What are the most important title loan requirements and how to get one fast?

What are the most important title loan requirements and how to get one fast?

If you’re in dire need of a quick infusion of cash, however, you’rerating situation isn’t ideal then title loans could be the answer. This type of short-term loan requires the vehicle as collateral. It comes with a very higher interest (usually 300% per year percentage rate, also known as APR).In …

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Live updates: Russia’s war in Ukraine

Russian forces in the occupied Kherson region of southern Ukraine are finding it increasingly difficult to keep the flow of ammunition, armor and fuel to front-line units thanks to a concerted Ukrainian campaign to block off the river and rail supply lines and target ammunition depots, according to Ukrainian officials …

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Ukraine: First humanitarian grain ship leaves port for Africa | News | DW

A UN-chartered grain ship left Ukraine on Tuesday, with the food eventually bound for Ethiopia. The Lebanese-flagged cargo ship Brave Commander departed Ukraine for the port of Djibouti, carrying around 23,000 tons of wheat on board, Ukraine’s infrastructure ministry said. The collapse in grain exports from Ukraine since the start …

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Merger of freight platform to create Australia’s largest freight market

A merger between heavy haul platforms Freightlancer and Loadshift is expected to create Australia’s largest freight market and offer new capabilities for shippers and carriers. Founded in 2007, Loadshift is designed to connect Australian hauliers with shippers to manage the number of lorries on the move with empty trailers. Freightlancer …

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Subsea 7 awards major SURF buoyancy contract to Matrix

Matrix Composites & Engineering has received an order from Subsea 7 for underwater umbilicals, risers and flowlines (SURF) distributed buoyancy modules to be used on a “major” deep sea project in South America. According to Matrix, the subsea production buoyancy system order is valued at approximately A$16 million (approx. Under …

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Cruise returns to Newcastle Port

Published August 14, 2022 20:52 by The Maritime Executive [By: Port of Newcastle] The Port of Newcastle has welcomed the first cruise ship in more than two years with the arrival of the Coral Princess on her maiden voyage to Newcastle. The 294-metre vessel is the first …

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Opinion: The state budget has stashed $279.5 million to build a new ballpark for Oakland A’s

An Oakland A fan before a game. Photo by Anne Wernikoff for CalMatters When the 2021-22 state budget was finalized in June last year, $279.5 million in funds were implicitly committed the massive spending plan before it was sent to Governor Gavin Newsom. “Funds provided in this item are intended …

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Passenger Ship ATAL: Cochin Shipyard Ltd launches Passenger Ship ATAL for Andaman Administration

The second in a series of two 1,200-pax passenger vessels called “ATAL” under construction in Limited (CSL) for the Andaman & Nicobar Administration has been launched at the company’s Kochi shipyard. The ship, named “ATAL”, is designed as a modern, high-quality, electric-powered passenger ship capable of carrying 1,200 passengers and …

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US offshore oil production to resume after pipeline repairs

NEW YORK, Aug. 12 (Reuters) – A damaged oil pipeline component that halted production at several offshore platforms in the Gulf of Mexico was repaired late Friday, a Louisiana official said, and producers were moving to make up some of the halted ones to reactivate production. An estimated two barrels …

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Low water on the Rhine is a new threat to Germany’s economy

Water in the river has dropped to “exceptionally low” levels in some areas, disrupting shipping on the country’s main inland waterway, German officials told CNN on Friday. A lack of rainfall in recent months means that cargo ships are now carrying lighter loads, soaring transport costs and exacerbating economic and …

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Live updates: Russia’s war in Ukraine

The Zaporizhia nuclear power plant is seen August 4 outside the Russian-controlled city of Enerhodar in Ukraine’s Zaporizhia region. (Alexander Ermochenko/Reuters/FILE) The “alarming” situation at a Russian-held nuclear power plant in southeastern Ukraine has reached a “difficult hour,” the United Nations nuclear regulator said on Thursday, calling for an immediate …

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Australia’s Senex Energy is investing A$1bn to boost natural gas production

Australian gas producer Senex Energy has announced plans to invest over A$1 billion ($708 million) to boost production from gas fields in Queensland. The proposed investment will be used to expand the Atlas and Roma North natural gas developments in Queensland’s Surat Basin. Senex, controlled by South Korean trading companies …

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Oil bounces back as supply eases but market is not too bullish, analyst says

