Research undertaken for the Methanol Institute finds product is available in more than 100 major ports globally
Archives for April 2020
GNS makes new service free of charge to all users of Voyager FLEET INSIGHT (VFI) to support shipping company staff working remotely
The location of the incidents is shown in the map below, and a detailed description of the incidents tabulated in the attachment.
Waste generation onboard ships is not a new phenomenon. With a whopping majority of seagoing vessels using HFO bunker as fuel, heavy amounts of sludge generation and operational waste is inevitable. On an average, a 150000 GRT Very large Crude Oil carrier can generate as much as 0.8 metrics of sludge every day when running […]
The COVID-19 pandemic and the lower oil price environment are impacting offshore drilling activity. Some tenders and projects are being delayed or cancelled which adversely affects commercial prospects.
EU NAVFOR Somalia Operation Atalanta units have few opportunities to collaborate with ships of other navies and CTF to be always ready to deter, prevent and repress piracy and armed robbery at sea.
In the first quarter of 2020, most ships calling at the Port of Singapore have complied with the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) 2020 sulphur regulations since they came into effect on 1 January 2020.
The challenges faced by seafarers during the COVID-19 pandemic and the need to keep on track with IMO’s work to combat climate change were two key issues highlighted during a virtual meeting organized by IMO.
The last five years have been one of the longest and most challenging downturns the offshore industry has ever experienced. Since the oil price drop of 2014/2015, the Offshore vessel market has been plagued by bankruptcies, consolidations, takeovers and mergers, forced fleet sales and most importantly a significant decrease in asset values. Values VesselsValue has […]