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Boxships are major contributor to GHG emissions

Study claims just 2,000 container vessels cause one-third of emissions from deepsea cargo shipping, while bulkers and tankers are three times more efficient

International IMO

Sovcomflot targets continued growth

Sovcomflot’s chief financial officer tells Lloyd’s List that the company has an $8.4bn backlog from long-term contracts

Tankers and Gas Russian Federation

Poland’s DCT Gdansk terminal sold

The new owners of the DCT Gdansk terminal, which is expected to reach full capacity utilisation in coming years, say they plan to explore the construction of a new expansion area and further increases in capacity

International Containers

ExxonMobil preparing to supply IMO-compliant fuel

Company has named Antwerp, Rotterdam, Genoa, Marseilles, Singapore, Laem Chabang (Thailand) and Hong Kong where compliant fuels will initially be available, with locations in North America to follow

International Bunkers

Spain backs Mediterranean emissions control area

Spain favours an emissions control area in the Mediterranean but warns against a unilateral move by the European Union


TEN charters out two LNG ships

With two vessels fixed on accretive medium-term charters, the company is examining further expansion in the sector

LNG Ship operations

Sulphur cap could spur transhipment and slow steaming

The extent of either practice will hinge on how successful carriers are in recouping fuel costs from shippers, according to Drewry

International Containers

Is the US west coast big-ship ready?

Terminals in the Californian ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are able to handle ships of 18,000 teu or larger, but is the inland transport network able to cope with the cargo bulge each time a ULC is unloaded?

North America United States

Wilhelmsen drone project makes first shore-to-ship delivery

Autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles or drones can potentially reduce delivery costs by up to 90% in some ports and have a smaller carbon footprint than launches

Singapore Offshore
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