Danaos Sinks to Loss due to Hanjin Impairments

Athens-based containership owner Danaos Corporation swung to a net loss of USD 366.2 million in 2016 from a profit ...

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Newbuildings Drive NCLH’s Profit Surge

US cruise operator Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) delivered a profit of USD 633.1 million in 2016, ...

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APM Terminals to Prepare Port Elizabeth for ULCVs

Dutch container terminal operator APM Terminals has increased its investment plans for the Port Elizabeth ...

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Clarksons: Boxship Deliveries Entering Moderate Era?

As containership deliveries dropped from the record 1.7 million TEU in 2015 to just 0.9 million TEU in 2016, the ...

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Advertorial: Online foreclosure auction ABIS Esbjerg

The heavy-lift motor sea vessel named ABIS Esbjerg will be auctioned online by BVA-Nautic.com

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Fincantieri Confirms Chinese Cruise Ship Order

Italy’s Fincantieri has entered into a binding Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with China State Shipbuilding ...

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Bahri, Bunge Enter Dry Bulk Shipping JV

Bahri Dry Bulk Company (BDB), a subsidiary of Bahri, has signed an agreement with the Dutch firm Koninklijke Bunge ...

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ABS Issues Cyber Safety Notation for Marine Industries

As the focus on cyber safety is rising, the classification provider ABS has issued its first notation for the ABS ...

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Bunker Fuel Prices Affect Matson's Earnings

US-based container carrier Matson reported a net income of USD 19.4 million in the fourth quarter of 2016, down ...

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United Journey Tanker Released after 2-Month Arrest

Operator of offshore support vessels Toisa Ltd. has regained control of its crude oil tanker United Journey which ...

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BC Ferries' Salish Eagle Makes 1st Stop on Its Way Home

Salish Eagle, the second of BC Ferries’ three new liquefied natural gas (LNG)-powered Salish Class ...

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DP World Wins Dispute over Djibouti Terminal

Dubai-based port and terminal operator DP World has been cleared by the London Court of Arbitration of all charges ...

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Alphaliner: Huge Debts Left after Hanjin Demise

Following Hanjin Shipping’s bankruptcy, the rate of debt recovery for unsecured creditors is expected to be ...

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Three Operators to Bid for Townsville Port Berth 4

Three terminal operators have been shortlisted and invited to submit proposals to operate the Berth 4 container and ...

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Seatrade Cruise Global

For more than 30 years, Seatrade Cruise Global has been the leading international exhibition and conference serving the cruise industry…

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Focusing on Solutions

The maritime industry is experiencing the most aggressive regulatory change in history, with the adoption of a global sulphur cap of .5%…

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European Shipping Week 2017

European Shipping Week is intended to be a platform where policy-makers from the main EU institutions will meet and engage with European…

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SNS2017 – The Southern North Sea Conference & Exhibition

EEEGR’s flagship Southern North Sea conference is the most important event for the energy sector in the East of England. Taking place over two days at the Norfolk Showground Arena in Norwich, SNS2017 will be the largest conference and exhibition EEEGR has ever delivered attracting upwards of 700 delegates from across the industry and supply chain.

Key industry players will gather at this event to discuss and debate issues, network to make new business contacts and re-establish relationships with existing clients.

Why should you attend?

  • Generate fresh leads and meet new contacts in a time and cost-efficient way.
  • Showcase your expertise and share your insights to impress your clients.
  • Meet senior-level delegates looking to learn and seek out new partners.
  • Account manage and liaise with your current clients attending – or bring them along yourself as an account management tool.
  • Months of intensive marketing and advertising to relevant markets ensuring a high level of attendance.
  • Numerous on the day and follow up advertising opportunities available to enhance your positioning.
  • Stay one step ahead of your competitors by being seen and visibly present at the event.
  • Develop your brand and status within industry by being billed as an event sponsor.

SNS2017 – 2 March

Day two of the conference is dedicated to ScottishPower Renewables Supply Chain Event for the East Anglia ONE Wind Farm Project.

ScottishPower Renewables is in the process of finalising its major contracts for the East Anglia One project, and is delighted to announce that these contractors will be attending the ScottishPower Renewables Supply Chain Event at the Norfolk Showground Arena on 2 March 2017.

Occupying the second day of EEEGR’s SNS2017 Conference and Exhibition, the ScottishPower Renewables Supply Chain Event will allow their contractors to engage with businesses and stakeholders in the East of England and further afield as quickly as possible to outline the skills they require and the business opportunities to be created by the project.

Information will be provided on the current status of the project by ScottishPower Renewables Managing Director, Jonathan Cole, and East Anglia One Project Director, Charlie Jordan. There’ll also be information on the scope of works to be carried out, explanations of how to get involved and the opportunity to meet representatives from Seaway Heavy Lifting, Navantia, Lamprell, Harland & Wolff, Roadbridge, Van Oord, Prysmian, VBMS, Nexans, DeepOcean, Peel Ports Great Yarmouth, Siemens and ABPorts.

Up to seven additional suppliers will also be attending, to be confirmed shortly. Opportunities will range from civil and electrical contractors, vessel and ports support, to technicians and logistics.

ScottishPower Renewables is starting construction this year, with the first turbines to be installed by 2019 and the project fully operational during 2020.

Full-access pass holders will be able to take full advantage of the presentations whilst there are also free exhibition-only passes which will give holders the opportunity to network with representatives from these suppliers at their stands. Delegates MUST register prior to the event to be allowed admission. Upgrades of exhibition-only passes may be permissible on payment of the appropriate fee.

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Fincantieri About to Seal Deal on Chinese Cruise Ships?

Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri has been linked to a binding deal on construction of cruise ships for the Chinese ...

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LR2s to Reap the Fruits from 0.5 Pct Sulphur Cap

Clean product tankers are likely to benefit from the implementation of the global 0.5% sulphur emissions cap as of ...

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DryShips Sails Back into Tanker Market

Greek owner of drybulk carriers DryShips Inc. has decided to re-enter the tanker shipping market as it agreed to ...

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Maersk to Get Decision on Hamburg Süd Deal by March 27

Danish shipping giant Maersk Line is scheduled to receive the EU antitrust regulator’s decision on the ...

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Six More Carriers to Start Calling at German Wilhelmshaven

Six more container shipping lines will start calling at Germany’s only deep water port, Wilhelmshaven, from ...

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Gallery: First Steel Cut for AIDA’s LNG Cruise Ship

The first steel has been cut for a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) -powered cruise ship ordered by German cruise ...

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Margrethe Maersk Becomes Largest Ship to Call Vietnam

Margrethe Maersk, an ultra large container vessel (ULCV) owned by Danish shipping giant Maersk Line, called at the ...

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Offen Group, DEVK Lend a Hand to Marenave

Hamburg-based shipping trust Marenave Schiffahrts has reached an investment agreement with Offen Group and ...

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New Carrier SM Shipping Starts First Service in March

SM Shipping, a new container carrier established by South Korea’s Samra Midas (SM) Group after the group ...

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Libyan Militants Release Car Carrier Morning Compass

After Libyan militants seized the car carrier Morning Compass, the vessel was released from captivity on February ...

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China Punishes 14 Carriers for Not Reporting Freight Tariffs

China’s Ministry of Transport has fined 14 international container shipping companies because they either ...

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Eimskip's Nor Lines Purchase Hits a Hurdle

Reykjavik-based shipping company Eimskip has received a notice of objection from the Norwegian Competition ...

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