12 June 2019
At the IMO’s 101st meeting of the Maritime Safety Committee, BIMCO’s Head of Maritime Security – Jakob P. Larsen – spoke in a direct fashion about the serious situation posed by piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, and especially off the coast of Nigeria.
07 June 2019
Italian energy company Eni, operating in more than 60 countries worldwide and employing more than 30,000 people, will be joining the recently launched BIMCO project to develop a standard charter party for Accommodation Support Vessels (ASVs).
16 May 2019
BIMCO’s Documentary Committee has approved an international standard contract for offshore decommissioning projects to provide a balanced set of terms and conditions to both parties in the process.
16 April 2020
The handy guide contains all of BIMCO’s current standard offshore contracts and charter parties along with detailed guidance notes.
09 April 2019
US exports of crude oil have, since August 2018, continued to rise every month, with a new record high in January of 9.6 million tonnes.
28 October 2020
Shipowners have a role to play, and responsibility to take, in the transitional period before the Hong Kong Convention enters into force. In this context BIMCO recommends to its members to use facilities that live up to requirements of the Hong Kong Convention already before its entry into force.
26 March 2019
BIMCO has initiated work to develop a standard charter party for Accommodation Support Vessels (ASVs) to provide the industry with a balanced standard document that can be used in the offshore sectors.
14 March 2019
BIMCO has hosted a panel session on arbitration in Shanghai to discuss current issues such as the future of arbitration centres, the impact of BREXIT, the impact from the emergence of China as a leading shipping nation and much more.
07 March 2019
BIMCO is launching a new business area – Publications – with the aim to share more of the organization’s expert knowledge and increase the amount of publications offered.
05 December 2018
New Zealand enforces strict biosecurity regulations and the latest 'victim' was a vehicle carrier ordered to leave New Zealand due to stink bug contamination.