OPEC’s tiny production increase is now considered cautious: File Image/Pixabay Inflation rose at a slower-than-expected pace, effectively assuaging crude traders’ earlier fears that demand would be ruined, and the commodity settled at its highest level in a week on Wednesday. Crude oil was also boosted by the US Energy Information …

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Amidst ECOWAS competition and economic losses, FG tackles congestion

Industry players have reacted since the federal government, through Transportation Minister Mu’azu Sambo, announced the approval of $2.5 billion for the Badagry deepwater port project following Wednesday’s federal executive board meeting. In this piece ANOZIE EGOLE considers the economic benefit of the project With two major functional seaports in Lagos, …

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Lumber Cargo Litters Shore after falling from cargo ship

Shoreline in south-eastern Russia littered with a load of timber that fell from a cargo ship Published 09.08.2022 19:05 by The Maritime Executive Images surfaced on social media showing the shoreline of a remote Russian village littered with loads of timber. An investigation by Russian authorities reports that a cargo …

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Europe is pushing for offshore wind grids and testing regulators

European countries are rolling out plans for offshore wind interconnectors, but new regulatory mechanisms and multi-party coordination are crucial to contain risks. AUGUST 8 – Earlier this summer, four European countries agreed to develop coordinated offshore transmission links, showing how rising renewable energy targets are accelerating plans for an offshore …

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US MSC sends first ship to India for repairs

USNS Charles Drew was the first US Navy ship to go to an Indian shipyard for repairs (Photo by Indian Ministry of Defense) Published August 8, 2022 17:26 by The Maritime Executive In a unique move to strengthen the US position vis-à-vis India, the US Navy’s Military Sealift Command sent …

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Ukraine reopens third Black Sea port as first cargo reaches port

Fulmar S was the first merchant vessel to arrive in Ukraine since February (Ministry of Infrastructure) Published August 8, 2022 13:51 by The Maritime Executive Ukraine today announced its third Black Sea seaport for the transport of grain and agricultural crops under the United Nations Humanitarian Corridor. The first departure …

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The global shipping container market is projected to reach $18.24 billion by 2027

DUBLIN, August 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “Shipping Containers Market Research Report by Type (Car Carrier, Cargo Storage Roll Container, and Dry Storage Container), Size, Transport Mode, End-Use, Region (Americas, Asia Pacificand Europe, middle East & Africa) – Global Forecast to 2027 – Cumulative Impact of COVID-19” Report has been …

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Karpowership appeal fails due to South African power supply

By Antony Sguazzin Aug. 7, 2022 (Bloomberg) — Karpowership, the Turkish company that plans to deliver more than 1,200 megawatts of electricity to South Africa, said its appeal to have an environmental judgment against its plans overturned fell short of the country’s attempts to untie a power , hit another …

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Kosovo accuses “illegal Serb groups” of attacking border guards; Russian journalist arrested

The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) expressed serious concern over the shelling of Ukraine’s huge Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, saying it increased the risk of a “nuclear catastrophe”. CEO Rafael Grossi’s comments on August 6 came as Kyiv and Moscow traded guilt for shelling the Zaporizhzhya site, …

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Police blow up $280 million cocaine cargo ship

Authorities are looking for a criminal syndicate after seizing 700 kilograms of cocaine worth $280 million from a cargo ship in Sydney’s Port Botany. Police are asking the public for help in taking down a criminal syndicate behind the cargo ship importation of 700 kilograms of cocaine with an estimated …

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Taiwan: How much disruption are Chinese military exercises causing on one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes? | world news

Ships navigating one of the world’s busiest shipping regions have been forced to avoid areas totaling nearly 10,000 square miles as China conducts military exercises around Taiwan. Taiwanese authorities have urged ships to avoid six zones hosting Chinese military exercises, some of which are in or near the normally crowded …

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Ampelmann Gangway supports Volstad Maritime in French offshore wind project

Dutch offshore access provider Ampelmann will supply a motion-compensated E5000 gangway to Norwegian company Volstad Maritime to support the cabling and commissioning of the Saint-Brieuc wind farm off the French coast. Launched in 2019, the E5000 is a fully motion-compensated system capable of transporting personnel and cargo of up to …

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New Zealand could be left behind as global shipping disruptions could mean companies prioritize who to ship to – expert

Supply chain researcher Dr. Massey University’s Carel Bezuidenhout conducted a survey of over 100 supply chain professionals across the country on the top risks they face over the next six months to a year. dr Bezuidenhout told AM’s Melissa Chan-Green that the approaching northern hemisphere winter, December to February, could …

