Hundreds of owners left on tenterhooks as hearing may not be until 2017
- Singapore credit ruse contributed to OW Bunker collapse, legal report finds
- Danish state prosecutor launches criminal probe over OW Bunker collapse
- Soyuz withdraws Rotterdam OW Bunker unjust enrichment case against Wilson
Models for slow steaming and larger tonnage both called into question by cheap...Asia-Europe container volumes shrink almost...
Master sentenced to two years in prison for crime against the environmentMSC Monica refloats after running aground off...
Delivery of liquefied natural gas as fuel expected to start in 2017 in SingaporeGlobal ports should be ready for LNG...
Yangtze River Delta is first of three Chinese ECAs to announce firm plans for a cap on fuel sulphur contentInternational Bunker Industry Association picks Simon Neo as Asia regional manager
Portents for year ahead 'not all bad', Greiner says
Lloyd's List Outlook 2016
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