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15  December, 2014

COST OF REGULATION IS BRUISING SHIPPING INDUSTRY'S CONFIDENCE
Increasing concern about the high cost of achieving compliance with new regulations, and ongoing doubts about over tonnaging has seen confidence within shipping dropping to a two-year low.

AEGEAN MOVES QUICKLY TO SNAP-UP OW BUNKER ASSETS IN  LA
Aegean has moved quickly to acquire assets of OW Bunker at an auction in the US, paying $11m to acquire 28,567 tonnes of marine fuel and assume a storage contract with Vopak Terminal in LA.

CALL FOR CONCERTED EFFORT TO TACKLE IMMIGRATION BY SEA
Imo joins other UN agencies in calling for concerted action to address problem of the loss of life, injury, trauma and human rights violations affecting migrants, asylum-seekers and refugees traveling by sea.

GREECE SET ON BECOMING A REGIONAL HUB FOR LNG CARGOES
Greece's ambitions of becoming a hub for LNG cargoes moving into southern Europe were alluded to at the recent “Invest in Greece” forum, held at New York.

GOLDENPORT: ORDERBOOK CASTS SHADOW OVER SUBDUED DEMAND

Outlook for 2015 is "uncertain and the long-awaited recovery in the dry bulk sector may not materialise in the near term as the orderbook casts a shadow over subdued demand" says Goldenport Holdings. 



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