January, 2017
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Mon16Jan
The energy efficient ferry will be powered by hydrogen fuel cell technology and feature supplementary battery-power.
Zero Emission Propulsion Project to See Development of Hydrogen-Powered Ferry
Mon16Jan
The Supreme Court has also discharged Hanjin's interim stay order, which was previously granted on September 9, 2016.
Hanjin Granted Leave to Withdraw Singapore Court Proceedings
Mon16Jan
David Arsenault, HMM's former CEO for the Americas, suggests new mega alliances must ensure container freight rate increases.
Without Rate Increases, Further Bankruptcies and Consolidation Ahead for Box Carriers: Former HMM Exec
Mon16Jan
"Judge Caproni found that Temara II was limited to its facts and that it was distinguishable from the others," ING lawyer Bruce G. Paulsen tells Ship & Bunker.
US Court Decision Bolsters ING's Claim for Payment of Outstanding OW Bunker Bills
Fri13Jan
Everything from troubling economics in China to rising global production were cited as the reasons for the losses.
OPEC Rhetoric at Abu Dhabi Not Enough to Prevent Worst Market Slide Since November
Fri13Jan
The spill is said to have resulted from a leak at one of the Poliport Terminal's shore tanks.
"Significant" Fuel Oil Spill Reported in the Waters of Turkey's Izmit Bay
Fri13Jan
The fuel efficient vessel is said to offer fuel consumption levels of about 10-20 percent lower than that of equivalent vessels when sailing at service speed.
Stena Bulk Holds Naming Ceremony for Bunker-Saving Newbuild
Fri13Jan
DMA says it carried out a two-week campaign in the U.S. at the end of 2016 in order to promote Danish quality shipping.
Denmark Moves to Increase Foreign Inspections on Danish-Flagged Vessels
Fri13Jan
INTERCARGO Thursday expressed its "full support and total alignment" with Kitack Lim's concerns over the inclusion of shipping emissions in EU's ETS.
IMO Secretary-General Receives Support on EU ETS Position from Intercargo
Fri13Jan
The companies were sentenced in relation to illegal discharges of oily waste from M/V Ocean Hope into the Pacific Ocean last year.
U.S. Court Orders Two Greek Shipping Companies to Pay $2.7 Million for Oily Waste Dumping