Helsinki assesses package to create more eco-friendly ships
- Finland gets tough on SOx cheats
- Owners monitoring CO2 and fuel use claim commercial advantages
- Finnlines reports its strongest quarter in eight years
Uniform approach to inspections is lacking with only six months to go until new...Maersk Line warns low-sulphur rules could add...
Classification society promotes safe LNG bunkeringShell agrees to supply LNG bunkers from...
Shipowner and operator group aims to create level playing field on sulphur...Owners monitoring CO2 and fuel use claim...
North European port states collaborate informally on emission monitoringPrice war looms as ECA could add $184m a year to Baltic feeder costs
Discount will run for four years from January 2015
Playing by the rules
Lloyd's List offers a guide to the regulatory rush about to hit shipping
Must environmentalism end up, because of its zeal, harming the environment more?
Greater steel production will support high scrap prices, argues McQuilling
Super-alliances: Too much market power in too few hands?/ll/images/pollbar.png;jsessionid=BEC418304BC6206EC5143BC3386BED2B
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