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Latest From Shipbuilding

Call for scrubber phase-out on ships on environmental concerns

International Council on Clean Transportation says scrubber technology substantially reduced sulphur dioxide emissions, but carbon dioxide, particulate matter and black carbon emissions were higher than using marine gasoil

International Environment

EU to tighten recycling rules amid coronavirus uncertainty

The obligation for an Inventory of Hazardous Materials for ships calling at EU ports has been complicated by the coronavirus pandemic

Europe Lloyds List magazine

Newbuild orders look set to regain pace in 2021

The latest Lloyd’s List Intelligence Shipbuilding Outlook shows contracts for 2020 at historical lows, but prospects are much brighter for next year, amid hope that Covid-induced uncertainty will be lifted

International Lloyds List magazine

Offshore wind needs $12bn of investments in new vessels

Recent initial public offerings of vessel installation and support services companies are indicative of the slow but growing interest in the sector. As the size of turbine blades increase, the need for larger vessels grows

Environment Offshore

Starved shipbuilders offered ray of light

Owners are returning to yards fuelled by improved freight market sentiment and low ship prices. However, shipyards must be vigilant about the repercussion of loss-making orders that could be amplified by continued weakening of the US dollar

International Shipbuilding

From the News Desk: Disappointment at slow pace of IMO green progress

A new short-term hybrid technical and operational measure, which will see new energy efficiency requirements from 2023 and mandatory carbon intensity targets from 2026, was approved by the International Maritime Organization’s Marine Environment Protection Committee last week

From the News Desk Environment
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Latest From Yard Talk

Yard Talk | Shipbuilders vie for MSC ultra large boxship order

It remains to be seen how China’s shipbuilders will collaborate with compatriot leasing lenders to consummate the deals

Yard Talk China

Yard Talk | Why China is looking to China to support its shipping strategy

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

Asia Pacific Containers

Yard Talk | Japanese builders set out pathways to zero-emission ships

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

Japan Yard Talk

Bahri brings in more VLCCs as Saudi oil cargoes head out

Ongoing Saudi strategy to flood the market with oil sees Bahri charter in another two VLCCs within five days

Saudi Arabia Coronavirus

Yard Talk | Target for new orders looks a tall order

Demand for both LNG carrier and large containership newbuildings this year may fall short of expectations due to the coronavirus outbreaks

Asia Pacific Containers

Yard Talk | Who will blink first?

Japan is one of the five foreign jurisdictions whose anti-trust authorities can throw a spanner in the works of the HHI-DSME megamerger 

Asia Pacific Containers
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