1.The British Office and Taiwan International Ports Corporation signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on joint co-operation of Taiwan’s offshore wind development. Under this cooperation, both countries will exchange information in the areas of policy, strategy, technology, operations and maintenance.
2.CNOOC is offering pipeline developers such as ENN Energy and LNG distributors such as Longkou Shengtong Energy the chance to use its LNG terminals on China’s east coast over a 10-year period, with a specified number of slots each year.
3.Bulk carrier MING ZHOU 66 collided with gravel carrier HONG CHENG YUN 3 off Wenzhou, China, East China sea, at 1115 Beijing time Mar 12.
4.Norway-based provider of shortsea RoRo transportation United European Car Carriers (UECC) has decided to order two next-generation pure car truck carriers (PCTCs) in China.
5.USCG is aware of the challenges owners and operators face in opting and installing a BWMS in order to keep up with the USCG regulations. Many are the vessels that have received an expansion of the ballast water compliance date that was stipulated as the 'first scheduled drydock after (date)'.
6.According to Drewry, China's developing increasing demand for chemical shipping is due to strengthen coastal freight rates. The demand is being boosted by the fast growth of the Chinese base chemical production capacity.
7.Hong Kong is among a small group of global ports that has been assured of a supply of 0.5% sulphur marine fuel by oil major, BP ahead of the 1 January 2020 deadline for low sulphur fuel compliance.
8.Demand for natural gas in China is rising due to changes in its energy structure and environmental protection policy, a senior executive of a leading Chinese energy company has said.
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