SSA Welcomes Decision To Extend BEO

  The Singapore Shipping Association (SSA) has welcomed the decision by Singapore’s Minister for Trade and Industry to extend the Competition (Block Exemption

Moore Stephens Highlights Potential Tax Issues for Shipping

 As part of the Government’s drive to encourage voluntary compliance with the tax rules, it will legislate to introduce a new requirement that large businesses

SSAB, Aspo ESL Shipping Pact On Sea Transport

 The global steel company SSAB and Aspo Group’s ESL Shipping Ltd have signed a long-term frame agreement covering sea freight for SSAB’s inbound raw material sea

Raytheon Anschütz Succeeds in SYNTACS SAT

Raytheon Anschütz, a leading integrator of naval integrated bridge systems, has successfully completed the Sea Acceptance Test (SAT) for the Synapsis Tactical Command

Nakilat Damen Shipyards Qatar JV is 5

  On 23 November 2015, Nakilat Damen Shipyards Qatar celebrated its first 5 years of operation. With 40 vessels delivered or under construction, the yard has proven

Wärtsilä's' Digital Services for Performance Enhancement

  Wärtsilä, a global leader in complete lifecycle solutions for the marine and energy markets, launches a new service portfolio, Wärtsilä Genius services to help

Seagull's Software Tool for Benchmarking Seafarers Knowledge

  Seagull Maritime has launched an advanced software tool able to benchmark seafarer knowledge levels, allowing shipowners and operators to compare their crew

Shipping to See Further Consolidation

 The CMA CGM's move to buy Singapore’s Neptune Orient Lines (NOL), could lead to one of the biggest acquisitions in the shipping container industry in years.   If it goes through,

CMA CGM Slashes Fleet CO2 Emissions by 50%

 CMA CGM, a leading worldwide shipping Group, is pleased to announce a 50% improvement in its CO2 performance for its owned fleet. Thanks to an efficient environmental

U.S. Ups Philippines Aid as South China Sea Turmoil Builds

The United States has raised its military aid to the Philippines this year to $79 million, the U.S. ambassador said on Wednesday, as tension rises in the region

Abu Dhabi's TAQA to Shed U.S. Wind Asset

Abu Dhabi National Energy Co , or TAQA, has filed with U.S. energy regulators to sell its stake in the Lakefield wind power plant in the U.S. state of Minnesota to a Qatari company.

U.S. EPA to Push Biofuels Mandates

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is widely expected to increase requirements for biofuels use through 2016 due to higher total fuel demand, when it

Saudi Aramco Seeks Drilling Cost Discounts

State-run Saudi Aramco has asked oilfield service companies to extend discounts to next year as the oil giant cuts costs amid falling oil prices, industry sources familiar with the matter said.

Ukraine to Stop Buying Russian Gas

Ukraine says to stop buying Russian gas; says cheaper prices offered from Europe. A clash over natural gas pricing between Russia and Ukraine escalated on Wednesday

BWM Convention Doesn't Resolve U.S. Issues - ICS

ICS notes that the IMO Secretary General has announced that the Ballast Water Management Convention will enter into force worldwide from 24 November 2016, following

Need to Cut Cost for Barent Sea Development - DNV GL Study

  OG21 today received the DNV GL study of technologies that should be developed for year-round oil and gas production at 74 degrees North in the Norwegian Barents Sea.

BG Starts Commercial Ops from QCLNG T2

  BG Group announced today that commercial operations began from the second train at its Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) plant. QGC, BG Group's Australian subsidiary,

Rosneft 9M Profit Up

    *  Keeping low operating expenses at 157 RUB/boe in conditions of 12% growth in producer price index in 9M 2015   * Increase in adjusted EBITDA by 1.0% to

Maritime Cook Islands Expands Network to India

  Maritime Cook Islands (“MCI”), the leading ship registry, has recently established its presence in India with the appointment of two deputy registrars (“DR”),

Hague Court Begins Hearing On South China Sea Issue

 A United Nations arbitral tribunal in The Hague heard some of the Philippines’ territorial claims over the disputed Spratly Islands in the South China Sea on Tuesday.

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