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  • 20
    Dec

    China's crucial role in the maritime world

    The Business Times by DAVID HUGHES

    NOBODY in this region of the world is likely to be surprised by the idea that it is good to have China onboard if you want to get something done internationally. That realisation is starting to gain traction generally and shipping industry insiders… More

  • 15
    Dec

    MPA pumps S$12 million more to promote S'pore's LNG bunkering

    The Business Times by ANITA GABRIEL,JACQUELINE WOO

    Singapore THE Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has injected another S$12 million to boost Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) bunkering in the Port of Singapore. Half the amount has been set aside to co-fund the building of new LNG bunker vessels… More

  • 11
    Dec

    Slippery coating could save maritime industry $40 billion a year

    The Straits Times by SAMANTHA BOH

    A slippery coating could save the maritime industry billions of dollars by keeping pesky organisms such as mussels and algae off ships. These organisms, which increase fuel consumption by causing frictional drag and are difficult to remove, are estimated… More

  • 01
    Dec

    Cosco and PSA to launch new berth in S'pore

    The Straits Times

    China's Cosco Shipping Ports is launching a new berth at its joint venture container terminal with PSA in Singapore. The two parties inked a memorandum of understanding yesterday for the berth, which will be Cosco Shipping Ports' third at the Pasir… More

  • 17
    Nov

    Delay means less competition for Singapore

    The Straits Times by JACQUELINE WOO

    A delay in the $45.5 billion project on Carey Island may deal a blow to Malaysia and its maritime ambitions, but it could be a boon for Singapore as a key port in the region. The proposed deep-water port on Carey Island was meant to challenge Singapore's… More

  • 17
    Nov

    Marco Polo wins unanimous support as it fends off downturn

    The Business Times by TAN HWEE HWEE

    Singapore MARCO Polo Marine has emerged as the first listed group to win support from both its noteholders and creditors towards taking severe haircuts in order to make way for new equity injection in this offshore and marine (O&M) downturn. On Thursday,… More

  • 15
    Nov

    Cosco Shipping gains 7.3%; shares highest in over two years

    The Business Times by NAVIN SREGANTAN,JACQUELINE WOO

    Singapore SHARES in Cosco Shipping International (Singapore) Co rose by as much as 11.9 per cent on Tuesday morning to a 2.5-year high, continuing a week-long surge. The counter eventually closed at 58.5 Singapore cents, up four cents or 7.3 per cent,… More

  • 10
    Nov

    Why the Arctic is of interest to Singapore

    The Straits Times by AUDREY TAN

    The icy Arctic may be a world apart from sunny Singapore, but the Republic has many "defensive and aggressive" interests in the region, said Ambassador-at-Large Tommy Koh yesterday. Speaking at a seminar on Arctic developments at the National Museum… More

  • 07
    Nov

    Vallianz posts more than 400% jump in Q2 earnings to S$5.2m

    The Business Times by JACQUELINE WOO

    Singapore HIGHER operating profits helped send earnings soaring by more than 400 per cent at Vallianz Holdings in the second quarter. The offshore support vessel owner and operator yesterday reported a net profit of US$5.3 million (S$7.2 million) for… More

  • 01
    Nov

    Oil treads US$60 line to lift O&M stocks

    The Business Times by CAI HAOXIANG

    Singapore AS INVENTORIES fall and expectations build on a sustained output cut, Brent crude oil prices stayed above the psychologically important US$60 a barrel mark for a third day in a row. Singapore Exchange (SGX) oil and gas stocks, as represented… More