- NAT books 2 Suezmaxes at SHI
- Digital naming ceremony held for CMA CGM's 23,000 TEU behemoth
- Neptune makes first step in offshore execution of North Sea project
- Ostwind 2 cable pathways now UXO-free
- New-four stroke engine: Turning hydrogen sceptics into believers
- LNG dual-fuel engine a 'robust choice' for shipping's decarbonisation
- Massive Chinese Fishing Fleet Leaves Area Near the Galapagos Islands
- Qatar’s Hamad Port Container Terminal 2 to start operations in December
- Port of Felixstowe battling heavy congestion
- SOV for Hornsea Two OWF launched in Turkey
- Hengli Petrochemical Co. starts up PSA units at Dalian complex
- 2M Restores Transpacific Capacity
- Mexico Seizes Ship Linked to Fuel Theft
- Finnish Passenger Ferry Grounds and Evacuated in Baltic
- South African Development Agency Plans "Green" Ship Recycling Facility
Long Beach suffers in Trump’s China trade war
Throughput at the Port of Long Beach fell substantially last year as the impact of the trade dispute with China took its toll.
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Qatar’s Hamad Port Container Terminal 2 to start operations in DecemberQatar’s Hamad Port Container Terminal 2 (CT2) is set to start container handling operations in December.
Port of Felixstowe battling heavy congestionUK's Port of Felixstowe is facing huge congestion amid a sharp spike in import container volumes and late vessel arrivals.
South African Development Agency Plans "Green" Ship Recycling FacilitySouth African officials have been contemplating a domestic ship recycling facility since at least 2011, and the idea is making a comeback.
Developing Simulations to Analyze Decarbonization Design DecisionsAn important new tool has been developed to help ship owners explore the potential environmental impact of a ship while it is still in design stages.
Abu Dhabi Takes $615 Million Stake in U.S. LNG ExporterAbu Dhabi’s main sovereign wealth fund disclosed a 5.1% stake in Cheniere Energy Inc., the largest U.S. exporter of liquefied natural gas.
DP World Announces Agreements in Israel Under New Peace DealDP World and Dubai Customs signed a series of memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with an Israeli company called DoverTower, which has broad investments, including co-ownership of Israel Shipyards in Haifa and the Port of Eilat located on the Red Sea.
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- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy