Oil, Gas and Chemical Handling News

  08 Jan 2019
Peter Sand, BIMCO, analyses how the market has fared

  07 Dec 2018
Cees Boon, Safety Advisor at the Port of Rotterdam, has showcased a new LNG bunkering audit tool developed by the International Association of Ports and Harbours

  06 Dec 2018
Maritime Blockchain Labs has announced that its first demonstrator project, a fuel provenance register for the maritime sector, is set to enter a phase of further development

  05 Dec 2018
Carrier wants to have eco-friendly vessels by 2030

  26 Nov 2018
The Port of Corpus Christi has announced that it will receive an additional US$59 million in funding for its Ship Channel Improvement Project

  19 Nov 2018
New vessel is part of carrier’s long term green plans

  16 Nov 2018
Government investment looks to create new modern transport hub

  05 Nov 2018
The International Maritime Organization has outlined its plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, by implementing energy-efficiency measures for ships and promoting technology transfer

  05 Nov 2018
The benefits are clear, but questions remain over its viability

  31 Oct 2018
Police are treating explosion as an ‘industrial accident’

  23 Oct 2018
Clean Arctic Alliance calls on industry to commit to fuel measures

  22 Oct 2018
Ship will part of company’s 'Big Data' initiative

  15 Oct 2018
Images from French Ministry of Defence show aftermath of October 7 smash

  12 Oct 2018
French Navy on hand to ease effects of pollution

  11 Oct 2018
Traders predict Washington to benefit thanks to superior refining

  09 Oct 2018
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore has headed a multi-agency Joint Oil Spill Exercise, demonstrating Singapore's readiness to respond to oil spills at sea

  28 Sep 2018
Logistics leader to introduce electric trucks by 2020

  28 Sep 2018
Edition 79 is here, and with so many incredible papers to choose from, here are the top six to help you start!

  27 Sep 2018
This year marks 70 years since its founding

  25 Sep 2018
The Head of Air Pollution and Energy Efficiency at the International Maritime Organization has kept firm on the dates set for the new sulphur limits