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  • UK Oil Industry Collapse May Be Overstated December 19, 2014
    Robin Allan, chairman of the independent explorers' association Brindex, has spoken out on the dire situation in the UK’s oil and gas industry saying it is “close to collapse” as new North Sea projects cannot be profitable with oil prices droppi …
  • Container Fire Erupts on Ship in New Jersey December 19, 2014
    There was a large response to a container fire on what appeared to be a Hapag-Lloyd ship at Global Terminal in New Jersey on the Jersey City/Bayonne border on Thursday. A load of coconut charcoal reportedly caught fire and spread to the exterior of a …
  • Old Ship Records to Shed Light on Arctic Ice Loss December 19, 2014
    Ships filled with explorers have gathered scientific data about the Arctic for centuries. Now, scientists are hoping handwritten observations from the past will shed light on the future. An ambitious effort, aided by a global network of citizen scien …
  • DNB's Loan Book Can Handle Oil Price Fall December 19, 2014
    Norway's DNB bank, one of the lenders most exposed to the energy sector, has tested its loan book against big oil price falls and expects losses to remain below their usual levels next year, it said on Friday. Around 8 percent of DNB's loan …
  • What Was the Most Shocking News of 2014? December 19, 2014
    2014 saw its share of weird, shocking and sad news within the maritime world – whether it was a rat-filled ghost ship haunting the coast, cruise passengers reporting a UFO sighting, or a real-life castaway tale. So what did MarEx readers find most in …
  • ICYMI: Jaenichen on Current State of U.S. Maritime Industry December 19, 2014
    During his keynote address, Maritime Administrator Paul "Chip" Jaenichen spoke about the current state of the U.S. Maritime Industry at the International Workboat Show in New Orleans on December 4, 2014 and Maritime TV was there to cover it …
  • Repair Worker Falls to Death on Ship December 19, 2014
    Local authorities have reported that an employee has died while working on a ship moored in Galveston, Texas. The worker fell about 30 feet to his death on Thursday morning. A Galveston police spokesman stated that the man was employed by Malin Inter …
  • New Offshore Network to Boost China's Maritime Power December 19, 2014
    China will set up an offshore observation network, including satellite and radar stations, to strengthen the country's maritime power, the official China Daily reported on Friday, in a move that could exacerbate tensions in the region. Many of C …
  • Crew Practices Caused Rena Grounding -Report December 19, 2014
    New Zealand’s Transport Accident Investigation Commission on Thursday published its final report into causes and circumstances of the 2011 grounding of the MV Rena containership, the worst maritime disaster in the history of the country. Report Detai …
  • Fortress Looks to Sell TRAC Intermodal December 19, 2014
    Private equity firm Fortress Investment Group LLC is exploring a sale of TRAC Intermodal LLC, a logistics equipment leasing company that could be valued at more than $1.7 billion, including debt, according to people familiar with the matter. Fortress …
  • Report Slams Alang Shipbreaking Yards December 18, 2014
    Patrizia Heidegger of NGO Shipbreaking Platform gives her opinion on a report released by an Indian research institute that reveals poor enforcement of occupational health and safety provisions at Alang shipbreaking yards in India. The working and li …
  • Container Shipping: The Big Bang Theory December 18, 2014
    Op-Ed by David Rosen As the term implies, the big bang is the end of a long sequence of events that converge on a single point of singularity and diverge from that point on to a different universe of activity. The train of thought that will be presen …
  • Grounding: Master and Pilot at Odds December 18, 2014
    Op-Ed by Bob Couttie, Maritime Accident Casebook (MAC) Transport Safety Board of Canada’s report on the contact and grounding incident involving the general cargo vessel Claude A. Desgagnes as it entered Iroquois Lock in the St. Lawrence Seaway, is a …
  • 2014 in Review: Lubricants and the VGP December 18, 2014
    Shipowners have been proactive in their adoption of environmentally friendly lubricants to satisfy the December 19, 2013 U.S. vessel general permit (VGP) requirements, perhaps more proactive than some of the oil companies. Rob Atkinson, executive dir …
  • Russia, France Mistral Deal Still Uncertain December 18, 2014
    A ship carrying the Russian sailors who have been training for months on a French-built Mistral helicopter carrier left the French port of Saint-Nazaire on Thursday, with it still unclear whether Paris will finally deliver the ship to Moscow. A Reute …

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  • Pipe Leg Liftboat Design Completed December 19, 2014
