IMO making decion about fuel consumption on world fleet

IMO decision: Vessels of 5,000 gross tonnage and over will in the future be required to collect fuel consumption data.

Nagation officer at bridge looking at ship performance data

Team Tankers International has embarked on a data driven journey, which is already helping them optimise performance and cooperation between ship and shore.

Insatech Marine looking at the shaft of Parlermo

In the March edition of Tanker Operator Henrik Nielsen, Sales Manager Marine, explains the benefits of our performance monitoring system.

Insatech Marine training the crew in operating the bunker management system

Insatech Marine has stressed crew training for years and applauds MPA for undertaking actions to make bunker crew training mandatory.

Insatech Marine at Singapore Shipping Port

Mandatory bunker management systems will provide delivery certainty for buyers and suppliers of bunker in Singapore.

Data minnining at insatech marine

Big data: Its role in the maritime industry today and its ability to optimize vessel performance , plus its future potential.

EU flag with EU writing.

Improved regulation regarding sulfur inspection requires port state authorities in EU to acquire in-use fuel oil samples of ships entering EU and ECAs.

New Secretary General at IMO

Mr. Lim has landed the top post in IMO, where he will work to create effective implementation of international regulation for the global shipping industry.

Shipping is checkmate at the COP21 draft agreement

Shipping is out of the COP21 draft agreement. That means no united global initiative to reduce the industry’s environmental impact.

Insatech Marine COriolis mass flow meter for accurate measurement of marine fuel bunker flow

Port Authorities in Singapore are having difficulties convincing ship-owners to use mass flow meters despite its requirement in 2017.