Bomb Scare at Lithuanian FSRU

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A bomb threat interrupted gas supply on Wednesday from Lithuania’s recently inaugurated liquefied natural gas ...

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VIDEO: Preps for Höegh Osaka’s Repair Underway

Preps for Höegh Osaka's Repair Underway

Preparation of a repair plan for the car carrier Höegh Osaka is underway, according to the vessel’s owner ...

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CMA CGM Adjusts Europe-West Africa Service

CMA CGM Adjusts Europe-West Africa Service

CMA CGM/Delmas will realign their Europe (via Tangier-Med)-West Africa network with three new services (Euraf3, ...

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Syriza Bins Piraeus Port Sale, Targets Shipping Sector

Syriza Bins Piraeus Port Privatisation, Targets Shipping Sector

Greece’s new government led by the left-wing party Syriza plans to stop the sale of a majority stake in the ...

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GAC Signs Agency Deal with BG Group

GAC Signs Agency Deal with BG Group

British multinational oil and gas company BG Group has appointed GAC to be the sole provider of hub agency services ...

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UK Seafarers Unprotected from Unfair Competition

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A new report from maritime specialists at Cardiff University into UK seafarers has found ineffective enforcement of ...

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Navios Banking On Cheap Oil

Navios Banking On Cheap Oil

NYSE-listed owner and operator of tanker vessels Navios Maritime Midstream Partners expects to see spot rates for ...

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North Pacific Route to Become Bussiest Trading Corridor

North Pacific Route to Become Bussiest Trading Corridor

 The North Pacific route will surpass the North Atlantic as the world’s most busy trading corridor in terms of ...

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NewLead Doubles Bitumen Tanker Fleet

Doubles Bitumen Tanker Fleet

Greek shipping and logistics company NewLead Holdings has bought and leased five bitumen tankers, expanding its ...

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Navig8 Bolsters Pool Fleets

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January has been a busy month for Navig8 Group’s shipping pools as they bolster ranks with new units. A total of ...

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Update: Höegh Osaka Starts Cargo Discharge

Höegh Osaka Pending Cargo Discharge

Discharge of cargo from car carrier Höegh Osaka started on Tuesday, January 27th, the vessel’s owner Höegh ...

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The Dutch Forge Ahead with LNG Bunkering Plans

The Dutch Forge Ahead with LNG Bunkering Plans

The Dutch entrepreneurs Peter Versluis (Veka Group), Gerard Deen (Deen Shipping) and Ed de Jong (IUVENIS) joined ...

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DMA: Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems Approval Made Easier

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It becomes easier to verify whether exhaust gas cleaning systems comply with the stricter limit values for sulphur ...

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G6 Chooses Kotug

G6 Chooses Kotug

Five members of the G6 Shipping Alliance (APL, Hyundai, MOL, NYK Line and OOCL) have awarded a multi-annual and ...

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Infographic: Maritime Crime Figures for 2014

Maritime Crime Figures for 2014 V3

Maritime operations company Dryad Maritime released the following infographic showing maritime crime figures for ...

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Prosecutor Wants 26 Years for Costa Concordia Captain

Costa Concordia

Italian prosecutors have called for a 26-year prison sentence for the captain of Costa Concordia cruise ship that ...

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Update: Port of Antwerp Cranks Up the Volume

Port of Antwerp Cranks Up the Volume

Belgium’s Port of Antwerp handled 199,012,082 tonnes of freight in 2014, a 4.3% increase compared to the ...

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HSH Nordbank Looking to Offload Bad Shipping Loans

HSH Nordbank Looking to Offload Bad Shipping Loans

Hamburg-headquartered HSH Nordbank is ramping up the efforts to shed EUR 1.5 billion (USD 1.7bn) of bad shipping ...

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Maersk Giant Breaks 18,000 TEU Ceiling

Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Breaks 18,000 TEU Ceiling

Maersk Line’s Triple E container ship behemoth Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller left the Spain’s Port of ...

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Eitzen Secures USD 100 Mln Loan

Eitzen Secures USD 100 Mln Loan

Oslo-based owner and operator of chemical tankers Eitzen Chemical ASA has entered into a loan facility with ...

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Eimskip Shuffles Lines

Eimskip Shuffles Lines

​Icelandic shipping and logistics provider Eimskip has decided to combine its Green and Red Lines in the company’s ...

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Nordic Tankers, Herning Shipping Merge Danish Activities

Nordic Tankers, Herning Shipping Merge Activities

Denmark-based Nordic Tankers and Herning Shipping will consolidate all of their shore-based activities in ...

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Image of the Day: Splashed

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The image shows KOTUG Offshore’s tugs tow FPSO ‘PetroJarl 1′ to Damen Shiprepair Schiedam located ...

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Gazprom, Yamal Sign Deal to Sell LNG in Asia

Gazprom, Yamal Sign Deal to Sell LNG in Asia

Gazprom Marketing & Trading Singapore, a wholly-owned trading subsidiary of Russia’s Gazprom Group, and ...

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South Asia Still Preferred Dumping Ground

South Asia Still Preferred Dumping Ground

Out of a total of 1026 ships dismantled globally in 2014, 641, representing 74% of the total gross tonnage (GT) ...

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Drewry: Post-Alliance Restructure Well-Balanced

Post-Alliance Restructure Well-Balanced

The Asia-North Europe trade post-alliance restructure is generally well-balanced in terms of geographical coverage ...

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Cosco Starts Piraeus Container Terminal Upgrade

Cosco Starts Piraeus Container Terminal Upgrade

China Ocean Shipping Company (Cosco) held the Inauguration of the Expansion of Pier III of COSCO Piraeus Container ...

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