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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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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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Eagle Ford Terminals Receives First Vessel at New Dock

Port of Corpus Christi

Terminal commissioning marked an important milestone for the Eagle Ford Terminals Corpus Christi joint venture.

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Eagle Bulk Adds First of Six Ultramaxes to Its Fleet

Bulker

The 2015-built ship, fitted with a scrubber, has been renamed the M/V Dublin Eagle.

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First Hybrid-Powered Ship Completes Northwest Passage

MS Roald Amundsen on Northwest Passage crossing

The ship sailed over 3,000 nautical miles passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific.

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US Retail Imports to Surge Again Ahead of More Tariffs

Containers at port

The numbers are expected to surge again before another round of tariffs takes effect in December.

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Mexico Finds Cocaine Aboard Bulker in Altamira

Bulker

Initial reports suggest that the seized packages contained around 49 kilograms of cocaine.

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Drewry: Capesize Market Spot Rates at Record Highs

Vale Brasil

Upcoming IMO rules and recovery in Brazil’s iron ore exports to support the continued surge in freight rates.

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Panama Canal, Rotterdam Port to Promote International Trade

Port of Rotterdam

The parties would promote international trade between Europe and the West Coast of South America.

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US Rescues Four Trapped Crew from Stricken Car Carrier

USCG rescues remaining four crew members from Golden Ray

Three crew members were extracted at around 3 p.m. and the final seafarer was extracted at 5:50 p.m.

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Two Crew Killed on Tanker off Dutch Caribbean

RBD Gino Ferretti incident

The crew members were killed in a reported stabbing incident.

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Panama Okays Latest Tolls Structure Modifications

Panama Canal

Implementation dates for tolls applicable to certain segments were postponed until April and May 2020.

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SunStone Names, Takes Delivery of Its First Polar Vessel

Naming of the Greg Mortimer

The vessel, named Greg Mortimer, has been delivered and is all set for its first Antarctica venture.

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USCG: Car Carrier Heavily Listing off Georgia, Four Missing

Golden Ray

Golden Ray started listing after it became disabled in St. Simons Sound, Georgia.

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New Administrator Takes the Helm at Panama Canal

Dr. Ricaurte Vásquez Morales, new Panama Canal Administrator

Vásquez became the fourth Panamanian Administrator of the waterway.

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US Blacklists "Oil-for-Terror" Shipping Network

Tanker

Over the past year, the network allegedly moved oil worth hundreds of millions of dollars in breach of U.S. sanctions.

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LNG Carrier Loads 1st Freeport LNG Commissioning Cargo

LNG carrier

Freeport LNG ships the first LNG commissioning cargo for Train 1 from its liquefaction facility in Texas.

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GasLog to Convert LNG Carrier for Panama FSU Charter

GasLog

The 10-year time charter contract was signed with Sinolam LNG Terminal for a gas-fired power project in Panama.

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Crowley Orders Articulated Tug-Barge for Alaska Ops

Articulated tug barge design

The ATB will be capable of performing nearshore ship-to-ship cargo transfers.

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Safe Bulkers Completes 25% of Planned Scrubber Installations

Bulker

Scrubber were installed on five vessels by the end of August 2019.

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Canada Investing in Development of Low-Noise Tankers

Canada Teekay low-noise tanker

The government wants to reduce underwater noise to protect the marine environment.

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PSA Makes First Foray into the US with Penn Terminals

Penn Terminals was acquired from Macquarie Infrastructure Partners following approval by relevant authorities.

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Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Christens Mitsui's New LNG Carrier

Marvel Heron

After completion, the Marvel Heron will go into service primarily transporting LNG for the Cameron LNG Project.

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US Blacklists Iranian Oil Tanker 'Headed to Syria'

Tanker

U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo said that the U.S. has "reliable information" the tanker is headed to Tartus, Syria.

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Golar LNG Fixes New Charters, Secures USD 180 Mn Loan

Golar Bear

Subject to market conditions, Golar LNG intends to complete the spin-off of its TFDE fleet by the end of 2019.

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Fednav Welcomes Its Latest Handy Bulker

Fednav

Canada's Fednav takes delivery of Federal Montreal, its newest Great Lakes-suitable Handysize vessel.

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HaiSea Marine to Build Tugs for LNG Canada Terminal

canadian-flag

HaiSea Marine is to build and operate escort and harbor tugs required for LNG export facility in Kitimat.

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