Carnival Orders Two More LNG-Fuelled Mega Cruise Ships

Carnival Orders Two More LNG-Fuelled Mega Cruise Ships

Costa Cruises, Carnival Corporation’s Italy-based brand, has ordered construction of two next-generation ...

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DP World Sees 4.2 Pct Volume Rise

DP World

DP World Limited handled 30.6 million TEU across its global portfolio of container terminals during the first half ...

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VIDEO: Closeup of Tanker Damaged in Dardanelles Collision

MT STI Pimlico

The Marshal Islands-flagged product tanker M/T STI Pimlico has arrived at Turkish Besiktas Shipyard for repairs of ...

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BP Gets 30 Days to Make USD 1bn Deepwater Horizon Payments

BP Gets 30 Days to Make USD 1bn Deepwater Horizon Compensation Payment

The New Orleans District Judge Carl J. Barbier yesterday gave a 30-day deadline to BP to pay USD 1 billion in ...

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Pearl Seas Cruises Jumps on Cuba Bandwagon

Pearl Seas Cruises Jumps on Cuba Bandwagon

Connecticut-based luxury cruise line Pearl Seas Cruises has become the latest in line to include visits to Cuba in ...

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Höegh Seoul First to Call Indira Gandhi Container Terminal

Höegh Seoul First to Call at Indira Gandhi Container Terminal in Mumbai

The Indira Gandhi Container Terminal (ICT) in Mumbai officially opened up for Ro/Ro operations on July 18, ...

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Sailings on Dover-Calais Route Partially Resumed

Sailings on Dover-Calais Route Partially Resumed

DFDS Seaways said that it has decided to resume sailings on its Dover-Calais route from 07:30 on Tuesday 28 July, ...

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Milaha Marks Growth Across the Board

Sheikh Ali Bin Jassim Bin Mohammad Al Thani

Qatar Navigation (Milaha) Q.S.C. delivered a net profit of QAR 651 million (around USD 179 million) for the first ...

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Port of Singapore Calls Bids for LNG Bunkering

Port of Singapore Calls Bids for LNG Bunkering

The Port of Singapore launched today its first Request for Proposal (RFP) for interested parties to apply for the ...

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Turkish Freighter Flees Maltese Waters to Evade Arrest

Turkish Freighter Flees Maltese Waters to Evade Arrest

A Turkish-flagged general cargo ship reportedly fled from Maltese waters after a local court issued a warrant for ...

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SBM Offshore Lands USD 1.55bn for FPSO Cidade de Saquarema

SBM Offshore Secures USD 1.55bn Financing for FPSO Cidade de Saquarema

Dutch supplier of floating oil platforms SBM Offshore N.V. has secured USD 1.55 billion to finance the construction ...

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MOL Sets Up Barge Terminal Operator in Thailand

MOL Sets Up Barge Terminal Operator in Thailand

Japan’s shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. has signed a Joint Venture Agreement with SahaThai ...

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FERC Okays Excelerate’s LNG Terminal off Puerto Rico

FERC Okays Excelerate's LNG Terminal off Puerto Rico

Excelerate Energy (Excelerate) has obtained authorization from the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) ...

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DSIC Dissolves Dalian Daeyang Shipyard

DSIC Dissolves Dalian Daeyang Shipyard

China’s Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (DSIC) has agreed to merge with the bankrupt Dalian Daeyang ...

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Ports of Savannah and Brunswick Busier than Ever

Ports of Savannah and Brunswick Busier than Ever

U.S. port operator Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) moved a record 3.66 million twenty-foot equivalent container units ...

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LNG Fukurokuju Named at Kawasaki Heavy

LNG Fukurokuju Named at Kawasaki Heavy

The newbuilding liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier LNG Fukurokuju, which is co-owned by Japanese shipping ...

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Scorpio Tankers Bags a Second-Hand

Scorpio Tankers Bags a Second-Hand

NYSE-listed tanker operator Scorpio Tankers has entered into an agreement to purchase one 2014-built MR product ...

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Jensen-Designed LNG Articulated Tug-Barge Gets AIP

Jensen-Designed LNG Articulated Tug-Barge Gets Approval in Principle by ABS

US-based classification society American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has granted an Approval in Principle to a ...

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Paris MoU Bans Two

M/V Andrey Osipov

The Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), acting on behalf of 27 participating maritime administrations, has ...

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2M Cleared for Middle East-US Deployment

2M Cleared for Middle East-US Deployment

The vessel sharing alliance between Maersk Line, part of Denmark’s A.P. Moller-Maersk, and Swiss firm Mediterranean ...

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Filipino Crew Repatriated after Months of Limbo

Filipino Crew Repatriated after Months of Limbo

Twenty out of the twenty-four Filipino crew members on board MV Golden Arrow III, a Panamanian flagged-bulk ...

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Greek Catamaran Ferry Runs Aground off Tinos

Greek Catamaran Ferry Runs Aground off Tinos

A Greek catamaran ferry was safely evacuated with no reported injuries to its 253 passengers and crew after running ...

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Japanese Shipping Trio in China's Antitrust Probe

Japanese Vehicle Shipping Trio in China's Antitrust Probe

Japan’s three shipping companies specializing in vehicle transportation are being scrutinized by ...

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Lithuanian Shipping Company Dodges Bankruptcy

Lithuanian Shipping Company Dodges Bankruptcy

The Government of Lithuania has struck a deal that will save its debt-laden bulk shipping company PC ‘Lithuanian ...

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Five Ferry Operators Get EU Funding to Install Scrubbers

Five Ferry Operators Get EU Funding to Install Scrubbers (2)

Five European ferry operators are to receive European Union (EU) grants totalling EUR 48 million towards the cost ...

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Drewry: What Will it Take to Sell NOL?

What Will it Take to Sell NOL

The rumoured sale of Singapore-based container shipping company Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) will not go down ...

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BG Confirms Brazil’s Final Merger Clearance

BG Confirms Brazil's Final Merger Clearance

British multinational oil and gas major BG Group plc has confirmed that the recommended cash and share offer for ...

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