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Chinese Navy exercises force cargo ships to avoid Taiwan

By Kevin Varley (Bloomberg) Shippers diverted ships as China began its most provocative military exercises in decades around Taiwan, with at least one owner preventing ships from passing through the straits. Taiwan said China fired 11 missiles in waters around the island as of 4 p.m. local time on Thursday. …

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Transport Canada missed an opportunity to regulate acidic wastewater from cruise ships

Transport Canada earlier this year planned to tackle the cruise ship industry’s biggest source of pollution, but that type of wastewater was missing when the department issued new regulations. In an internal memo received from Canada’s National Observer Through a request for information, the department said it will develop rules …

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North Sea gas pipeline system enters fourth decade of operation

offshore staff ABERDEEN, UK — Ancala Midstream announced December 30th Anniversary of the commissioning of the gas export system SAGE in the North Sea. Gas first entered the UK National Grid on 2 August 1992 from the SAGE terminal at St Fergus, north of Aberdeen. The UK currently imports over …

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Global Autonomous Marine Vehicles Market Report 2022:

DUBLIN, Aug. 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Autonomous Marine Vehicles Global Market Report 2022 has been added ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer. The global autonomous marine vehicle market is forecast to grow from US$1,994.26 million in 2021 to US$2,298.08 million in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.2%. The market …

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‘Ship tracks’ in clouds also help explain how particulate matter interacts with clouds and affects global temperatures – ScienceDaily

A new study in scientific advances led by UMBC’s Tianle Yuan, used satellite data from 2003 to 2020 to determine the impact of fuel regulations on pollution from cargo ships. The research team’s data showed significant changes in sulfur pollution after the regulations went into effect in 2015 and 2020. …

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TotalEnergies Marine Fuels strengthens its team with the appointment of a new Global Sales and Business Development Director

Denis Bonhomme has joined TotalEnergies Marine Fuels as Global Sales and Business Development Director, overseeing all commercial and operational activities for the company’s growing portfolio of marine fuel solutions. Bonhomme joins TotalEnergies Marine Fuels after spending the last 3 years in Beijing as Vice President, LNG, for TotalEnergies China. Previously, …

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Pay TV subscriptions are increasing due to inflation

Multichoice has informed customers that they will be paying more for all of its bouquets and premium package on DSTV next month. In a statement, the company linked the proposed fee increase to worsening economic conditions and a spike in inflation rates in the country. “Please note that due to …

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From electric ferries to wind-powered boats, how shipping can decarbonize

A Ferry billed as the world’s fastest electric passenger ship is being tested in Sweden. Could this be an indicator of the future of the industry as shipping as a whole looks to reduce carbon emissions? The fastest electric shipIn 2023, a new electric ferry called the Candela P-12 will …

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British companies are turning their backs on China, industry group says

British companies are cutting ties with China amid concerns over political tensions, a postponement likely to stoke inflationary pressures, the head of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) said in an interview published on Saturday. “Every company I speak to right now is busy rethinking their supply chains…because they assume …

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China’s dim sum bond sales surge on demand from domestic investors

Sales of international renminbi bonds have skyrocketed this year as the country’s fixed income investors, who lack decent yields domestically, take advantage of new market access to buy high-yield Chinese currency bonds offshore. The volume of dim sum bond offerings — renminbi-denominated debt securities sold in Hong Kong — rose …

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Diving robot explores shipwrecks on the seabed

Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news about fascinating discoveries, scientific advances and more. CNN — A robot being developed at Stanford University in California is diving to shipwrecks and sunken planes in ways humans can’t. Known as OceanOneK, the robot makes its operators …

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Lebanese judge orders seizure of cargo ship carrying ‘flour stolen from Ukraine’

DUBAI – In January, the drought that has ravaged Iraq for the past three years caused the water level at the Mosul High Dam in the north of the country to drop to its lowest level since its construction in 1986. But as the water receded, something unexpected emerged beneath …

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What causes so many port strikes? It can be the profits

Shipping companies and some terminal operators have reaped a number of extraordinary revenues, and dockers want a share. File image courtesy of Port of Felixstowe Published 07/29/2022 21:29 by Brian Gicheru Kinyua In addition to traffic jams, strikes in major ports in Europe, Asia and North America have become another …

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Gulftainer on course for growth

