April, 2014
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Wed23Apr
Lauritzen Kosan fears pressure on its business from less honest competitors.
Another Shipowner Says ECA Noncompliance Could Save Money
Wed23Apr
The U.S. energy company's fuels marketing division swung to an operating profit in Q1.
NuStar Profits Jump, Despite Lower Revenues
Wed23Apr
The company anticipates growing imbalances in supply and demand, resulting in more global trade.
Vopak Reports "Market Challenges" in Q1
Wed23Apr
Sandrica Garrett, a Kirby crew member from tugboat M/V Miss Susan, says she was hurt in incident.
New $1M Legal Action Over Houston Ship Channel Collision
Wed23Apr
The D-Class anchor-handling vessels are designed to serve rigs in harsh conditions.
Singapore Firm Launches Last Ships in Fuel-Saving Series
Wed23Apr
The expansion cuts steaming time in half, reducing fuel costs, and accommodates Panamax ships.
Deeper Channel Opens for Vietnam Port
Tue22Apr
WTI lost $2.24/bbl, settling at $102.13, while Brent slipped $0.68/bbl finishing the day at $109.27/bbl.
Crude Benchmarks Tumble
Tue22Apr
For the ship owner and operator of today it is as important to be able to accurately predict the future direction of the maritime industry as it is to be able to trade profitably.
Fathom Spotlight: The Technology Fortune Teller
Tue22Apr
Global Maritime Investments Group says the package could offer returns of 25% over five years.
Investment Group Seeks Backers for 25 Eco-ships
Tue22Apr
The company said it is pursing "aggressive energy reduction" efforts, along with waste water treatment and scrubbers.
Carnival Close to 20% Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions