TSA Members Revise Low-Sulfur Fuel Charge

TSA Members Revise Low-Sulfur Fuel Charge

Asia-U.S. container shipping lines in the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement (TSA) have revised their recommended low-sulfur fuel charge to recover the added cost. According to TSA the container lines are facing an ...

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Image of the Day: Platforms Resting in the Sun

Platforms Resting in the SUn

The image shows two platforms located in the Golden Eagle and Peregrine fields resting in the sun taken from ...

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TSA Members Revise Low-Sulfur Fuel Charge

TSA Members Revise Low-Sulfur Fuel Charge

Asia-U.S. container shipping lines in the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement (TSA) have revised their recommended ...

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VIDEO: Future USS Detroit Takes a Plunge

VIDEO: Future USS Detroit Takes a Plunge

The Lockheed Martin -led industry team launched the seventh Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), Detroit, into the Menominee ...

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Keppel: Industry Fundamentals Still Strong

Industry Fundamentals Still Strong

Keppel Corporation reported a net profit of S$414 million (USD 352.8 million) in the third quarter of 2014, down 9% ...

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Pirates Board Chemical Tanker off Indonesia

Pirates Board Chemical Tanker off Indonesia1

A chemical tanker was boarded by a group of pirates on October 18th while the ship was sailing around 3 nautical ...

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CKYHE Alliance Sets Sights on US Trades

CKYHE Alliance Sets Sights on US Trades

The CKYHE Alliance (COSCO, “K” LINE, Yang Ming, Hanjin Shipping, and Evergreen Line) has submitted a Filing ...

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HHI’s Order Intake Down 25 Pct

HHI's Order Intake Down 25 Pct

South Korean shipbuilding giant Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has recorded 25.1 percent lower order intake for the ...

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G6 Suspends Asia – US West Coast Service

G6 Suspends Asia - US West Coast Service

The members of the G6 Alliance have announced the temporary suspension of their Central China (CC2) service between ...

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SHIPBUILD VIETNAM 2014

SHIPBUILD VIETNAM 2014 and VIET MARINE 2014 is the only specialized Shipbuilding and Maritime event in Vietnam that brings together an international congregation of shipbuilding companies, maritime companies and also its supporting industries gathered in Vietnam’s largest Shipbuilding Capital, Hai Phong, to showcase the latest developments in the shipbuilding and maritime industry.

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The 4th Offshore Support Vessel Conference

What’s different for 2014?
  • More oil and gas company and shipowner input than ever before – insights from STATOIL, BOURBON, DOF, EIDESVIK, VIKING SUPPLY SHIPS, and K LINE OFFSHORE
  • Even more international content covering Mexico, Africa, Russia, and more
  • Fun and creative session formats: Geo-focused strategy labs, the rapid fire technology showcase and more

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7th Annual Arctic Shipping North America Forum

The Arctic Shipping Forum 2014 Innovations Award will be presented to a company or individual that has displayed an innovative idea either through a new technology, environmental practice or service to Arctic communities in the past year.

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Turkish Ship Finance and Investment

View the Turkish Ship Finance and Investment Event agenda

  1. Assess where investment opportunities in Turkey’s maritime industry may lie
  2. Examine the market oulook for key Turkish shipping sectors, including dry bulk, chemical tankers, and small to medium sized containers
  3. Receive expert insights from Turkey’s leading shipping professionals, including Robert Yildirim and Tugrul Tokgoz
  4. Understand Norwegian shipping’s criteria for collaborating with Turkish shipyards, with insight from GIEK – The Norweigan Export Credit Agency
  5. Identify new sources of capital for your company and understand how to tap them: Is Turkish shipping compatible with alternative ship finance?
  6. Compare business models and assess how to ensure the success of Turkish shipping in the future
  7. Explore both domestic and international banks’ perspectives on lending to Turkish companies
  8. Consider the need for continued investment in Turkey’s port and terminal infrastructure: Are developments in oil and gas spearheading the need for investment?
  9. Learn how to maximise your operational efficiency, considering the ‘eco’ question
  10. Partake in friendly debate in our dedicated networking breaks and drinks reception

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Drewry: Slow Steaming Keeps Overcapacity at Bay

Drewry: Slow Steaming Keeps Overcapacity at Bay

Drewry Shipping Consultants says no matter how low the oil and bunker prices go, it is confident that ocean ...