    U.S.-based A. K. Suda has successfully completed the design of a 335 ft (102.5m) pipe-legged liftboat. The vessel, claimed to be the world’s largest of its kind, is being delivered to its owners this year, and it follows the SUDA 450-L3T, delivered e …
  • Optimarin and Goltens Sign Worldwide Agreement December 19, 2014
    Ballast Water Treatment (BWT) specialist Optimarin and Goltens, a leading provider of engineering and installation solutions for the shipping industry, have signed a non-exclusive worldwide agreement for retrofitting Optimarin’s Ballast System (OBS). …
  • SOLASOLV Installed on World’s Largest Containership December 19, 2014
    South Shields based Solar Solve Marine has just completed another significant order from Korea, this time for a series of 5 vessels for China Shipping Container Lines which are being built by Hyundai Heavy Industries.  They are to be the world’s larg …
  • First Smart ECDIS – eGlobe G2 from ChartWorld December 19, 2014
    ChartWorld have announced the launch of their next generation of ECDIS software – eGlobe G2. Designed with the assistance of experienced nautical officers, focusing on the practical usage for modern seafaring, eGlobe G2 opens a new era of mariner fri …
  • Damen Shipyards Galati Wins Prestigious Award December 19, 2014
    Damen Shipyards Galati has been presented with the Dutch Romanian Business Award for its Corporate Social Responsibility plan, particularly the Group’s community investment initiatives. The Award was presented by Ben Jager of the Dutch Romanian Netwo …
  • MMLS Arrested Ferries Catch Eye of President December 19, 2014
    On Wednesday's visit to new office facilities for the Red Sea Port of Hurghada, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, addressing Minister of Transport, Hani Dahi, inquired as to the long-standing residency of two passenger ferries, Almottahed …
  • Lloyd’s Register Supports Chinese Recycling Facilities December 19, 2014
    Lloyd’s Register (LR) is working with facilities seeking to be at the forefront of sustainable ship recycling and continues to support Sea2Cradle who have been assisting the shipyards in complying with international, regional and local regulatory req …
  • DNV GL Recommends Safety Approach to Subsea Lifting December 19, 2014
    The completion of a joint industry project (JIP) to improve existing standards and regulations around subsea lifting operations has resulted in a new recommended practice (RP). The recommended practice developed by DNV GL provides guidance on the pro …
  • Lamprell Delivers 5th Rig to NDC December 19, 2014
    Lamprell, a leading provider of fabrication, engineering and contracting services to the onshore and offshore energy industry, announces the completion of construction on a further jackup drilling rig, the “Shuwehat”, and its delivery to Abu Dhabi’s …
  • Abigail Ross Named New BOEM Director December 19, 2014
    Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell named Abigail Ross Hopper as the Director of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), which manages the development of our nation’s conventional and renewable energy and marine mineral resources on the Oute …
  • Statoil Awards Contract to Schlumberger Oilfield UK December 19, 2014
    Statoil has on behalf of the Mariner co-venturers awarded the contract for integrated drilling and well services on the Mariner field on the UK continental shelf (UKCS) to Schlumberger Oilfield UK Plc. “This is a very significant agreement for the Ma …
  • Wärtsilä Receives Full NTP for First LNG Terminal December 19, 2014
    Wärtsilä has been given full notice to proceed (NTP) from Manga LNG Oy for the supply of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal in Tornio, Northern Finland. Wärtsilä will commence construction on the site near the port of Tornio in January 201 …
  • First Stan Patrol 3007 for Bahamas at Damen Shipyards December 19, 2014
    The first Damen Stan Patrol 3007 has arrived at Damen Shipyards Gorinchem in the Netherlands for outfitting. The vessel is one of nine that the Royal Bahamas Defence Force has ordered from Damen Shipyards. The order features four Stan Patrol 4207 ves …
  • Carnival Corp Announces Two New Ship Orders with Fincantieri December 19, 2014
    Carnival Corporation & plc, the world's largest travel and leisure company, announced new cruise ship orders for two of its brands with Fincantieri S.p.A., the world's largest cruise ship building company. The new cruise ships will be c …
  • Saudi Port Gets Three Remote Controlled Cranes December 19, 2014
    The Saudi Arabian port of King Abdul Aziz in Dammam is installing three new cranes at the Dammam Container Port terminal that are the most technologically advanced the country has seen. The cranes can be controlled remotely from a terminal office a k …

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