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Scrubber-fitted dry bulk vessels could be earning a significant premium over those burning more expe [...]

Spot day charter rates for LNG carriers have hit their highest levels since mid-2012 on the back of [...]

In its latest research report, Dynamar B.V. Examines the West Africa container trade. West Africa co [...]

As the International Maritime Organization’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC 73) gathe [...]

The International Maritime Organization is much like the large commercial ships it regulates in one [...]

IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC 73) has begun a busy session (22-26 October). On [...]

The Singapore bunker market is getting ready to redistribute Bomin’s bunker sales volumes among exis [...]

The Methanol Institute has welcomed the findings of the MethaShip research project which has conclud [...]

Verifavia, the world’s leading emissions verification company for the transport sector (aviation and [...]

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF [...]

Scorpio Bulkers Inc., reported its results for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2018. T [...]

On 18 October, in Rotterdam (Netherlands), Konstantin G. Palnikov, Director General of Russian Marit [...]

The EU and Singapore signed landmark agreements during last week’s Asia-Europe summit. “European shi [...]

ABS granted Approval in Principle (AIP) to Hyundai Heavy Industries’ (HHI) Deepwater Floating Liquef [...]

Pavilion Energy has signed an agreement with BW Group (BW) for the long-term charter of two M-type, [...]

The shipping ministry will review the cabotage policy next year and introduce changes if Indian ship [...]

The power of gender diversity will be amongst several topical discussion points at this year’s Seatr [...]

On October 18, at the company’s training center “K” Line Maritime Academy Philippines (KLMA(Phil)) i [...]

The NYK-operated pure car and truck carrier (PCTC) Hercules Leader has been recognized with a specia [...]

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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 [...]

Tight product availability -- particularly for RMG 380 CST bunker fuel -- plagued the Northwest... [...]

Crude oil exports out of the US Gulf Coast have shrunk on soaring freight rates... [...]

Freight rates for Aframax vessels carrying cargoes on both upcoast and trans-Atlantic routes continu [...]

Critically low water levels on the River Rhine, the main European shipping artery, are jeopardizing. [...]

The European fuel oil market was shaken Friday by news that the Trump administration may... [...]

Dry Bulk

Scrubber-fitted dry bulk vessels could be earning a significant premium over those burning more expe [...]

Scorpio Bulkers Inc., reported its results for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2018. T [...]

Today, Monday , October 22 2018, the Baltic Dry Index climbed by 3 points, reaching 1579 points. Bal [...]

Capesize A positive end to last week after a shaky start, with a Coaltrans taking participants out o [...]

China’s soybean imports are set to drop by a quarter in the last three months of 2018, their biggest [...]

Today, Friday , October 19 2018, the Baltic Dry Index climbed by 11 points, reaching 1576 points. Ba [...]

The dry bulk market fundamentals seem to indicate that a late-year surge in on the cards, at least f [...]

Panamax dry bulk vessel rates have surged 18% over the past month to near five-year highs amid stron [...]

For ordinary Iranians, a sudden shortage of tomato paste, is an omen that U.S. sanctions, combined w [...]

Today, Thursday , October 18 2018, the Baltic Dry Index climbed by 11 points, reaching 1565 points. [...]

BHP’s first-quarter iron ore production has risen 8 per cent on the back of strong Chinese demand fo [...]

Today, Wednesday , October 17 2018, the Baltic Dry Index decreased by 24 points, reaching 1554 point [...]

Coal imports by India are set to reach 164 million tonnes (MT) against the earlier forecast of 158 M [...]

In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Allied Shipbroking said that it was “a relatively quiet week [...]

Today, Tuesday, October 16 2018, the Baltic Dry Index decreased by 6 points, reaching 1578 points. B [...]

As the dry bulk market sentiment is improving, on the back of positive fundamentals and a significan [...]

It’s tempting to look at the relative resilience of China’s imports of major commodities in Septembe [...]

Growing export demand for US coking coal has supported prices, and rising shipment volumes into Indi [...]

Today, Monday , October 15 2018, the Baltic Dry Index climbed by 5 points, reaching 1584 points. Bal [...]

Indonesia wants to export more coal in order to earn U.S. dollars to shore up its faltering currency [...]

Port News

The largest container port JNPT is mulling to acquire three ports in Maharashtra, as it targets to m [...]

Bangladesh will evaluate cautiously a recent Indian offer asking the country to use its Kolkata and [...]

In what could mark the start of intense competition among four container terminals located across th [...]

Workers at Croatia’s largest shipbuilding group Uljanik on Monday held their second strike in less t [...]

Speed restriction to protect whales Monday, October 22, 2018, Mid-Atlantic, United States The Nation [...]

All Iranian exporters and importers can now employ cheaper foreign currency rates used in the govern [...]

A tweak to the policy on how containers are handled at ports is in the works. That could make a sign [...]

A “digital twin” of the upcoming Tuas Terminal mega port is being developed to help researchers eval [...]

Piraeus Port Authority (PPA), operator of Greece’s largest port, wants the Greek government to speed [...]

Maqta Gateway LLC, an Abu Dhabi Ports subsidiary, announced that it is to carry out its first testin [...]

EU Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc launched the European network for drone demonstration project [...]

The Red Sea state of Eritrea may play a key role in DP World Ltd.’s plans in the Horn of Africa, whe [...]

Officially launched on October 17, the connection sees trains depart from Melzo east of Milan three [...]

The dock workers’ fight for their rights outside the Karachi Press Club against the Port Qasim Autho [...]

India is weighing a rupee-rial payment mechanism for the Chabahar project in Iran as it weaves a way [...]

Ports and Shipping Minister Mahinda Samarasinghe said that the Eastern Terminal of the Colombo Port [...]

Libya’s eastern oil export port of Hariga was on Friday working normally a day after a protest at it [...]

Cargo transshipment from the Aktau port (Kazakhstan) to Azerbaijan increased by 32 percent in the fi [...]

Country’s largest container port JNPT is mulling to acquire three ports in Maharashtra, as it target [...]

On behalf of Port of Rotterdam Authority, the consortium Boskalis, Van Hattum en Blankevoort and Mob [...]

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