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Cargill, Maersk Tankers Team Up in the MR Segment

Maersk Corsica

With Cargill's fleet of up to 20 vessels, the Maersk Tankers' pool would consist of over 60 tankers.

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Meyer Turku Pushes Delivery of Costa Smeralda to November

Costa Smeralda

Costa Cruises' 1st LNG-powered ship will be delivered in mid-November, a month later than the initial deadline.

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Cargo Ship Brings Bullets for South African LPG facility

Xin Si Lu

The 12,700 dwt Xin Si Lu delivered the 5,650 ton bullets on September 12.

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Golden Ocean Ups Investment into Singapore Marine

Bulker

With the latest boost, Singapore Marine raised a USD 44 million in addition to the USD 105 million raised earlier.

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Bulker Crashes into Pier at China's Grain Terminal

Bulker crashes into pier

The bulk carrier Hua Jiang 17 allided with a grain terminal at Taizhou Port after it suffered a main engine failure.

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ILWU: Automation of BC Terminals to Cause Major Job Cuts

Container Terminal

Automation could eliminate over 9,200 marine terminal jobs across British Columbia, ILWU reports shows.

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MPC Container Ships, Ahrenkiel Join Trident Alliance

Containership

The companies committed to comply with the new IMO 2020 maritime sulphur regulations.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Here are the most read stories of the previous week

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d'Amico Widens Loss, Maintains 'Very Positive' Outlook

d'Amico International Shipping

Tanker markets suffered from prolonged refinery maintenances during the period.

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Fire Erupts aboard Tanker at Norway's Sture Terminal

Tanker fire at Sture Terminal

The tanker arrived at the Sture terminal from the Port of Gothenburg.

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ReCAAP: Asian Piracy Incidents Down in August

Piracy

A total of eight incidents were reported in August, including two piracy and six armed robbery incidents.

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LNG Bunker Vessel Kairos in Further Baltic Sea Firsts

LNG bunker vessel Kairos and product tanker Ternsund

The LNG bunker operation took place while normal cargo was unloaded in parallel.

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Performance Shipping Breaches Minimum Bid Price on Nasdaq

Containership

From July 24 to September 5, 2019, the company's common stock closing bid price was below minimum requirement.

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Wärtsilä Bags South Korean Bunker Tanker BWMS Deal

Doorae Shipping BWMS contract

This is Wärtsilä's first BWMS retrofit contract in South Korea.

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First Vessel Docks at Grand Bahama Shipyard after Dorian

Grand Bahama Shipyard welcomes its first commercial vessel

The crude oil tanker Agathonissos returned to complete repair works that started before Hurricane Dorian.

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US Coast Guard Working on Containing New Orleans Oil Spill

New Orleans oil spill

The Coast Guard is yet to provide details on the cause or source of the spill.

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Greenpeace Closes Part of Houston Ship Channel

Greenpeace

A portion of the upper channel near Baytown was closed during the protest, between Light 102A and Light 104.

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Australia Bans Two Bulkers from Its Ports

Australian flag

Bulkers Fortune Genius, Xing Jing Hai were banned for 12 and 18 months for breaching basic rights of seafarers.

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Frontline Extends Options for Trafigura's Two Suezmaxes

Tanker

The option for the first option Suezmaxes was extended to September 18.

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Cargo Ship Sara Banned from Paris MoU Ports

Cargo ship Sara

Out of 20 deficiencies found during an inspection, 5 were ground for detention.

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Sovcomflot, NYK Line Ink Loan to Refinance LNG Carrier Duo

Sovcomflot and NYK Line signing ceremony

The loan would refinance the LNG carriers Grand Aniva and Grand Elena, servicing the Sakhalin-2 project.

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Port of Long Beach Keeps Reducing Air Pollution

Port of Long Beach

The Port of Long Beach’s clean-air efforts have resulted in an 87% cut in diesel emissions.

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United Heavy Lift, Ocean7 Projects Open Joint Office

Heavy Lift Ship

The two competitors will coordinate their activities in Norway.

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Fuel Flexibility Is Key for Shipping's Lower Emissions Goal

Shipping

Fuel flexibility is crucial, "as the fuels of today may not be the fuels of tomorrow."

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Evergreen to Order Ten 23,000 TEU Containerships

Evergreen's containership Triton

The value of the entire order stands between USD 1.4 billion and USD 1.6 billion.

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Thun Tankers Christens LNG-Fueled Ship in Stockholm

Thun Venern naming ceremony

The 18,000 dwt ship, built by Avic Dingheng, is the third from a batch of six Sweden-flagged sister vessels.

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New Wasaline Ferry to Get Wärtsilä Navigation System

Wasaline ferry

The Wasaline RoPax ferry will be fitted with Wärtsilä’s Nacos Platinum navigation and communication system.

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