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87% of seafarers still to receive a first vaccine

(Jun 10 2021)

The Seafarer COVID-19 Welfare Survey announced recently by The Bahamas Maritime Authority has already garnered very high levels of support from maritime organisations and seafarers themselves.



De Nora acquires UV Technologies Division

(Jun 10 2021)

The deal combines the capabilities of both organizations to meet the exponential demand for advanced water treatment technologies



Views from Concordia Maritime on the tanker market

(Jun 03 2021)

Kim Ullman, CEO, Concordia Maritime, issued the following message on May 27.



Poten's Weekly Opinion: Are We There Yet?

(Jun 03 2021)

The summer driving season in the U.S. is about to start.



Marinvest set to boost its digitalization process and cut fuel consumption

(Jun 03 2021)

Ship management company Marinvest will use Kongsberg Digital’s Vessel Insight to optimize performance on five tankers.



OPEC+ seaborne exports down 390 kbd in May as its output policy remains unchanged

(Jun 03 2021)

A new research and analysis note released by commodity intelligence company, Kpler, regarding OPEC+.



Stena Bulk bolsters eco MR fleet with additional newbuilding charters

(Jun 03 2021)

Leading tanker shipping company Stena Bulk announced that it is taking two brand new eco Medium Range (MR) tankers – to be named Stena Convoy and Stena Conductor - on long term time charter from close Japanese partners.



Adnoc advances tanker fleet expansion

(Jun 03 2021)

Abu Dhabi's state-owned energy giant Adnoc plans to expand its tanker fleet by nearly a fifth over the next four years to help accommodate the emirate's upstream and downstream output growth.



Massive oil tanker blocks Bosphorus after steering controls reportedly malfunction

(Jun 03 2021)

Technical problems onboard a 249-meter-long oil tanker have led to a temporary suspension of traffic in the Bosphorus, conjuring uneasy memories of the Suez Canal blockage earlier this year.



One crew feared dead after Japanese cargo ship collision

(Jun 03 2021)

A crew member of a Japanese cargo ship was feared dead on Sunday after he was recovered near a vessel that had capsized and sunk following a collision in domestic waters, local media reported.



Unpacking China's new tax: Implications on crude oil and refined product markets

(Jun 03 2021)

China on May 14 announced that it will implement a consumption tax on mixed aromatics, light cycle oil and bitumen blend from June 12 in an effort to close a loophole in its tax system.



U.S. records show Iran oil cargo landed one month after ship seizure

(Jun 03 2021)

A cargo of 1.033 million barrels of Iranian crude oil landed on U.S. shores in March, the second shipment of Iranian oil to be imported into the United States since 1991.



Iranian tanker seized by Indonesia is released after 4 months

(Jun 03 2021)

An Iranian-flagged tanker seized by Indonesia in January over the suspected illegal transfer of oil has been released.



Tanker’s impossible voyage signals new sanction evasion ploy

(Jun 03 2021)

The Cyprus-flagged oil tanker Berlina impossible journey may show the next frontier in the evolving methods used by rogue states and their enablers to fool satellite-based tracking systems so that they can circumvent sanctions without detection.



Strike continues at Libyan port as tanker diverts

(Feb 11 2021)

A tanker has been forced to divert from Libya's Marsa el-Hariga terminal, where strike action among guards has prevented crude from being exported for two weeks.




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June-July 2021

Stena Bulk and decarbonisation - how BHP makes decarbonisation work financially - update on worldwide piracy - managing security risks of ECDIS - tanker inert gas systems