The Fjords DA is delaying a planned move into Oslo, with the news that the all-electric Legacy of The Fjords will now be delivered from specialist shipyard Brødrene Aa on 1 May 2020. The company, which currently operates 11 vessels serving Western Norway’s spectacular fjords area, had arranged delivery of the futuristic 400 PAX catamaran for 2 July this year. However, issues finalizing the required battery-loading infrastructure within the Oslo harbour area have led to a reappraisal of the launch schedule.

Full transparency in real time as well as significantly increased efficiency for refrigerated transport chains – trade fair from February 6 to 8 in Berlin

After a difficult few years, the oil and gas exploration sector is back in the black – and keen to stay there, according to new analysis from Wood Mackenzie.

With growing backing from regional maritime key players, the event will continue an upward trend, further elevate UAE’s global ranking, and help propel the GCC towards the elite tier.

The biennial Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum returns this May to Athens for its fifth consecutive edition at a new venue and celebrates the industry’s renewed optimism for East Med cruising. Following a sharp three-year slump due to geopolitical tensions, some of the region’s key destinations, homeports and host countries are experiencing the first promising signs of recovery.

2018 saw a sea-change in attitudes and actions towards LNG as a marine fuel. By March, of the 94 cruise ships on the global order-book, 18 under construction were LNG-powered. This represented 20 percent of all newbuildings for the cruise industry but 25 percent of newbuilding capacity due to the size of the vessels ordered. The world’s first fully LNG-fueled cruise ship, SEA\LNG member Carnival’s AIDAnova entered service in December with a further seven LNG-powered cruise ships ordered by Carnival to be operational by end 2022.

Together with PortBase, the cooperating sector organisations in Dutch ports launched the campaign website This enables exporters, importers and their logistics service providers to see at a glance what they need to do to transport their cargo quickly to the United Kingdom after Brexit. The launch of the website signalled the start of the international information campaign that aims to support the entire logistics chain in the run up to Brexit.

Global Witness reveals today that an opaque Guernsey-owned company’s oil rights threatening a protected national park in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) could be null and void, according to our legal analysis.

· 2018, a year of structural changes, including a major move towards deleveraging

· Expected revenue growth of 5.2% in 2018 compared to previous year (5.4% at constant currency)

· Net debt down to $1,190 million as of December 31,2018, representing a very significant decrease of 43% compared to $2,089 million a year earlier

On Monday, 18 February 2019, the annual press conference of the Port of Hamburg will take place at the Elb-Panorama, Atlantic-Haus, 20th floor, Bernhard-Nocht-Straße 113, 
20359 Hamburg. It starts at 10 a.m. (reception with breakfast from 9:30 a.m.).

Hong Kong's insurance regulator, the Insurance Authority (IA), has granted Britannia a licence to underwrite business from its Hong Kong office.

LAUNCHED TODAY: Maritime 2050 is the first long term strategy for the UK's maritime sector

The Clean Shipping Alliance (CSA) 2020 has called upon the global maritime industry not to single out scrubber wash waters when coastal states and port authorities adopt local regulations to lessen the impact of ship operations on their ports and harbours.

Dr Lam Pin Min, Senior Minister of State for Transport and Health, announced two initiatives for the maritime industry at the Singapore Shipping Association's (SSA) Annual Lunar New Year Cocktail Reception yesterday evening. The two initiatives, the Singapore War Risks Insurance Conditions (SWRIC) and the development of an inter-operability framework for electronic trade documents for the maritime and trade industries, will strengthen Singapore's standing as a leading global maritime hub.

Tromso-based Dualog has taken shipboard cyber security to a higher level by launching a new service that promises to totally protect vessels and their onboard IT systems even before an attack occurs.


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