December, 2016
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Mon05Dec
ZIM reports a net loss of $37.6 million in 2016 Q3, compared to a $11.1 million profit during same period of 2015.
Zim Upbeat on Improved Performance, but Still in the Red
Mon05Dec
Scrubbers are "removing much of the soot and the unburned oil which are not yet regulated," Nick Confuorto tells Ship & Bunker.
Bunker Regulations Will Only Follow "What Scrubbers are Already Doing"
Fri02Dec
The 81,000 DWT bulk carrier Maverick Gunner was arrested in June.
Arrested Bulker Put to Auction in Singapore
Fri02Dec
Huatai Insurance says small vessels, disguised as fishing boats, gain access to target vessels at night.
Tianjin Sees Increased Theft Risk, Including Bunkers
Fri02Dec
"The shipping industry, if it doesn't have a policeman, will do whatever is cheapest," says Marine and Energy Consulting Limited's Robin Meech.
Expect Post 2020 Bunker Markets to be More Fragmented and Complex, Conference Hears
Fri02Dec
Under the new rule, all cruise ships must now use fuel with a maximum fuel oil sulfur content of 0.1 percent while at berth, or an equivalent alternative method.
Australia Limits Sulfur Content in Bunkers at Sydney Harbour to 0.1%
Fri02Dec
Hyundai Mipo Dockyard is said to have signed a LoI with Bernhard Schulte for the vessel's construction.
Bernhard Schulte Places Order for LNG Bunker Tanker
Fri02Dec
DNV GL says the solution has now been implemented on over 750 vessels, with many of them noted to be operated by tanker companies.
Seatrans Ship Management to Utilise Bunker-Saving ECO Insight on 20 Vessels
Fri02Dec
Wärtsilä says it was previously considered impossible in the industry to apply the technology to CPPs.
Wärtsilä Expands 5% Bunker Saving EnergoProFin Tech to Controllable Pitch Propellers
Fri02Dec
The strike, which is being carried out by the Seamen's Union to protest tax increases, began Friday morning at 6 a.m. and will last until Sunday morning.
48 Hour Strike Action Launched at Port of Piraeus