Georgia, Virginia File East Coast Terminal Deal with FMC

Georgia and Virginia port authorities have decided to join forces as they filed with the Federal Maritime ...

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CWR: Shipping Banks Face Climate Risk Exposure

Climate transition pathways could pose risks to the banks that hold USD 400 billion of global shipping debt, ...

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Shipping Vulnerable to Regional Action on Cutting CO2

Unless the International Maritime Organization (IMO) makes significant progress as part of its CO2 reduction ...

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Car Carrier Catches Fire in English Channel

The US-flagged car carrier Honor caught fire in the English Channel in the early hours of Friday, February 24, ...

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USCG Detains Two Bulkers in Portland and Kalama

The US Coast Guard has set in motion a detention of the Panama-flagged bulk carriers Atlantic Ruby and Amber L ...

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First Teekay ECC Shuttle Tanker Starts Taking Shape

South Korea’s Samsung Heavy Industries has laid keel for Teekay’s first shuttle tanker newbuilding ...

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US Jury Convicts Two Green Sky Engineers in Magic Hose Case

A federal jury in Charleston, South Carolina, has convicted two chief engineers of the Liberia-flagged chemical ...

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Dockers to Shut Down US East Coast, Gulf Coast Ports?

The International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA) has called for a one-day shutdown of US East Coast and ...

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Aegean Pleads Guilty to US Pollution Charges

Greece-based tanker operator Aegean Shipping Management, S.A., has pleaded guilty in federal court in Charleston, ...

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Teekay LNG Sees 4Q Profit Rise. On Track to Secure Financing

Bermuda-headquartered owner and operator of liquefied natural gas carriers Teekay LNG Partners experienced a growth ...

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Video: NASSCO Builders Take Liberty for a Spin

On Monday, February 20, NASSCO shipbuilders took the Jones Act tanker Liberty to sea for the very first time for ...

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Teekay Tankers Sees Signs of Market Upturn in 2017

2017 will present some headwinds to crude tanker rates due to cuts to OPEC production, rising oil prices, and fleet ...

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Standard Club Urges for Proper Ballast Water Etiquette in US

Specialist marine and energy insurer, Standard Club P&I, urged its members to discharge ballast water in US ...

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Mitsui Delivers Neo60BC Bulker to Arist Maritime

Japanese shipbuilder and ship designer Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding (MES) has completed and delivered a ...

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ZIM Broadens Asia – Pacific North West Scope

Israeli container carrier Zim Integrated Shipping Services (ZIM) is to add the second Asia – Pacific North ...

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Another Win for Navios in Vale Contract Dispute

A New York arbitration tribunal has ruled in favor of Navios South American Logistics, part of Greek dry bulk ...

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Newbuildings Drive NCLH’s Profit Surge

US cruise operator Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) delivered a profit of USD 633.1 million in 2016, ...

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Clarksons: Boxship Deliveries Entering Moderate Era?

As containership deliveries dropped from the record 1.7 million TEU in 2015 to just 0.9 million TEU in 2016, the ...

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APM Terminals to Prepare Port Elizabeth for ULCVs

Dutch container terminal operator APM Terminals has increased its investment plans for the Port Elizabeth ...

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Mississippi Port Duo Deepens Ties with Cuba

Mississippi’s ports of Pascagoula and Gulfport signed deals with Cuba on February 20, with an aim of ...

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ABS Issues Cyber Safety Notation for Marine Industries

As the focus on cyber safety is rising, the classification provider ABS has issued its first notation for the ABS ...

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Bunker Fuel Prices Affect Matson's Earnings

US-based container carrier Matson reported a net income of USD 19.4 million in the fourth quarter of 2016, down ...

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United Journey Tanker Released after 2-Month Arrest

Operator of offshore support vessels Toisa Ltd. has regained control of its crude oil tanker United Journey which ...

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LR2s to Reap the Fruits from 0.5 Pct Sulphur Cap

Clean product tankers are likely to benefit from the implementation of the global 0.5% sulphur emissions cap as of ...

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New Carrier SM Shipping Starts First Service in March

SM Shipping, a new container carrier established by South Korea’s Samra Midas (SM) Group after the group ...

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US Coast Guard Medevacs Master from Tanker

A vessel master suffering from chest pains aboard the 2011-built chemical tanker FPMC 28 was medevaced on February ...

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