Speaking at the International Parcel Tanker Conference Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MCAN) program director Cecilia Müller-Torbrand discussed the organisation’s role in combating endemic bribery in shipping
The Nigerian maritime sector continues to struggle under the weight of an inefficient and out-dated regulatory regime, coupled with endemic corruption. But could the possibility of a decommissioning boom be a much-needed catalyst for change?
The last big change in mooring rope technology was the introduction of synthetic rope. In the following case study, BW Shipping and Samson analysed the advantages of synthetic rope over traditional wire rope for a fleet of 11 tanker newbuildings
Mooring lines may not grab the headlines – unless they break – but this essential technology requires regular supervision and an industry-wide approach to ensure safety and legality, writes Craig Jallal
A unique 2 day conference to be held on 4-5 September in Bergen, Norway. This event will examine how vessels of all sizes can achieve significant reductions in fuel consumption, maintenance costs and emissions.