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Shell-linked LNG bunker barge ready for US operations

The new ships will help in the development of a liquefied natural gas bunkering network in the southeastern US, in particular around the US Gulf and South Atlantic coasts — regions in which demand for liquefied natural gas is growing — along with the Caribbean itself

US States Tankers and Gas

DNV GL rebrands after strategy review

DNV believes the coming decade will be transformational for the shipping industry, especially in its focus on sustainability goals. The rebranding is in line with new goals

International Classification

Lloyd's Register assembles decarbonisation advisory panel

Lloyd’s Register taps Maersk, Carnival and Orsted representatives as well as government and NGO experts as first members of its new decarbonisation hub’s advisory panel

International Lloyds Register

Remote surveys are the new reality — but we will meet again

DNV GL Maritime chief executive officer Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen embraces remote surveys, but reminds us that nature has equipped humans with the best sensors of all — eyes, and ears

Classification Technology and Innovation

Class association changes governance rules

The International Association of Classification Societies will move away from its current fixed-one year leadership rotation and will introduce elections for chairs with two-year terms and allow for re-elections

International Classification

Compensation claim against Rina can be heard, Italian Supreme Court rules

Decision could have worldwide implications for litigation against class in the wake of future fatal casualties

Italy Classification
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