Gulftainer, a privately held, independent port management and logistics company, has announced significant growth in its global operations, particularly at its terminals in Khorfakkan, United Arab Emirates and Wilmington, USA. Through the successful exploitation of its numerous ports in the Middle East, the award-winning company has increased its bulk cargo …

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Day in pictures: July 28, 2022

Find today’s news in pictures from India and around the world for July 28, 2022 Updated: July 28, 2022 2:06 p.m 119 Nirmala Sitharaman meets Droupadi Murmu | Photo: PTI Union Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs Nirmala Sitharaman visits President Droupadi Murmu at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi. 219 …

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SIFAX, APMT, Oneport365 and others get the OMIS award

The Maritime and Offshore Award is designed to honor organizations and individuals that have excelled in the maritime sector. This was included in a statement from OMIS Chief Executive Officer Femi Da-silva. Among the honored companies are Samsung Heavy Industries, SIFAX Group, Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas Ship Management Limited, Integrated …

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News from Ukraine: Kyiv ready for major offensive against Russian forces

The port of Odessa in southern Ukraine last month.Recognition…Laetitia Vancon for the New York Times Ukraine is moving ahead with its plan to resume grain exports across the Black Sea despite a Russian missile attack on the port of Odessa that cast doubt on the viability of an international deal …

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DVIDS – News – Qualification attempts aboard USNS Medgar Evers

ATLANTIC OCEAN (July 17, 2022) – The Civil Service Mariners (CIVMAR), manning the Military Sealift Command dry-cargo ammunition ship USNS Medgar Ever (T-AKE 13), put the ship to sea in the Atlantic to conduct Shipboard Qualification Trials ( SQT ), 14.-17. July. SQTs are a comprehensive set of qualifications, certifications …

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Bulkhaul, Den Hartogh Logistics – This is Ardee

titled new research study by JCMR Global tank container shipping Market Research Report 2022 provides an in-depth assessment of Tank Container Shipping, including key market trends, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies and strategies. The research study provides forecasts for investments in tank container shipping up to 2030. The …

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When will supply chains return to normal? – Retail Wire

July 25, 2022 While congestion in West Coast ports has eased, disruption to the global supply chain could last for years due to economic conditions, rising inflation and global tensions, a opinion poll by US supply chain executives from Carl Marks Advisors. Conducted in May and June, the survey found …

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Oil remains stable as market juggles Fed hike with supply fears

Oil pump jacks are seen at the Vaca Muerta shale oil and gas reservoir in Patagonia’s Neuquen province, Argentina, January 21, 2019. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian/File Photo Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com to register US Federal Reserve holds monetary policy meeting on April 26-27 July off Libya to …

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Missing seaman found after falling overboard Chinese cargo ship at anchor off Western Australia

Extraordinary breakthrough as a missing man in his 30’s is found ALIVE after falling off the side of a cargo ship and spending the night in the Indian Ocean The man disappeared from a Chinese bulk carrier anchored off Western Australia Police were alerted that the man had gone overboard …

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‘We can’t be an oil supplier’: Biden’s adviser says oil reserve release must end

One of Biden’s top energy advisers confirmed Friday that the government will not extend oil releases from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, which are due to end this fall. The Strategic Petroleum Release “was really a stopgap measure,” says Amos Hochstein, Biden’s presidential special coordinator for international energy affairs. “We cannot …

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Odessa port hit by Russian missiles the day after the grain deal, Ukraine says

Comment on this story comment Russian missiles struck the Black Sea port of Odessa on Saturday, Ukrainian officials said, jeopardizing an agreement reached by Moscow and Kyiv a day earlier to enable the shipment of millions of tons of trapped grain and alleviate a global food crisis. The military command …

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Alarm in Ireland over natural gas deliveries next winter

Natural gas supplies 30% of Ireland’s total energy needs and accounts for a large proportion of the country’s imports. Aside from the Corrib field, which has been the subject of so many objections, an increasing proportion of our gas has to be imported from or through the UK. The Corrib …

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Russia is competing with Iran and Venezuela to sell discount oil

Russian oil lands aboard ships that have been transporting sanctioned Iranian barrels, often through ‘dark’ STS transfer (file image) Published 07/22/2022 18:56 by The Maritime Executive As sanctions and international isolation begin to take hold for Russia’s oil industry, it has begun cutting prices to attract new buyers in far-flung …

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Soybeans being loaded onto a ship at Port Colborne last month; Seaway reports latest figures

