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Capesize The Capesize market found little to cheer about this week as it again endured remarkable lo [...]

AET, one of the leading petroleum tanker owners and operators, has a long tradition of naming its ve [...]

A container shortage and freight hikes across Europe led to a sharp increase in imported shred price [...]

VLCC The market in the Middle East was again static, with the uncertainties caused by the ongoing ef [...]

Air emissions from ocean-going shipping have negative effects on human health and the natural enviro [...]

IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim has spoken of the “urgent need” to develop concrete measures to sup [...]

China has been a major driver of global shipping trade in the tanker, dry bulk and container segment [...]

When a ship bound for east Africa was detained in Portland off the south coast of England in Novembe [...]

ETF Trends CEO Tom Lydon discussed the ETFMG Breakwave Dry Bulk Shipping ETF (BDRY) on this week’s “ [...]

Milaha, Qatar’s leading maritime transport and logistics conglomerate, took part as a prestigious Go [...]

Elcome International hosted a special meeting of the IMarEST UAE branch to discuss the future of mar [...]

HIGHLIGHTS • Operating income of USD 40.4 million (Q4 2018: USD 29.2m) • EBITDA of USD 7.4m (USD 5.9 [...]

Ocean shipping is awash in bad news, but in at least one segment — product tankers — rates are holdi [...]

The outbreak of the novel coronavirus, recently dubbed COVID-19, continues to generate massive econo [...]

Global economies were already not at their healthiest when Covid-19 arrived to shut down cities, cur [...]

The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index rose for a fifth straight session on Friday, ending hig [...]

The composite index decreased 5.8% this week similarly, 1.9% down when compared with same period of [...]

BlueWater Reporting is closely monitoring blanked sailings on the Asia-North America and Asia-North [...]

A new “freshwater” charge that came in this month to help the Panama Canal cope with climate change [...]

Shipping

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In June 2008, S&P Global Platts launched the world's first daily iron ore price assessment, [...]

If electric vehicles, which rely wholly or partly on electricity stored in batteries as their source [...]

Steel consumers and producers in the US are duking it out. The battle is mostly under the radar and [...]

The longer China delays publishing its detailed trade data for April, the more it is feeding specula [...]

Attendance was greater than ever at the IATA Fuel Forum in London. Ease of location was no doubt a f [...]

The metallurgical coal market has been abuzz with chatter since reports last week of a $70 billion p [...]

Global oil demand growth was a much heralded sidekick to supply cuts that rebalanced the market in r [...]

Global oil demand growth was a much heralded sidekick to supply cuts that rebalanced the market in r [...]

Attendance was greater than ever at the IATA Fuel Forum in London. Ease of location was no doubt a f [...]

Since 1988, S&P Global Platts has published a monthly survey tracking OPEC crude oil production [...]

Since a collaboration with Intercontinental Exchange took effect six months ago, S&P Global Plat [...]

Global oil prices fell by up to 3% Friday after Saudi Arabia said it is working on a plan with allie [...]

Ever since Canada’s Liberal government came to power in late 2015, the 525,000 b/d Northern Gateway [...]

Since January S&P Global Platts quality differentials for the gangue elements such as [...]

As global crude oil has hit the $80/b mark, the industry is now wondering if there is a magic price [...]

US crude imports into the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port appear to be on an upswing in May alongside th [...]

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Dry Bulk

Capesize The Capesize market found little to cheer about this week as it again endured remarkable lo [...]

Asian markets are seeking Russian coals, Katerina Bosov, commercial director of Sibanthracite group [...]

The outbreak of the novel coronavirus, recently dubbed COVID-19, continues to generate massive econo [...]

The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index rose for a fifth straight session on Friday, ending hig [...]

China’s iron ore futures rose on Friday, marking their longest streak of gains since June 2016, as c [...]

Today, Friday, February 21 2020, the Baltic Dry Index climbed by 15 points, reaching 497 points. Bal [...]

The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index rose for the fifth straight session on Thursday, suppor [...]

The shipping industry is in front of a monumental shift in its way of doing business, as the risk as [...]

The daily coal burn rate at China’s six major coastal power plants has come in today at 421,000 tons [...]

Star Bulk Carriers Corp., a global shipping company focusing on the transportation of dry bulk cargo [...]

Australian miner Fortescue said that its iron ore shipments remain on schedule and that it had not h [...]

Today, Thursday, February 20 2020, the Baltic Dry Index climbed by 17 points, reaching 482 points. B [...]

GoodBulk Ltd., a leading owner and operator of dry bulk vessels, yesterday announced its financial r [...]

The Capesize market has long been in negative territory, leaving ship owners with older ships in the [...]

The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index rose on Wednesday as rates improved across all vessel s [...]

Navios Maritime Holdings Inc., a global seaborne shipping and logistics company, yesterday reported [...]

India is aiming become self-sufficient in thermal coal from financial year 2023-2024, said Pralhad J [...]

Today, Wednesday, February 19 2020, the Baltic Dry Index climbed by 15 points, reaching 465 points. [...]

Brazil could export 9 million mt of soybeans in February, up 80% year on year, as harvesting continu [...]

The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index rose to a two-week high on Tuesday, as higher rates for [...]

Port News

Stocks of imported iron ore at China’s 45 major ports under Mysteel’s weekly survey dipped by anothe [...]

The Port Authority Network of Northern Tyrrhenian Sea hosted the 2nd SMOOTH PORTS partner meeting in [...]

The construction of more ports along the Mekong River has been planned with an aim to improve the tr [...]

An affiliate of Qatar Petroleum (QP) and the French LNG terminal operator Elengy, a subsidiary of EN [...]

U.S.-based bulk liquid storage providers Contanda LLC (“Contanda”) and BW Terminals, Inc. (“BW Termi [...]

Gasoline stocks held in independent storage in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp (ARA) refining and st [...]

GT USA Wilmington has been recognized for Safe Quality Food Safety (SQF) Code for Storage and Distri [...]

The Nassau Container Port’s operator yesterday said its 2020 profits could beat the prior year by as [...]

We refer Members to previous circulars resting with ours dated 1 June 2015 on the Regulations of the [...]

Port Houston in Texas, US has selected a lead engineer and designer for part of its project to widen [...]

Namport eyes closer cooperation with the strategic Port of Dunkirk in France, which sits at the hear [...]

Bahamian ports will face a full security drill later this year, the country’s international standard [...]

Imagine a situation where Kenya is trading with the whole world, producing world-class products and [...]

Coronavirus Epidemiological Alert: free pratique requirements for cruise vessels Friday, February 21 [...]

The new Vado Gateway terminal, located in Vado Ligure, Italy, received its first commercial service [...]

Singapore’s residual fuel oil inventories jumped 10% to their highest in more than nine months, in t [...]

The new coronavirus outbreak is having a major impact on the shipping industry and port operations i [...]

The Board of Directors of PPA S.A. approved the Annual Financial results 2019 (the full package of a [...]

The demand for LNG, bio and low-sulphur bunkers has increased enormously in Rotterdam over the past [...]

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