- DNV GL: climate change will not wait for pandemic to pass
- DFDS Reports Post-COVID-19 Rebound in Freight and Passenger Demand
- Vietnamese ship runs aground off Philippines after officer on watch falls asleep
- Security Contractors Convicted Under New Nigerian Anti-Piracy Law
- Teekay LNG in “another record quarter”
- World of Ports Adds Firepower to Marine Assurance Armory
- Panama Ship Registry Addresses Wakashio Grounding in Mauritius
- Container Lines Resume Calls to Beirut as Terminal Restarts Operation
- NYK and China Merchants Launch Initiatives to Commercialize Ammonia
- U.S. Says Iran Forces Boarded Ship in International Waters
- Euroseas sells three container vessels for scrap
- Petronet LNG delayed delivery of 9 cargoes during lockdown
- Hurtigruten's COVID-19 Fallout Continues
- Preparing for IMO’s new engine emissions rules
- Germany-US tensions rise over Nord Stream 2 project
Nautilus: Seafarers Fear Being Scapegoated for Sulphur Cap Infringement
Seafarers are increasingly alarmed by the prospect of being criminalized for problems through no fault of their own, linked to the enforcement of the 0.5% cap on the sulphur content of fuel, Maritime professionals’ union Nautilus International warns.
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DFDS Reports Post-COVID-19 Rebound in Freight and Passenger DemandWhile second quarter results were down sharply reflecting the economic impact of the pandemic, European freight and passenger operator DFDS provided a cautiously optimistic outlook.
Vietnamese ship runs aground off Philippines after officer on watch falls asleepA Vietnam-flagged cargo vessel ran aground in the waters between Nagubat Island and Liwagao Island in Antique, the Philippines, on 13 August 2020, the Philippine Coast Guard said.
Security Contractors Convicted Under New Nigerian Anti-Piracy LawPort Harcourt court justice Ishaq Sani summarily convicted the men on the first two counts on Monday and sentenced them to a fine of $50,000 each. They will spend no additional time in jail
Panama Ship Registry Addresses Wakashio Grounding in MauritiusThe Panama Ship Registry said it “deeply regrets” the grounding of the Japanese-owned and Panamanian-registered MV Wakashio in Mauritius and subsequent oil spill.
Hurtigruten's COVID-19 Fallout ContinuesNorwegian government officials and the media are expressing a sense of both betrayal and disappointment at how the situation was handled.
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