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15
Feb 2019

The Ministry of Transport is currently analysing public and sector input into a decision on whether New Zealand should sign up to the international treaty restricting air emissions from ships.

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14
Feb 2019

A robber attacked and stole fuel from a bulk carrier anchored at China’s Caofeidian Anchorage last weekend.

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14
Feb 2019

Royal HaskoningDHV, in partnership with the Bangladesh University of Engineering Technology, has been selected as the master plan consultant for the Payra Deep Sea Port Development Project.

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14
Feb 2019

Four private companies are said to have agreed to purchase marine fuel from state-owned Pertamina.

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13
Feb 2019

Three incidents of armed robbery against ships were reported in Asia in January 2019 compared with 11 incidents during January 2018.

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13
Feb 2019

4.20 million metric tonnes (mt) of bunker fuel were sold at the Port of Singapore during January – 100,000 mt (2.3%) less than the 4.30 million mt recorded in December 2018.

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04
Feb 2019

Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) has announced the principal contractors for its AUS$158 million Brisbane International Cruise Terminal, paving the way for construction to begin in the coming months.

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04
Feb 2019

The company, which is currently working on a debt restructuring strategy, issued the profit warning on the back of reduced business in its international trading and bunkering operations and continuing depressed freight rates.

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03
Feb 2019

ABS has granted an Approval in Principle (AIP) to Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Group Co’s  (DSIC) designs for a bulk carrier and Very Large Ore Carrier (VLOC) powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG).

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01
Feb 2019

“K” Line is testing a binary cycle power generation system which uses waste heat from the ship’s main engine to generate electricity and save on fuel.

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