Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference (OEEC)

Offshore Energy 2018

The leading event for the oil & gas, marine energy and offshore wind industry.

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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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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UK Accuses Iran of Selling Adrian Darya 1 Cargo to Syria

Tanker

"Iran has shown complete disregard for its own assurances over Adrian Darya 1," UK's Foreign Secretary said.

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Hunter Joins New Scrubber Pool for VLCCs

VLCC

Hunter selected Tankers International as commercial manager for its fleet of very large crude carriers.

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VIDEO: Significance and Potentials of Marine Energy

If we would be able to effectively harness all the energy from water worldwide we would not have an energy problem.

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Corsica Linea Ferries Shutting Off Engines in Marseille

Corsica Linea ferry

All vessels will be will be connected to shore power by 2020.

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Princess Cruises' Newest Vessel Aces Sea Trials

Princess Cruises' vessel

After six days of trials, Sky Princess returned to Fincantieri's shipyard for exterior and interior works.

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Thessaloniki Port Authority Picks Expansion Project Manager

Thessaloniki is spending EUR 180 million on port upgrades.

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UK Secures More Funding for Zero-Emissions Shipping Drive

Ferry

The government is funding new shipping technology projects through MarRI-UK.

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UK Launches First Port Economic Partnership

Port of Southampton

The initiative strives to create stronger links between ports and government.

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MV Werften Cuts Steel for Dream Cruises' 2nd Global Ship

Global 2 steel cutting

The keel laying of the ship is planned for December 9, 2019, with delivery scheduled for 2022.

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Concordia Maritime Reels In USD 5 Mn for IMOIIMAX Success

IMOIIMAX Stena Important

The payment was made as a consequence of the commercial successes of the IMOIIMAX fleet since delivery.

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UK: Uncertain Times Make Strong Ports More Vital Than Ever

Container port

Drewry identified key factors that will make a port resilient and robust through all weathers.

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Short Sea, US Lines Drive CMA CGM's Volumes Up

CMA CGM containership

CMA CGM sees strong growth in volumes, despite an uncertain worldwide geopolitical environment.

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Höegh Autoliners Appoints New CEO

Höegh Autoliners

The company's current CEO resigned after less than two years in the role.

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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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Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference (OEEC)

Offshore Energy 2018

The leading event for the oil & gas, marine energy and offshore wind industry.

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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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Norden Creates Targeted Decarbonization Role

Norden vessel

The role will be led by Henrik Røjel with an aim to accelerate efforts in developing CO2 neutral transportation.

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BW LNG Holds Naming Ceremony for LNG Carrier Duo in Korea

BW Magnolia

Following delivery, the vessels will start long-term charters with Pavilion Energy and BP.

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Castor Maritime Charters Latest Addition to Oldendorff

Bulker

The 2001-built Magic Sun was chartered by Oldendorff Carriers at a daily rate of USD 12,000.

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Hyundai Heavy Splashes Flex LNG's New Vessel

LNG carrier newbuilding, to be named Flex Aurora

The newbuilding number 8010, to be named Flex Aurora, was launched to sea on September 6.

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DFDS in Ferry-Swap Agreement with Moby

Moby Aki

DFDS will purchase Moby Wonder and Moby Aki, and Moby will in turn acquire King Seaways and Princess Seaways.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

terminal

Here are the most read stories of the previous week.

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MSC Says It Is Not Hiring Eastern Pacific ULCV Newbuilds

MSC

MSC has denied reports saying the company is chartering six LNG-fueled container vessels.

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Russia Eyes Annual Traffic of 80 Mn Tons via NSR by 2024

Northern Sea Route

80 million tons of goods is planned to be shipped annually via the Northern Sea Route by 2024.

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