Sustainability in the heavy lifting industry

Cost efficiency and sustainability, two topics that are frequently discussed in the offshore and maritime industry. There are many developments and innovations going on in this area.

Ichthys Venturer FPSO Reaches Australian Waters

Ichthys Venturer, the INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG Project’s floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) ...

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Australia Could Build New Gas Import Terminal at Crib Point

Australian energy company AGL has selected Crib Point, Western Port, in Victoria as the preferred site for the ...

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VIDEO: Prelude FLNG Enters Australian Waters

Shell Australia’s Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility has arrived in Australian waters, ...

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Video: First Damen Dredger for Australia Sets Sail

The first Damen dredger built for Australia has completed sea trials in Shanghai and is now underway to new owner, ...

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Australia Ramps Up Its LNG Exports

Australia’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports are expected to grow by 22.6% in the current 2017-2018 ...

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MUA, CSL to Find Solution for Redundant Aussie Crew

The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) is working with Canadian Steamship Lines (CSL) to transfer the crew of the ...

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MUA Slams Turnbull Gov't as Aussie Crew Gets Sacked

The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) has criticized the Turnbull Government, saying that it “must stand up ...

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Prelude FLNG Mammoth Starts Journey to Australia

Shell’s Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) project, the world’s largest offshore facility ever ...

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Australia Urged to Look Into Possible Abandoned Ship

The Australian Government has been urged to intervene to identify the owner of 36-year-old supply ship MV Yarabah ...

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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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Australia to Ratify Ballast Water Convention

The Australian Government has decided to ratify the International Ballast Water Convention, bringing the country ...

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Townsville Port Secures Funds for Channel Expansion Project

The Queensland government has informed that it plans to provide a down payment of up to AUD 75 million for the port ...

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AMSA Bans Cargo Ship from Australian Ports

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has banned the Papua New Guinea-flagged cargo ship Kiunga Chief ...

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Port of Melbourne Has Victoria Covered Until 2055

Australia’s state of Victoria will not need a second major container port until capacity at the Port of ...

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Gov't Urged to Tackle Lack of Cruise Ship Berths in Sydney

The Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia has urged the New South Wales (NSW) Government to ...

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Adani Facing Fines over Coal-Laden Water Spill in Australia

India-based mining company Adani is facing a potential compliance action after the company’s Abbot Point coal ...

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Strike Disrupts Ops at Port Kembla Coal Terminal

A three-day strike started at Australian Port Kembla Coal Terminal (PKCT) on April 11 over a dispute regarding ...

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Australia Steps Closer to Mega Cruise Ship Terminal

Australia has taken another step toward its new mega-cruise ship terminal near the mouth of the Brisbane River as ...

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ITF Slams Australia’s Coastal Shipping Reform Plan

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) Cabotage Taskforce, today blasted Australia’s Productivity ...

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Megaships to Call on Brisbane's Cruise Terminal by 2019/20

Cruising ‘Down Under’ is yet to be given a new flavor as Queensland readies to attract giant cruise ...

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Australia Set to Reform Its Coastal Shipping

The Australian Government is proposing a reform of the country’s coastal shipping sector stating as its aim ...

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