June, 2016
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Thu23Jun
The episode "led to him attacking one colleague before causing extensive damage to the engine room systems," The London P&I Club has explained.
Bunker Spill Brawl a Result of "Serious Medical Episode"
Thu23Jun
The cost of compliance should not be carried "by the random selection of vessels that authorities decide to inspect," says Anna Larsson.
Trident Alliance Protests Swedish Policy of Charging Shipowners For ECA Bunker Compliance Tests
Thu23Jun
"The operation is being conducted with environmental protection as the upmost priority," says Five Oceans Salvage.
Grounded MV Benita's Bunkers to be Removed by Helicopter
Thu23Jun
All deep water prospects off Newfoundland's coast will be developed, Rystad's vice president says.
A Bright Future With $100 Oil Lies Ahead for Canada's Offshore Industry: Analyst
Thu23Jun
The focus now should be on aligning the European MRV Regulation with the IMO's own data collection system, says ECSA President Niels Smedegaard.
ECSA Says Ship Emissions Rules Must be Global, Warns on Dangers of EU Only System
Thu23Jun
Crude and refined fuel sales revenues dropped $438 billion in 2015.
OPEC Revenues at 10-Year Low, Posts First Collective Deficit Since 1998
Thu23Jun
"We have a very healthy share of the 1,000ppm gas oil market," OceanConnect Marine's Chief Operating Officer, Ethan Ram, tells Ship & Bunker.
OCM Continuing to Expand in UK Bunker and Lubricant Markets
Wed22Jun
The market is now bracing for tomorrow's Brexit referendum.
Wed22Jun
The latest Shipping Confidence Survey shows a rating of 5.1, recorded on a scale of 1 to 10, up from a record low of 5 reported in March.
Moore Stephens: Shipping Confidence Up Slightly from Record Lows
Wed22Jun
The voluntary fuel sampling programme is said to have examined 74 samples, nine of which were found to be over the 0.1 percent sulfur content limit.
USCG Bunker Inspection Program Demonstrates "Generally Satisfactory" ECA Compliance