Growing tanker armada using cheaper fuel, setting back clean-up efforts

THE growing shadow fleet of tankers transporting sanctioned Iranian, Venezuelan and Russian oil is filling up with the cheapest fuel available, hindering efforts to use cleaner fuel, Reuters reports. Lloyd’s List Intelligence estimates the shadow fleet had grown to around 630 tankers from 530 a year ago, to make up 14.5 per cent of the overall global tanker fleet. Some industry estimates put the number even higher, at over 800 tankers. The numbers mark further rapid expansion following Moscow’s...

https://www.seanews.com.tr/growing-tanker-armada-using-cheaper-fuel-setting-back-clean-up-efforts/200615/

Συνεργασία Τρ. Πειραιώς – Dimand στον τομέα του real estate

Συνεργασία στον τομέα του real estate αναμένεται να ανακοινώσουν την επόμενη εβδομάδα η Τράπεζα Πειραιώς και η Dimand.
Σύμφωνα με πληροφορίες αφορά στη δημιουργία των νέων γραφείων της Τράπεζας Πειραιώς…

Συνεργασία Τρ. Πειραιώς – Dimand στον τομέα του real estateΗ ΝΑΥΤΕΜΠΟΡΙΚΗ

https://www.naftemporiki.gr/business/1690887/synergasia-tr-peiraios-dimand-ston-tomea-toy-real-estate/

New York’s JFK makes US$1.5 billion pitch to revamp terminal

JOHN F Kennedy International Airport is seeking funds to help it build its New Terminal One, making it the latest facility to tap investors amid an airport bond boom, reports Bloomberg. Next week, the group behind the public-private partnership running the project will offer debt to refinance part of the US$6.6 billion bank loan taken out in 2022 for the development. In November, $1.5 billion in bonds were offered to start taking down the facility, and upsized the deal to $2 billion to meet...

https://www.seanews.com.tr/new-yorks-jfk-makes-us-1-5-billion-pitch-to-revamp-terminal/200620/

78 newbuild orders placed in 2024, doubling LNG orders of 2023

THE number of LNG newbuilding orders have more than doubled from the same period last year where 34 orders were placed, compared to 78 in the first five months of 2024, an increase of 129 per cent, according to Boston-based maritime software consultancy Veson Nautical. Newbuilding prices for the Large LNG sector of 174,000 CBM are currently at an all-time high of US$269 million, up 6.1 per cent, said Veson Nautical analyst Rebecca Galanopoulos Jones. ‘At the moment, the orderbook for the Large...

https://www.seanews.com.tr/78-newbuild-orders-placed-in-2024-doubling-lng-orders-of-2023/200618/

Miami’s Amerijet reports positive momentum after restructuring

MIAMI-BASED freighter operator Amerijet is looking to the future after a difficult 12 months that have seen the airline restructure its business and fleet, reports London’s Air Cargo News. According to Amerijet CEO Joe Mozzali the airline’s troubles stemmed from there being too much capacity in a slowing air cargo market over the last couple of years and the loss of three of four key contracts with the US Postal Service and DHL. The difficulties resulted in the carrier reporting a loss of US$58...

https://www.seanews.com.tr/miamis-amerijet-reports-positive-momentum-after-restructuring/200622/

Regional Container Lines deploys cutting-edge 7,080-TEU ship

BANGKOK-BASED Regional Container Lines (RCL), a leading global shipping company based in Thailand, announced the launch of its newest vessel, the 7,080-TEU Guru Bhum, at a recent naming ceremony in Shanghai. The event was attended by Sumate Tanthuwanit, chairman of the executive committee of RCL; Twinchok Tanthuwanit, president of RCL, as well as industry leaders and notable stake holders, reported Greece’s Container News. Among the guests were Sirichai Manoch, vice president of the Mining...

https://www.seanews.com.tr/regional-container-lines-deploys-cutting-edge-7-080-teu-ship/200616/

Fiji authorities launch probe into patrol boat grounding

The Republic of Fiji Navy patrol boat RFNS Puamau shortly after in ran aground in the Lau Islands on June 11, 2024

The government of Fiji and the Republic of Fiji Navy have begun an investigation into a recent grounding incident involving a naval patrol boat. The incident, which occurred on June 11, saw the patrol boat RFNS Puamau run aground on a reef in the Lau islands in the country’s southeast. The vessel’s...

https://www.bairdmaritime.com/security/naval/naval-ships/fiji-authorities-launch-probe-into-patrol-boat-grounding/

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