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The maritime cyber security paradox
Tanker Shipping & Trade editor Edwin Lampert uncovers the haphazard way many companies are approaching the cyber security threat. the European Maritime Cyber Risk Management Summit takes place in London on June 20th 2017 see http://www.shipcybersecurity.com/index.htm for details
Smart Shipping is here to stay
Vivek Khabya of Wootz Global on why Smart Shipping is the way forward and sees industry's adoption of automation emulating the aviation industry. Batteries are the next big thing... but a sailing Tesla will not happen! More immediately there are grounds for optimism as key markets adjust to "the new normal"
Interview with Poul Woodall, Director, Environment & Sustainability DFDS
Edwin Lampert, Editor of Riviera's Tanker Shipping & Trade journal speaks to Poul Woodall at our Future Marine Fuels & Lubes conference in Copenhagen, October 2013 about the scrubber strategy of DFDS and planning for 2015 and 2020 MARPOL.
An encouraging and surprising view on cabotage in Southeast Asia
Duncan... talks PSVs, cabotage, protectionism, scrapping and the new-new-normal in the OSV sector which will include more 'blood on the carpet' but no uptake of an Uber style business model for the sector.
Changes needed on wallwash testing of cargo tanks
The necessity for and safety of wallwash testing on chemical tankers is coming under increasing scrutiny
Capt. Bjorn Hojgaard, CEO, Univan Ship Management speaks to Tanker Shipping & Trade
"anyone who thinks safety is expensive should try having an accident" In this wide ranging interview, Bjorn Hojgaard speaks to Tanker Shipping & Trade editor, Edwin Lampert about the economic and operational challenges facing the tanker industry.
COSCO’s takeover of OOCL: what it means for container shipping
Consolidation offers a ‘golden opportunity’ for container shipping lines
Simon James, Operations Director at DeepOcean speaks to OSJ's David Foxwell
Simon James, Operations Director at DeepOcean speaks to Riviera's Steve Matthews during the subsea focus day at the 2014 OSJ annual conference about the current challenges in the subsea sector, the need for industry wide improvements in crew training and DeepOcean's muli-purpose vessel strategy.
The tanker industry’s Game of Drones
Tanker Shipping & Trade editor Edwin Lampert looks at the uptake of drone technology in the tanker sector
European Dynamic Positioning Conference 2013
Since 2009 Riviera Maritime Media's Dynamic Positioning Conference has been the leading European conference for all those looking to keep up to speed on how market leaders are dealing with both current issues (including certification, training, regulation & FMEAs) and the latest innovations in dynamic position technology. Our 2013 conference was attended by almost 200 delegates, for more information visit www.dynamicpositioningeurope.com
Machine learning and AI coming for intelligent ships
Eniram co-founder and chief technology officer Jussi Pyörrö explains the latest trends in smart shipping technology
Mr Johannes Ostensjo winner of Lifetime Achievement Award at the OSJ Awards
Offshore Support Journal was delighted to present Mr Ostensjo with the Lifetime Achievement Award 2017. As the founder of Østensjø Rederi, Mr Ostensjo is a much liked and highly respected figure in the industry.
MRs will be the tanker markets bright spot in 2018
Leading analyst Charles Lawrie told Tanker Shipping & Trade editor Edwin Lampert at this year’s Tanker Shipping & Trade Conference that the sheer weight of the current order book means he is not bullish on market prospects for 2018, with one exception….
Hydrogen set to overtake LNG as ferry fuel of choice
Following the announcement of the first hydrogen ferries to be built, use of this power will soar within passenger shipping
Cyber attack – a real danger to shipping
In the light of the recent ransomware attacks, Paul Fanning emphasises the importance of cyber security
Regina Bindao, Nautical Institute at European Dynamic Positioning 2014
Edwin Lampert speaks to the Nautical Institute's Director of Accreditations, Regina Bindao about the recent changes in the DP industry, their ongoing discussions with DNVGL and the future role of IMCA.
Blended fuels, not just distillates, required for 2020
In an interview at March's Navigate Product and Chemical Tanker Conference, the International Bunker Industry Association's IMO Representative Unni Einemo tells Tanker Shipping & Trade editor Edwin Lampert that blended fuels rather than distillates will be key to meeting the requirements of the 2020 sulphur cap. And there are likely to be challenges around quality, so due care and attention is needed…
Chan Eng Yew, CEO of Triyards speaks to OSJ at our 2015 Singapore Conference
Chan Eng Yew, CEO of Triyards, spoke to Offshore Support Journal about how Triyards are dealing with the current market conditions and the future of Vietnamese shipbuilding. Visit www.osjonline.com for more offshore news and market analysis
Quintin V. Kneen, CEO, GulfMark Offshore
Qunitin Kneen of Gulfmark Offshore speaking at the Annual Offshore Support Journal conference on the current state of the industry, the banks' changing attitudes , consolidation and the possible impact of Donald Trump's policies on the US offshore oil industry
Richard Gilmore, Director Gas Fleet at Maran Gas speaks to LNG World Shipping
Richard Gilmore of Maran Gas speaks to LNG World Shipping about how LNG vessels can deal with emission regulations in ECAs, Maran's strategy for dealing with the shortage of experienced LNG crew and officers and new cargo transfer and cryogenic technologies.
