North Sea Port Ready to Invest in Hydrogen as Fuel

North Sea Port is looking to invest in hydrogen as marine fuel when time comes.

Shipping Firms Wasting Money on Paper in Digitalization Era

Digitalization

GNS: Shipping companies are wasting money buying charts and publications that vessels never actually use.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Here are the most popular news from last week.

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PaxOcean Delivers Largest FRSU Built in China

PaxOcean delivered a 26,000m3 FSRU to Indonesia-based Jaya Samudra Karunia.

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We Will Be Industry's Collective Voice on IT

Andre Simha, CIO at MSC

MSC's CIO André Simha reveals key drivers behind liner association on digitalization.

Klaveness Seals COA Extension with South32 Marketing

Klaveness vessel

Klaveness Combination Carriers AS has secured an extension of CoA with South32 Marketing Pte.

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Algoma Still Considering Alternatives for Cancelled Ships

Uljanik

Algoma still examining potential alternatives to replace the cancelled shipbuilding contracts at Uljanik.

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BGC Partners Takes Over Poten & Partners

Tanker

BGC Partners completed the acquisition of ship brokerage, consulting and business intelligence firm Poten & Partners.

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Frontline: Tanker Market Has Exited the Cycle Trough

Tanker

Frontline believes it's well positioned to generate significant returns in a strengthening tanker market.

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Shandong Shipping Tied to Order for Ten Bulkers

bulker

Shandong Shipping placed an order for ten 180,000 dwt bulk carriers, data provided by Asiasis shows.

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Turkish, Dutch Cargo Ships Collide in North Sea

Collision betweem EEMS Cobalt and Parksoy 1

The ships spent the night locked together before being separated by tugs early this morning.

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More Than Half of 2008 Orders Are Speculative

Will Pride LNG Carrier

A total of 42 newbuilding orders have been placed year to date, of which about 27 are assumed speculative.

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Fincantieri to Extend Three Windstar Cruise Ships

Fincantieri

Fincantieri has signed an EUR 200 million contract to extend three cruise ships for Windstar Cruises.

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Poseidon Refinances Debt, Wraps Up Merger with GSL

CMA CGM containership

GSL & Poseidon Containers have completed their stock-for-stock merger creating a combined fleet of 38 ships.

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Tidewater, GulfMark Finalize Business Combination

Handshake

Tidewater, GulfMark Offshore completed their business combination, creating the industry's largest OSV owner.

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Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance Technology

Now in its 4th successful year, Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance Technology is the only event that specifically.

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DREDGING FOR SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE

The two-day-long programme offers six highly interactive sessions with contributions from…

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Maritime Information Warfare

SMi are thrilled to announce the return of Maritime Information Warfare conference, now in its second year…

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Offshore Wind Europe 2018

The Offshore Wind Europe speaker line-up is supported by executives who are leading the charge…

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Seafarer Dies after Being Struck by Container in Dublin

containers on a ship

A seafarer died after a container struck him at Southbank Quay, Ringsend, Dublin, on November 14.

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Safe Bulkers Secures New Loan, Concludes Refinancing

Money

Safe Bulkers has concluded its refinancing actions with a USD 51.4 million loan facility.

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TORM Optimistic of Product Tanker Long-Term Prospects

Tanker

TORM's earnings plunged in the third quarter of 2018 amid historically low levels in the product tanker market.

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First Steel Cut for Carnival's Newest and Largest Ship

cruise ship

Meyer Turku cut the first steel for Carnival Cruise Line's newest ship.

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Simha: We Will Be Industry’s Collective Voice on IT Issues

Andre Simha, CIO at MSC

MSC's CIO André Simha reveals key drivers behind liner association on digitalization.

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Hudson Shipping Hires Diana's Panamax

bulker

Diana Shipping inks a time charter contract for one of its Panamax dry bulk vessels, the M/V Thetis.

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Teekay LNG Wants to Be Treated as Corporation

LNG carrier

Teekay LNG Partners plans to amend its US tax status to be treated as a corporation instead of a partnership.

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Japan Launches New Whaling Mission in Southern Ocean

Whale

Japan deployed its ships for a new whaling operation in the Antarctic Ocean on November 12.

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Pan Ocean Bullish on Earnings amid Market Recovery

STX Ace

Pan Ocean booked higher profits in the third quarter of 2018 reaping fruits of stronger market.

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STX Gets AiP from LR for LNG-Fuelled MR Tanker

LR presented STX with approval in principle for a LNG-fuelled 50,000 dwt MR tanker design.

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Weak TCE Revenues Push Pyxis Tankers Further into Loss

Tanker

Pyxis Tankers sank further into the red during the third quarter of 2018 driven by a drop in TCE revenues.

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Obstacles to Reform at IMO Threaten Climate Goals

containership

IMO needs to give the working group for reforming the agency a remit that allows it to increase public scrutiny.

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