Although all grain shipments through the 3,700-kilometer Great Lakes-St. The Lawrence Seaway system was down 16.07 percent in late June as demand for Ontario-grown grain was strong, the Chamber of Marine Commerce said. In a press release, the Chamber said some of the grain shipped by sea included a large …

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Subsea 7 plants first cables for Hywind Tampen floating offshore wind farm

Subsea 7 has laid the first subsea cables for the 94.6 MW Hywind Tampen floating wind farm off the coast of Norway. Source: Subsea 7 JDR Cable System is responsible for supplying the electrical cables for the project from its factory in Hartlepool, UK, whilst Subsea 7 is responsible for …

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Low water threatens to sink industries on the Rhine again | business | Economic and financial news from a German perspective | DW

As Europe burns in a heat wave, water levels in its rivers are falling to critically low levels. The Rhine in Germany is no exception: The current water level of Europe’s most important waterway is described by Christian Hellbach from the Waterways and Shipping Authority in Cologne as “unusually low …

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The trucker protest shuts down operations in the California port

Truckers protesting a state labor law have effectively halted cargo operations at the Port of Oakland, it was announced Wednesday. Operations at the shipping terminals are set to resume, a port statement said. The protest, which began on Monday, has involved hundreds of independent big-rig truckers who have blocked the …

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HiLo starts the first informal safety forum for bulker operators

Published 07/20/2022 13:35 by The Maritime Executive [By: HiLo Maritime Risk Management ] HiLo created the first Informal Bulker Operators’ Safety Forum (IBOSF) as part of its ongoing mission to make the maritime industry safer. This forum will allow bulker operators to exchange ideas on how to prevent future incidents …

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Biden prepares executive action on climate after Manchin sinks legislative approach

President Joe Biden said last week that he would take “strong executive action” on climate, but gave no details on what action he would take. Officials have repeatedly declined to give a timeline for when announcements can be expected, but have indicated there is an urgency to get something done …

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The Rhine dries up amid a heat wave, exacerbating Europe’s energy problems

The Rhine is drying up amid record-breaking summer heat waves. Flowing through Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands, the river is vital for freight transport. Water levels at the Rhine’s bottleneck are at their lowest in at least 15 years, Bloomberg reported. Loading Something is loading. The Rhine, one of Europe’s …

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Global Ship Lease: A 9.5% yield at a discount of over 50% to NAV (NYSE:GSL)

David Taljat Shipping is undergoing significant change. Up until a few years ago, the industry was considered a highly speculative, highly cyclical space run by fools who casually dilute shareholders while enjoying soaring management fees. The PTSD that emerged after a nightmarish decade is difficult for many to avoid. However, …

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Offshore wind energy in the UK costs four times less than gas-fired heat generation

We received an email from Bill McKibben this week updating us on the latest UK renewable energy auction. When the smoke clears and all final bids are tallied, more than 7 gigawatts of new offshore wind energy will be added to the national grid at £44 per MWh over the …

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How Much is India’s Adani a Gateway to the West Worth?

A group consisting of India’s Adani Group and Israel’s Gadot Group won the bid to privatize the port of Haifa in a deal worth NIS 4.1 billion (about US$1.18 billion). This is a particularly large amount, over $250 million higher than the estimated bid proceeds and approximately $420 million higher …

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The SpaceX cargo ship docks with the International Space Station

A SpaceX Dragon cargo ship caught up with the International Space Station and flew itself to a scenic docking Saturday to complete a two-day rendezvous to deliver nearly 3 tons of supplies, scientific equipment, and equipment to the orbital laboratory. Approaching from behind, the Dragon passed 1,300 feet under the …

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Prospect of better LNG technology

By Chen Wen-ching 陳文卿 As a long-time pro-environment advocate, I voted no on the four referendum questions at the end of last year without hesitation. Resuming construction of the fourth nuclear power plant in New Taipei City’s Gongliao (貢寮) district, banning imports of US pork containing traces of ractopamine, and …

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Offshore wells not only produce oil, but also fish – and lots of it

“President Biden continues to limit American energy production” while “begging foreign countries like Russia and Saudi Arabia to produce oil for us,” said House Republican Steve Scalise. He’s right: More than 70% of oil production on federally managed sites comes from offshore wells, but 94% of offshore lands remain closed …

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SpaceX cargo ship en route to ISS after months of launch delay