Scrubbers time has finally come
In an exclusive interview at Riviera's Sulphur Cap 2020 Conference in Amsterdam, Don Gregory, Director of the Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems Association said cost is what segments the market on scrubbers - highlighted the introduction of a new dry scrubber for 5 - 10 MW engines - and called time on wishful thinking that the 2020 sulphur cap deadline will relaxed.
Braemar’s Denis Petropoulos: my formula for tanker market success in 2018
Executive director and president of Braemar Shipping Services, Denis Petropoulos looks East and West in his assessment of the tanker markets; discusses the owner-charterer-broker nexus; how owners can profit from port inefficiencies; and where the smart money will be in 2018
Digitalise or go out of business says Columbia Marlow CEO Mark O'Neil
This year’s Tanker Shipping & Trade Awards Dinner provided the backdrop for a powerful warning to the tanker industry from Columbia Marlow CEO Mark O'Neil
Could Maersk Tankers invoke force majeure in response to cyber strike?
If Maersk’s IT systems can be shutdown by a cyber attack, the implications are any tanker owner can suffer the same fate. Should the worst happen can the owner cite force majeure?
Singapore will win the autonomous ship race
Who will be the first to operate commercial autonomous or remote-control vessels? asks editor Martyn Wingrove
A strong case for scrubbers?
Paul Fanning asks if the post-2020 case for using scrubbers will be too good to ignore
Charles Lawrie's SWOT analysis of the future of tanker shipping
Speaking at the 2016 Tanker Shipping and Trade conference, Charles Lawrie of Richardson Lawrie Associates discusses the outlook for the tanker industry in 2017, demand forecast with lower earnings forecast for the chemical tanker market.
Patrick Rossi Maritime Cyber Security Manager DNV GL
The offshore sector is slightly more advanced in cyber security than the maritime industry with a better understanding of the risks.
NIS directive: maritime industry has 12- 18 months to adopt legislation
PWC cyber security director Niko Kalfigkopoulos explains how the NIS directive is not just about cyber security, but also operational resilience
Gamechanger Viking LNG newbuild leads China shipyard charge
Viking Line’s new ferry order highlights the snowballing trend of building passenger ships in Chinese shipyards
SpeedCast takes a punt on Harris CapRock
The acquisition of Harris CapRock will propel SpeedCast into the top five, but has it bitten off more than it can chew?
Chad Verrett Harvey Gulf International - Offshore Support Journal Shipowner of the Year Award 2016
Chad Verret, Harvey Gulf International accepts the Offshore Support Journal Shipowner of the Year Award 2016.
COSCO takes on Maersk
COSCO snaps at Maersk’s heels with its takeover of OOCL
How to build a product tanker company
Tanker Shipping & Trade editor Edwin Lampert on why you’ve got to hand it to Hafnia and their chief executive officer Mikael Skov
Tanker Shipping & Trade's Editor Comment 13.10.16 The Polar Code
Tanker Shipping & Trade editor Edwin Lampert saysthe Polar Code set to enter into force in January 2017 is good news for the tanker industry and its supply chain
Maersk Tankers leads the way in digitalisation
Editor Martyn Wingrove explains why shipping companies can learn a lot from Maersk Tankers’ investments in smart shipping innovations
We can now predict tanker market demand
In a wide ranging interview with Tanker Shipping & Trade editor Edwin Lampert, VesselsValue strategy director Adrian Economakis explains how the VesselsValue platform now includes an automated tonne-mile demand tool that has been two years in development. He addresses head on the extent to which VesselsValue can assess vessel condition across the 50,000 vessels of different type assessed daily. He also answers the question: Just how accurate are VesselsValue valuations?
Interview with René Berkvens, CEO of Damen Shipyards at OSJ Conference 2013
Steve Matthews, Editorial Director at Riviera Maritime Media interviews René Berkvens, CEO of Damen Shipyards at the Annual Offshore Support Journal Conference and Awards in London, February 2013. Mr. Berkvens shares his insights on the current competitive landscape, Damen's focus on reducing vessel fuel consumption and Damen's involvement with this event. www.osjconference.com
What price an FSRU?
There is no market – yet – for floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs). Brokers consider these vessels infrastructure, not shipping, play. A landmark charter deal in India suggests that this could change…
Software should not ground ships
Editor Martyn Wingrove reviews why a brand new car carrier hit the sea floor because of a program glitch
Exclusive – The top five tanker PSC deficiencies this year
International Maritime Risk Rating Agency (IMRRA) has ranked the most common tanker deficiencies observed by Port State Control for the first six months of the year.
Getting into a flap over cat fines
Paul Gunton worries about the implications of tests showing high levels of cat fines in bunker samples