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 News
  UK's Felixstowe Port: Disappointed Strike Action Will Go Ahead
19/08/2022 05:32:47 PM 
The company that operates Britain's biggest container port, Felixstowe, said on Friday it believed its pay offer to workers was fair and it was disappointed strike action due to begin on Sunday had not been called off.More than 1,900 workers
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  Next 10 Grain Ships Set to Leave Ukraine's Sea Ports
19/08/2022 04:53:31 PM 
A further ten cargo ships are being loaded with grain in Ukrainian Black Sea ports and being prepared for shipment under a food export agreement brokered last month, Ukraine s Infrastructure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov said on Friday.Ukraine s
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  Oil Tanker Detained After Nigerian Navy Says It 'Resisted Arrest'
19/08/2022 04:29:48 PM 
Equatorial Guinea has detained an oil tanker capable of carrying 2 million barrels after it attempted to load in Nigeria without proper paperwork, both countries said this week.The Nigerian navy said in a statement that the Heroic Idun, a very large crude carrier (VLCC)
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  AET Awards Maritime Scholarships
19/08/2022 04:05:42 PM 
Tanker shipping company AET said it has awarded 10 scholarships in partnership with the Texas A&M Foundation at the Texas A&M University Galveston Campus.The university is home to the Texas A&M Maritime Academy, one of seven maritime academies in the United States
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  Royal IHC and KSBL Sign Deal for CSD Builds in Bangladesh
19/08/2022 03:49:51 PM 
Royal IHC and Karnafuly Ship Builders Ltd (KSBL) in Bangladesh have signed contracts for the design, engineering and hardware of four cutter suction dredgers (CSD). The four mono-pontoon custom-built CSDs (2x 700 mm and 2x 600 mm) will be built
  More>>
  France Favors Gas Terminals Over New Pipeline to Tackle Crisis
19/08/2022 03:05:00 PM 
A third gas pipeline between Spain and France would cost at least 3 billion euros ($3 billion) and take years to complete, making it a less attractive option to address Europe's supply worries than new terminals to receive fuel by boat, France's
  More>>
  Rhine Water Too Low Even for Some Empty Vessels
19/08/2022 02:54:25 PM 
Water levels on Germany's Rhine river are so low that some vessels cannot sail even when empty, a shipping cooperative said on Friday, although long-awaited rain has begun to ease bottlenecks on one of the country's main commercial routes.Weeks
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  New Buoys Aim to Help Protect Whales from Ship Strikes
19/08/2022 02:47:08 PM 
A network of acoustic monitoring buoys aims to help protect North Atlantic right whales-one of the world s most critically endangered species-from ship strikes along the U.S. East Coast.Although North Atlantic right whales are protected under
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  Energy Efficiency Indices: What You Need to Know
19/08/2022 01:27:40 PM 
Decarbonization is the greatest challenge facing the shipping industry today.The effort to reduce emissions and environmental impact extends to all sectors and players and will leave no one in the industry unaffected.The IMO s effort to decarbonise shipping is a numbers game.
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  Navigating a Minefield: Why UXO Could Hamper the UK s Offshore Wind Ambitions
19/08/2022 01:04:54 PM 
The UK s plans to significantly increase offshore wind capacity to 50GW by 2030 risks being hindered by an array of undiscovered unexploded ordnance (UXO) in our coastal waters. It is estimated that up to 500,000 legacy items/targets of UXO could still be present in UK waters.
  More>>
  UK's Felixstowe Port: Disappointed Strike Action Will Go Ahead
19/08/2022 05:32:47 PM 
The company that operates Britain's biggest container port, Felixstowe, said on Friday it believed its pay offer to workers was fair and it was disappointed strike action due to begin on Sunday had not been called off.More than 1,900 workers
  More>>
  Next 10 Grain Ships Set to Leave Ukraine's Sea Ports
19/08/2022 04:53:31 PM 
A further ten cargo ships are being loaded with grain in Ukrainian Black Sea ports and being prepared for shipment under a food export agreement brokered last month, Ukraine s Infrastructure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov said on Friday.Ukraine s
  More>>
  Oil Tanker Detained After Nigerian Navy Says It 'Resisted Arrest'
19/08/2022 04:29:48 PM 
Equatorial Guinea has detained an oil tanker capable of carrying 2 million barrels after it attempted to load in Nigeria without proper paperwork, both countries said this week.The Nigerian navy said in a statement that the Heroic Idun, a very large crude carrier (VLCC)
  More>>
  AET Awards Maritime Scholarships
19/08/2022 04:05:42 PM 
Tanker shipping company AET said it has awarded 10 scholarships in partnership with the Texas A&M Foundation at the Texas A&M University Galveston Campus.The university is home to the Texas A&M Maritime Academy, one of seven maritime academies in the United States
  More>>
  Royal IHC and KSBL Sign Deal for CSD Builds in Bangladesh
19/08/2022 03:49:51 PM 
Royal IHC and Karnafuly Ship Builders Ltd (KSBL) in Bangladesh have signed contracts for the design, engineering and hardware of four cutter suction dredgers (CSD). The four mono-pontoon custom-built CSDs (2x 700 mm and 2x 600 mm) will be built
  More>>
  France Favors Gas Terminals Over New Pipeline to Tackle Crisis
19/08/2022 03:05:00 PM 
A third gas pipeline between Spain and France would cost at least 3 billion euros ($3 billion) and take years to complete, making it a less attractive option to address Europe's supply worries than new terminals to receive fuel by boat, France's
  More>>
  Rhine Water Too Low Even for Some Empty Vessels
19/08/2022 02:54:25 PM 
Water levels on Germany's Rhine river are so low that some vessels cannot sail even when empty, a shipping cooperative said on Friday, although long-awaited rain has begun to ease bottlenecks on one of the country's main commercial routes.Weeks
  More>>
  New Buoys Aim to Help Protect Whales from Ship Strikes
19/08/2022 02:47:08 PM 
A network of acoustic monitoring buoys aims to help protect North Atlantic right whales-one of the world s most critically endangered species-from ship strikes along the U.S. East Coast.Although North Atlantic right whales are protected under
  More>>
  Energy Efficiency Indices: What You Need to Know
19/08/2022 01:27:40 PM 
Decarbonization is the greatest challenge facing the shipping industry today.The effort to reduce emissions and environmental impact extends to all sectors and players and will leave no one in the industry unaffected.The IMO s effort to decarbonise shipping is a numbers game.
  More>>
  Navigating a Minefield: Why UXO Could Hamper the UK s Offshore Wind Ambitions
19/08/2022 01:04:54 PM 
The UK s plans to significantly increase offshore wind capacity to 50GW by 2030 risks being hindered by an array of undiscovered unexploded ordnance (UXO) in our coastal waters. It is estimated that up to 500,000 legacy items/targets of UXO could still be present in UK waters.
  More>>
 

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