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Ship Repair

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MOL eyes ammonia-fuelled main engine order

Agreement is expected to further instil confidence in the German engine maker, which is working on projects aimed at delivering ammonia-fuelled engines by 2024

Asia Pacific Containers

Bulk Shenzhen back in operation after repairs

The 2020 Bulkers vessel has been in Zhoushan port following the collision, according to Lloyd's List Intelligence data

Dry Bulk Casualty

Daily Briefing October 4 2021

Venezuela expands deceptive shipping practices to bolster Asia crude exports | The BDI: Back to 2008, but in a good way | Do the economics of carrying boxes on bulkers stack up?

Daily Briefing International

Pizza ovens and gyms for crew on Eastern Pacific fleet

Perks include access to mental health professionals, upgraded accommodation and fitness programmes

Containers Tankers and Gas

Everfuel to supply green hydrogen to developer of fuel cells for ships

Everfuel will provide green hydrogen to power TECO 2030’s fuel cells and fuel cell-based power generators. The deal will also target ships using TECO 2030’s technology

Environment Fuels

BW LPG to retrofit six very large gas carriers with LPG propulsion

With $45m in financing secured for retrofitting the six vessels, BW LPG will have 14 vessels on the water powered by liquefied petroleum gas

BW firms Environment

Minor oil spill on Dutch river after barge and tanker collide

Two inland tankers collided in a river in the Netherlands on Monday, with each vessel sustaining damage. Both were carrying hazardous goods

Netherlands Casualty

Ever Given takes return leg through Suez Canal

The world’s best-known boxship is back in the canal that made its name. Once through, it will head to Singapore for repairs

Middle East and Africa Egypt

Samsung Heavy wins class approval for ammonia-ready tanker design

Norwegian classification society DNV has granted the approval in principle to the design

Asia Pacific Tankers and Gas
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