Tanker ban may hurt Nigeria more than shipowners

LLI data shows only 2 of 101 banned ships made regular calls in Nigeria over past 20 months

Nigeria’s ban on some 100 tankers entering the country may end up hurting its oil export capacity more than shipowners, with only a small portion of vessels on the ban list showing interest in trading...

Singapore OW Bunker decision is 'back to square one plus'

Owners should think about paying collapsed supplier but would still risk arrest, warns Clyde & Co

Berlian Laju Tanker hit with lawsuit challenging its restructuring

Suit, filed in Jakarta, seeks to nullify process which allowed transfer of 27 ships to KKR and York Capital in April

Australia funds Asia Pacific transport and logistics skills study

Federal government provides over a quarter of a million dollars to map Asia-Pac transport and logistics skills, needs and competencies

Man busted for $20m meth import

A Nigerian-born Australian has been busted by the Australian Federal Police and the new Border Force for trying to smuggle 30kgs of methamphetamine into Sydney via Port Botany

UK maritime bosses call for urgent shake-up of ship register

Decline of UK flag fleet undermines country's maritime successes, warn industry leaders

OOCL results signal decline on Asia-Europe trade is worse than expected

Box lines suffer further falls in transpacifc prices to new post-2009 lows

Singapore court rejects OW Bunker interpleader application

Some 13 owners and charterers lose double payments case

Intertanko blasts Nigeria tanker ban

Ban should be lifted with immediate effect, urges owner association

Management reshuffle in China Shipping Haisheng

New leaders are to steer the operator away from shipping business