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ABS leads joint venture to tackle dangerous cargo

Class society and safety group join forces in effort to reduce incidence of fires from dangerous goods stored on container vessels

International North America

LNG capacity expecting approval hits new high

The US will be home to almost half of new LNG capacity to be sanctioned this year, while Qatar is predicted to catch up in 2020

International Energy

Chartworld charged by US in Marpol-related case

Greek company and chief engineer face prosecution for alleged irregularities after elderly reefer docks in Delaware

North America Ship repair

Vancouver coal terminal dredging could be positive for capesizes

The dredging works, which should take place from August this year to February 2020, will create deeper water depths at the terminal allowing for capesize vessels to be fully loaded while at berth

North America Canada

Container freight rates tracking 10% ahead of last year

Rising demand for container slots out of China could see ocean freight rates continuing to make gains on the Asia-Europe trade throughout May if carriers ration capacity

Asia Pacific Europe

Venture Global plans a third LNG export terminal on the US Gulf

The company proposes a 20m to 24m tonnes per annum-capacity facility that will deliver first gas at the end of 2023
North America United States

Bolivia to invest in Argentina LNG terminals

New terminals will facilitate greater gas sales from Argentina’s Vaca Muerta shale play

South America Argentina

US oil waivers end as Iranian crude exports slump in April

UPDATED: Brent crude traded as high as $74.67 per barrel on Tuesday morning, although it later steadied to $74.12 on London’s ICE Futures Europe exchange

Tankers and Gas Political Risk and Trade

High US retail inventories threaten to dampen transpacific growth

Growth on the China-US trades could be muted this year as retailers try to lower inventory levels pushed up by the threat of a trade war

Asia Pacific North America
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