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Greeks remain world’s largest shipowners

16.02.2018

Led by Greek owners, the global fleet continued to grow in 2017, albeit at a slower rate than for most of the last decade.

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Posidonia 2018 on track to become the biggest ever

16.02.2018

With some five months still to go before the June 4 opening day, Posidonia 2018 is cruising full speed ahead to yet another record-breaking year with space bookings already up by 10% compared to the same time two years ago and over 90% of exhibition floor already committed. 

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First pool for dock vessels to be created

16.02.2018

Starting from April 1st 2018 the world’s first pool for dock vessels will be created. RollDock and SAL Heavy Lift will cooperate for Roll-On / Roll-Off and Float-In / Float-Out heavy lift cargoes.

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Trading between Europe and UK to continue despite Brexit

09.02.2018

Shipping and logistics company DFDS has recorded a record result for 2017. The company reported an operating profit of DKK 2.7 billion, mainly due to the increase in volumes of the company’s ten freight routes across the North Sea.

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New Cabotage Rules Could Hurt Indonesia’s Coal Ports

09.02.2018

Indonesia's coal producers are concerned that the nation's new cabotage rules will cut down on export volumes at its coal terminals. The Indonesian Ministry of Trade has issued a regulation requiring certain goods - including coal and crude palm oil - to be exported aboard Indonesian vessels and insured with Indonesian insurers, a measure intended to boost the nation's shipping industry. 

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Why so many oil and gas projects fail to produce as planned?

09.02.2018

Half of oil and gas fields are not producing to expectations when onstream, which is mainly due to unexpected reservoir issues, according to a new study by Westwood Global Energy Group. Lessons learned from this study show that most of the subsurface risks could have been mitigated before the start of a project with more effective appraisal.

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