Lloyd's Register and Wärtsilä join in work on world's first methanol-powered vessel
- Emissions rules herald the rise of methanol
- Owners denied state aid for SOx compliance
- Aronnax: Too much choice?
Sufficient marine gasoil eases supply concerns but ultra-low sulphur fuel oil is...The cost of uncertainty: Future SOx rule...
The cost of uncertainty: Future SOx rule changes may add up to $100bn to shipping's annual fuel bill
Are shipowners increasingly confused by hybrid bunker fuels, alternatives such as...Lloyd's List launches third sulphur survey
European MRV dates confirmed while separate deadline approaches for large businesses...Industry viewpoint: the six challenges facing...
Denmark's Andreas Nordseth believes regulators must learn lessons from the difficulties with current sulphur regulationsLloyd's List launches third sulphur survey
Cruise operator to install air lubrication system in bid to cut fuel bills
A look at how innovation and technology is making shipping better
Integration in all the elements that go to make up a safe and efficient marine transport system are needed as ship design goes forward
- Pushing the boundaries of ship development as container lines demand more for less
- View from the Bridge: Jorge Quijano
- Out with the old, in with the teu?
The US has a tough but transparent approach to regulatory non-compliance. Why can't other coastal states copy this model?
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Lloyd's List at CMA 2015
News and analysis from this year's event
What Shell looks for in a vessel
Henderson sheds light on Shell's vetting practices
Is NOL ripe for merger – again?
The pared-down Singapore line suddenly looks like a good prospect for another hungry line