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Heavy fuel oil confirmed to be leaking from Sanchi

ITOPF says dark patches seen on the water earlier are from sunken tanker's bunkers

Asia Pacific China

Stena Bulk eyes product tanker expansion as earnings prospects brighten

Rates could push up from the second half of 2018, says Erik Hånell

International Europe

China deploys more vessels to tackle Sanchi oil slick

Four oil patches discovered over an area of 101 sq km, spreading from 69 sq km earlier

Asia Pacific China

New EU waste strategy targets port reception rules

New proposed anti-waste rules oblige all owners to contribute

EU Environment

WEF says cyber security tops global risks concerns

Environmental, economic, and geopolitical risk are all major concerns for business, according to the World Economic Forum; however, cyber security is top of the agenda

International Asia Pacific

Precious says poor communication behind Norway fund decision

Eighty per cent of all ships are recycled on the Indian subcontinent, what we had done was no different, argues Khalid Hashim

Asia Pacific Thailand

Norwegian fund dumps shipping companies in ethics push

Fund cuts links to Evergreen Marine Corp, Korea Line Corp, Precious Shipping and Thoresen Thai Agencies over environmental and human rights claims

Norway Evergreen

Drifting Sanchi oil spill threatens Japanese coast

ITOPF downplays potential damage to Japan

Asia Pacific China

Shipowners risk losing insurance cover if sulphur cap breached

Marsh warns shipowners not to assume insurance cover will automatically continue when stringent global rules on sulphur emissions come into effect in less than two years

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