Gazprom Germania GmbH, a subsidiary of Gazprom Export, has carried out its first bunkering of a ship with liquefied natural gas (LNG) at the port of Rostock, Germany. Read more ›
New electric power system is ideal for cruise ships and can reduce annual fuel consumption by 6%
Zurich, Switzerland, March 14 2016 – ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, Read more ›
The Suez Canal traffic data reported that 341 ships traverse the Suez Canal with a total cargo load of 18.88m tonnes from from 4 to 10 March 2016, as per a report in the Daily News Egypt. Read more ›
Maersk Group says it is committed to a long-term partnership with Ghana, and will boost its investments in the country.
Accroding to local media report, the Maersk Group Chief Executive Officer, Read more ›
China Merchants Holdings International (CMHI) has announced plans to invest in 10 overseas ports in regions that include Russia, West Africa and South East Asia. Read more ›
Japan and Finland are ready for Arctic cooperation, including the use of the Northern Sea Route and the development of Barents Euro-Arctic region.
A joint Read more ›
With an aim to boost shipbuilding in the country and attract investment in its maritime industry, the Government of Panama has presented a new bill dedicated to Read more ›
The total port cargo throughput of Hong Kong has seen a sharp decrease of 13.8% in 2015, amounting to 256.6 million tonnes, according to the Hong Kong Census and Statistics Department. Read more ›
As Belgium became the 48th signatory party this week, the Ballast Water Management Convention has now almost gained sufficient ratification to come into force, Read more ›
“Small is beautiful”, the title of a book which went on to become a tagline for the environmental movement that was burgeoning in the 1970’s, has been applied by Read more ›