Ports

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Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, Middle East, Oil, Petroleum Review, Pipelines, Ports

Dire straits

One third of the world’s
traded oil and a quarter of
its LNG passes through the
narrow Strait of Hormuz, the
strategic waterway linking
the Persian Gulf with the
Sea of Oman

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Energy Trading, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, Ports, Power, Rigzone, Shipping

Global Oversupply Equals a Tough Year for LNG Exporters

Demand is insufficient to absorb rising global supplies of this super-cold fossil fuel.

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Conferences, Events, Exhibitions, Ports, Shipping, Trade Shows

Maritime industry events and trade shows in 2020

Here are a list of some of the upcoming maritime industry related events, conferences and trade shows occurring in the coming months: March Oceanology International 2020 Tue 17 Mar – Thu 19 Mar ExCeL London Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, London April Autonomous Ships Symposium Wed 1 Apr – […]

Oil Platform and Tanker in the Sea.
Energy Trading, Oil, Petroleum Review, Pipelines, Ports, Shipping

Strait of Hormuz Options

The Strait of Hormuz is a narrow waterway, which links the Persian Gulf with the Sea of Oman, and is a strategic channel for Middle Eastern oil and LNG exports. In 2018, one third of the world’s traded oil and a quarter of liquefied natural gas (LNG) passed through the […]

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America, Business, Engineering, Engineers, Environment, Europe, Ports, Shipping, Technology, Transport

Cruise ship refurbishment

Today, a growing number of cruise operators are upgrading and refurbishing their ships, instead of building new ships. In its annual “Cruise Lines Outlook,” UBS Group Aktiengesellschaft  (AG) estimates that by 2020, at least 12 percent of global capacity will be 25 years old or older, and about 5 percent […]