2015 July 6
Foreign ‘insides’ of Russian shipbuilding
Domestic shipbuilding has generally settled for assembling of hulls and installation of foreign equipment. RF Government is set to break the vicious circle of commitment to ship ‘insides’ of foreign origin. State incentive mechanisms are under development to encourage construction of vessels at domestic shipyards. However, some of the proposed measures seem to be controversial and the results achieved are often a fiction.
2023 October 3
New Terminal Planned for Northern Russian Port
A new deepwater terminal planned at the port of Arkhangelsk has got the greenlight from the Russian government...New Terminal Planned for Northern Russian Port
Five important facts you might not know about green shipping corridors
Green shipping corridors are the route to greener, cleaner shipping – and both cruise and other maritime segments stand to benefit...Five important facts you might not know about green shipping corridors
Korean shipbuilders seek lead over Chinese rivals in selling LNG carriers to Qatar
Korean shipbuilders are expected to win more bids than Chinese competitors for forthcoming orders from Qatar...Korean shipbuilders seek lead over Chinese rivals in selling LNG carriers to Qatar
2023 September 29
Viewpoint: Are maritime headlines inducing colour blindness over methanol?
SEA-LNG chairman Peter Keller says that the hazy lexicon used to debate future fuels is hampering progress...Viewpoint: Are maritime headlines inducing colour blindness over methanol?
2023 September 27
Russia Increases State Subsidies for its Struggling Shipyards
In the 2024 financial year, Russia is reportedly planning to ramp up subsidies to the Russian shipbuilders by over $68 million...Russia Increases State Subsidies for its Struggling Shipyards
Container freight rates to hit 2016 levels
Asia to Europe rates are already below 2019 levels and there is a real risk that rates on the trade could slump to 2016 levels...Container freight rates to hit 2016 levels