SpaceX cargo ship en route to ISS after months of launch delay | Aviation Week Network https://aviationweek.com/themes/custom/particle/dist/app-drupal/assets/awn-logo.svg Skip to main content Photo credit: SpaceX CAPE CANAVERAL — A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Kennedy Space Center in the light of the setting sun on July 14, marking the …

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UPS Healthcare revolutionizes prioritized shipping with enhancements to UPS Premier

UPS Healthcare today announced a market expansion and the next generation of the UPS® Premier product line. The UPS® Premier Service portfolio offers three tiers of flexibility to meet the unique needs of healthcare customers. UPS Premier monitors packages at all times and creates transparency and prioritization for every shipment. …

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Biofouling in the focus of a multi-million dollar maritime research project

A NEW scientific research center will study marine biofilms found on ships to mitigate the harmful effects of biofouling. The $12.5 million project is led by Flinders University. It builds on a $5 million industrial transformation initiative launched by the Australian government and is expected to attract nearly $7.65 million …

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Maersk Supply Service installs turbines at 1.2 GW US offshore wind farm

Maersk Supply Service has signed a Preferred Supplier Agreement (PSA) with the Equinor and BP joint venture to install the wind turbines at the Beacon Wind offshore wind farm in the United States. Located 60 miles east of Montauk Point and 20 miles south of Nantucket, the Beacon Wind offshore …

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KR convenes the 17th KR European Committee Meeting

Korean Register (KR) held its 17th KR European Committee (KREC) meeting on July 4 in London, UK. The annual meeting was first established in 2004 when Hyungchul LEE, current Chairman and CEO of KR, served as General Manager of KR’s London office. Every year, senior KR officials meet with the …

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EGA and “K” Line Group partner to decarbonize bulk shipping

United Arab Emirates: Emirates Global Aluminum, the largest industrial company in the UAE outside of oil and gas, and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” Line Group), one of the world’s largest shipping groups, today signed an agreement to collaborate on research and pilot projects to decarbonize bulk shipping. The collaboration …

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UK offshore industry investment could create 26,000 new green energy jobs by 2030

07/12/2022 Three exciting new low-carbon technologies are set to create 26,000 new jobs in the UK energy sector by 2030, according to a study by Robert Gordon University (RGU). Many of these are in coastal communities stretching across the UK from East Anglia, North East England, North …

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Hunter Biden and the sale of US emergency oil reserves to China

Comment on this story comment “Pres Biden reportedly sold oil fr[om] American reserves to China’s Sinopec that Hunter Biden may still b[e] connected through its financial ventures in China. If the report is correct, that is UNUSUAL.” – Senator Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa), in a tweet8th of July Search “Sinopec …

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Supply chain issues affect Nuyina’s shipping schedule to Antarctica

MATERIAL shortages and supply chain problems have delayed the delivery of replacement parts for the RSV icebreaker Nuyina. The ship is unlikely to enter service for the upcoming Antarctic season. The Australian research vessel arrived in Singapore for scheduled maintenance in April this year and was due to return to …

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OPINION: The road to carbon neutrality

The pressure on companies to be more sustainable is increasing, but how easy is it to achieve this? In this article, Barbara Schielke, Chief HR & CSR Officer at Asendia, explains how the company has achieved 100% carbon neutrality. Sustainability is not a corporate priority everywhere in the world. Green …

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Why Senegal and Mauritania are at the forefront of bridging the gas supply gap created by Russia

When German Chancellor Olaf Scholz arrived in Senegal on May 22, he made it clear that his country views energy – and gas in particular – as an important part of the future relationship between Europe and Africa. After meeting Senegalese President Macky Sall, Scholz announced that his government was …

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Gotabaya Rajapaksa aboard ship in viral video amid reports he has fled? Watch | world news

Sri Lanka experienced another day of political turmoil on Saturday as the country’s President and Prime Minister were forced to resign. In the afternoon, shortly after an unprecedented number of protesters stormed Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s palace, reports emerged that he had fled. Hours later, a video reportedly showing the Sri Lankan …

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Exchange of experiences from Taiwan and the USA

Yesterday, the Department of Commerce (MOEA) Industrial Development Bureau (IDB) and the Wall Street Green Summit jointly organized the webinar, AI for smarter and greener transport and systems: Sharing experiences from Taiwan and the United States, to discuss the trending topic of applying AI technologies to solve the environmental problems …

