An official says city is drafting legislation that it aims to pass mid-year
- Hong Kong holding back on emission rules amid competitiveness concerns
- Hong Kong government to mandate low-sulphur fuel switch in 2015
- Brussels tells EU member states how many ships to check for sulphur rule compliance
Fuji Electric claims new exhaust gas-cleaning system is smallest availableShipowners challenge Brussels to listen...
Government appears to be in two minds over when to pass the legislation as it may...Carriers to extend voluntary low-sulphur...
Region's shipowners hope European Shipping Week will strengthen two-way dialogue with...Recent developments in Brussels' carbon...
At least 10% of vessels calling in European ports to be monitored for compliance, with results being made publicAronnax: No stay of regulation for UK shipping
UCL Energy Institute looking to see how favourable owners are to fuel-saving technolgy
Week on Wall Street | January 23
First Euronav, then Tankships — crude tankers are commanding attention
US laws to protect birds offer a warning over offshore wind turbines
What goes down in 2014 may go back up in 2015
The race to market green ship designs will continue
Port operator secures an environmental permit to build $1bn box hub
California statistics signal dangers of poor fuel preparation only days before low-sulphur rules are enforced
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720 (-31) Baltic Dry Index
Libyan oil exports resume after January hiatus
Small number of tankers have left the country
Greek shipping wary of election outcome
Owners want incoming government to leave industry’s framework alone
Outlook for Oil
Neil Atkinson discusses how low the oil price could go with Bloomberg