Request Product Review

Follow IHS Maritime on Twitter

Join IHS Maritime on Linkedin

Terms of Use

By accessing and using this website you shall be deemed to have accepted these terms and conditions in full. If you do not accept these terms and conditions in full you must leave this website immediately.

Licence

You are permitted to print and download extracts from this website for your own non-commercial use on the following basis:

  • no documents or related graphics on this website are modified in any way;
  • no graphics on this website are used separately from accompanying text; and
  • IHS Global Limited's copyright and trademark notices and this permission notice appear in all copies.

Unless otherwise stated, the copyright and other intellectual property rights in all material on this website (including without limitation photographs and graphical images) are owned by IHS Global Limited. Any use of extracts from this website other than in accordance with the above paragraph is prohibited.

Links to and from other web sites

Links to third party websites are provided solely for your convenience. IHS Global Limited has not reviewed all of these third party websites and does not control and is not responsible for these websites or their content or availability. If you decide to access any of the third party websites you do so entirely at your own risk.

Disclaimer

IHS Global Limited does not provide any warranty or assurance in respect of this website. Materials are not intended to constitute definitive advice in any specific situation. All implied warranties and conditions are excluded to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law.

IHS Global Limited accepts no responsibility for and excludes all liability, to the extent permitted by applicable law, in connection with the access and use of this website including but not limited to any liability for errors, inaccuracies, omissions or misleading or defamatory statements.

Governing law and jurisdiction

The English courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any claim arising from or related to a visit to this website. English law shall apply to these terms and conditions.

All rights reserved.

IHS Maritime Sea-web: Latest Maritime News
This Week's Lookout     Search      RSS RSS Feed

Cities will be competing to attract inward investment as globalisation and the growth of “transnational companies” reduces the relevance of nation-states, according to Menon Economics partner and chairman of the board Erik Jakobsen.  Full story >>

Trans-Atlantic trade in petrochemical industry feedstock has been bolstered by the entry into service of a 38,000 m3-capacity liquefied ethylene gas carrier for the long-term transportation of ethane from the United States to the United Kingdom.  Full story >>

Leading European tanker company Euronav has warned that tanker freight rates are likely to remain “challenging” for the rest of this year as fresh transport capacity continues to come on to the market.  Full story >>

The Baltic Exchange, which publishes dry bulk and tanker freight indices, plans to launch an index for LNG and container freight rates, its chief executive Mark Jackson said in Singapore this week.  Full story >>

Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), the world’s largest shipbuilder, announced on 26 April that its year-to-date new orders are at levels not seen since 2014.  Full story >>

The Indian port of Mundra is growing in stature as a container handling hub, with a new terminal in a JV with CMA CGM taking capacity past that of JNPT near Mumbai.  Full story >>

Jurong Port and Oiltanking Investment Holdings Pte Ltd, part of global tank storage specialist Oiltanking GmbH, have appointed Rotary Engineering to build a tank terminal on Singapore's Jurong Island, home to the city-state's petrochemical industry.  Full story >>

Brazilian miner Vale has denied that it is asking its shipowning partners to order more ore carrier newbuildings in the wake of the sinking of Stellar Daisy.  Full story >>

Hopes of demolition prices hitting the USD400 per ldt mark once again have been dashed as the market weakened again in the week ended 21 April.  Full story >>

It is too late for Frontline to halt DHT Holdings’ cash-and-stock acquisition of the very large crude carrier (VLCC) fleet of the BW Group.  Full story >>

Port state control authorities uncovered six defects on the bulker Tamar in the weeks prior to a deadly explosion on 24 April that killed two seafarers and severely injured three others.  Full story >>

UK products tanker operator James Fisher and Sons Plc has extended its bareboat charter of three 4,426 dwt products tankers from Singapore's First Ship Lease Trust.  Full story >>

© Copyright © IHS Global Limited , All Rights Reserved. | About IHS Maritime | Privacy Statement | Terms of use | Contact