Salvors Continue Removing Oil from Grounded MV Benita

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Some 80 tonnes of the remaining fuel oil have been extracted from the heavily grounded bulker MV Benita on the ...

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Japanese Shipyards' Orders Halved in May

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Japanese shipbuilding woes continued in May as well, as the country’s shipyards secured just eight ...

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New TSS off Western Australia from December

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Two new Traffic Separation Schemes (TSS) will come into effect off the south-west coast of Western Australia on 1 ...

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Indonesia's Coal to Philippines on Hold, Seven More Abducted

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In light of the latest kidnapping of seven crewmembers in the southern Philippines, Indonesia said that ...

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Antwerp Port Authority Names New CEO

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Belgium’s Antwerp Port Authority has appointed new Chief Executive Officer, Jacques Vandermeiren (52), who ...

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Teekay Sells Last VLCC for USD 62 Mn

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Amid an increase in the sale and purchase activities related to the tanker segment, Teekay Corporation has agreed ...

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UK Urged to Form New Free Trade Commission Due to Brexit

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As the British people made a decision to leave the European Union, the UK should consider establishing a new Free ...

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Austal to Build RoPax for Mols-Linien

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Australian shipbuilder Austal has secured a contract to design and construct a 109-meter vehicle passenger (RoPax) ...

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MAN Record-Breaker Propels MSC Jade into Action

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Mediterranean Shipping Company’s (MSC) newest containership MSC Jade has entered service, powered by the ...

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Maersk to Consider Splitting Its Operations?

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Danish shipping and energy conglomerate Maersk Group is considering a number of strategic and structural options, ...

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Drewry: Shortage of Shipping Officers to Be Reduced by 2020

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Slowing growth in the size of the shipping fleet is to reduce te shortage of officers from 20,900 at the end of ...

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Moody's Outlook on Global Shipping Sector Stays Negative

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As the shipping industry is expected to see its earnings worsen, while freight rates are likely to remain ...

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Expanded Panama Canal Will not Affect Crude Oil Traffic

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Although the Expanded Panama Canal will allow the transit of larger ships, most of the petroleum-related traffic ...

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VIDEO: Cruising into Rostock Port

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Warnemünde cruise terminal at German Rostock Port welcomed this Wednesday two large cruise ships – Holland ...

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14th ASEAN Ports and Shipping 2016

A two days Conference Programme will feature 30 world-class conference speakers addressing topical issues and challenges on global…

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7th Annual LNG Shipping Conference

Get the latest updates from NYK shipping on small scale LNG bunkering project
Gain insight into LNG shipping in a buyers’ market trends from Fearnley LNG…

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FLNG World Congress

There are plenty of opinions on where the FLNG market is headed in 2016-18 in the current oil price environment. The question is, do you have enough critical market intelligence to make an informed one?

At the FLNG World Congress this year, we deliver to you the governments, project owners, oil companies, EPC contractors and supply chain that have or are working on current and upcoming projects—Hear unprecedented presentations from Ophir Energy, Delfin Energy, Technip, SKK Migas, Black & Veatch, KBR, Chevron and more as they walk you through invaluable lessons learnt and experiences on how to commercialise FLNG projects.

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Maritime Cyber Risk – Addressing the real and current threats

This one day international conference on Maritime Cyber Risk – Addressing the Real and Current Threats will look at practical steps which…

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Fire Delays CMA CGM Rossini in Colombo

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The 5,770 TEU containership CMA CGM Rossini is wrapping up operations at the port of Colombo, Sri Lanka, and will ...

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Spotted: Norwegian Dawn Shines in Boston

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Miami-based cruise company Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Dawn sailed into its seasonal homeport of Boston, ...

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Overseas Shipholding Group Joins NYSE Big Board

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US tanker company Overseas Shipholding Group, Inc. has been approved by the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to ...

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Maersk Group Puts Søren Skou at the Helm

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The Board of Directors of Maersk Group has appointed Søren Skou as new Chief Executive Officer of A.P. Møller ...

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May Exports Looking Healthier across US West Coast

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The Northwest Seaport Alliance’s (NWSA) volumes recovered in May after last year’s unusual trade ...

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EU: Free Passage Through South China Sea Is Paramount

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Due to the large volume of international maritime trade passing through the South China Sea, the European ...

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ABB Opens New Integrated Operations Center in Singapore

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Swiss-based power and automation technology group ABB is opening its first integrated operations center in ...

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BIMCO Covers Shipping Contract Novation Loopholes

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BIMCO has published three standard novation agreements that provide a legal framework to change one of the original ...

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Ternsund Aces Sea Trials

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Terntank’s first 15,000 dwt chemical tanker with dual-fuel two-stroke engine – M/T Ternsund – has ...

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RBS Gets Offers for Its Greek Ship Finance Business

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After being faced with a number of bad shipping loans due to a sluggish demand in the shipping industry, the Royal ...

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RMC Notches First Shipbuilding Order

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Finnish shipbuilding company Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) has been awarded a contract to build a 158-meter long ...

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MV Benita’s Cargo Tanks Damaged and Flooded

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A number of cargo tanks have been damaged and are flooded aboard the heavily grounded bulk carrier MV Benita which ...

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