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  • LNG is “best option” today for marine fuelling says new study

    DNV GL reviews bunkering alternatives for industry coalition SEA\LNG as 2020 emissions deadline nears

    Gas  tradewindsnews.com 10 minutes old Lucy Hine

    Seacor Holdings rebrands two subsidiaries under Waterman

    Seacor Holdings has placed two of its subsidiaries under its Waterman Logistics banner. Central Gulf Lines has become Waterman Transport and joined its sister company, Waterman Steamship Corp to comprise the Waterman Logistics brand. The rebranded Waterman businesses will continue to provide "door-to-door logistics" to commercial and U.S. military clients worldwide, Seacor said. Seacor buys ou

    Offshore  tradewindsnews.com 4 hours old Michael Juliano

    USCG resumes Golden Ray salvage after storms

    The US Coast Guard (USCG) has resumed salvage operations for the Golden Ray, a Hyundai Glovis-owned car carrier that capsized in Georgia's St. Simons Sound. The procedure was suspended Sunday as a result of unsafe conditions caused by thunderstorms and heavy riptides. “We currently have approximately 160 local, state, and federal responders here to protect public health and the environment,” sai

    NEWS  tradewindsnews.com 4 hours old Michael Juliano

    Marine insurance market contracts

    Conference hears insurance providers are increasingly pulling out of the marine market as latest figures show rates are not improving

    Insurance  tradewindsnews.com 6 hours old Adam Corbett

    VLCC rates surge on strong fixture activity after Saudi attacks

    Demand for spot VLCCs increases while VLGC and product tanker rates are little changed

    Tankers  tradewindsnews.com 6 hours old Max Tingyao Lin and Michael Juliano

    Sembcorp sends FPSO to Brazil's Santos Basin

    Sembcorp Marine subsidiary Estaleiro Jurong Aracruz (EJA) has finished building an FPSO set for Brazil's Santos Basin. The P-68 newbuild left the EJA shipyard today and will be deployed to ultra-deepwater Berbigão and Sururu fields. FPSOs, FSRUs and offshore wind boost Sembcorp Marine coffers The 150,000-bpd vessel is built for Tupi, a consortium comprising Petrobras Netherlands, Total Brazil S

    Offshore  tradewindsnews.com 6 hours old Michael Juliano

    Anglo-Eastern, Exmar offer LNG management

    Anglo-Eastern Univan Group and Exmar Ship Management have joined forces to offer their services to LNG shipping. The two companies have formed joint venture AEX LNG Management focused on LNG carrier newbuilding supervision and vessel management for third-party owners. Based in Singapore, the new company will draw on Exmar’s niche expertise in LNG and leverage Anglo-Eastern's systems, resources

    Gas  tradewindsnews.com 8 hours old Michael Juliano

    Carnival expands environmental compliance effort

    Carnival Corp has bolstered its effort to improve its environmental track record, having devoted another new role and small team to that goal. The US cruise major has appointed Sandra Rowlett, a former US federal safety investigator, as vice president of an incident analysis group focused on health, environment, safety and security (HESS). She will also work to implement new global investigation

    NEWS  tradewindsnews.com 9 hours old Michael Juliano

    Abqaiq refinery attack could complicate IMO 2020 regulations

    The refinery shuttering could raise fuel costs or could function similarly to an Opec production cut

    Tankers  tradewindsnews.com 10 hours old Matt Coyne

    Fear of fuelling: Why IMO 2020 might not be so bad

    The switch to low-sulphur bunkers may be a feast for the lawyers, but how much upheaval will the change actually cause?

    TW+  tradewindsnews.com 10 hours old Paul Berrill