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Kawasaki Delivers LNG Carrier to JERA-NYK Line JV

LNG carrier Shinshu Maru

Shinshu Maru will transport LNG procured via the Freeport LNG Project in the U.S.

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Crane Issues Hamper Operations of ESL's LNG-Fueled Bulkers

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Serious technical problems with cranes slowed down the deployment of ESL Shipping's new LNG-fueled bulkers.

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US Coast Guard Green Lights First Cameron LNG Export

Cameron LNG

The start of operations is scheduled for 2019.

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Keel Laid for Silversea Cruises' Second Muse

Silver Moon

Silversea Cruises holds keel laying ceremony of Silver Moon at Fincantieri's Ancona yard on February 14.

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ONE Sets Container Loading Record of 19,000 TEUs

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MOL Tribute, a containership operated by ONE, has set a loading record of 19,190 TEUs.

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Weak Chemical Tanker Market Pushes Odfjell Further into Red

Odfjell tanker

Odfjell ended the fourth quarter of 2018 in the red amid a weak chemical tanker market.

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DSME to Build Another LNG Carrier for Maran Gas

LNG Carrier

DSME has secured an order for an LNG carrier from Greece-based shipowner. 

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Maersk Honam Section on Its Way to South Korea

Maersk Honam

A heavy-lift vessel is taking the sound part of the Maersk Honam to South Korea where it will be rebuilt.

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Qatar Petroleum Pens 5-Year Supply Deal with Marubeni

Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, President and CEO of Qatar Petroleum

Qatar Petroleum is to supply Marubeni Corp with 200,000 metric tons of light naphtha annually for five years.

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NYK to Merge Three Research and Technical Subsidiaries

NYK Line

NYK Line has launched preparations to integrate three of its research and technical subsidiaries.

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Tanker Operator to Pay USD 2 Mn for Dumping Oily Waste

Gavel

Senior officers discharged oily waste into the ocean by flushing the pollution prevention equipment sensor.

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GasLog Ends 2018 with Record Earnings

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GasLog wrapped up 2018 with record annual and quarterly results.

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ICTSI Opens Expanded Batumi Container Terminal

Batumi Port; ICTSI

The port will benefit from an increased annual container handling capacity.

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Fincantieri Marks Triple Milestone for Princess Cruises

Sky Princess

Fincantieri celebrated three construction milestones for cruise line Princess Cruises on February 14.

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LNG Bunkering Market to Top USD 12 Bn by 2024

LNG Bunkering

Adoption of natural gas as ship fuel and environmental concerns listed as main drivers.

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Rotterdam Port Sets New Record in Container Volumes

port

The Port of Rotterdam ended 2018 with a total container throughput slightly higher than in 2017.

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AMSA: Crew Aboard Ship at BHP Terminal Have Sufficient Food

BHP; ITF; MV Villa Deste

AMSA will attend the vessel for inspection next week.

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Epic Gas Cuts Full-Year Net Loss by 91 Percent

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Epic Gas managed to improve its net financial position by 91 percent in 2018.

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Short Sea Operators' Share on Intra-Far East Trade Drops

Shipping

Alphaliner: Independent short-sea operators on the intra-Far East routes are losing market share to MLOs.

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Inchcape Shipping Acquires V.Group's Port Agency Business

port

Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) and V.Group trade port agency and marine travel businesses.

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Maersk Signs Compliant Fuel Deal with PBF Logistics

Maersk containership

Maersk's deal with PBF Logistics to deliver 10% of the company's annual fuel demand ahead of 2020 sulphur rule.

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Iceland’s First Electric Ferry to Feature ABB Technology

electric ferry

New electric ferry to operate on an Icelandic route will feature ABB’s technology.

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APL Vancouver Cleared to Continue Its Voyage

APL Vancouver

Fire-stricken APL Vancouver was cleared for departure on February 12 and is on its way to Singapore.

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DNV GL to Class Sailing Vessel Sea Cloud Spirit

Signing of class agreement

DNV GL signed a classification deal for the passenger sailing ship Sea Cloud Spirit, being built in Vigo, Spain.

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Yearly Volumes Surge at King Abdullah Port

Containers

King Abdullah Port concluded 2018 with an increase of 36% in its annual throughput with 2.3 million TEUs.

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MOL Chemical, Den Hartogh Form Chemical Logistics Alliance

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MOL Chemical Tankers, Den Hartogh establish a strategic alliance focused on liquid chemical logistics services.

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ITF Claims Crew Neglected aboard Ship at BHP Terminal

International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) claims that crew members aboard a ship at a BHP terminal in Queensland are being neglected and underpaid

A seafarer reportedly contacted ITF to complain about conditions aboard bulk carrier Villa Deste.

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