World of Ports Video Now Available

 write a lot about how World of Ports can make the Marine Assurance task easier for you and how it can be of direct benefit to the tanker community, but sometimes it’s easier to show you. To help really showcase the benefits of W...


Use World of Ports on your Mobile Device

ISS World of Ports is now optimised for use on your mobile phone or tablet device without having to pinch and zoom around the main site. We appreciate that many of you will need to access the port information you need when away from your desk...


Your New ISS World of Ports

We are delighted to unveil our new website which will make it easier than ever before to get to the terminal and berth information you need. Built on the foundation of Inchcape Shipping Services' global presence, our new site brings you unparall...


New Port Maps Available

Eighteen new port maps are now available for subscribers providing full facility layout details, locating terminals, berths, and the surrounding port hinterland. Ports covered are  Mohammadia, Morocco San Francisc...


Bunker Ports News Worldwide, Energy News

19/04/2019 OPEC+ Cuts Oil Production and Russian Exporters Win

An alliance of countries that includes Russia is cutting oil production to end a global glut. One of the big

19/04/2019 New cargo offers depress LNG prices

The upward trend in Asian liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices reversed this week as ample offers of cargoes saturated a

19/04/2019 Majors step up to bid on Argentina offshore acreage

Argentina’s first national offshore licensing round was held yesterday, 16 April 2019, in Buenos Aires. Of the 38 blocks offered

Bunker Ports News Worldwide, Port News

19/04/2019 Freight throughput in the Port of Rotterdam grows by 5.1% in first quarter of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019, 5.1% more freight passed through the Port of Rotterdam than in the same period last year. In total, 123.9 million tonnes were handled compared with 117.8 million tonnes in the same period in 2018.

19/04/2019 All Concessioned Port Terminals in Nigeria are ISPS Code Compliant – SOAN

Contrary to media reports on non-compliant of some terminals to the International Ships & Ports Facility Security Code (ISPS) Code