Chemical Spill Scare at Oakland Port

Chemical Spill Scare at Oakland Port

The hazardous materials unit of the Oakland Fire Department responded yesterday to an acid spill from a shipping ...

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DNV GL Adds Class Notation for Ship-to-Ship Gas Bunkering

DNV GL Adds Class Notation for Ship-to-Ship Gas Bunkering

DNV GL has developed a new class notation for gas bunker vessels aimed at ensuring safe fuel transfer operations ...

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Advantage Tankers Secures Cash for Suezmax Duo

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Advantage Tankers, LLC, a Marshall Islands-based holding company established to acquire an operating fleet of crude ...

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Empties Push Northwest Seaport Alliance Export Growth

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Container volumes through The Northwest Seaport Alliance, jointly launched by the ports of Seattle and Tacoma on ...

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Jensen Introduces Two New LNG Bunker Barge Concepts

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Crowley Maritime Corp. subsidiary Jensen Maritime has developed two new, liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunker barge ...

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The High Tide for Tanker Owners Soon to Be Over?

The High Tide for Tanker Owners Soon to Be Over

A surge in crude tanker vessel capacity over the next two years will lead to a fall in ship-owner earnings from ...

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Global Liners More Reliable in Q2

Global Liners More Reliable in Q2

Global liner schedule reliability in the second quarter of 2015 improved to 76.5% from 69.6% in the previous ...

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DSME Terminates Drillship Contract

DSME Terminates Drillship Contract

South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) has cancelled a contract for ...

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Port Metro Vancouver in Growth Mode

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 Port Metro Vancouver, Canada’s largest port, recorded continued growth in trade through the Pacific Gateway, ...

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Date Set for Launching of TOTE’s 2nd LNG Container Ship

Date Set for Launching of TOTE's 2nd LNG Container Ship

The world’s second LNG-powered container ship, known as TOTE 2, is scheduled to be launched at the end of ...

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Chemical Tankers Reap Fruits from Product Tanker Demand

Chemical Tankers

The chemical tanker shipping market has been strongly supported by specialised trades and clean petroleum products ...

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Former Petrobras Exec Gets 12 Years over SHI Bribe

Former Petrobras Exec Gets 12 Years over SHI Bribe

Former international chief of Brazilian state-run oil company Nestor Cervero has been sentenced to 12 years of ...

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MOL Settles on Price Fixing in US

MOL Settles on Price Fixing

Japanese shipping giant Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) has agreed to settle in a class-action antitrust lawsuit ...

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Eagle Bulk Cuts Loss

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 Nasdaq-listed bulker owner and operator Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc. reported a net loss of USD 27.5 million in the ...

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US Step Closer toward Lifting of Crude Oil Exports Ban

US Step Closer toward Lifting of Crude Oil Exports Ban

The United States has made another step toward easing of its ban on crude exports with the approval of a swap deal ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (8-12 of August)

Readers' Picks of the Week (8-12 of August)

China Orders Merger Between Two Biggest Shipping Companies The government of China has reportedly ordered the ...

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Konecranes Rings Fraud Alarm

Konecranes Rings Fraud Alarm

Finnish port automation solutions provider Konecranes has reported that one of its foreign subsidiaries has become ...

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Port of Virginia Reports Best July Container Volumes Ever

Port of Virginia Reports Best July Container Volumes Ever

The U.S. Port of Virginia began its fiscal year 2016 by handling 226,000 TEUs in July, and in doing so marked the ...

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AES Dominicana Upgrading Andres LNG Terminal

AES Dominicana Upgrading Andres LNG Terminal

AES Dominicana, an affiliate of AES Corporation, plans to turn its AES Andres LNG terminal in the Dominican ...

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Global Trade at Port of Oakland in Decline

Global Trade at Port of Oakland in Decline

Port of Oakland’s trade with the world totaled USD 21.29 billion through the first six months of 2015, a 11.52 ...

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USCG Airlifts Ailing Crewman from Maersk Boxship

USCG Airlifts Ailing Crewman from Maersk Boxship

The U.S. Coast Guard medevaced a man suffering symptoms of appendicitis Thursday off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. ...

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Biggest Gantry Crane in Alaska Arriving at Kodiak Terminal

Biggest Crane in Alaska Arriving at Kodiak Terminal

U.S. carrier and container terminal operator Matson, Inc. has taken delivery of a new 65-ton gantry crane to ...

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US District Judge Approves OSG Settlement Deal

US District Judge Approves OSG Settlement Deal

U.S. District judge Shira A. Scheindlin has given preliminary approval to a USD 16.25 million settlement between ...

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First Deepwater Horizon Compensation Funds Allocated

GoM Restoration Council Starts Allocating Deepwater Horizon Compensation Funds

The Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council, a new U.S. federal entity created by the RESTORE Act consisting of ...

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Port of Long Beach Sees Record Container Volumes in July

Port of Long Beach Sees Record Container Volumes in July (2)

Cargo container volumes surged through California’s Port of Long Beach in July, with an 18.4 percent increase ...

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Vard Hooks Two Shipbuilding Contracts

The Rolls-Royce NVC 374 stern trawler

Norwegian shipbuilder and ship designer Vard Holdings Limited has secured contracts for the construction of one ...

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USCG Suspends Search for Missing Boxship Crewman

USCG Suspends Search for Missing Boxship Crewman

The U.S. Coast Guard has suspended the search for a missing crew member of the Marshall Islands-flagged container ...

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