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  • Japan Merger to Increase LNG Buyer Power March 6, 2015
    The combination of two Japanese utilities to form the world's biggest liquefied natural gas importer will give Asian buyers greater muscle to press producers for more flexible contracts and potentially deepen a new era of weaker prices. Tokyo El …
  • First Gen Seeks Partner for LNG Terminal March 6, 2015
    The Philippines' First Gen Corp is talking with potential partners for its proposed $1 billion LNG import terminal, the head of the energy firm said today. First Gen, one of the Southeast Asian nation's biggest power producers, has been und …
  • Exxon Begins Offshore Drilling, Venezuela Protests March 6, 2015
    Exxon Mobil will start exploration drilling at the large Stabroek Block off the coast of Guyana on Friday, the government said, in a move that could inflame a long-running territorial row with neighboring Venezuela. "They are doing the preparato …
  • IACS Acts on MOL Comfort Report March 5, 2015
    The final report issued by Japan about the MOL Comfort break up concludes that the sea loads experienced by the vessel at the time of the casualty exceeded hull girder ultimate strength. MOL Comfort was a 2008-built Bahamian-flagged 8,110teu containe …
  • Tender Invite an Australian Shipbuilding Lifesaver March 5, 2015
    The Australian government has announced tenders for 21 Australian-made patrol boats worth A$594 million ($462 million), plus through-life sustainment valued at A$1.38 billion ($107 billion). The move follows a Defence White Paper released in December …
  • Scientists Ask Obama to Rethink Seismic Blasting March 5, 2015
    The Obama administration’s decision to allow the use of seismic air guns for oil and gas exploration in the Atlantic Ocean has raised serious concerns with marine scientists. Seventy-five of the top scientists from not only the U.S. but around the wo …
  • Famous Arthur M. Anderson Finally Reaches Wisconsin March 5, 2015
    After a nearly month-long struggle across three different iced-over Great Lakes, the well-known Arthur M. Anderson freighter finally entered winter lay-up in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin on Wednesday morning. The vessel left Indiana on February 6th and wa …
  • Operations Resume at Port Metro Vancouver March 5, 2015
    Port Metro Vancouver said on Thursday that operations had resumed at most port facilities shut down by a shipping container fire the day before, but that its Centerm container terminal was still closed. The chemical fire, which prompted a massive eme …
  • Egypt Predicts Suez Canal 30% of Economy March 5, 2015
    Egypt expects a planned economic zone near the Suez Canal to eventually make up about a third of Egypt's economy, the country's investment minister said on Thursday. Egypt plans to build an international industrial and logistics hub near th …
  • First Contract for Savannah Harbor Expansion Awarded March 5, 2015
    Deepening the Savannah harbor can begin following today's award of a $134.5 million contract to Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company of Oak Brook, Illinois, by the Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The contract covers deepening of …
  • UN Agencies Address Unsafe Sea Migration March 5, 2015
    United Nations agencies are meeting in London today (Wednesday, March 4th) to discuss concerted ways to address the high numbers of lives being lost at sea in unsafe craft, particularly in the Mediterranean Sea, where hundreds of people are reported …
  • Coast Guard Monitors Distressed Fuel-carrying Vessel March 5, 2015
    The Coast Guard is monitoring a vessel that lost propulsion and briefly grounded in the vicinity of Welch Island, Wednesday. The crew of the 738-foot bulk carrier Miyama is currently underway enroute to Kalama north berth, after having effected repai …
  • Fujairah Port Oil Capacity Could Rise 75% March 5, 2015
    Oil storage capacity in the United Arab Emirates port of Fujairah is expected to rise six million cubic meters (mcm) by 2020 to around 14 mcm, a senior port official told Reuters on Thursday. The port, which lies outside the Strait of Hormuz, a vital …
  • Modi Woos Indian Ocean Island Nations March 5, 2015
    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will offer island nations in the Indian Ocean a broad range of military and civilian assistance next week in a bid to wrest back some of the influence China has gained by spending billions of dollars in the region. …
  • Rongsheng Dips Out on Cash Lifeline March 5, 2015
    China’s troubled shipbuilder Rongsheng said it had scrapped a warrant issue that would have given the heavily indebted shipbuilder a HK$3 billion ($416 million) cash lifeline after it was unable to contact the offer's only subscriber. A warrant …

