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In a market with subdued earnings and inflated asset values, spending twice the price of a secondhand ship to build a liquefied natural gas-fuelled capesize and earn the same charter rate lacks sense
The International Maritime Organization has the potential to address all the issues of the current time, says secretary-general candidate
Maritime Singapore is a strong partnership of government, employers and unions, says senior minister
‘There is a realisation seeping across the world that what we have been told about renewable energy getting cheaper and cheaper is not true,’ says Core Power chief executive Mikal Bøe, whose nuclear energy business serves the maritime industry
Kenyan candidate to run the International Maritime Organization champions Africa’s positioning in relation to shipping’s decarbonisation efforts. ‘If you talk about decarbonisation, you will have to [take into account] Africa’s potential’, she told Singapore Maritime Week
Decarbonisation centre’s ammonia bunkering study found that risks identified for conducting pilots were low or mitigable
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