- Teekay Lays Keel For Second MEGI LNG Carrier
- German Maritime Associations Advocate Use of LNG As Fuel
- Oil Prices See Biggest Daily Gain Since 2009
- IMO’s Sekimizu Issues Fresh Condemnation of Mediterranean People Smugglers
- West Africa Combats Piracy
- ClassNK to Release Guidelines on Composite Propellers
- Three More Workboats for Jordan
- Iranian Fishing Vessel and Crew Escape Captivity Off Somali Coast
- Wärtsilä Awarded Repeat Order to Supply Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems For 3 Finnlines Vessels
- DNV GL awards class for two self-elevating construction and accommodation units
- Environmentally-Friendly Dutch Ports to Be Modeled in Turkey
- Cosco Pacific Increases Profit Despite Weaker Euro
- LR to Class Largest Heavy Lift Crane Vessel
- Fire Breaks Out on 13,500 Teu UASC Boxship
- ASL Marine secures shipbuilding contracts worth S$140 million
- Teekay lays keel for second MEGI LNG carrier
- German maritime associations advocate use of LNG as fuel
- Oil prices see biggest daily gain since 2009
- IMO’s Sekimizu issues condemnation of people smugglers
- West Africa combats piracy
- ClassNK to release guidelines on composite propellers
- Three more workboats for Jordan
- Iranian fishing vessel and crew escape captivity off Somali
- Wärtsilä to supply gas cleaning systems
- Environmentally-friendly Dutch ports to be modeled in Turkey
- Self-elevating construction and accommodation units
- Ameropa builds terminal in Constanta port
- India to focus on Coastal Shipping
- Russia launches arctic drill
- Rubbish crisis shuts down port of Beirut
- DSME terminates drillship contract
- Port Metro Vancouver in Growth Mode
- COSCOL scores rig transport deal with Shell Offshore
- Konecranes rings fraud alarm
- Aco Marine, Dragon Oil inks deal
- Xiamen investing in its port
- First US offshore wind workboat
- Tallink improves quarterly profit by 368 pct
- Scandlines sends hybrid duo on a diet
- Ship of the future: container feeder
- Vard secured shipbuilding contracts
- Höegh gallant dropped down
- Kalamar bags Colombia's SPRBun order
- Walk-through video: Olympic Delta
- VOS Paradise delivered to Vroon
Cosco Pacific Increases Profit Despite Weaker EuroHong Kong-based Cosco Pacific Limited, saw a 5% dip in revenue from its terminals business for the first six months of 2015, mainly attributed to the depreciation of the Euro which led to a decrease in revenue from Piraeus Terminal in Greece.
LR to Class Largest Heavy Lift Crane VesselInternational classification society Lloyd’s Register (LR) has won a contract to class the world’s largest heavy lift crane vessel (NSCV) for the Netherlands-based Heerema Group.
Fire Breaks Out on 13,500 Teu UASC BoxshipFirefighting crews were called in to intervene today at the Port of Hamburg after one of the containers on the 13,500 TEU MS Alula caught fire early this morning, according to the official web site of the city of Hamburg.
ASL Marine secures shipbuilding contracts worth S$140 millionThe Board of Directors of ASL Marine Holdings Ltd. wishes to announce that its wholly-owned subsidiary, ASL Shipyard Pte Ltd, has secured new shipbuilding contracts worth approximately S$140 million for the construction of a series of tugs and barges.
Navibulgar Services (NBS) Launches a New Ship Supply Company in TurkeyAs from July, 2015, a new ship supply company under the brand of NBS commenced business operations in Istanbul, Turkey.
Iran, Turkey Can Be Reliable Energy Partners: Envoyran and Turkey can be reliable partners in energy, said Alireza Bikdeli, the Iranian Ambassador to Turkey, according to a statement by the Iranian embassy in Ankara.
About 3,000 Rescued, 55 Dead in MediterraneanRescuers saved about 3,000 migrants but found more than 50 dead on boats near the coast of Libya on Wednesday, the Italian coast guard said.
Pipeline Fire Injures Two Off LouisianaTwo crew members from a dive support vessel were injured Wednesday after a natural gas pipeline they were working on caught fire in the Gulf of Mexico.
World Wide Supply to Lay Up Two PSVsNorwegian platform supply vessel owner World Wide Supply says that the weak spot market in the UK sector of the North Sea has forced it to lay-up two vessels.
Tropical Storm Erika Closes Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico PortsThe U.S. Coast Guard set Port Condition ZULU at midnight local time Wednesday for all the ports in the U.S. Virgin Islands and 2 am local time Thursday for the eastern and northern ports of Puerto Rico due to the passing of Tropical Storm Erika.
- IMO Signs Global Maritime Energy Efficiency Partnerships ProjectInternational Maritime Organization (IMO) the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have signed an agreement to allocate US$2.0 million to a two-year global maritime energy efficiency partnership project.
