Hamburg’s LNG Hybrid Barge Christened

Hamburg’s LNG Hybrid Barge Christened

The LNG Hybrid Barge, Becker Marine Systems’ floating liquefied gas power plant was christened at Hafencity, Hamburg on Saturday. The LNG Hybrid Barge, which will be supplying supplying power to cruise ships lying at ...

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ClassNK Issues Guidelines for Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems

ClassNK Issues Guidelines for Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems

Ship classification society ClassNK has released Guidelines for Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems. These guidelines ...

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Qingdao Beihai Snags Bulker Duo

Qingdao Beihai Snags Bulker Duo

Shanghai-based iron and steel company Baosteel Group has ordered two capesize bulkers from Chinese shipbuilder ...

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MSE: Glycerine Is Realistic Marine Fuel Option

MSE: Glycerine Viable Marine Fuel Option

Marine South East’s GLEAMS (Glycerine Fuel for Marine Sustainability) project has after a year of ...

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LA Port September Volumes Strongest in Years

LA Port September Volumes Strongest in Years

The Port of Los Angeles’ September 2014 containerized cargo volumes increased 9 percent compared to September ...

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Virginia Port Battling Truck Congestion

Virginia Port Battling Truck Congestion

The Port of Virginia exceeded 200,000 total TEU cargo volume for a third consecutive month despite worsening ...

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Lithuania, Azerbaijan Exploring East-West Transport ...

Lithuania, Azerbaijan Exploring East-West Transport Opportunities

Lithuania has invited Azerbaijan to contribute to the development of the Baltic Sea-Black Sea corridor and the ...

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Mein Schiff 4 Floated Out

Mein Schiff 4 Floated Out

Meyer Turku Oy  floated out the cruise ship Mein Schiff 4 on October 10, 2014. The Finnish shipyard is planning to ...

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Cruise Industry Vital for Seattle

Cruise Industry Vital for Seattle

179 cruise ships have called on the Port of Seattle in 2014, bringing 823,780 passengers, and an estimated USD 2,2 ...

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Ebola Scare Delays Work at Baltimore

Port of Baltimore

Port of Baltimore dockers refused to load a roll-on/roll-off ship bound for West Africa Thursday amid fears of ...

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KBR-Daewoo Consortium Wins FLNG FEED Deal

KBR-Daewoo Consortium Wins FLNG FEED Deal

KD Consortium, consisting of KBR and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Company, has been awarded a front ...

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Court Clears Way for APM Terminals’ Costa Rica Project

APM Terminals Virginia cranes at sunset 7/26/07

The Supreme Court of Costa Rica has ruled in favor of the Costa Rican Government and APM Terminals in an appeal ...

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Jana and Crew Stranded in Canada

Jana and Crew Stranded in Canada

International Transport Workers Federation (ITF)  has reported another vessel and crew stranded in the port of ...

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GSI Taking Over Wenchong Shipbuilding

Guangzhou Shipyard International

Chinese shipbuilder Guangzhou Shipyard International (GSI) is going to take over 100% equity interest in its sister ...

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Kleven Snags Six

Kleven Snags Six

Norwegian shipbuilder Kleven has signed a contract with Maersk Supply Service A/S for the building of six anchor ...

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Singapore Port to Offer LNG by 2020

Singapore Port to Offer LNG by 2020

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) is planning to establish LNG bunkering pilot programme by early ...

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Hyundai Mipo Bags Gas Carrier Duo

Two Gas Carriers for Hyundai Mipo

South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Mipo Dockyard has won an order to build two 22,000cbm semi-refrigerated liquefied ...

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SOHAR to Offer LNG Ship-to-Ship Service

SOHAR Executive Commercial Manager Edwin Lammers

SOHAR Port and Freezone is about to start offering LNG ship-to-ship services as measures are being taken to begin ...

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P&O Ferries Capturing Growth Potential in North Sea

P&O Ferries Capturing Growth Potential in North Sea

P&O Ferries has announced the expansion of its North Sea business with the introduction of a daily service ...

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French Ports Spotlighted within Ocean Three

French Ports Spotlighted within Ocean Three

The new vessel alliance between shipping giants, CMA CGM Group, China Shipping Container Lines (CSCL) and United ...

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Wärtsilä to Keep Wagenborg Fleet Running

Wärtsilä to Keep Wagenborg Fleet Running

Wärtsilä and Wagenborg Shipping B.V. have signed a six-year Maintenance Agreement for fifteen of Wagenborg’s dry ...

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ECSA: Europe Rushing to Regulate CO2 Emissions

ECSA: Europe Rushing to Regulate CO2 Emissions

European Community Shipowners’ Association (ECSA) has warned that European shipowners are concerned by the ...

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Dry Bulk Market Facing Bleak Prospects

Dry Bulk Market Facing Bleak Prospects

The Hong Kong-listed Pacific Basin Shipping has issued its Third Quarter 2014 Trading Update, stating that the dry ...

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China: Shipbuilders’ Turnover Perking Up

China's Shipbuilders Record Slight Turnover Boost

China’s shipbuilding industry seems to be recovering from a plunge it took since the beginning of the year, ...

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Ships Collide as Super Storm Hits Port Botany

Ships Collide as Super Storm Hits Port Botany

A super storm that hit Sydney Tuesday night wrought havoc on the city’s commercial Port Botany, cutting the ...

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