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A new whitepaper from Chevron describes the development of a lubrication strategy for methanol-fuelled vessels. Since the Annex VI sulphur…

It is twenty years since the first ever ECDIS type-approval certificate to the IMO performance standards was issued by the…

At the beginning of this week a number of shipping industry bodies and environmental NGOs issued a joint statement calling…

After NOx, the next family of exhaust gases to attract regulatory attention was sulphur oxides or SOx. Emissions are covered…

There has been something of a debate on online news services this week over whether scrubbers are a good or…

Subdividing ships and consequently watertight doors predate the *Titanic* and have roots going back around 1,000 years. The development of…

Compressors on ships are closely related to pumps and are found on every ship and are used in a variety…

Identifying the regulations that cover ancillary machinery equipment and systems is not always the easiest task. While things such as…

Several interesting views were expressed at the Transas Global Conference being held in Malta yesterday. Discussing the future of shipping…

Corporate law firm Norton Rose Fullbright’s annual survey of the transport industries paints a gloomy picture as far as shipping…

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