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Divided IMO approves short-term measures

Delegates at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) meeting online this week have approved short-term measures to reduce carbon from existing ships, however, the meeting...

Bill Gates jumps into nuclear shipping project

Bill Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft, will participate in a nuclear project, which aims to introduce nuclear energy in shipping. In particular, TerraPower, which is...

IMO concludes draft carbon deal, in face of green lobby objections

Delegates at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) intersessional meeting have agreed draft measures on cutting the carbon intensity from existing ships, amid some acrimony...

Oil market uncertainty remains while fuel prices are stable

With Covid-19 rising in many large oil markets uncertainty about the future of oil’s fundamentals remains unusually high, according to  Marine Bunker Exchange (MABUX),...

EU ETS’ inclusion worries BIMCO

Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) is concerned that the inclusion of shipping in the European Union (EU) Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) will inhibit...

IMO website back to normal, while CMA CGM still tries to recover

The International Maritime Organization's (IMO) website has been fully restored since Friday, 2 October, according to IMO's Twitter account, after the cyber attack on...

Cyber attacks challenge maritime industry with IMO confirming hacking attack

A cyber attack on the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has shut down its website since Wednesday, 30 September, and left staff unable to access...

Fuel prices still deter scrubber installations

Oil has been trading in a narrow range in the low US$40 more or less since July after the market began to worry that...

Dubai lifts crew change restrictions

Dubai Maritime City Authority (DCMA) has announced that it will allow ship operators to facilitate crew changes in Dubai. The announcement came just days...

Maersk urges action to protect seafarers

The world’s largest container ship operator, Maersk Line has added its voice to the call for more action from the authorities following the high-level...
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