- Turkish Suezmax tanker detained, sued for $225 mil after contacting platform, USA
- Crew of Vessel Suspected in New Zealand COVID-19 Case Tests Positive
- Australia arrests Japanese car carrier over overdue crew change
- Ulstein: Outfitting starts for Lindblad’s 2nd X-Bow polar expedition ship
- IMO member states agree to unambitious green targets
- Hapag-Lloyd to upgrade its EMX service
- Golden Ray Salvage: VB10000 Set to Arrive in St. Simons Sound Next Week
- Copenhagen Port Participates in Carbon Capture and Storage Project
- Zim Launches Historic Service Linking Haifa and UAE Ports
- Rosco places entire fleet up for sale again
- New Zealand cracks down on livestock shipping
- Up to 30 nations threaten to walk away from IMO’s emissions meet-up
- HySHIP hydrogen project secures EU funding
- Nexans Aurora getting its cable lay equipment
- HRAS: Crew of Tanker Gulf Sky Caught in a Case of Political Intrigue
International Lenders Back $9.5 Billion Financing for Russia's Arctic LNG 2
International lenders have lined up about $9.5 billion in financial support for a Russian Arctic liquefied natural gas (LNG) project, a document seen by Reuters showed, even as such projects come under greater scrutiny over climate concerns.
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Crew of Vessel Suspected in New Zealand COVID-19 Case Tests PositiveHealth authorities in Queensland, Australia and New Zealand believe that they have isolated the source of the recent COVID-19 in New Zealand believed to be tied to the shipping industry.
Australia arrests Japanese car carrier over overdue crew changeJapanese-owned car import vessel Metis Leader has been arrested in Australia on the grounds of overdue crew changes.
Golden Ray Salvage: VB10000 Set to Arrive in St. Simons Sound Next WeekThe heavy lift vessel VB10000 will soon head to St. Simons Sound in Georgia where it will prepare for cutting and lifting operations in the salvage of the Golden Ray wreck.
Nexans Aurora getting its cable lay equipmentThe installation of the MAATS cable lay equipment onboard the cable-laying vessel (CLV) Nexans Aurora has commenced.
China voices concern as 29 Filipino seafarers test positive for coronavirusA total of 29 Filipino seafarers have tested positive for coronavirus after arriving in China to board their ships, according to a report carried in the Manila Bulletin, the Philippines’ largest English language broadsheet newspaper.
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