Spotted: Caravel Visits Canaveral

Florida’s Port Canaveral welcomed Glovis Caravel, a huge roll-on/roll-off vessel, for the first time on June ...

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Effect of Trump's Cuba Policy on Shipping Limited

The impact of the reversal of policy toward Cuba announced by the US President Donald Trump is expected to be ...

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Muted Impact of Qatar Crisis on LNG Sector

The severing of diplomatic ties between Qatar and its neighbors in the Gulf has caught the market off guard, ...

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Maritime Industry Needs Better Data Sharing, Collaboration

The maritime industry and broader ocean supply chain are suffering from major and costly inefficiencies due to ...

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Golar LNG, Delfin Midstream Team Up on Delfin LNG

Delfin Midstream and Golar LNG Limited have entered into a joint development agreement for the Delfin LNG project, ...

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Norden Acquires One More MR

Danish shipping company Dampskibsselskabet Norden A/S revealed it has bought a 2010-built MR product tanker.  The ...

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VTT Develops Technology for Unmanned Ship Navigation Systems

Research and technology company VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has been developing safe steering for the ...

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Carrier Reliability Up in May

Carriers’ overall on-time schedule reliability improved 4.7%, increasing from 58.6% in April 2017 to 63.3% in ...

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Report: Ocean Longevity Orders 3 Bulkers at Oshima, Sasebo

Hong Kong-based shipping company Ocean Longevity has been tied to the order of three Panamax bulk carriers at two ...

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Australia Looks Into Maritime Security Gaps

Australia is focusing on the dangerous gaps in its maritime security, brought about by the Sage Sagittarius ...

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OOIL Denies Reports on OOCL Sale Talks

Orient Overseas International Ltd (OOIL) has refuted media reports which inform that the company is involved in ...

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Port of Tauranga Marks Million-Container Milestone

Port of Tauranga set a new container throughput record of more than one million TEUs processed in a year – a first ...

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Capacity Cuts Crucial in Container Shipping Recovery

Despite a modest increase in freight rates seen in 2017, a sustainable recovery in the container shipping market ...

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Teekay's 1st LNG Carrier Built in China Aces Sea Trials

Pan Asia, the first of four 174,000 cbm Tri-Fuel Diesel Electric (TFDE) liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier ...

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Clarksons: Shipowners Favor VLCCs

With contracting this year only slightly less subdued than in 2016, there has been a welcome influx of activity in ...

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Prysmian to Supply Cables for World's First Hydrogen Vessel

Energy Observer, the world’s first catamaran powered solely by renewable energy and CEA Liten, a research ...

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Shipping Confidence at Three-Year High

Shipping confidence reached its equal highest rating in the past three years in the three months to end-May 2017, ...

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Pangaea Buys Second-Hand Supramax

US-based Pangaea Logistics Solutions has sold one of its existing vessels, Bulk Beothuk, to a third party for USD 7 ...

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Shipping Duo Pays USD 1.9 Mn for Pollution Crimes

Egyptian Tanker Company and Singapore-based Thome Ship Management have pleaded guilty in federal court in Beaumont, ...

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Paris MoU Moves Palau and Vanuatu to the Black List

The Paris MoU Committee has adopted new performance lists for flags, moving Palau and Vanuatu to the Black ...

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Minister: No Solution to Gulf Crisis until Bans Are Lifted

The Foreign Minister of Qatar Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said that the Gulf crisis cannot be resolved ...

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SLNG Performs 1st Small Scale LNG Reload

Singapore LNG Corporation (SLNG) has performed its first small scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) gas-up/cool-down ...

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Diana Shipping's Panamax to Work at Higher Rate

Athens-based dry bulk owner Diana Shipping has entered into a time charter contract with Hudson Shipping Lines ...

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Maersk Tankers Linked to Sale of Two MR1 Oldies

Maersk Tankers, part of Denmark’s shipping conglomerate Maersk, has disposed of two older MR1 tankers, ...

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Noble Group Grasps Debt Lifeline

Indebted commodities giant Noble Group has secured a 120-day extension for its USD 400 million credit facility from ...

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JP Morgan Targets Shipping Assets with New Fund

JP Morgan Asset Management has raised USD 480 million from insurers and pension funds aimed at investing into ...

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Greek Owners Top First Half of 2017 Orderbook

Greek companies continue to lead the way in vessel ordering this year, followed closely by Chinese firms, according ...

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