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Readers’ Picks of the Week (May 16 – 20, 2016)

Danish Ship Finance: Shipyards Could Be Left without Orders by 2017 It is essential that new orders are placed ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (May 9 – 13, 2016)

Interview: Kidnappings for Ransom Easy and Less Risky In 2016, piracy has yet again emerged as one of the key ...

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Alphaliner: Third Alliance in the Making? The eight container carriers left out of the two major alliances, the 2M ...

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Aframax Dirty Rates May Sway Clean Operators to Change Ranks

Aframax Dirty Rates May Sway Clean Operators to Change Ranks

With the earnings for an Aframax trading crude from the Arabian Gulf to South East Asia at USD 33,400/day for a ...

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Top News of the Week 19th – 23rd of May

ATL Wins Its Largest Contract Atlantic Towing Limited (ATL) has secured a new ten (10)-year firm contract, plus a ...

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Top News of the Week April 28 – May 2

Sewol Captain Facing Life Sentence The captain of the ill fated ‘Sewol’ ferry Lee Joon-seok (68), along with two ...

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ITIC Says Hold-Harmless Clauses May Not Be So Harmless

ITIC has warned that the so-called ‘hold harmless’ clauses in many of the contracts entered into by its members may ...

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Castrol Marine Launches Castrol Cyltech in May 2014

Castrol Marine announced yesterday it will launch Castrol Cyltech CL 100 ACC in May 2014. The Next Generation ...

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Nordic Yards – Construction of Third Platform ...

Nordic Yards - Construction of Third Platform About to Start in May (Germany)

Nordic Yards, manufacturer of innovative special ships and major maritime projects, has vacancies for well-trained ...

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Iran’s NITC Expects First Supertanker Delivery ...

  Based on the information published by Reuters, Tehran- based oil shipping company NITC, expects arrival of ...

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Russia: Baltic Shipyard to Start Construction of New ...

Russia - Baltic Shipyard to Start Construction of New Icebreaker in May

Baltiysky Zavod JSC (Baltic Shipyard) is about to start construction on a new 25 MW icebreaker ordered by ...

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Russia: Sevmash Shipyard to Conduct Sea Trials on INS ...

Russia - Sevmash Shipyard to Conduct Sea Trials on INS Vikramaditya in May

Designers of JSC Sevmash shipyard are resolving complex technical issues when working on Project 11430 aircraft ...

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The Netherlands: Fairstar Expects Delivery of FORTE in May

The Netherlands - Fairstar Expects Delivery of FORTE in May

Fairstar Heavy Transport N.V. (FAIR) announces that it will take delivery of the 50,000DWT semi-submersible vessel ...

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India: Private Investment in Port Sector May Drop, ...

  Shipping ministry has estimated investment to drop to Rs 51,036.56 crore. The shipping ministry has ...

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UK: Arms Race May Develop Between Pirates and Shipping ...

UK - Arms Race May Develop Between Pirates and Shipping Industry, Warns ITF

An arms race may develop between pirates and the shipping industry given the widespread use of security teams to ...

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Maritime UK Warns that Sulphur ECA Regulations May ...

  In a submission to the Transport Select Committee on Monday, Maritime UK warned of the potential side ...

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Taiwan May Get Spot LNG Cargo October 8

  Taiwan may receive a spot cargo of liquefied natural gas from the Atlantic Ocean area in October, according ...

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Russia: Sovcomflot Says Shtokman Project May Require ...

  The OAO Gazprom-led Shtokman project to produce liquefied natural gas, or LNG, from a Barents Sea field ...

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Malaysia: MISC May Bid for Maersk LNG Fleet

  National carrier MISC Bhd may put in a bid for a fleet of eight liquefied natural gas (LNG) ships owned by ...

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USA: New Cape May Beach Project Begins in November

The federal government has already proved it can make a bigger beach. This winter it will try to make a safer ...

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10 Foreign Ships under Detention in UK Ports During May ...

  The Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) announced, yesterday, that 10 foreign flagged ships were under ...

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