Boluda focuses on fleet growth after €300M KST acquisition

 

 

 

Boluda has taken over KST’s tugs, including Buffalo, in Southampton, UK

Shipping :Beneath the plimsoll line: understanding shipping investment

 

 

 

By Adele Berti

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Growing environmental and technological demands are changing the shipping industry, which is increasingly struggling to find investors eager to bet against its volatility. How investment in the sector evolved throughout time, and what lies ahead?

 

Attracting capital is a constant cause of concern for maritime, which is struggling to get investment for its future vessels

Being responsible for about 90% of global cargo – according to estimates from the International Chamber of Shipping – the shipping industry has been at the helm of international trade for centuries.

Yet despite its central role, the sector is constantly influenced by external factors, such as political and economic trends, sustainability and technology, making it a historically volatile and unpredictable industry to invest

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Total Launches First LNG Bunker Vessel Following Contract With MOL

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Total announces that its first large liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunker vessel has been launched, following the signature of a long-term charter contract between Total and Mitsui O.S.K Lines (MOL) in February 2018.

After delivery in 2020, the bunker vessel will operate in Northern Europe, where it will supply LNG to commercial vessels, including 300,000 tons per year for CMA CGM’s nine ultra-large newbuild containerships in Europe-Asia trade, for a period of at least 10 years.

The LNG bunker vessel’s construction is in line with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) decision to drastically limit the sulfur content of marine fuels as of 2020.

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In this context, the transition

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a ruta canaria a Tarfaya sobrevive al naufragio del Assalama

 

 

 

 

El buque de Naviera Armas que encalló frente a la costa de la ciudad del sur de Marruecos puso fin a un proyecto de desarrollo económico y comercial esbozado por las autoridades de Canarias, España y Marruecos 

Entre la población tarfeña no existe una opinión generalizada acerca del futuro del ferri, para muchos es un reclamo turístico, para otros un gran atentado medioambiental y un peligro que debe desaparecer cuanto antes

El presidente de la Comisión Exterior de la Cámara de Comercio de Fuerteventura asegura que están por la labor de reabrir la vía marítima tras la apertura del nuevo puerto. “Terminado y entregado el muelle, ahora falta conocer qué intenciones hay por parte de algunas navieras” 

21/12/2019 - 09:58h

Baleària y Fred. Olsen incorporan el ‘smart ship’ a gas ‘Abel Matutes’ a la ruta Huelva-Canarias

 

 

 

Huelva24.comJueves, 25 de Julio de 2019|  1179
 
  

 

DESDE ESTE DOMINGO 

11.16 h. En el buque, que empezará a operar este domingo, se ofrecen diferentes servicios de ocio y restauración, así como actuaciones de magia y talleres de animación infantil.

Baleària y Fred. Olsen Express incorporan a partir del próximo domingo 28 de julio el smart ship a gas 'Abel Matutes' a la ruta que conecta Huelva con los puertos canarios de La Luz (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria) y Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Las navieras dan continuidad así a su apuesta por la sostenibilidad y la digitalización en las rutas entre Península y Canarias.

 

Al igual que el Nápoles, al que sustituye, el buque 'Abel Matutes' estará propulsado por motores duales de gas,

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