EU Court of Justice to Deliberate on Singapore Trade Deal

EU Court of Justice to Deliberate on Singapore Trade Deal

The European Commission has decided to request an opinion of the EU Court of Justice on the competence to sign and ratify a trade agreement with Singapore. European Union Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht said: ”I ...

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ICS: Oil Pollution Compensation Regime Threatened

IOPCF Wind Up Threatens Current Regime

The smooth running of the well-established global regime for compensation from oil pollution from ships may be ...

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Sri Lanka Facing Fisheries Export Ban

Sri Lanka Facing Fishing Export Ban

In its fight against illegal fishing activities worldwide, the European Commission has today proposed to ban ...

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US Agencies to Monitor Marine Biodiversity

US Agencies to Monitor Marine Biodiversity

The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA), The National Aeronautics and Space Administration ...

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AMSA Rescues 15 from Burning Vessel

AMSA Rescues 15 from Burning Vessel

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) reports that fifteen people have been rescued from a burning ...

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Russia Exploring Fukushima Accident Effects

Russia Exploring Fukushima Accident Effects

Russian  research vessel ”Professor Khlyustin” sailed out from Vladivostok on a 28-day expedition to ...

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Canada-South Korea Free Trade Agreement Signed

Park Geun-hye, President of the Republic of Korea and Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper

On September 22, 2014, the high officials of Canada and South Korea signed Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement ...

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Warming Oceans Reshaping Fishermen’s Catch

Warming Oceans Reshaping Fishermen's Haul

For the first time, scientists have shown that ocean warming has had a global impact on the mix of species caught ...

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Farmers Trash Huadong Shipyard

Farmers Trash Huadong Shipyard

An enraged mob of around two hundred aquaculture farmers and close to one thousand locals from Guangzhou province ...

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Japan Holds Firm on Whaling Programme

Japan Holds Firm on Whaling Programme

Japan is not backing down from its decision to pursue whaling despite the non-binding decision of the International ...

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Warming Atlantic Sets Stage for Invasive Species Outbreak

Warming Atlantic Sets Stage for Invasive Species Outbreak

Warming water temperatures due to climate change could expand the range of many native species of tropical fish, ...

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Safer Seas 2013 to Be a Sobering Reminder

Safer Seas 2013 to Be a Sobering Reminder

The National Transportation Safety Board has released “Safer Seas 2013: Lessons Learned From Marine Accident ...

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Date Set for Navingo Maritime & Offshore Career ...

Date Set for Navingo Maritime & Offshore Career Event 2015

The 9th annual Navingo Maritime & Offshore Career Event (MOCE) will be held on Wednesday 22 April 2015 at the ...

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Rolls-Royce Displays Latest Engine

Rolls-Royce Displays Latest Engine

Rolls-Royce has unveiled the first of a new family of medium-speed engines for the marine market that will include ...

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All Eyes on SMM Hamburg

All Eyes on SMM Hamburg

The SMM international trade fair of the maritime industry has officially been opened in Hamburg. Every two years ...

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EC Assessing Damage Caused by Russia’s Fisheries ...

EC Assessing Damage Caused by Russia's Fisheries Products Ban

Following Russia’s announcement on August 7 to ban imports of certain fisheries products from the European Union, ...

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Have Your Say on Green Agenda

Have Your Say on Green Agenda

Growing concerns about the state of the world’s oceans and the impact that shipping has on quality of the air has ...

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Heavy Weather Delays Pine Galaxy’s Arrival to San ...

Heavy Weather Delays Pine Galaxy's Arrival to San Francisco

The disabled mixed-products tanker Pine Galaxy is expected to arrive in San Francisco later this week, according to ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (Aug 18 – 24, 2014)

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Strike at Ningbo Port Turns Violent A massive strike by as many as 10,000 truck drivers at Ningbo’s Beilun ...

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HRAS to Investigate Fishermen Murders

HRAS Launches Fishermen Murder Investigation

Human Rights at Sea (HRAS) has announced the commencement of its own international investigation into the murders ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (Aug 11 – 15, 2014)

Readers' Picks of the Week (Aug 11 - 15, 2014)

Lilly Johanne Capsizes in Turkey Lilly Johanne, a live fish carrier, capsized in Celiktrans shipyard in Tuzla, ...

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Dong Takes Fishermen to Court

Dong Takes Fishermen to Court

Offshore wind developer Dong Energy has issued an injunction against Norfolk fishermen who work in an area the ...

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VIDEO: Wärtsilä Takes Fishing to Another Level

Video: Wärtsilä Ship Brings Fishing to Another Level

Based on close to 40 years of experience and their designers’ extensive knowledge, Wärtsilä has developed a ...

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EC Cuts Fishing Quotas

EC Cuts Fishing Quotas

The ten Member States of the European Union that declared having exceeded their fishing quotas in 2013 will face ...

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Lilly Johanne Capsizes in Turkey

Lilly Johanne Capsizes in Turkey

Lilly Johanne, a live fish carrier, capsized in Celiktrans shipyard in Tuzla, Turkey, on August 7, iLaks reports. ...

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