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Russia: ASW Ship Admiral Panteleyev Escorts 5-Vessel Convoy

  Pacific Fleet (PF) large ASW ship Admiral Panteleyev escorts a convoy consisting of five foreign vessels ...

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UAE: NDC Orders Two Jack-Up Rigs from Lamprell

UAE - NDC Orders Two Jack-Up Rigs from Lamprell

Lamprell , a leading provider of specialist engineering services to the international oil and gas and renewables ...

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LPG Charter Rates Going Up

  Record liquefied-petroleum-gas shipments are eroding a glut of the tankers hauling the fuel used in stoves, ...

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Amarcon Closes Deals for OCTOPUS in Singapore and Middle East

Amarcon Closes Deals for OCTOPUS in Singapore and Middle East

Amarcon is widely recognized as a state of the art supplier of decision support, motion monitoring and fuel ...

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Italy-based Company Saipem Bags Multiple Offshore Contracts

In Iraq, Saipem has been awarded by South Oil Company the EPIC contract for the Iraq Crude Oil Export Expansion ...

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More than 5 Pct of the World Fleet to Adopt LNG ...

More than 5 Pct of the World Fleet to Adopt LNG Propulsion by 2020

A ground breaking report published by the maritime cleantech market insight firm MEC Intelligence estimates more ...

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Emirates Shipping Line Joins ICS India China Service

UAE - Emirates Shipping Line Joins ICS India China Service

Emirates Shipping Line today announces its participation in the EKIS service with NYK which is due to start on 29th ...

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Nakilat Considers LNG Fuel for Qatari Fleet

  Ship owner Qatar Gas Transport Co  (Nakilat) said a decision on whether to convert 45 of its largest tankers ...

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UAE: GPCA to Make Issue of Piracy Key Topic of ...

UAE-GPCA to Make Issue of Piracy Key Topic of Discussion at Supply Chain Conference

According to official statistics, organized piracy has become a major threat to regional trade and maritime ...

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Yemen LNG Loads Cargo After Pipeline Sabotage

Yemen LNG Loads Cargo After Pipeline Sabotage

The LNG Carrier Seri Balhaf was loading an Indian-bound LNG cargo this Sunday morning at the Yemen LNG’s Balhaf ...

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UAE: ADPC Signs Contract Agreement with Fujitsu at GITEX

  ADPC signed a contract agreement with Fujitsu for continuous Support and Implementation of the new modules ...

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DP World Strengthens Partnership with India

  Trade between India and Dubai is expanding at an unprecedented pace, and as one of the largest marine ...

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Worldwide Orders for New Container Vessels Reach USD 57 ...

  Ocean carriers and charter shipowners have placed orders worth $57 billion for new container vessels over ...

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UAE: ADPC, Cisco Sign MoU at Gitex 2011

  Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) has chosen Cisco to implement Cisco Borderless Network and Collaboration ...

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Russia: Pacific Fleet Task Unit Starts Escorting of ...

  Upon termination of preparatory phase, Pacific Fleet (PF) task unit led by large ASW ship Admiral Panteleyev ...

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UAE: Piracy Issue Back on Maritime Agenda

  Global attacks on ships rose to an all-time high of 266, during the first six months of 2011 up from 196 in ...

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Qatar: Foundation Stone Laid for New Doha Port Project

  The Deputy Emir and Heir Apparent H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani laid the foundation stone of the ...

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UK: Small Dry Bulk Ships Charter Rates Remain Stable

  Handysize and handymax charter rates will remain stable at their current level until the end of the year, ...

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Qatar to Spend USD 1 Billion in Retrofitting and ...

  Qatar made a billion dollar error when it built its liquefied natural gas shipping fleet in the last decade, ...

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Ship Insurers Support Use of Private Armed Guards on ...

More ship insurers are backing the use of private armed guards on merchant vessels at sea to combat Somali piracy ...

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Oman: AL DUQM Dry Dock Receives First LNG Carrier

  The dry dock of Oman Dry Dock Company in Al Duqm on Saturday received the first LNG carrier, Muscat LNG, ...

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Contact Group on Piracy off Coast of Somalia Launches ...

  The State Department announces the launch of the new official website for the Contact Group on Piracy off ...

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Iran to Unveil Submarine ‘Fateh’

The submarine called ‘Fateh’ (Victor) weighs 600 tons and is equipped with various types of advanced defense ...

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STCW-F International Convention to Enter into Force in 2012

  The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Fishing Vessel ...

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UAE: ADNATCO Takes Delivery of Its Fifteenth New Build Vessel

  ADNATCO, which along with NGSCO comprises the shipping arm of the ADNOC Group of Companies, took delivery of ...

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Saudi Arabia: National Chemical Carriers Receives New ...

  The National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia announces that its 80% owned subsidiary company The National ...

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Greek Owned MV Dover Released from Pirate Control

  Following payment of a ransom, the M/V DOVER, which was pirated on 28 February 2011 approximately 260 ...

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