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Traver Kennedy, CEO of Joi Scientific, speaks on the potential of hydrogen as marine fuel.

Report: Up to 500 Bulkers Stuck at Asian Major Coal Ports

Between 400 and 500 large dry bulk carriers are waiting to unload coal in Chinese waters.

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IEA: Coal Demand to Remain Flat to 2022

Calm seas seem to be ahead for coal carrier owners in the next five years amid flat global demand for coal.

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Newcastle Port Needs to Diversify Its Business

Newcastle Port's new chairman said there is an "urgent need" to diversify the port's business.

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Norden Hits Mother Lode in the Philippines

Danish shipping company Dampskibsselskabet Norden A/S has entered into a 10-year contract to transport 20-24 ...

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Coal Shippers Not Cashing In on Import Surge in China

Dry bulk shipowners are not feeling the positive impacts of a surge in China’s coal imports due to a change ...

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Gallery: Protesters 'Block' Coal Shipments at Newcastle

The Australian police arrested 66 activists after they reportedly shut down the operations in Newcastle coal port, ...

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Bulkers Can't Catch a Break

The bulk shipping sector cannot catch a break especially since 2016 is expected to be another challenging year for ...

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Oakland Longshore Workers Say No to Coal

Unionised longshore workers and marine clerks at the Ports of Oakland and San Francisco have voted against plans to ...

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UNESCO: Great Barrier Reef Not in Danger

UNESCO World Heritage Committee has decided not to list the Great Barrier Reef as “in danger” at its session held ...

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Effects of China's Lower Coal Demand Start to Kick In

Demand for Australian thermal coal seems to be on a downward trend as vessel queue at Newscastle port’s three ...

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WWF: Dumping at Great Barrier Reef Must Stop

WWF Pushes to Stop Dumping at Great Barrier Reef

The dumping of waste from port expansions within Australia’s Great Barrier Reef could cause severe damage ...

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US Coal Exports Drop

U.S. coal exports have continued to decline from their record volumes in 2012. During the first half of 2014, coal ...

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Surrey Fraser Coal Terminal Gets Green Light

Port Metro Vancouver has approved the proposed direct coal transfer facility at Fraser Surrey Docks. The decision ...

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Coal Carrier Soma Maru Delivered

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. said today that the coal carrier Soma Maru, which will serve Tohoku Electric Power Co., ...

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Dudgeon Point Coal Terminals Put on Back Burner

Dudgeon Point Expansion Project Binned

North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation (NQBP) has requested from the Queensland Coordinator-General to cancel the ...

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K Line Hands Over Corona Ace

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd., Tokyo (“K” Line), has announced the delivery of CORONA ACE, an 88,000 ...

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Coal Carrier Energy Prometheus Completed

The coal carrier Energy Prometheus, which will be operated by MOL (Mitsui O.S.K. Lines) to ship coal to Hokuriku ...

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MOL Takes Over ‘Akatsuki’ Coal Carrier (Japan)

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) delivered the Akatsuki, the first 104,000 DWT class Post-Panamax coal carrier, ...

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Drewry: Coal Continues Capesize Problems

  A decline in demand for Capesize vessels has been countered by an improvement in demand for Panamax vessels, ...

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Coal Ship Sank Off Co To Island, Vietnam

  After a coal ship sank off the island of Co To in northern Quang Ninh Province yesterday, three crew members ...

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The Netherlands: EECV Invests 20 Million Euros in Coal ...

EECV is investing 20 million Euros in the expansion of the terminal in the Europoort for handling coal. This ...

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