Hydrogen Is the Ideal Zero-Emissions Fuel

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

Enrica Lexie Case: Court Orders Return of Italian Marine

One of the two Italian Navy marines, being held in India after they were accused of killing two Indian fishermen in ...

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POSH Takes Makamin to Court over Charter Fees

Offshore support vessels operator POSH Semco, a wholly-owned subsidiary of PACC Offshore Services Holdings (POSH), ...

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Court Throws Out Negligence Claim against Armada

The Bergen district court has dismissed the negligence claim against GC Rieber Shipping ASA’s subsidiary, ...

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Algoma Wins Court Dispute against Bankrupt Mingde Heavy

UK Arbitration Tribunal in London has ruled in favour of Canadian Algoma Central Corporation with regard to a ...

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Court Clears BG-Shell Merger

The High Court of Justice in England and Wales has today sanctioned the scheme of arrangement between the Royal ...

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Vale Given Green Light to Resume Operations at Tubarão

A Brazilian appeals court has overturned a ruling ordering mining giant Vale SA to suspend operations at its Port ...

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Vale’s Tubarão Port Closed amid Environmental Concerns

Brazilian mining giant Vale has received a notification from the local court on the suspension of activities at its ...

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Court Dismisses Ilmarinen Claims against Finnlines

The Supreme Court of Finland has today upheld the judgment rendered by the Helsinki Court of Appeal on 29 November ...

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Helsinki Court Dismisses Court Order against Finnsteve

The Helsinki District Court has rejected the temporary court order against Finnlines Plc’s subsidiary ...

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Norwegian Court Upholds Lunder’s Release Order

An appeals court in Norway upheld the verdict of an Oslo district court Tuesday on releasing Jo Lunder, former head ...

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Environmental Groups Taking Shell to Court

Twelve environmental groups have joined forces in their intent to bring a new challenge to the Bush-era Lease Sale, ...

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US Court Fines ILWU for Work Stoppages

The US District Court of Oregon has ordered the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) to pay the ...

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NITC Facing Blacklisting in EU Again

The National Iranian Tanker Company (NITC) is facing blacklisting again by the European Union as it has failed in ...

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Spanish Court Jails Six Somali Pirates

A Spanish court has convicted six Somali pirates sentencing them on sixteen years of imprisonment each. Namely, the ...

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Finnish Port Operators Take Union Labour Actions to Court

The Finnish Port Operators Association (FPOA) brought labour actions launched by Finnish transport union AKT before ...

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Court: CentrePort Guilty of Worker Death

A Wellington court ruled this week that stevedoring company CentrePort was to blame for the death of Mark Samoa who ...

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Eurotunnel to Sell Ferry Business

Eurotunnel to Sell Ferry Business as UK Court Upholds Operating Ban

France’s Groupe Eurotunnel SA has decided to look for a buyer for its MyFerryLink business after the ...

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Ex China Shipping Development Manager Gets 6 Years in Prison

Ex China Shipping Development Manager Gets 6 Years in Prison

Shanghai No.1 Intermediate People’s Court found Mao Shijia, former general manager of China Shipping Tanker ...

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Beirut Court Rules in Favor of CMA CGM Chief

Legal dispute between Johnny Saadé, brother of founder and chairman of French liner giant CMA CGM,  Jacques Saadé, ...

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Seychelles Court Acquits Suspected Somali Pirates

Three suspected Somali pirates have been acquitted by the Seychelles Court of Appeal with the court ordering ...

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Spain Guilty of Breaking Port Organization Rules

The European Union Court of Justice (ECJ) said in a ruling on December 11 that Spain has breached EU rules on ...

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