Europe

Navico: Bridging the gap

December 2nd, 20150 Egersund: Bridge equipment manufacturer Navico, best known for its recreational marine products, is fast making a name on the commercial marine side. Indeed, the goal is...

Euronav confirms sale of suezmax tanker

December 1st, 20150 Belgium's Euronav has confirmed the sale of its 17-year-old suezmax for $22.25m. Brokers reported the sale in mid-November, citing the buyer as India's Seven Islands...

COP21: maritime deja vu

December 1st, 20150 Thomas Timlen highlights the similarities in the wordings of maritime-related texts in Paris to COP15 in Copenhagen six years ago. The COP21 fun is underway in...

Golar LNG will focus more on FLNG

December 1st, 20150 Golar LNG’s third quarter results, published yesterday, hint at a future firm focus on FLNG over LNG shipping. The John Fredriksen-controlled company posted an EBITA...

Frontline merger complete

December 1st, 20150 Frontline and Frontline 2012 completed their merger on Monday. Frontline is now the surviving legal entity and Frontline 2012 becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of...

The road to Paris

December 1st, 20150 Diane Gilpin from the Smart Green Shipping Alliance is writing exclusively for Splash this week on the UN climate talks. Here’s her first installment. Actually...

DOF sells Skandi Protector to Oz

November 30th, 20150 Norway’s DOF Subsea has sold construction support vessel  to the Australian government, the second vessel the company has sold to Australian authorities. DOF...

Cybercrime and shipping: the facts

November 30th, 20151 Does the industry have the tools to combat this rising scourge? Peter Armstrong, executive director – cyber, for the Willis Group, writes exclusively for...
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