By C.F. St. Clair For sjipping, a critical announcement from COP26 was the U.S. move, along with 14 other countries, to sign a Declaration on Zero Emission Shipping by 2050. That is
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) reports that an IMO working group session that concluded today has made progress on the issue of imposing some form of carbon levy on shipping. According
Governments controlling a major share of the world merchant fleet yesterday submitted a “moon shot” proposal to to the United Nations International Maritime Organization (IMO), calling for the establishment of a $5
Dry bulk operators’ association INTERCARGO reports that it has learned that, in a number of instances, charterers in the dry bulk sector have been preventing much needed crew changes from taking place
INTERCARGO (the International Association of Dry Cargo Shipowners) is warning that there is no room for complacency, even though there has been no reported loss of a bulk carrier in 2018. It
APRIL 25, 2017 — The U.S. dry bulk market will face a shortfall of vessels in a few years of time unless owners of this type of vessel can persuade the U.S.
MAY 1, 2015 — Shipowners’ organizations are “deeply concerned” that IMO’s Ballast Water Management Convention could soon come into force without an implementation schedule that recognizes the need for shipowners to fit