ShippingWatch is closed on Friday May 1st ShippingWatch is closed Friday, May 1st, due to a Danish holiday. Photo: Ed Wray/AP/POLFOTO/arkiv Share Share on LinkedIn Share by email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter BY DANIEL LOGAN Published: 30.04.15 at 14:01 ShippingWatch is closed tomorrow, Friday, May 1st, due to a Danish holiday. We will be back at full steam on Monday, May 4th, with the latest news and developments in the shipping industry. Have a great weekend. The Editors Share on LinkedIn Could this be relevant for others in your network? Please share this article on LinkedIn More from ShippingWatch Torm has carried crude oil to take advantage of elevated prices Rates on seaborne crude transportation have gone up due to new sanctions targeting Russia, prompting more product tanker operators, including Torm, to sail with crude oil. Danish carrier fights against claim from former US partner World Marine Offshore wants former partner’s major claim turned down in case about failed offshore wind agreement in the US. Russian response to embargo could make oil historically expensive It could have serious consequences for the world economy if Russia responds to Western sanctions by limiting its oil output, warns Jyske Bank. Oldendorff invests in maritime IT company founded by Synergy top exec Oldendorff Carriers has invested in a digital service provider assisting shipping companies with lowering carbon emissions. The company is founded by Synergy Group’s CEO. Norway aims to activate grid-scale offshore wind by 2029 ”I look forward to receiving input from the sector. We have no time to lose,” says energy minister upon opening the public consultation process for the two offshore wind sites. Print Print Increase text size Increase text size Decrease text size Decrease text size Further reading Trafigura secures gas supplies to Germany with billion-dollar loan Oldendorff invests in maritime IT company founded by Synergy top exec Torm has carried crude oil to take advantage of elevated prices Forwarders express concern about Maersk's dual role in sea freight and logistics Søren Toft explains spree of ship purchasing: "If we hadn’t done it, I’m pretty sure someone else would have"