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EU v. IMO: Whose Emissions Legislation Will Prevail?

As the EU and IMO emissions regulation legislation looks set to diverge even further, one owner fights back in the European Court of Justice, arguing that EU member states who are party to the IMO's MARPOL Annex VI could not impose inconsistent EU requirements upon vessels flagged in other MARPOL Annex VI states. The 1997 Protocol to the International Convention for the

New Orleans hi-lo bunker fuel spread lowest in 12 weeks: Platts data

The hi-lo bunker fuel spread in New Orleans weakened to its narrowest mark in more than 12 weeks. The spread was assessed at $96.50/mt

IMO to Consider Iridium Application to be a Global Maritime Distress and Safety System Service Provider

Iridium Communications Inc. yesteray announced it has formally submitted a comprehensive

Wärtsilä: Interim Report January-March 2014

- Order intake decreased 16% to EUR 1,142 million (1,352)
- Net sales increased 15% to EUR 1,012 million (882)
- Book-to-bill 1.13 (1.53)
- Operating result before

Asia Fuel Oil-380-cst cash discount widened to near 8-month low

The cash differential for Asia's 380-cst fuel oil slipped for a third straight session on Thursday to a near eight-month low, as the

Bahri Achieved more than 195 million SAR in 1st Qtr. 2014

The first quarter 2014 profit of the National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (Bahri) reached more than 195 million Saudi Riyals,

IBIA appoints new vice-chairman

The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) has appointed Robin Meech as its new vice-chairman for a one year term of office.  An independent and well respected

ExxonMobil backs the use of mass flow meters in Singapore

ExxonMobil Marine Fuels & Lubricants has expressed support for Singapore’s planned mandatory use of mass flow meters during

Clipper Excelsior joins the Clipper Supramax fleet

On March 25, Clipper took delivery of the company’s second 66,000 supramax newbuilding, MV Clipper Excelsior, built by Mitsui Engineering at 

Global Maritime Industry Leaders Prepare To Descend On Dubai For BIMCO 2014 Annual Conference And Awards

Coping with maritime disasters and the importance of effective maritime regulations are the focus of global

Gulfmark Offshore books PSV at Simek

Gulfmark Offshore has booked one platform supply vessel (PSV) newbuilding at Norway’s shipyard Simek.

VOS Aphrodite starts two-year charter with Gupco

We are pleased to announce that earlier this week VOS Aphrodite was delivered to Gupco (Gulf of Suez Petroleum Company, joint venture

Fincantieri Offshore chooses AVEVA software for a revolutionary project

Fincantieri Offshore has signed a contract with AVEVA to implement AVEVA Marine software in the concept design

Japan's Mitsui pays China to release seized ship-court

Japan's Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd paid about $29 million for the release of a ship seized by China over a dispute that dates back to the

'Kidnapped' officers suspects in tanker pirate attack

It has now emerged that the three top officers of the tanker Naniwa Maru 1, which attacked by pirates this week, are believed to

WWL adds Novorossiysk, Russia to Asia - Europe Service

WWL, the global RoRo shipping and factory-to-dealer logistics specialist, has added Novorossiysk as an additional entry port into

Mammoet uses World’s Biggest Crawler Crane to install Legs on Ship

Mammoet, global leader in Engineered Heavy Lifting and Transport, is currently employing its LR13000, the biggest crawler crane in the

Scorpio Tankers’s Buy Rating Reaffirmed at Jefferies Group

Jefferies Group reissued their buy rating on shares of Scorpio Tankers in a research note released this

Imtech Marine extends VSAT coverage above Europe

Imtech Marine has expanded its Global Ku-band VSAT network with additional coverage above Europe.
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