October, 2014
Date Headline Image
Report says Russian authorities received over 600 applications for commercial use of the Northeast Passage, while Northwest Passage remains closed.
Russia Receives Record Applications for Use of NSR in 2014
Hitachi Zosen Corporation's new system received first-time approval from MAN Diesel & Turbo.
SCR Scrubber System for Marine Engines First to Receive Approval from MAN
Seaspan Corp. has taken delivery of its fifth SAVER design ship this year, the MOL Brightness.
Seaspan Takes Delivery of Fifth SAVER Design Eco-Ship of 2014
Low-sulfur fuel is prompting new kinds of lubricant, according to Total Lubmarine
ECAs Are Putting Pressure on Marine Lubricant Market, says Total Lubmarine
SSI says the shared commitments are a "stake in the ground" for members and signal areas for "immediate action".
Sustainable Shipping Initiative Members Set a "Clear Benchmark for Sustainable Practices"
Bunker prices were mostly soft in the primary ports and it is not unreasonable to expect them to stay that way for the near term.
Oil Prices Fall as Improvements in the US Dollar Continue
The Canada-based shipper says Propulsion Dynamics' CASPER Service is a "valuable tool in our operational and performance arsenal."
Teekay Extends Bunker Saving Hull and Propeller Performance Monitoring Service
U.S. envornment campaigner NRDC has called on China to adopt "21st Century" regulation of pollution at its ports.
NRDC Urges Chinese ECA to Combat "Severe Air Pollution Crisis"
Adam Wang's focus is on Asia.
Trumf Makes New Hire in Bid to Expand in Asia
Brent crude oil continues to slowly recover from the low $80/bbl and is now marching toward $90/bbl.
Crude Makes Further Gains