The pressure on LNG shipping spot rates will continue for another year on account of strong fleet growth. However, rates should strengthen from 2019 as fleet growth slows and trade remains strong, according to Drewry.
Archives for October 2017
NGO Shipbreaking Platform expresses dismay over the continued failure of GMB to be transparent and to grant civil society access to see the working and environmental conditions at the shipbreaking yards in Alang.
The order backlog is at end quarter lower than previous quarters, but order intake within defence is expected to improve in the fourth quarter.
A gathering of navy chiefs from around the world have heard how effective, joined-up and forward-looking maritime security can be key to an efficient maritime sector.
Beothuk Spirit is the first of three Heritage Class newbuild shuttle tankers destined to serve East Coast Canada.
Liberia has further strengthened its reputation as the world’s most technologically advanced and sophisticated ship register with a major upgrade of WayPoint, its state-of-the-art web-based client interface system.
Vessel operating costs are expected to rise in both 2017 and 2018, according to the latest survey by Moore Stephens.
Today marks the first call of MV Celine on the port of Rotterdam. The ship docked at C.RO Ports’ facility in Brittanniëhaven (port number 5230).
Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) subsidiary VBMS has signed a Preferred Bidder Agreement for the supply and installation of the inter-array cables for Moray Offshore Windfarm East (MOWE) in the UK. MOWE is a joint venture company owned by EDP Renewables (77%) and ENGIE (23%).