North Sea Port Ready to Invest in Hydrogen as Fuel

North Sea Port is looking to invest in hydrogen as marine fuel when time comes.

US Criticizes Russia for 'Harassing International Shipping'

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U.S. calls on Russia to cease its 'harassment of international shipping' in the Sea of Azov and the Kerch Strait.

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US Ports Urge Gov't to Consider Bad Impact of Trade Tariffs

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Tariffs on Chinese products and retaliatory responses to cover 8.4% of trade through US ports by value.

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US Sanctions on Iran to Affect Greek Owners

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Greek owners are most likely to be affected by the upcoming US sanctions on Iranian ports, shipping and energy sectors.

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NRF: US Imports Set Records ahead of New Tariffs

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US imports have set a number of records ahead of new tariffs on products from China.

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US Releases Another List of Chinese Imports to Face Tariffs

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The US unveils the second list considering Chinese imports valued at USD 16 billion.

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EU Takes Action to Shield Itself from US Tariffs

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The European Union has introduced “provisional safeguard measures” concerning imports of a number of ...

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U.S. Imports to Set New Record as Tariffs Take Effect

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U.S. container ports to set a new import record in July as new tariffs on goods from China enter into force.

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CMA CGM Pulls Out of Iran due to U.S. Sanctions

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CMA CGM is exiting Iran after the Trump administration imposed sanctions on companies operating in the country.

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NRF: Tariffs against China to Hurt Recent Economic Progress

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NRF: Trump administration's tariffs on USD 50 billion of Chinese imports would undermine recent economic progress.

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US "Alarmed" by Missile Strike on Turkish Ship off Yemen

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US said it was "alarmed" by the missile strike on a Turkish wheat ship earlier in May.

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IMO Approves Proposal on Bering Strait Shipping Routes

IMO has given the green light to a joint US-Russian proposal on regulating shipping in the Bering Strait.

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NRF: US Container Imports to Rise despite Threat of Tariffs

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NRF: Imports at major US retail container ports are to grow steadily despite the prospect of heavy tariffs from China.

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US Sanctions against Venezuela "Cause for Concern"

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Sanctions imposed by the US against Venezuela are now starting to impact shipments in the tanker market.

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Growing US Imports Threatened by Developing Trade War

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NRF: Imports at US container ports are to grow 5.8 percent in April, but could be threatened by a developing trade war.

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US to Dominate Global Oil Supply in Next 5 Years

The United States is set to take over the throne as the world's largest oil producer in the next five years.

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US Sanctions 28 More Ships

The United States has imposed a new wave of sanctions against North Korea's regime.

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AAPA Eyes USD 66 Bn Funding for Port Upgrades

AAPA is looking to secure USD 66 billion for federal port-related infrastructure investments.

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US: Severe Winter Storm Batters Northern New England

A severe winter storm, named Grayson, is impacting the maritime community in Northern New England.

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US Aims to Blacklist 10 More Ships over North Korea Cargo

Reuters: The United States is looking to blacklist another ten ships for carrying banned cargo from North Korea.

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Tanker Shipping Benefits from Rise in US Crude Oil Exports

US crude oil exports are now more important to shipping than US oil product exports.

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INEOS: World’s Largest VLEC to Carry US Ethane to China

UK’s chemicals company INEOS has signed a long-term supply deal to deliver ethane from US shale gas to China, ...

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