14 People Found Dead on Migrant Boat off Libya

14 People Found Dead on Migrant Boat off Libya

Italian authorities have confirmed the deaths of 14 people on board a boat carrying hundreds of refugees and ...

read more →

Over Half of Ships Scrapped in South Asia

Over Half of Ships Scrapped in South Asia, Six Fatal Accidents

Out of 213 vessels sold for breaking during the second quarter of 2015, more than half -136 ships- ended their ...

read more →

Vale Hits a Snag in Mozambique

Port of Nacala

Last week’s collapse of a giant coal stacker at Port of Nacala will delay Brazilian mining giant Vale’s ...

read more →

Egypt Says New Suez Canal Ready for Business

Egypt Says New Suez Canal Ready for Business

New Suez Canal is completed and ready to officially receive its first ships, according to Suez Canal Authority ...

read more →

Vale Seals VLCC Deal with China Merchants

Vale Seals VLCC Deal with China Merchants

Brazilian mining giant Vale S.A. (Vale) and China Merchants Energy Shipping Co. Ltd. (China Merchants), a ...

read more →

Five Consortia in the Race for Davao Sasa Modernization

Six Firms in the Race for Davao Sasa Modernization

Six companies have expressed interest in bidding for the Davao Sasa Modernization Project, the ...

read more →

NOL Posts USD 890 Million Quarterly Net Profit

NOL Posts USD 890 Million Quarterly Net Profit

Singapore-based NOL Group reported USD 890 million net profit for the quarter ended June 30, USD 887 million of ...

read more →

New Wave of FLNG Projects Imminent

New Wave of FLNG Projects Imminent

 A significant growth in both investment and activity in the floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) market is ...

read more →

HPA to Cut Almost Half of Its Workforce, MUA to Fight Back

HPA to Cut Almost Half of Its Workforce, MUA to Fight Back

Hutchison Ports Australia (HPA) is about to lay off almost half of its waterfront workforce at Port Botany and ...

read more →

Finnlines Boosts Profit in Second Quarter

Finnlines Makes More

Finnish ro/ro and ro/pax ferry operator Finnlines Group recorded EUR 15.8 million net profit for the quarter ended ...

read more →

Santa Barbara Waters Hit by Another Oil Spill

Image for illustrative purposes only.

The U.S. Coast Guard is responding to a report of an oil sheen in the water near Goleta Beach, Santa Barbara, ...

read more →

NLNG to Take Delivery of Its Newbuild Quartet by Year-End

NLNG to Take Delivery of Its Newbuild Quartet by Year-End

The fleet of Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Company (NLNG) is about to be joined by four LNG carriers before ...

read more →

Pan Ocean Exits Rehabilitation

Pan Ocean Exits Rehabilitation

Seoul Central District Court has approved the completion of rehabilitation procedure of South Korean bulk shipping ...

read more →

Spotted: 4Bs in Bergen

fred olsen

Norwegian cruise line Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines brought together its fleet of four ships –Balmoral, Braemar, ...

read more →

DSME Takes Songa Offshore to Arbitration

Songa Equinox

South Korean shipbuilding giant Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) is seeking arbitration against ...

read more →

Matson to Pay USD 15.4 Million for Hawaii Molasses Spill

Matson Settles on USD 15.4 Million Hawaii Molasses Spill Settlement

U.S. shipping company Matson, Inc. has agreed to pay up to USD 15.4 million as compensation for the 2013 molasses ...

read more →

Dangling Activists Keeping Shell Icebreaker in Portland

Dangling Activists Keeping Shell Icebreaker in Portland

Greenpeace US activists have suspended themselves from St. Johns Bridge in Portland, Oregon to block the Shell ...

read more →

Scorpio Tankers in Potential USD 536 Million Newbuilding Deal

Scorpio Tankers In Potential USD 536 Million Newbuilding Deal

Scorpio Tankers has ordered two MR product tankers and two Handymax product tankers at South Korea’s Hyundai ...

read more →

Egypt to Start Building New Side Channel at Port Said

Suez Canal Container Terminal

 A new side channel is about to be built near the Suez Canal to allow smaller vessels in the Mediterranean a ...

read more →

Korean Big Three Hit Hard in Q2

Korean Big Three Hit Hard in Q2

South Korean shipbuilding giants Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) ...

read more →

Gallery: Two Cruise Beauties Meet in Dubrovnik

dubrovnik10

In today’s spotted we caught on camera two cruise ships enjoying the Mediterranean sun in Dubrovnik, Croatia. ...

read more →

”K” Line Fixes Two LNG Carriers

''K'' Line Fixes Two LNG Carriers

”K” Line LNG Shipping (UK) Limited (K-LNG), a subsidiary of Japanese Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha ...

read more →

Container Carriers Flocking to Iran

Container Carriers Flocking to Iran

Container carriers are returning their operations to Iran following the deal with P5 +1 powers on lifting of ...

read more →

Infographic: Casualties in 2015

Trumpet 29 07 15 Press Version - Final - 605 x 300px (2)

Opting for a job at sea may turn out to be rewarding at times as it offers the opportunity to venture out into the ...

read more →

San Francisco Ferry Operator Examining Hydrogen Propulsion

San Francisco Ferry Operator Looking Into Hydrogen Propulsion

Sandia National Laboratories and San Francisco-based ferry operator Red and White Fleet have signed a cooperative ...

read more →

CSDC and CSCL Receive USD 169m in Scrap-and-Build Subsidies

CSDC and CSCL Receive USD 169m in Scrap-and-Build Subsidies

China Shipping Development Company (CSDC) and China Shipping Container Lines (CSCL) have received a combined ...

read more →

Scorpio Bulkers Plunges Deeper into Red

Scorpio Bulkers Plunges Deeper in Red

Scorpio Bulkers Inc. posted a net loss of USD 138.6 million, or USD 0.71 basic and diluted loss per share, for the ...

read more →