“Middle East shipping stabilized by UK navy”

London - Britain’s decision to send warships to the Strait of Hormuz has helped to stabilize commercial shipping, says a top British navy official


UAE award refinery construction deal to Spain

Dubai - The United Arab Emirates’ Brooge Petroleum and Gas Investment Co has awarded a contract to Spain’s SENER engineering group to build a new oil refinery in Fujairah. The plant will produce fuel that complies with new international laws capping sulphur content in shipping


Fire breaks out on tanker in Norway

Oslo - A fire onboard an oil tanker at Norway’s Sture crude export terminal broke out in the engine room of the Dubai Harmony tanker during loading at the Equinor oil terminal on Norway’s west coast


“Gibraltar acted in good faith over Adrian Darya 1”

London - Gibraltar acted in good faith when it released the Adrian Darya 1 tanker and Iran broke assurances it had given not to sell the crude oil to Syria


South Korea’s shipbuilding rising on order intakes

Seoul - Share prices of South Korean shipbuilders are sailing higher following massive orders in recent months, Seoul’s press agency Yonhap wrote on Friday

Casanova new chief financial officer of CMA CGM
Gazprom studies consequences of EU court Opal ruling
Rotterdam uses the web to rise its efficiency

Rotterdam uses the web to rise its efficiency

Rotterdam - The port of Rotterdam has introduced a new online tool for reserving berths. “The agent simply has to enter the date of arrival, the duration of the stay, the name and length of the ship in the system”

Ocean 7 and United Heavy join forces
China exempts some U.S. goods from retaliatory tariffs as fresh talks loom
Aramco pursues IPO with local listing plan as lines up banks
Antwerp port, Amazon test drones
Hyundai Glovis car carrier listing off coast of U.S. state of Georgia
Chinese President Xi Jinping to visit Brazil in November for BRICS summit


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