Huarong misses key sale deadline

Cash-strapped Chinese shipbuilder to continue negotiations with unnamed purchaser

CHINA Huarong Energy, formerly known as Jiangsu Rongsheng Heavy Industries, said in an exchange filing that it has failed to conclude a sale agreement with the potential purchaser before the expiry of...

Alliances need to keep a tight grip on ship supply

MDS Transmodal estimates that global demand in the first quarter of 2015 grew at a higher rate than a year earlier, but still not fast enough to narrow the gap with capacity

Bahri ups Hyundai Samho VLCC order to 10

Ships to be delivered by 2018 as part of expansion drive that will see Saudi Arabian carrier's VLCC fleet top 50

China Cosco banks $639m in subsidies

Shipping giant receives payment for the scrapping of vessels between January and June

OPINION: Australian exporters to set a global benchmark in transport security

Deadline approaching for Australia to meet security requirements set by the United States TSA

Frontline and Frontline 2012 merge to form leading tanker company

Scale key for tanker investors in a red-hot freight market

Chairman steps down from Ports of Auckland Board

A change is underway at the board-level at the Port of Auckland

Coroner rules missing cruise passengers are dead

Young couple dead after disappearing overboard a cruise ship in 2013, says NSW Deputy Coroner

Fredriksen creates new LNG company

Gas shipping and infrastructure venture Exmar LNG aims to tie up all aspects of the LNG supply chain

Brussels rules on reporting shipborne CO2 emissions come into force

Regional regulation creates a CO2 emissions reporting regime that will lead to future industry-wide reduction enforcement