September, 2014
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The alliance will make it more difficult for standalone container companies to compete, CMA CGM executive says.
Ocean Three Alliance: Slow Steaming Will Save $1 Billion
Bunker prices are still looking favorable for the foreseeable future.
Brent Premium Spread Smallest Since April
The company says 22 vessels will receive 2 BWMS each, and will will operate in and around US waters.
Singapore's Pioneer Marine Awards "Biggest Ever BWMS Order" to Wärtsilä
A decline in tanker and LPG charter rates was only partially offset by some dry bulk improvement.
Drewry Index Drops in August
The new family of medium-speed engines promise reduced emissions and greater efficiency.
Rolls-Royce Launches Fuel-Saving Gas and Diesel Engine Line
PureSOx 2.0 said to have significant benefits including a smaller size, and potentially reducing fuel consumption.
Alfa Laval Announces a "New Generation" of Scrubber Technology
DNV GL says the battery powered vessel could be built with existing technology.
DNV GL Unveils Unmanned, Zero-Emissions Ship Design
Design promises environmental benefits, low life-cycle costs.
Approval for Gas Turbine-Powered LNG Carrier Design
Shipping group is "disappointed" that IMO seems unlikely to push fuel availability study forward.
ICS Calls for Caution on Environmental Rules
DNV GL, GTT, and Hanjin are working on the design for a vessel sailing on an Asia-Europe route.
New Container Design to Use LNG Membrane System