a Transportation Fuel and IMO - MARPOL’s Annex VI
The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) will meet July 3-7, 2017, in London, where the January 1, 2020 implementation of the .50 percent m/m (mass by mass) global sulfur content limit for shipboard fuel oil will be discussed.
Where Do Ports Fit in California's Environmental Regulatory Vision?
California is a state with a long history of dancing to its own tune.We are innovators in culture, fashion, entertainment, business, technology and government regulation.Today, California has an environmental regulatory vision. And at times…
Piloting Choppy Waters
Uncharted hazards roil the waters for established pilot organizations across the fruited plain. These days, there is never a dull moment for this uniquely American system of piloting deep draft tonnage to and from the ports dotting our 95,000+ miles of coastline.The U.S.
Reluctantly touching the third rail of the American waterfront.I looked up the common idiom of ‘touching the third’ rail this week.Yourdictionary.com explains it like this: The electrified rail that runs besides, or between train tracks to power electric trains.
Chinese, Greek Ports Teams Up to Boost Container Traffic
Piraeus Port, operator of Greece's biggest port and majority-owned by China's COSCO Shipping…
World’s Biggest Containership Eases into Felixstowe
The Madrid Maersk, the latest in a long line of record-breaking containerships, arrived on June 6…
Port of Oakland Welcomes 20 Paid Interns
Twenty college students preparing for careers in engineering, law, marketing and…
Tideworks Launches New TOS Data Platform
Tideworks Technology Inc., a full-service provider of terminal management and planning…
Seaspan Ferries Opens Duke Point Terminal
Seaspan Ferries Corporation (SFC) hosted an official ceremony in Nanaimo, BC to mark…
Shipping Routes via Oman Opened to Give Qatar Food Lifeline
Qatar and container lines have launched new shipping services via Oman in an effort…
Star Bulk Acquires Supramax
Star Bulk Carriers, a global shipping company focusing on the transportation of dry bulk cargoes…
ABS Expands Greek Presence
Classification society ABS unveiled its Global Ship Systems Center and announced…
BP in Talks with Sirius for Ororo Offtake
Nigeria's Sirius Petroleum has said that it is in talks with BP, regarding an offtake…
Hunter Maritime Terminates Tender Offer for Bulkers
Marshall Islands based Hunter Maritime Acquisition revealed it has “mutually agreed”…
Ecoslops, Total Plan Micro-refinery in La Mède
Ecoslops, a company that upgrades ship-generated hydrocarbon residues, or “slops”…
UK Urges Gulf States to Ease Blockade Against Qatar
Britain on Monday urged Gulf states including Saudi Arabia to ease a blockade of…