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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


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


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


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


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

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Danaos Chooses Scrubbers for Six Boxships


Danaos Corporation has decided to install scrubbers on six vessels.

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BPA Worried Over Uncertainty amid Draft Brexit Deal


BPA: It could be some time before it is clear what the final arrangements will mean for ports.

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NYK Steps into the Future with Super Eco Ship 2050


NYK Group gives the maritime world a taste of things to come.

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HHI Receives First Cyber Security-Ready Notation from ABS

Cyber security

ABS issued HHI the first-of-its-kind Cyber Security-Ready Notation to a VLCC.

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SCF Group Scores USD 149 Mn Loan for Atlanticmax LNG Carrier

Sovcofmlot vessel

SCF will use the USD 149 million loan to finance the construction of a new 174,000 cbm Atlanticmax LNGC.

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Seanergy Concludes Refinancing of Bulker Championship


Seanergy Maritime concludes the refinancing of M/V Championship through a leasing agreement with Cargill.

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K Line Takes Delivery of New Coal Carrier

Shonai Maru

K Line has taken delivery of a 100,000 dwt-type special coal carrier, the Shonai Maru.

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Containership Heavyweights to Form Liner Association

Edith Maersk

The association is set to start operating from early 2019.

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Vard Starts Building Ponant's Electric Hybrid Cruise Ship

Expedition cruise vessel

Vard launched the construction phase of a polar exploration vessel for French cruise company Ponant.

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BOA Management Readies to Lift Norwegian Frigate

Helge Ingstad

The plan is to lift the vessel and transfer it to a semi-submersible barge.

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CargoX’s Blockchain Platform Is Open for Business


CargoX launched the first open, neutral, and accessible blockchain platform in the shipping industry.

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Japan Complains to WTO about Korean Shipbuilding Support


Japan has requested WTO dispute consultations with South Korea concerning subsidies for shipbuilders.

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Toft: Ocean Speeds Will Go Down as Bunker Prices Increase

Søren Toft, COO Maersk Line

Toft: Sailing speeds will decrease, as bunker prices continue to increase together with average vessel sizes.

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Skou: We Are Not Planning Any Acquisitions in 2019

Maersk Line

Maersk doesn't see a strong need to pursue mergers and acquisitions.

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Increased Bunker Cost Widens HMM's Loss

Hyundai Merchant Marine vessel

Hyundai Merchant Marine widened its loss in the third quarter of 2018 as bunker cost climbed up.

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MPC Container Ships Joins Scrubber Ordering Wave


MPC Container Ships signed contracts to buy scrubbers for five ships, with options for up to 50 more vessels.

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JFE Engineering Corp. Gets USCG BWMS Type Approval


Japan-based JFE Engineering Corporation has obtained the USCG type approval for its BWMS. 

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Maersk Supply Unlikely to Be Sold by Year End

MSS Starfish Vessels

Maersk doesn't expect to finalize the sale if its Maersk Supply business by the end of 2018.

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ABB Signs Marine Automation Deal in China

Viking Line cruise ferry

ABB has won its first marine automation system contract for a cruise ferry in China.

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Asia Steps Up the Fight for Fair Treatment of Seafarers


Asia’s leading seafaring nations have greed Guidelines on the Fair Treatment of Seafarers.

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Team Tankers Reports Q3 Loss


After a profitable second quarter, Team Tankers International closed the third quarter of 2018 reporting net loss.

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