New edition of Marine Log magazine is now available. In June 2014 issue, you can read latest news and technology on commercial marine industry, such as Hybrid propulsion systems, crude oil reenergizes demand for tank barges and more. Here are featured articles for this month.
The sinking of the Sewol: Lessons already learned
NAMEPA chairman Clay Maitland discusses how the Korean ferry tragedy is already leading to reforms
Shore up your capital now to prepare for the growth ahead
A leading banker provides insight on gaining access to capital
Ship Building: The roller coaster ride continues
Private equity is helping plump up the world order book
Chaos reigns as Europe’s new ECA-based fuel regime approaches
A lack of policing could hinder the effectiveness of Europe’s ECA
Embracing LNG as a fuel
Bunkering is the next hurdle for widespread LNG use
Cruise Shipping: The allure of China
By 2017, China will emerge as the second largest cruise market and cruise ship operators have clearly taken notice
Search for green operations
Hybrid propulsion systems are gaining popularity among European ferry operators
Crude oil reenergizes demand for tank barges
Growing crude oil production is creating a demand for new coastal and inland and tank barges
Thirty-five floating rigs will be delivered to the world fleet this year, making it one of the highest years ever
Access to communications is vital to crew retention and mental health
Geographic Eligibility: USA, Canada, Mexico (Print or Digital Version), Select International (Digital Version Only)
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Marine Log provides information needed by marine industry professionals to help them to design, rigs and offshore structures, build and operates vessels, profitably, safely, legally and in an environmentally responsible manner.
The publication serves the fields of vessel operations, ownership and management; shipyards and ship repair yards; naval architectural firms, marine engineering firms, marine consultants; port authorities and terminals; Navy, Coast Guard and other governmental agencies operating vessels; marine finance, marine insurance and maritime law.