VIDEO: DolWin Beta Platform Leaves Norway

DolWin Beta

DolWin beta platform sailed out on August 1st, 2015 from Haugesund, Norway, and it is on its way to the German ...

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Global Ship Lease Enters Sale-And-Leaseback Deal with OOCL

Global Ship Lease Enters Sale-And-Leaseback Deal with OOCL

NYSE-listed container ship charter owner Global Ship Lease (GSL) has signed a sale-and-leaseback contract with Hong ...

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UASC Settles on US Shipping Act Violation Claims

UASC Settles on US Shipping Act Violation Claims

U.S. Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has completed compromise agreements with Dubai-based United Arab Shipping ...

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Meyer Turku Starts Building LNG Ferry for Tallink

Meyer Turku Starts Building LNG Ferry for Tallink

Finnish shipyard Meyer Turku started constructing an LNG-powered fast ferry for the Estonian ferry operator AS ...

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China Consortium Signs Sewol Salvage Deal

China Consortium Signs Sewol Salvage Deal

A consortium of companies led by China’s  state-run Shanghai Salvage Co. has officially signed a contract ...

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Oil Spills after Tug Hits Bayonne Fuel Terminal Pier

Oil Spills after Tug Hits Bayonne Fuel Terminal Pier

U.S. Coast Guard crews are monitoring oil recovery operations in Bayonne, New Jersey, after around 1,000 gallons of ...

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TNG Snares One More Newbuilding Resale

TNG Snares One More Newbuilding Resale

Croatian tanker owner and operator Tankerska Next Generation (TNG) has snapped up another 50,000 dwt newbuilding ...

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Spotted: AAL Hong Kong Transports Eight Buses

AAL Bus transport 2

AAL has successfully transported a fleet of eight newly-built airport shuttle buses from Xingang, China, to ...

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Outlook for Shipping Sector Remains Negative-to-Stable

Outlook for Shipping Sector Remains Negative-to-Stable in FY16

India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has maintained a negative-to-stable outlook for the shipping sector for the ...

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Radioactive Container Found at Ashdod Port

Radioactive Container Found at Ashdod Port

Port workers at the Israeli Port of Ashdod were evacuated Monday after emergency teams discovered radiation ...

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Navigator Sails to Increased Profit

Navigator Sails to Increased Profit

NYSE-listed gas shipping company Navigator Holdings has reported  revenue of USD 84.1 million for the three months ...

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CMHI Issues USD 700 Million Notes to Boost Port Business

CMHI Issues USD 700 Million Notes to Boost Port Business

Hong Kong-listed China Merchants Holdings (International), a subsidiary of China Merchants Group, has ...

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Cairn Mega Port Project Bad for Local Tourism

Cairn Mega Port Project Bad for Local Tourism

The Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS) has expressed concerns about the environmental and economic ...

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Danaos Rakes In

Danaos Rakes In

Athens-based container ship owner Danaos Corporation reported USD 38 million net income for the quarter ended June ...

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One Dead, Five Injured in Fire aboard Product Tanker

One Dead, Five Injured in Fire aboard Product Tanker

One person died and five were seriously injured when a product tanker carrying 29,000 tons of diesel oil caught ...

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Fincantieri Goes with AEG Power Solutions

Seabourn Encore

Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri has selected the Netherlands-based AEG Power Solutions as a provider of power ...

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Diana Containerships Charters Out One to Maersk Line

Diana Containerships Charters Out One to Maersk Line

Athens-based Diana Containerships Inc. has through a separate wholly-owned subsidiary entered into a time charter ...

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16th Annual FPSO World Congress 2015

This year, we will bring together more than 750 key stakeholders from oil companies, vessel owners, shipyards, financial organisations…

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Marintec South America

Marintec – South American Maritime Exhibition for Shipbuilding, Platform and Maintenance

As part of the UBM/Seatrade portfolio, Marintec South America is a trade-show for anyone who wants to stay ahead in the maritime market.

Why visit?

  • Be inspired by thousands of products and services on show
  • Find out what´s new in the market by chatting to suppliers and peers
  • Come away with genuine solutions, exciting ideas, and a fresh outlook
  • Pick up new ideas from the experts of industry through our seminar sessions and technical presentation

Why Exhibit in Rio de Janeiro/ Brazil?

  • Rio de Janeiro is the headquarter of Petrobras and its mains shipyards / ship owners
  • Rio de Janeiro is an international reference center for training of professionals for the offshore oil and gas industry
  • Brazil produces over 2 million barrels of oil per day and the offshore production will double this by 2020
  • The Brazilian shipbuilding industry has been grown 19,5% per year since 2000
  • Investments in the industry should exceed BRL 200 billion before 2020
  • The oil and gas industry reached about 12% of the total Brazilian GDP and may reach 20% by 2020
  • The offshore exploration will move R$ 3.7 trillion over the next 30 years and will generate 87 million jobs
  • Petrobras’ total pre-salt needs estimate: 97 platforms, 510 support vessels and 140 oil tankers

Read more about the conference here.

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Salvage & Wreck Asia 2014

At Asia’s only specialist salvage and wreck removal conference, delegates heard from industry leaders on topics including…

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PIANC SMART Rivers Conference

The SMART Rivers Conference is a biennal forum bringing together those involved in river transport form developing and developed countries…

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Video: MSC Zoe Arrives in Hamburg

MSC Zoe Arrives in Hamburg

Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) christened its third ‘Oscar Class,’ 19,224 TEU container ship ...

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Spotted: Marion Dufresne II Sails to Port of La Réunion

Marion Dufresne dock - Damen Shiprepair Dunkerque

The renowned French research vessel, Marion Dufresne II, left Damen Shiprepair Dunkerque in northern France on 28 ...

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EGAS Goes to BW Gas for Second LNG Floating Import Terminal

EGAS Goes to BW Gas for Second LNG Floating Import Terminal

The Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS) has contracted Singapore-based BW Gas to provide Egypt with its ...

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Drewry: China Slowdown Hurting Container Volumes

China Slowdown Hurting Container Volumes

The risks from a slowdown in Chinese consumption to container shipping are far smaller than for the dry bulk ...

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Body Found on Ferry Ablaze off Hokkaido

Body Found on Ferry Ablaze off Hokkaido

Japan Coast Guard has found a body inside the ferry Sunflower Daisetsu, presumed to be the 44-year-old Kunihiko ...

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Canada Invests in Shore Power Infrastructure in Quebec

the Alexandra Pier

The government of Canada has set aside new funding for the installation of shore power infrastructure at the Port ...

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Donggi Senoro LNG Project Ships First Cargo

Donggi Senoro LNG Project Ships First Cargo

The first liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo from Indonesia’s USD 2.9 billion Donggi Senoro LNG Project ...

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Boxships Collide in Port Klang

Boxships Collide in Port Klang

Two container ships collided while one of the vessels was performing berthing maneuvers in Westport harbor at Port ...

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DP World Fights Off 750% Rent Hike at Port of Melbourne

DP World Blocks 750 Rent Hike at Port of Melbourne

Dubai-based port operator DP World has managed to negotiate a new 50-year tenure deal at the Port of Melbourne at a ...

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