Startup looking to catch sulfur sinners from the air
Startup firm Explicit will be catching sulfur sinners in Danish waters over the next six months. This marks a launch toward a much bigger market with the global sulfur requirements, CEO Jon Knudsen tells ShippingWatch.
With daily rates of USD 100,000 a few weeks ago, the LPG market was basically a money press, as BW LPG chief executive Anders Onarheim puts it in an interview with ShippingWatch. Today, rates would have a hard time going any lower, he says.
At Maersk Supply Service, only three percent of seafarers are female. The company wants to ensure that women never find themselves alone in a male-dominated environment and will deploy women in pairs, head of crew management tells ShippingWatch.
Europe's biggest port now presents a list of 27 companies that have secured permission to operate bunker barges in the port. The licenses have been introduced as part of the efforts to get better control of the port's bunker business.