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First Fully Owned Cape Newbuild for Oldendorff

First Fully Owned Cape Newbuild for Oldendorff

Germany’s bulk transportation company Oldendorff Carriers has taken delivery of its first owned Capesize ...

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UPDATE: MT Seychelles Patriot Refloated

Grounded MT Seychelles Patriot Still Stuck

After over a week aground in the middle of the Amazon River, MT Seychelles Patriot was successfully re-floated on ...

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Mitsubishi Propellers to Be Produced in China

Mitsubishi Propellers to Be Produced in China

Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Marine Machinery & Engine Co., Ltd. (MHI-MME) has concluded a ...

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Triyards Marks Profit Decrease, Boosts Yard Capacity

Triyards Marks Profit Decrease, Boosts Yard Capacity

Singapore Exchange-listed Triyards Holdings Limited has reported a decrease of USD 3.8 million (11%) and USD 5.2 ...

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Prosecution of Somali Piracy Leaders Crucial

Prosecution of Somali Piracy Leaders Crucial

Piracy activity in the Gulf of Aden and Western Indian Ocean has declined significantly, as concluded by the ...

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Ras Laffan Terminal Operations Notches 5,000 Loadings

Ras Laffan Terminal Operations Notches 5,000 Loadings

Qatargas’ Ras Laffan Terminal Operations (RLTO) marked the loading of its 5000th cargo on October 13, the ...

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Seishu Maru Passes Gas Trial

Seishu Maru Passes Gas Trial

Wilhelmsen Technical Solutions (WTS) has completed the gas trial for the first LNG carrier built to a Boil Off Rate ...

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IMO Comes to Grips with Ballast Water Convention Issues

IMO Comes to Grips with Ballast Water Convention Issues

The IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) adopted measures to help accelerate the entry into ...

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Tacoma Port September Volumes Highest Since 2005

Port of Tacoma September Container Volumes Highest Since 2005

Container volumes through the Port of Tacoma surged in September, posting a 20 percent gain over the same month ...

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VIDEO: Thames Makes Room for Largest Ship Ever

Thames Makes Room for Largest Ship Ever

The largest ship ever to enter the Thames arrived at DP World London Gateway on 19th October 2014 in the early ...

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Scorpio Takes Facility to Finance Dozen Newbuilds

Scorpio Takes Facility to Finance Dozen Newbuilds

Scorpio Bulkers has received commitments from DNB Capital, the Export-Import Bank of Korea, Korea Trade Insurance ...

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Jiangsu Rongsheng Posts Half a Billion USD Loss

Jiangsu Rongsheng Posts Half a Billion USD Loss

  Chinese shipyard group China Rongsheng Heavy Industries said that its majority-owned subsidiary Jiangsu Rongsheng ...

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TSA Introducing Intermodal Door Delivery Charge

TSA Members Introduces Intermodal Door Delivery Charge

Most member lines in the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement (TSA) are moving forward individually with charges of ...

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Tropical Storm Ana Closes Hawaii’s Port Allen

Tropical Storm Ana Closes Hawaii's Port Allen

The U.S. Coast Guard Captain of the Port has closed Port Allen in Kauai, due to the severe weather of Tropical ...

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Update: Disabled Russian Cargo Ship Reaches Prince Rupert

Disabled Russian Cargo Ship Reaches Prince Rupert

Disabled Russian-flagged cargo ship Simushir, which was floating off the west coast of Haida Gwaii with 10 ...

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AOA: Ross Sea, East Antarctica Must Be Declared Marine ...

AOA: Ross Sea, East Antarctica Must Be Declared Marine Protected Areas

As representatives of the 25 Members of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources ...

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MEPC Approves Draft Polar Code

IMO Approves Draft Polar Code

The Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has approved ...

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