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  • European Shipping Industry: Innovative to Stay Ahead March 6, 2015
    Europe has a major role to play in driving the maritime industry forward, said Tor Svensen, CEO of DNV GL – Maritime, in his keynote speech on innovation at the European Shipping Week in Brussels. Svensen outlined three priority areas that will drive …
  • Alphatron Marine Signs First Lease Contract for 11 Vessels March 6, 2015
    Alphatron Marine is pleased to announce that they have signed a lease contract with Seacontractors for no less than 11 vessels to provide satellite hardware and data solution packages. Alphatron Marine’s VSAT system will be installed alongside the ex …
  • Van Oord's Cable-laying Vessel Nexus Operational March 6, 2015
    Van Oord will deploy the Nexus, its first cable-laying vessel for constructing offshore wind parks, with a two-day event on the Wilhelminakade in Rotterdam. Students and business contacts will be given a tour of the vessel on Friday, March 6th. On Sa …
  • Nakilat Damen Celebrates Delivery of Tugs at Ras Laffan March 5, 2015
    Nakilat Damen Shipyards Qatar (NDSQ) has delivered two new Qatari-built mooring tugs to towage operator Nakilat Svitzer Wijsmuller (NSW).  The delivery of the two ASD 2810 tugs is part of a seven-vessel order that the yard is currently working on for …
  • Yara Marine Delivers Scrubber to Brittany Ferries March 5, 2015
    Yara Marine Technologies (former Green Tech Marine) – a world leading scrubber supplier – has delivered another successful scrubber project. This time to French ferry operator Brittany Ferries and their ship Normandie, which runs between Portsmouth a …
  • Interline 9001 Application Progresses with Navig8 March 5, 2015
    Leading ship owner Navig8 is progressing application of Interline 9001, an advanced cargo tank coating from AkzoNobel’s International marine coating product range, on a series of 18 chemical tankers currently under construction at Hyundai Mipo Dockya …
  • MacGregor Receives Order from Wuhu Xinlian Shipyard March 5, 2015
    MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has received an order from Wuhu Xinlian Shipyard in China for eight MacGregor dry bulk cement handling systems.   The fully automated pneumatic systems will be installed on two 78m 12,000 bhp 150T BP anchor handling, tug, …
  • Ocean Signal Introduces New rescueME MOB1 March 5, 2015
    Ocean Signal introduces its new rescueME MOB1 for the first time at Seawork International this year as the latest product in its range of devices integral to the safety of crew in the commercial environment. The communication and safety at sea specia …
  • Appointment of James Norwood to CLS Offshore March 5, 2015
    CLS Offshore Limited is pleased to welcome James Norwood as their new Commercial Director. James joins CLS Offshore from Raytheon Anschuetz GmbH, and will be responsible for developing the strategy, commercial and business development activities of t …
  • ESC First to Receive Panama Accreditation March 5, 2015
    The Panama Maritime Authority has accredited ESC Global Security personnel to offer protection aboard Panamanian-registered vessels, in what is thought to mark the first Private Maritime Security Companies (PMSC) licence issued under the new Panama A …
  • Kongsberg Maritime Delivers Welding Cameras March 5, 2015
    Kongsberg Maritime Camera Group has designed, manufactured and delivered a new underwater video camera for use on an advanced subsea Remote Pipeline Repair System (RPRS). The cameras are specifically designed to monitor the welding arc and welding pa …
  • Liberian Registry Appoints Hong Kong MD March 4, 2015
    The Liberian Registry has appointed shipping executive Gerry Buchanan as managing director of its dedicated office in Hong Kong. As the recently retired president of Genco Shipping & Trading, Gerry Buchanan’s experience spans an extensive career …
  • ALMACO Awarded Contracts by STX France March 4, 2015
    ALMACO has been awarded contracts by STX France to provide its Food Handling solutions for Provision Stores and Refrigeration Machinery onboard Royal Caribbean International’s newbuilds. ALMACO will deliver 2,600 square meters of Provision Stores and …
  • ALMACO Onboard Royal Caribbean's Newbuilds March 4, 2015
    ALMACO has been awarded the contract by Meyer Werft Shipyard to provide Provision Stores onboard Royal Caribbean International’s newbuild Ovation of the Seas. Additional to the 2,050 square meters of Provision Stores that ALMACO delivered for Quantum …
  • Conrad Receives Order for LNG Bunker Barge March 4, 2015
    Conrad Industries, Inc. announced today that its subsidiary Conrad Orange Shipyard, Inc. has entered into a contract to construct the first LNG bunker barge to be built for the marine market in North America. The contract signing was hosted at the re …

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