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LNG carriers begin using the northern sea route

Rosatom, which oversees the northern sea route, has granted permits for several LNG carriers and four Gabon-flagged crude tankers to transit the route using icebreaker assistance

Ship operations Ports and Logistics

Fatalities from accidents in enclosed spaces on the up

InterManager has submitted data to the International Maritime Organization’s sub-committee on the Implementation of IMO Instruments and has urged the shipping sector to reduce the time between an accident occurring and a final report being published

Safety Dry Bulk

HD KSOE’s STX Heavy takeover approved with safeguards for rivals

South Korean government conditionally approves the deal. It is concerned a de facto monopoly could prevent the supply of a key ship engine component to competitors such as Hanwha Engine

Consolidation Shipbuilding

Adani gets nod to build Vietnamese port

The port will feature container terminals as well as multipurpose berths, as Adani looks to expand its network of international assets

Ports and Logistics Containers

The week in charts: Container rates in ‘doom loop’ | Global oil demand continues to slow | Panama Canal transits jump in June

Asia-US west coast spot rates are now on par with Covid-era peaks and the latest report from the International Energy Agency suggests vessels are switching to clean products, which could drive rates down

Week in Charts Containers

CMA CGM linked to $2.6bn containership newbuilding contract

KSOE subsidiaries HD Hyundai HI and HD Hyundai Samho will each build six LNG dual-fuel boxships, with delivery during 2028

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