Australian Maritime Unions to Appeal Court Visa Decision?

  Australian maritime unions are considering an appeal to the full Federal Court in the wake of yesterday’s ...

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Transocean Shakes Off Gross Negligence Charge

Transocean Shakes Off Gross Negligence Charge

Transocean Ltd. has received a decision by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana ...

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Italian Authorities Push Back Decision on Concordia ...

The Italian Government has delayed the date of the final decision on refloating and removal of the Concordia wreck ...

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Petronas Reaches Final Investment Decision on PFLNG 2 ...

PETRONAS has reached the Final Investment Decision (FID) for its second floating liquefied natural gas facility ...

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Bunker Suppliers Applaud EU Waste Decision

Rotterdam-based law firm AKD says recent guidance handed down by the European Court of Justice which rules that ...

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Moore Stephens Welcomes EC Decision to Maintain ...

International accountant and shipping adviser Moore Stephens has welcomed a decision by the European Commission to ...

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Shippers and the Environment to Benefit from IMO ...

Shipowners pleas for greater clarity on what to do when there are no adequate port reception facilities to receive ...

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UANI Hails Hong Kong’s Decision to Stop ...

On Monday, United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) applauded Hong Kong for ending its reflagging of Iranian vessels. In ...

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ICS Disappointed by IMO Fuel Study Decision (UK)

ICS Disappointed by IMO Fuel Study Decision (UK)

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), whose member national shipowners’ associations represent more than 80% ...

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AWT Announces Its Fleet Decision Support System at SMM ...

AWT Announces Its Fleet Decision Support System at SMM Hamburg, Germany

Applied Weather Technology, Inc. (AWT), announced today at SMM Hamburg its Fleet Decision Support System ...

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The Netherlands: Dockwise Announces Decision to Convert ...

The Netherlands - Dockwise Announces Decision to Convert Its Type 2 Vessel Black Marlin

Dockwise Ltd yesterday announces the decision to convert its Type 2 vessel, the Black Marlin, to a Type 1 vessel ...

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Denmark: Decision to Order 10 More Triple-E Ships Has ...

Denmark - Decision to Order 10 More Triple-E Ships Has Not Been Made Yet, Maersk Says

Maersk Line, the global containerized division of the A.P. Moller – Maersk Group is considering an option to order ...

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Australia: MUA Welcomes Decision to Replace Lowlands ...

Australia - MUA Welcomes Decision to Replace Lowlands Prosperity

The MUA has welcomed the decision by BHP Billiton to charter the Lowlands Brilliance as the replacement for the ...

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Philippines: Appeal to MARINA to Reconsider its ...

Cebu Governor Gwendolyn Garcia has made an appeal with Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) to reconsider its ...

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Tamsen Yachts buys SMG Werft in Rostock

The Hamburg businessman Heiner Tamsen takes over the insolvent SMG Werft and leads the shipyard from Rostock in ...

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On an Ancient Canal, Grunge Gives Way to Grandeur

Until the early 1990s, crews on barges and boats chugging down China’s 2,400-year-old Grand Canal did not need ...

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MacAndrews shrinks carbon footprint with new reefer xpress

MacAndrews, the UK based subsidiary of CMA CGM, launched their new Reefer Xpress Service on 23rd June between ...

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FRO – Exercise of options for Suezmax ...

As previously reported in July 2006, Frontline Ltd. (‘Frontline’ or the ‘Company’) has been ...

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PGS exercises option to build a second new Ramform at ...

Petroleum Geo-Services ASA announced that it has decided to exercise the option with Aker Yards, Langsten to build ...

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Gammon consortium bags orders worth Rs1221cr

A consortium comprising Gammon India and its sudsidiary Gammon Infrastructure Projects has been awarded the Kosi ...

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Aussie force on Telefonica Movistar

Built by Boatspeed in Newcastle, Australia and designed by Bruce Farr, the Telef

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