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Hyundai Mipo Licensed by GTT

Hyundai Mipo Dockyard

Hyundai Mipo Dockyard inks licence agreement with LNG containment systems expert GTT.

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Maersk Pushes Ahead with Business Integration


Maersk takes further steps to integrate its business.

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MOL Launches Large-Scale Ferry Sunflower Kirishima

Sunflower Kirishima goes into service

The large-scale ferry Sunflower Kirishima, operated by a MOL subsidiary, was launched on September 15.

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Venta Maersk Makes History as It Crosses Northern Sea Route

Vistula Maersk

Maersk’s ice-class ship Venta Maersk has navigated through the Northern Sea Route for the first time.

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DNV GL Awards AiP for Jiangnan Shipyard's VLEC Design

AiP handover at Gastech

DNV GL has awarded an AiP for the design of a 93,000 cbm VLEC to Jiangnan Shipyard.

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Crew Member of Carisbroke's Vessel Arrested in Drug Bust

containers on a ship

A crew member of Jacqueline C arrested by Canadian authorities.

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Portugal Stevedores to Stage 24-Hour Strike


Portuguese stevedoring unions are planning to stage a 24-hour strike on September 20.

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Noble Soon to Finalize Sale of Kamsarmax Duo


Noble is nearing the disposal of Kamsarmax vessels as it made strong progress in its restructuring move.

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Diana Shipping Prices USD 100 Million of Bonds


Diana Shipping has priced its USD 100 million private placement of senior unsecured bonds.

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IUMI President: Time to Manage the 'Unthinkable' Risks

Costa Concordia

Losses the likes of Deepwater Horizon, Costa Concordia, prove there is a need to manage the 'unthinkable' risks.

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WinGD: Everybody Is Looking into LNG as Marine Fuel

WinGD: LNG is one of the most appealing marine fuel options ahead of IMO's upcoming 2020 sulfur cap.

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33 LNG Ships Ordered This Year

LNG Carrier

Wood Mackenzie: Owners need to be careful they don’t over order.

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Compliant Fuels May Need to Be Ordered as of Mid-2019


ICS: Shipping companies may need to start ordering compliant fuels from as early as the middle of 2019.

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Panama Canal Not Impacted Yet by US-China Trade Tensions

Jorge Quijano

Quijano: So far, the canal has not experienced any effects from this commercial debate. 

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FUELSAVE Applies to Join the CO2 Challenge

Marc Sima, FUELSAVE co-founder and President

Manufacturer of fuel saving additive, FUELSAVE, has applied to become a partner of the CO2 Challenge.

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Marinakis Linked to Tanker Duo at Daehan Shipbuilding

Evangelos Marinakis

Capital Maritime and Trading has placed an order for two 114,000 dwt tankers with Korean shipbuilder Daehan Shipbuilding.

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Trump Adds Tariffs on USD 200 Bn of Chinese Imports

U.S. President Donald Trump

Trump will impose 10% tariffs on USD 200 billion worth of imports from China from September 24.

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World's Biggest Ship Propeller Heads for Korea

world's largest propeller

World's largest ship propeller heads for Busan to join the superstructure of MSC's 23,000 TEU newbuild.

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Boxships Allowed Back to Hong Kong Terminals after Mangkhut

Hong Kong

Pilot services in Hong Kong are being resumed this afternoon following the departure of Typhoon Mangkhut.

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Diana Shipping Finds Work for Panamax Bulker


Diana Shipping has signed a time charter deal with Ausca Shipping for one of its Panamax vessels.

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Keppel O&M Completes 2nd LNG-Powered Tug

KST Liberty

Keppel O&M has delivered its second dual-fuel tug capable of running on LNG.

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Maersk Line Confirms Scrubber Investment

Maersk Line containership

Maersk Line has confirmed its investment in scrubbers, but remains secretive on details of the investment.

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Vitol Inks 15-Year LNG Deal with Cheniere

lng carrier

Vitol has signed a 15-year liquefied natural gas sale and purchase agreement with US-based energy company Cheniere.

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Maersk to Change Bunker Surcharge ahead of Sulphur Cap

Mumbai Maersk

Maersk Line is planning to introduce a new fuel adjustment surcharge ahead of the 2020 sulphur cap.

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VLCC Superstructure Slips into Water at HHI's Ulsan Facility


A superstructure block of a VLCC slipped from a barge and sank while underway in Ulsan waters on September 15.

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ABS to Class Singapore's First LNG Bunker Barge

Singapore's first LNG bunkering vessel

ABS selected by FueLNG to class Singapore’s first LNG bunker barge, set to start construction in January 2019.

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NC Ports Closed Until Wednesday


North Carolina ports of Wilmington and Morehead City will remain closed through September 19.

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