Houston Pilots Blame 2015 Collision on Fuel Issues

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The Houston Pilots Association is taking a stand against the results of a collision study released by the National ...

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Cairns Switches Focus to Accommodate Mega Cruise Ships

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As the mega cruise ship market is expected to experience a strong growth, the Australian Cairns Shipping ...

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Gallery: Two Golars Hook Up in Gibraltar Bay

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The Golar Ice and Golar Crystal, two LNG tankers owned by the shipping company Golar LNG, were conducting a ...

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Denmark: Five Shipping Firms Violate Sulfur Measures

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Five shipping companies were reported for violating sulfur requirements, which came into effect on January 1, ...

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Al-Nuaman Brings 1st Commercial LNG Cargo to Świnoujście

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The Q-flex type liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier Al-Nuaman brought the first shipment of LNG to the newly-built ...

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Ports of Auckland Fined After Worker Injured in Fall

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Ports of Auckland Ltd. (POAL) has been fined NZD 49,980 (USD 35,551) and ordered to pay NZD 12,000 in reparations ...

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COSCO Vessel Sets Sail to Make History in Panama The Neopanamax container vessel COSCO Shipping Panama has set sail ...

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Evergreen Gets 20-Year Colon Terminal Lease Extension

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Taiwan-listed shipping company Evergreen Marine Corp. has received an approval to extend its lease of the ...

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IDC: Greek Unions Will Continue to Strike

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Following the Greek government’s failure to reach an agreement with the Federation of Port Workers of Greece ...

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Port of LA Sees Record May Container Traffic

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The Port of Los Angeles saw an increase in overall cargo volumes by 11 percent in May compared to the same period ...

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Turkish Yilport Acquires Solventas Liquid Storage Terminal

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Turkish port operator Yilport Holding, a subsidiary of Yildirim Group, has obtained a 100 percent share in ...

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Gallery: Two Giant Cranes Arrive at London Gateway

DP World London Gateway Port welcomed yesterday two new quayside cranes. At their highest point, they stand at 138 ...

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CSCL, Hanjin Add New Gulf of Mexico Express Service

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Container shipping majors COSCO Container Lines (CSCL) and Hanjin Shipping have launched a new joint Gulf of Mexico ...

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CMA CGM Confirms Partnership with PSA Singapore

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French container shipping company CMA CGM and PSA Singapore Terminals (PSA) have confirmed that they will ...

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Gallery: Disney Magic Makes a Stop in Dublin

Dublin Port has become the first Irish port to welcome one of Disney Cruise Line’s signature ships, Disney ...

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20 Busiest Latin American, Caribbean Container Ports

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The movement of containerized cargo through Latin American and Caribbean ports grew 1.7 percent during 2015, ...

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Port of Singapore Sees Recovery in Container Traffic

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The world’s second busiest port, the Port of Singapore, reported an increase in its cargo container traffic ...

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South Korea, Iran Set Up Regular Container Service

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A regular container service connecting Korean Incheon Port directly to the Middle East has been launched, with ...

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SHI Could Join the Construction of India's FSRU LNG Terminal

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One of the “Big Three” shipbuilders of South Korea, Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI), will reportedly be ...

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Port of Piraeus Shareholders Okay Cosco's Concession Deal

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China’s port operator Cosco Group (Hong Kong) Limited has received approval for a new concession agreement at the ...

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Interview: Clamping Down on US Port Emissions

Interview US Ports Work on Addressing Emissions Reductions

As the world tries to set up targets to cut emissions, we look at what shipping sectors are doing. The US port ...

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Cyprus Pilots to Strike over Union Boss' Disciplinary Probe

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The Cyprus Ports Authority (CPA) pilots are planning to launch another round of strikes over a disciplinary ...

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Port of NY & NJ Will Be Big Ship-Ready by End of 2017

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The Port of New York and New Jersey will be able to handle 14,000 TEU vessels toward the end of 2017, officials at ...

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World’s Biggest Lock Officially Opened

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The Kieldrecht lock at the Belgium’s Port of Antwerp has been inaugurated today when H.M. King of Belgium ...

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Alphaliner: CMA CGM, PSA Singapore to Join Forces

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French container shipping major CMA CGM and PSA Singapore Terminals are planning to establish a joint venture ...

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Workers Announce New Strikes at French LNG Terminals, Ports

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Just after a few days of restoring operations, Elengy’s three liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals in France ...

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Port of Liverpool Transferred to the Province of Nova Scotia

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The Government of Canada has conveyed the ownership of the Port of Liverpool, Nova Scotia, to the Province of Nova ...

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