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  • The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has announced it will ban the carriage of non-compliant fuels, following the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MPEC) in London on 26 October.

  • Qatar-based LNG shipping company Nakilat wrapped up the first nine months of 2018 with a profit increase of 8.5%.

  • The Port of Rotterdam Authority has signed an agreement to invest over USD $85 million in the Port of Pecém, which is aiming to become Northeast Brazil’s foremost logistics and industrial hub.

  • As the International Maritime Organization’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC 73) closed this week in London, the Clean Arctic Alliance and indigenous groups welcomed the support given by member states to commence work on developing a ban on the use and carriage of heavy fuel oil in Arctic waters.

  • The International Maritime Organization (IMO) will today decide whether to ban the carriage of high-sulphur fuels, The Loadstar has learned.

  • The construction of the first onshore power supply plant for commercial vessels in the Port of Kiel has started. As of spring 2019, big cruise ferries will be able to be supplied with the electrical power they need during the time they are berthed in Kiel.

  • Imports of LNG to the EU averaged 5.1 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in 2017, increasing for the third year in a row. However, it remained below their 2011 peak, EIA informed.

  • The UK government has signed a partnership with L3 ASV, an industry leading supplier of Unmanned and Autonomous Marine Systems, to research the potential of autonomous navigation in ships.

  • On 22 October 2018, Sovcomflot's crude oil tanker 'Gagarin Prospect', which runs on LNG, completed its voyage across the Baltic and North Seas from Primorsk to Rotterdam. The ship delivered 104,815 tonnes of crude oil. 'Gagarin Prospect' is the world’s first Aframax crude oil tanker designed to operate on LNG.

  • Dutch Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) announced the development of an innovative way of lifting 'to redefine the boundaries of lifting operations offshore'. The 'QUAD lifting' enables HMC to integrally install and/or remove oversized topsides or jackets, guaranteeing lower overall project costs.