Interview: Antwerp Sets the Course for Future Growth

Interview: Antwerp Sets the Course for Future Growth

Belgium’s Port of Antwerp is the biggest port area in the world, covering 13,057 hectares, the equivalent of 20,000 football fields. The Port of Antwerp is situated some 80 kilometers inland at the upper end of the ...

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Egypt, SCCT Discussing Port Said Concession Extension

Suez Canal Container Terminal at Port Said, Egypt

The Egyptian government is in talks with representatives of Suez Canal Container Terminal (SCCT) on a contract ...

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Search for Missing Cruise Passenger Stopped

AMSA Stops Search for Missing Cruise Passenger

Based on expert medical advice regarding his survivability the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has ...

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Dutch Shipyards’ Retention Rights Undermined?

Dutch Shipyards' Retention Rights Undermined

Shipyards in the Netherlands may no longer be able to rely on the right to retain a vessel while awaiting payment ...

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Royal Caribbean Launches Chinese JV

Royal Caribbean Launches Chinese JV

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and Ctrip.com International Ltd. have agreed to form a strategic partnership through ...

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Maritime Traffic Up Fourfold in Two Decades

Maritime Traffic Up Threefold in Two Decades

Maritime traffic on the world’s oceans has increased 300 per cent over the past 20 years, according to a new study ...

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Clarksons Seals Platou Deal

Clarksons Seals Platou Deal

London-based shipbroker Clarkson PLC has confirmed a GBP 281.2 million (USD 441m) offering for the entire issued ...

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Anthony Veder Names LNG-Powered Duo

LNG-Powered Cargo Star

Two new liquefied natural gas (LNG) powered sea vessels, operated by shipowner Anthony Veder, were named on ...

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CMA CGM Splits ASEA Service

CMA CGM Splits ASEA Service

CMA CGM Group is dividing its Asia-East Africa (ASEA) service into two distinct services starting December 2014, ...

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Offshore Marine Risk Management

This conference will use a project based case study approach to showcase risk profiles, mitigation strategies, disputes and claims management. Asia’s only conference on Offshore Marine Risk Management will explore risk mitigation strategies across the offshore value chain in context to transportation, installation, construction, SURF, and asset integrity management.

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The International Tidal Energy Summit 2014

The International Tidal Energy Summit 2014 is the leading commercial networking forum dedicated to the global tidal energy industry. Back for its 8th year, ITES2014 is the #1 global forum focused on bringing together project developers, OEMs and suppliers looking to deliver commercial scale, cost competitive commercial scale tidal arrays. Featuring the CEOs of major OEMs, leading project developers and key government representatives, this is the essential meeting place for those looking to enter the dynamic tidal energy market.
To join leading representatives from DECC, the Crown Estate, ScottishPower Renewables, GDF Suez, Alstom Tidal Generation, MeyGen, Siemens Marine Current Turbines, Andritz Hydro Hammerfest, Mojo Maritime, and many more, visit  www.tidaltoday.com/tidal-conference

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5th Gas Fuelled Ships Conference

The conference is the only technical conference to combine a two day informative and knowledge based conference with technical visits giving delegates access to real life operations of current LNG vessels, and supply plants, as well as networking opportunities at its welcome reception and conference dinner. This is a must attend event for ship owners and operators, policy makers, engine manufacturers, LNG carriers, LNG suppliers, ship builders, classification societies, ship designers, ship yards and port & terminal operators who are looking to benefit from a valuable insight into using LNG as a future maritime fuel.

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Historic Ships 2014

The Historic Ships conference returns for a fourth instalment that will not only focus on the restoration and preservation of historic vessels, but also the research and investigation into the engineering and efficiency of historic design through modern naval architecture techniques.

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Interferry Backs New LNG Tank Placement Rules

Viking Grace is LNG bunkering in Port of Stockholm

Interferry, a global ferry industry association, has welcomed a decision at last week’s IMO Maritime Safety ...

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Asia – North Europe Rates to Stay Unchanged in 2015

Asia - North Europe Rates to Stay Unchanged in 2015

Since September the spot market on Asia – North Europe trade routes has tracked a similar course of falling ...

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Samsung C&T to Build Second LNG Terminal in Malaysia

The regasification terminal to be built in Malaysia

Samsung C&T Corporation has been awarded a contract by PETRONAS Gas Berhad to build a re-gasification terminal ...

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Allision Closes Gate at Kiel Canal

Ship Allison Closes Gate at Kiel Canal

A UK-flagged cargo ship is reported to had allided with the sliding lock gate in the Great Northern Chamber of the ...

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ITF Condemns PCA’s Attack on Trade Unions

Panama Canal Expansion Works

The International Transport Workers’ Federation called the recent moves by the Panama Canal Authority (PCA) an open ...

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AMSA Bars Repeat Offender

AMSA Bars Repeat Offender

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has issued a direction to Indonesian flagged container ship ...

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Image of the Day: Ocean Scout Wetting Her Beak

The image was shared by Norway’s Atlantic Offshore, showing their Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) Ocean Scout ...

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VIDEO: New Suez Canal Project Update

Video New Suez Canal Project Update

On October 18 the Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority, awarded the contract for the New Suez Canal to an ...

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Greek Towage Crews Joining Strike on Thursday

Container Terminal in the Port of Piraeus

Crews from towage companies in all Greek ports will join workers belonging to Greek public and private sector ...

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EU Bankrolls First European LNG-Powered Hopper Barge

EU Bankrolls First European LNG-Powered Hopper Barge

The EU’s TEN-T Programme will co-finance with over €1.5 million the construction of the first in Europe ...

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Some Carriers Resorting to West Coast Surcharges After All

Carriers Resorting to West Coast Surcharges After All

Some of the carriers that suspended their congestion surcharges last week for US West Coast ports have decided to ...

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Argyll Strikes Again

HMS Argyll Strikes Again

The U.K. Navy’s HMS Argyll has seized more than 850 kg of cocaine in a high speed midnight chase while on ...

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Skangass Strikes LNG Supply Deal with Eni

Skangass Strikes LNG Supply Deal with Eni

Skangass has signed a two year agreement with Eni for supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG). The LNG will be ...

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CMA CGM Marks Record Volume Surge

CMA CGM Marks Record Volume Surge

France’s CMA CGM Group, the world’s third largest container shipping company, carried 3.2 million TEUs in the ...

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Plunging Oil Prices Driving Down Fuel Costs

Plunging Oil Prices Could Cut Fuel Costs by USD 1 Mln

Fuel costs could be cut by as much as USD 1 million a year if current price levels stay put for ships that burn 24 ...

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UPDATE: Belgium Port Workers Begin 24 Hour Strike

Aerial View of Port of Zeebrugge

Port workers in Belgium have started a 24 hour strike today, 24th November 2014, which will end at midnight ...

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Drewry: North America Needs Bigger, Automated Terminals

Drewry North America Needs Bigger, Automated Terminals

Drewry’s new report Container Terminal Capacity and Performance Benchmarks compares capacity and performance ...

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ECSA Advises Caution on CO2 Monitoring Regime

ECSA Advises Caution on CO2 Monitoring Regime  1

The European Community Shipowners’ Association (ECSA) voiced their concerns in relation to data reliability ...

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