- MOL Issues “Annual Report 2015″ and “Safety, Environmental and Social Report 2015Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. announced the publications of its Annual Report 2015 and Safety, Environmental and Social Report 2015.
- Nippon Foundation’s Sasakawa to be awardedThe Council of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has decided to award the prestigious International Maritime Prize for 2014 to Yohei Sasakawa, Chairman of the Nippon Foundation.
- Lim Ki-tack Elected Next IMO Secretary-GeneralSouth Korea’s Lim Ki-tack has today been elected to be the next Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization at the IMO Headquarters in London.
- Election day at the International Maritime OrganizationIt is election day at the International Maritime Organization.
- Heads of maritime and migratin agreed to work together against unsaved migrationThe heads of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the International Organization for Migration have agreed to work together against unsafe mixed migration across the oceans and seas in recent times.
- IMO Signs Global Maritime Energy Efficiency Partnerships Project
- MOL Issues “Annual Report 2015″ and “Safety, Environmental and Social Report 2015
- Nippon Foundation’s Sasakawa to be awarded
- Lim Ki-tack Elected Next IMO Secretary-General
- Election day at the International Maritime Organization
- Heads of maritime and migratin agreed to work together against unsaved migration
8 Killed as Boat Sinks After Collision Near Fort KochiAt least eight people drowned when the vessel they were travelling in hit a fishing boat and capsized off the southern port city of Kochi on Wednesday afternoon.
Vafias Group Takes Delivery of Ten NewbuildsWe are very honored and proud to announce the deliveries of the following ten eco newbuilds over the past few months (9 gas ships plus one bulker):
OOCL Names Its Latest Trans-Pacific Bound BoxshipHong Kong-based container shipping company Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) has named its latest 8,888 TEU container ship at a christening ceremony held on Changxing Island in Shanghai, on Wednesday, August 26th.
Greenland Study Documents Ice LossThis summer, a refitted fishing boat is mapping the seafloor around Greenland as the first step in a six-year research program to document the loss of ice from the world's largest island.
First Electric Commercial Fishing Vessel LaunchedThe world’s first electric commercial fishing vessel is ready for commissioning in Norway.
Petrobras Fuel Tank Explodes, Two DeadA heating unit at a Petrobras depot in Brazil used to treat fuel for ocean-going ships exploded on Wednesday, killing two workers, the state-run oil company said in a statement.
US Plans More Maritime Drills in AsiaThe United States will increase the number of drills it conducts in the Asia-Pacific as part of its new strategy to counter to China’s expansion in the South China Sea, Reuters quoted the Philippine military as saying.
Ulstein Launched Island VentureOn Tuesday night, yard number 302, an offshore construction vessel for Island Offshore and Edison Chouest Offshore, was launched from the dock hall at Ulstein Verft shipyard in Norway.
Svitzer Orders Six Tugs at Turkey’s Sanmar ShipyardSvitzer has signed a newbuilding contract with Sanmar Shipyard in Turkey for the construction of six terminal tugs to fulfill new contracts in various markets, the company said yesterday.
Sanmar to Build Svitzer SextetMaersk Group’s salvage and towage subsidiary Svitzer has signed a newbuilding contract with Sanmar Shipyard in Turkey for the construction of six vessels, with delivery of the first one to be expected in Q4 2016.
Hyundai Heavy Workers Stop Work over Wage FreezeAround 3,500 workers at South Korea’s shipbuilding giant Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) staged a three-hour work stoppage at the company’s headquarters in Ulsan on August 26 to protest the announced wage freeze.
- 11:59 - Teekay Lays Keel For Second MEGI LNG Carrier
- 11:53 - German Maritime Associations Advocate Use of LNG As Fuel
- 11:44 - Oil Prices See Biggest Daily Gain Since 2009
- 11:03 - IMO’s Sekimizu Issues Fresh Condemnation of Mediterranean People Smugglers
- 10:53 - West Africa Combats Piracy
- 10:45 - ClassNK to Release Guidelines on Composite Propellers
- 10:12 - Three More Workboats for Jordan
- 09:37 - Iranian Fishing Vessel and Crew Escape Captivity Off Somali Coast
- 09:23 - Wärtsilä Awarded Repeat Order to Supply Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems For 3 Finnlines Vessels
- 15:40 - DNV GL awards class for two self-elevating construction and accommodation units
- 14:51 - Environmentally-Friendly Dutch Ports to Be Modeled in Turkey
- 12:50 - Cosco Pacific Increases Profit Despite Weaker Euro
- 11:57 - LR to Class Largest Heavy Lift Crane Vessel
- 11:46 - Fire Breaks Out on 13,500 Teu UASC Boxship
- 10:54 - ASL Marine secures shipbuilding contracts worth S$140 million