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GDPR: Updated Privacy Notice

You are probably aware of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that will come into effect on May 25th. ...

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ZIM Reports Wider Loss in Volatile Market

Driven by the volatility in the container shipping market, ZIM ended Q1 2018 with a widened net loss.

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Number of LNG Bunkering Vessels to Double by 2020

LNG bunkering

The number of LNG bunkering vessels has grown from one at the beginning of 2017 to six in early 2018.

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Shipping’s Decarbonization Will Need Major R&D Investment

Collaboration and investment in technology development key for meeting IMO's targets

Maersk Line Sets Up New Transatlantic Service

Maersk Line is expanding its presence between Europe's Mediterranean region and Canada.

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Bomin Starts Delivering 2020-Compliant ULSFO in ARA

Bomin starts delivering ultra-low sulfur fuel oil to ships calling in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp region.

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HMM Pulls Out from Transatlantic

HMM containership

Hyundai Merchant Marine is ending its two Transatlantic loops to concentrate on its core trades.

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Libya Sends 1st Cargo of Propane Gas to Italy after 4 Years

A total of 61,761 barrels of propane gas have been shipped to Italy from Libya's Zueitina Port, NOC said.

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Maersk Line, MSC Resort to EBS amid Rising Bunker Prices

Maribo Maersk

Maersk Line, MSC introducing an Emergency Bunker Surcharge as a way of coping with the rising bunker prices.

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Kalmar to Deliver Autonomous Equipment for Yara Birkeland

Kalmar to deliver autonomous equipment for a fully digitalized container handling solution at Yara's Porsgrunn facility

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Fire-Stricken Maersk Honam Will Be Repaired

Maersk Honam

Maersk Line plans to repair its ultra large containership Maersk Honam which was damaged in a major fire.

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Bill Calls for LNG, Oil to Be Exported on U.S.-Built Ships

Roger Wicker, US Senator

New bill calls for a portion of LNG, crude oil exports to be transported on U.S.-built, U.S.-crewed vessels.

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USCG Ends Search for Carnival Paradise Passenger

USCG suspends search for a passenger who reportedly fell overboard from Carnival Paradise on May 22.

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Euroseas’ Dry Bulk Business Spin-Off Gets the All Clear

Dry bulk vessel in the sunset

Euroseas gets regulatory approval to spin off its drybulk fleet into a separate company.

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The 27th World Gas Conference

The 27th World Gas Conference is the leading global industry event and is the definitive gathering of influential leaders, buyers and sellers, policy-makers and experts from around the world.

You will hear critical business insights and lively debates on the most topical issues facing the global gas industry today and in the future.

From 25-29 June 2018, Washington DC is expected to host 12,000 attendees, 500 speakers and 350 exhibitors representing, more than 600 companies from 100 countries.

Presented by the IGU, this is the largest and most high-profile gas event that is conducted by the industry for the industry.

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Europort 2018

From 15-17 May 2018, the 12th edition of Europort Romania willl take place in the IDU Hall in Constanta…

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The BlueWeek2018 will be held on 28-29-30 May in Rotterdam, under the auspices of the Blue Forum…

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Posidonia 2018

Posidonia, the international shipping exhibition, has long been established as one of the major calendar events…

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ForestWave: 11 Kidnapped Crew Members Released

FWN Rapide

FWN Rapide's kidnapped crew released and safe, manager says.

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Korea Looking to Boost Its LNG Bunkering Capabilities

LNG fuelled containership

South Korea is launching a project to develop its LNG bunkering technology amid anticipated growth in demand.

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IMO Approves Proposal on Bering Strait Shipping Routes

IMO has given the green light to a joint US-Russian proposal on regulating shipping in the Bering Strait.

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Update: Missile Strike Ruptured Turkish Bulker’s Hull

Ince Inebolu

Saudi-led Coalition: Ince Inebolu, which was damaged by an explosion earlier in May, was struck by a Houthi missile.

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Search Launched for Man Missing from Carnival Paradise

Search ongoing following reports that a man went missing from Carnival Paradise off Fort Myers, Florida.

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Design of Grimaldi's Next-Generation RoRos Released

A design of Grimaldi's new RoRo vessels has been unveiled by Knud E. Hansen.

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British Ports Told to Develop Air Quality Plans by 2019

DP World London Gateway

Clean Air Strategy 2018 requires all major ports in England to develop air quality plans within the next year.

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Competing on Technology Not the Way Forward

Global Liner Shipping Panel

Collaboration vs competition on technological solutions aimed at meeting shippers' needs for technological innovation.

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First Steel Cut for P&O Cruises' Newest Ship

P&O Cruises cut the first piece of steel for its newest ship. 

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FSL Trust Secures Refinancing for Chemical Tanker Pair

FSL New York

FSL Trust Management Pte has obtained a commitment of up to USD 18 million for the refinancing of two chemical tankers.

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Diana's Bulker to Continue Working for Koch Shipping

Diana Shipping enters into a new time charter contract with Koch Shipping for P. S. Palios.

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Cheniere Presses Ahead with Third Train at Corpus Christi

Corpus Christi liquefaction project

Cheniere Energy is moving forward with its plans to add a third train at its Corpus Christi liquefaction project.

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