MINOAN QUITS ADRIATIC TO FOCUS CLOSER TO HOME WITH NEW SHIPS
Minoan Lines is to step-up its efforts to acquire control of Hellenic Seaways, as it switches focus to the Greek domestic market hinting at new ships after
exiting the Adriatic trades.
BULKERS PROP VALUES TO KEEP THE GREEK FLEET ON TOP
According to shipping analyst VesselsValue, at the beginning of 2017 the Greek fleet was worth $84.079bn, ahead of Japan's $80.17bn and China's $68.333bn with growth in the drybulk sector leading the way.
LIVANOS JOINS COPELOUZOU’S ALEXANDROUPOLIS GAS PROJECT
Peter Livanos-led GasLog is buying into Asimina-Eleni Copelouzou-owned Gastrade, to develop a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) for Greece as it seeks to gain a foothold in the offshore regas sector.
THESSALONIKI SELL-OFF MOVING FORWARD AS CHINESE LIFT INTEREST
Considerable investor interest remains in Thessaloniki port privatisation, with Mitsui, Dubai Ports, ICTS, Deutsche Invest, GEK Terna ready for the bidding process. Chinese interest is growing.
IMO URGES EU TO RETHINK ETS, BUT OTHERS SLAM IMO
Imo’s Lim hits out at EU decision to include shipping in the Emission Trading System saying the move could seriously impact work to reduce GHG, but NGOs call for more action from shipping¹s UN body.
For the full articles please visit: