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Latest From Shipbuilding
The future of liquefied natural gas in marine bunkers ‘remains uncertain for the time being’, resulting some newbuilding orders being cancelled, according to Opec
Demand for mid-sized containerships is increasing. The latest order, thought to be on behalf of ONE, will use traditional propulsion
Owners remain unfazed by the Evergrande situation as a potential slowdown in China would be offset by growth in the rest of the world
As a percentage of the existing fleet, the orderbook looks relatively restrained. But the contracted order this year has already broken previous records for newbuilding orders
The UN agency is reviewing claims that IMO numbers are being issued for ships that don’t exist
Vessel’s sale for $23.7m follows disposal earlier this year of two other sister kamsarmaxes
Latest From Yard Talk
Chinese yards are facing challenges from South Korean competitors, which have pledged to reach carbon neutrality by 2050. They are expected to be burdened with extra technical requirements and financial costs driven by China’s decarbonisation strategy
Industry expert suggests China should first create a road map from the top that carefully assesses the feasibility of different fuel options and design a suitable pathway towards green shipping
Shell is said to be considering the high pressure, ME-GI main engine, which can almost eliminate the methane slip from liquefied natural gas, for its dual-fuel VLCC newbuilding project in South Korea. But one big shortcoming of more advanced technology is: it’s expensive
It remains to be seen how China’s shipbuilders will collaborate with compatriot leasing lenders to consummate the deals
China has long sought to support the basic strategic goal of more Chinese cargo being carried by more Chinese ships, but never quite managed to pull it off. The shifting economic conditions, however, may well present the perfect opportunity to finally cement ‘guohuo guoyun’ as a reality and China’s shipyards will be reaping the rewards
The head of shipbuilding at Japan’s transport ministry outlines the country’s roadmap to zero-emission ships, and offers views on industry consolidation and state subsidies
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