Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Wärtsilä Wins Contract to Supply Re-liquefaction Plants to 3 LNG Carriers

Technology company Wärtsilä announced today that they have been awarded the contracts to supply re-liquefaction plants to three new LNG carriers currently under construction....

Korean Shipyards to Win Mega Shipbuilding Deal

Yonhap News reported yesterday that according to industry sources, two South Korean shipbuilders, Samsung Heavy Industries Co. and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co.,...

World’s First Ever Live Spot Pricing Successfully Launched by Mizzen

In a first, Mizzenit.com has reportedly "successfully launched" a live spot pricing mechanism for some of the world’s largest shipping lines. In a statement, the global...

6 Boxships Acquired by MPC Container Ships

Formed as recently as April 2017, the Norway-based owner and operator of container ships, MPC Container Ships, now has 6 boxships in its fleet....

Panoil Petroleum and Universal Energy Bunker Licences Revoked

The Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) of Singapore announced that Panoil Petroleum and Universal Energy will not have their bunker supplier licences renewed post...

Aegean Marine Petroleum Network and Caribbean Bunkers LLC Sign Agreement on Bunkering Sales

On August 30, Aegean Marine Petroleum Network signed an agreement with Caribbean Bunkers LLC, a subsidiary of Freepoint Commodities LLC, to cooperate on bunkering...

Rickmers Maritime Completes Wind-up

Rickmers Maritime announced that it has completed winding up. In furtherance of this, according to a Singapore Exchange (SGX) filing on Tuesday by its trustee-manager,...

A Study on LNG Bunkering to be Carried Out by Singapore and Japan

In an effort to increase LNG bunkering in Asia, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore and the Ports and Harbours Bureau of the Ministry...

Update: Hong Kong Operations Resume Amid Delays and Congestion

Last week Sea News reported that operations at the Hong Kong Port came to a standstill due to heavy rains and high winds caused...

Cargo Ship Splits into 2 Near Turkey

The 114-metre long Mongolia-flagged cargo ship, Leonardo, split into two parts while it was anchored near Kilyos in Turkey. The crew of 11 were rescued...