Inquest: Foul Play behind Sage Sagittarius Deaths

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The New South Wales Coroner Court has launched an investigation into two of three deaths on board the ...

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LR to Class Maersk’s Boxship Newbuilds

LR to Class Maersk's Boxship Newbuilds

UK-based maritime classification society Lloyd’s Register (LR) signed a contract with COSCO Zhoushan Shipyard ...

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Danish Shipping Companies Did Well in 2014

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Danish shipping companies did well in 2014 despite very difficult market conditions. However, 2015 started off with ...

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KR Opens World’s First Green-Ship Certification Center

KR Opens World's First Green-Ship Certification Center

The world’s first green-ship equipment certification centre opened for business today in Gunsan, Jeonbuk, Korea. ...

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BMT Enters Africa’s First LNG Import Terminal Project

BMT Joins Africa's First LNG Import Terminal Project

BMT Asia Pacific (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group Ltd, has been appointed Owners Engineer and lead design ...

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CMA CGM Returns to Bustling Baltimore Port

CMA CGM Returns to Bustling Baltimore Port

World’s third largest container carrier CMA-CGM of France has announced that it will begin service to the ...

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LNG Shipping Market Lulled in Q1, Recovery on the Horizon

LNG Shipping Market Lulled in Q1

The first quarter of 2015 saw a material fall in demand and charter rates for LNG shipping, Golar LNG Limited said ...

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Firefighters to Flood Cargo Holds of Purple Beach

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Four firefighters managed to board a general cargo ship Purple Beach that has been burning off Germany’s ...

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KNOT Shuttle Tankers Acquires Dan Sabia

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KNOT Shuttle Tankers AS has entered into a share purchase agreement to acquire KNOT Shuttle Tankers 21 AS, the ...

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Sea Shepherd Takes Japanese Whalers to Court

Sea Shepherd Takes Japanese Whalers to Court

A US-based marine conservation organization Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has filed claims against Japan’s ...

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Evergas Takes Delivery of First Dragon Class Gas Carrier

Evergas Takes Delivery of First Dragon Class Ethane Carrier

The first in a series of 27,500 cbm ‘Dragon’ class vessels ordered by Evergas, owner and operator of ...

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Steel Cut for Crowley’s Second LNG-Powered ConRo Ship

Jensen's Ken Inabinett, structural inspector, ConRo team

VT Halter Marine, Inc., a subsidiary of VT Systems, Inc., has began construction on Taíno, Crowley Maritime Corp.’s ...

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Sulphur-Laden Bulker Runs Aground in Gulf of Mexico

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A bulk carrier loaded with sulfur ran aground in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday, while transiting outbound from ...

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Pipeline Owner Ordered to Continue California Spill Cleanup

Pipeline Owner Ordered to Continue California Spill Cleanup

The US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Coast Guard issued an order to Plains Pipeline, the owner and ...

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Star Clippers Building World’s Largest Square Rigger

Star Clippers Building World's Largest Square Rigger

Monaco-headquartered tall ship sailing cruise line Star Clippers has started building its fourth square rigger, the ...

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GOGL Posts Loss, Delays Delivery of 19 Newbuilds

GOGL Posts Loss, Delays Delivery of 19 Newbuilds

Golden Ocean Group Limited, a dry bulk shipping company created through a merger of former Knightsbridge Shipping ...

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Navios Midstream Partners to Expand Fleet with Two VLCCs

Navios Midstream Partners to Expand Fleet with Two VLCCs

Monaco-based tanker owner and operator Navios Maritime Midstream Partners (NAP) plans to launch syndication of a ...

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Port of Melbourne Lease Moving Forward

Port of Melbourne Lease Moving Forward

The Andrews Labor Government in Victoria, Australia is pushing forward with the lease of the Port of Melbourne for ...

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Captain and Crewman Die in Tugboat Sinking off Busan Port

Captain and Crewman Die in Tugboat Sinking off Busan Port

A 53-year-old captain and a crew member died when their tugboat sank near South Korea’s Busan Port, Yonhap ...

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Evergreen and Arkas Start New Mediterranean Service

Evergreen and Arkas Launch Mediterranean Service

Taiwanese container carrier Evergreen Line has teamed up with Turkey’s Arkas Line on a new West – East ...

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Keel Laid for Russia’s Next Generation Icebreaker

Keel Laid for World's Biggest Nuclear-Powered Icebreaker

The keel laying of what will become the world’s biggest nuclear-powered icebreaker took place at the Baltic ...

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MISC Allocates USD 1 Billion for Capex

MISC Allocates USD 1 Billion Capex

MISC Bhd, a shipping arm of Petronas, has set aside USD 1 billion for capex (capital expenditure) in 2015, which ...

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Polar Pioneer Flunks USCG Checkup

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Shell’s drilling rig Polar Pioneer, currently docked in the port of Seattle, did not pass an inspection of ...

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PSA Panama International Terminal Expansion Kicks Off

PSA Panama International Terminal Expansion Kicks Off

Panama has taken another firm step toward boosting its capacity as an international transhipment hub with the ...

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Puerto Rico Invites Bids for Super Yacht Marina Complex

Puerto Rico Invites Bids for Super Yacht Marina Complex

The Puerto Rico Ports Authority (PRPA) has issued a request for proposal (RFP) for the leasing, design, ...

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Bangladeshi Shipbreakers Take the Lead

Bangladeshi Shipbreakers Take the Lead

There has been a firm level of ship demolition activity in the first four months of 2015 and the two largest owner ...

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Liner Alliances BEO under Review in Singapore

Liner Alliances BEO under Review in Singapore

The Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS) is seeking public feedback on the extension of the Block Exemption ...

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