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Suez Canal Eyes More LNG Carrier Transits

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Suez Canal Authority looking to attract more LNG carrier transits.

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SCF Tanker Grounded in Suez Canal due to Steering Failure

Sovcomflot's tanker Zaliv Amurskiy grounded in the Suez Canal on February 13 due to a steering failure.

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Suez Canal, Ecoslops to Undertake Feasibility Study

Suez Canal, Ecoslops to join forces in study on recovering oil residues from ships transiting the canal.

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Suez Canal Bags USD 5.3 Bn in Revenue in 2017

2017 was a good year for the Suez Canal as higher traffic in the waterway brought about a 5.6 pct revenue increase.

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Bulker Suffers Blackout in Suez Canal

A bulk carrier experienced a blackout while transiting the Suez Canal on October 4, GAC said, referring to the ...

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Suez Canal Introduces Toll Discounts for LNG Carriers

The Suez Canal Authority is granting toll reductions for LNG tankers operating between the American Gulf, Arabian ...

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Qatari Vessels Barred from Suez Canal Ports

Egypt has banned all Qatari vessels from entering the Suez Canal Economic Zone in line with the country’s ...

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LNG Carrier Crossing Suez Canal with Qatari Cargo

A liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier Wilforce is transiting the Suez Canal fully-loaded with Qatari LNG, the ...

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Suez Canal Cuts Tolls for Dry Bulkers

The Suez Canal Authority is offering a discount to dry bulk vessels with the aim of attracting more ships to ...

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MSC Containership Hinders Traffic in Suez Canal

The 165,960 dwt containership MSC Clorinda is hindering traffic in the Suez Canal as the vessel stopped in the ...

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Bulk Carrier Experiences Engine Issue in Suez Canal

The 74,269 dwt bulk carrier MV Paraskevi experienced an engine issue which caused it to briefly ground in the Suez ...

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Maersk Shams Refloated after Grounding in Suez Canal

The 2015-built containership Maersk Shams, operating on a long-term time charter with the Danish shipping giant ...

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Suez Canal Cuts Boxship Fees to Attract More Traffic

In an effort to “meet the desire” of ship owners and operators and attract more vessels, the Suez Canal ...

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Oil Tanker Grounds in Suez Canal

A 163,038 DWT oil tanker ran aground at 159 km of the Suez Canal early this morning shortly after it entered the ...

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Grounded Bulker Refloated in Suez, Traffic Unaffected

A 182,307 DWT bulk carrier ran aground during its transit of the Suez Canal with the Southbound convoy at about ...

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Boxship Refloated after Grounding in Suez Canal

The 153,514 dwt containership which ran aground in the Suez Canal on Thursday was refloated in the early morning ...

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Grounded Boxship Suspends Northbound Convoys in Suez

Northbound convoys in the Suez Canal have been suspended following grounding of a 153,514 DWT containership ...

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Saudis to Bankroll Suez Canal’s Industrial Zone

The Saudi investors plan to inject around EGP 3 billion (USD 337 million) into the development of an industrial ...

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Suez Cuts Tolls for US East Coast-SE Asia Bound Boxships

The Suez Canal Authority has decided that container ships coming from Port of New York and its southern ports ...

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Mamish: No Alternative to Suez!

The Suez Canal is the main route for world trade, and no other alternative can take its place in the field of ...

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New Katerina Refloated, Suez Canal Back to Normal

The Capesize bulk carrier New Katerina has been refloated and towed away from its grounding site in the Suez Canal ...

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