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USA: New Bill Could Shed Light on Crime Aboard Cruise Ships

Rep. Doris Matsui (D-CA) and Rep. Ted Poe (R-TX) on Tuesday introduced the Cruise Passenger Protection Act, which ...

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Drewry: New ULCV Orders Could Negatively Impact Freight Rates

Attempts by carriers to tackle the capacity overhang are being undone as new orders for Ultra Large Container ...

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Moore Stephens: New VAT Rules in UK Could Significantly ...

International accountant and shipping consultant Moore Stephens has highlighted an imminent change to VAT rules by ...

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Offshore Wind Farm Could Help Spanish Shipyards

  SPAIN’S shipyards, which provide direct and indirect employment for 20,000 workers, have been hard hit by ...

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Switzerland: ICS Says CO2 Compensation Fund Could Help ...

  The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), whose member national shipowners’ associations represent ...

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India: Sagar Port Construction Could Harm Haldia Dock

The Kolkata Port Trust (KoPT) seems to be in undue haste to start work for a deep-draughted port at Sagar even as ...

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Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania Could Pursue Joint LNG ...

An agreement could be reached this fall on a joint Baltic liquified natural gas terminal, according to the Ministry ...

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AWS Ocean Energy Device Could Boost New Form of Wave ...

  Wave energy startup AWS Ocean Energy recently tested this novel wave power device on the surface of the ...

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UK: Offshore Wind Farm Plan Could Create 600 New Jobs ...

  GRIMSBY has been earmarked as the base for a firm erecting wind turbines in the North Sea – potentially ...

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Denis Morais receives GL COMPIT Award 2011

Denis Morais is the winner of this year’s GL COMPIT Award. At the COMPIT Conference taking place this week in ...

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Causeway crude oil export agreed

North Sea operators have reached agreement on export and processing of crude oil from the 15.6 million barrel UK ...

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Holland America to Deploy 2 Ships in Australia ...

Holland America Line will deploy ms Volendam and ms Zaandam in Australia, New Zealand, Asia and the South Pacific ...

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Governments Warn Shipping On Increased Pirate Threat ...

The US and Indian governments have both issued warnings to their vessels engaged in trade off the east coast of ...

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Two offshore wind farm plans due

Plans for two massive new wind farms off the north and south coasts of Wales will be unveiled later. The sites off ...

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New credits to CMA CGM

CMA CGM has reached an agreement with its its financial partners regarding a USD 500 million credit line. “This ...

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Norden names first of six MR product tankers

Norden has named six new medium range (MR) product tankers built by Japan’s Imabari Shipbuilding. The most recent ...

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Dredging delayed at 650m dollar port terminal

There is a long delay in capital dredging of deep-sea container terminal at the Karachi Port because in one year ...

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BCTN strives to become container millionaire

Binnenlandse Container Terminals Nederland (BCTN) plans to almost triple its throughput to over one million TEU. ...

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Hamburg Cruise Center welcomes 50th vessel of the season

The 26th July saw a cruise ship docking at the Port of Hamburg for the 50th time this season. The vessel concerned ...

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Team Boskalis (NED) to defend F18 World Title in Belgium

Team Boskalis (NED) defends the F18 World Title in Knokke/Belgium. Current World Champion Coen de Koning lines up ...

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Paris MoU announced new targeting lists

At its 42nd meeting last month, the Paris MoU Committee approved the 2008 inspection results and adopted new ...

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