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Norway fends off planned strike at gas fields

offshore staff Oslo, Norway — The Norwegian government has stepped in to break up strike action led by the Lederne union. Without the intervention, adviser Rystad Energy said widespread disruption of various gas field/pipeline operations could have caused Norway’s gas exports to plummet by 56%. The industrial action could have …

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Waiting for Lady Day: The Supply Chain Saga of a Billie Holiday Book

Nichelle Gainer planned to release her published collection of Billie Holiday photographs and tributes to the music legend’s birthday on April 7th. But the first pre-orders of the book would not arrive until more than two months later. Instead of promoting the book on the scheduled release date, Gainer tweeted …

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Cargo ship briefly detained in Halifax due to complaints from Ukrainian crew

The federal government has become embroiled in a row aboard a ship anchored in the port of Halifax after Ukrainian crew members complained that the company was preventing them from returning home. The crew have been on board since November, initially on a six-month contract that has been extended. They …

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Grab 3 Transport Stocks For 2H22: What’s Next? – July 6, 2022

The broadly diversified Zacks Transportation sector lost 18.2% of its value in the first half of 2022. Image source: Zacks Investment Research The rise in the price of oil (a massive 48% increase in the first half of 2022), which represents a significant cost for any transport player, weighed on …

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US startup proposes “lightweight” WTIV variant for Jones Act Market

Turbine installation ship “WTIV-Light” by Bleutec (NETSCo / Bleutec) Published July 5, 2022 21:28 by The Maritime Executive Bleutec Industries, an American startup based in Texas, is launching a new effort to create a new form of Jones Act-compliant wind turbines. Only one US-built wind turbine installation vessel …

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DVIDS – News – NAVSUP WSS experts help ship refurbishment for foreign military sale to Bahrain

CHARLESTON, SC – Two supply experts from the Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) are assisting the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) and other partner agencies in refurbishing a ship for a Sale to Bahrain. “We were asked for support because we are the logistics experts. We …

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Repairs to stranded cargo ships postponed to tomorrow

That wraps up Need to Know this Tuesday, July 7th. Here are some of today’s key events: The Reserve Bank raises cash rates 0.5 percent to 1.35 percent: The Reserve Bank on Tuesday raised the official interest rate for a third straight month by a double 0.5 percentage point increase …

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S&B MARKET SURVEY: Global bunker demand in Q1 2022 loses 2.6% YoY

• 2.6% average decrease compared to Q1 2021 • 3.6% decrease compared to Q4 2021 • Singapore sales at 6-year low • Read the full report here: shipandbunker.com/bi/bunker-volumes Demand at the major marine fuel hubs declined in the first year on both an annual and quarterly basis three months 2022, …

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Bell Textron Inc, Airbus, United Technologies Corporation, Leonardo – women designers

That Offshore Helicopter Market research provides comprehensive research on the current market stage, covers the market size in terms of valuation as sales volume and provides an accurate forecast of the market scenario over the estimated period. Also focuses on product, application, manufacturers, suppliers and regional market segments. The Offshore …

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THE STRATEGIC COLLABORATION BETWEEN RIAU CAPITAL GROUP AND JASPER INVESTMENTS LIMITED BEGINS WITH THE FIRST VESSEL FOR DEPLOYMENT ON A PROJECT IN QATAR

IMPROVED STRATEGIC INVESTMENTS THROUGH RIAU CAPITAL INVESTMENTS PTE. GMBH. IS A SHOW OF YOUR COMMITMENT TO COLLABORATION Riau capital city group secured it is First platform deliver Ship to the mission in Qatar in cooperation with a ship charter and offshore services group operating in Qatar. Jasper Investments Limited is …

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Turkey detains Russian cargo ship amid Ukraine’s stolen grain claims

Turkish customs officials have detained a Russian cargo ship transporting grain that Ukraine claims was stolen. Reuters reported Sunday that Ukraine has asked Turkey to detain the ship being called Zhibek Zholy. “We have full cooperation. The ship is currently at the port entrance, it was detained by the customs …

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The dockers’ contract is about to expire at a key link in the US supply chain

Jimmy Monti, a longshoreman at the sprawling Los Angeles-Long Beach port complex, has experienced economic ups and downs in his 24 years on the job. But the dockworker in the third generation had never experienced anything like the past two years. The onset of the pandemic in 2020 brought activity …

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Weed lines are the key to an abundant supply of mahi-mahi | fishing

Grab your offshore fishing gear, hop in a seaworthy offshore boat and head offshore until you see dark blue waters and Sargasso weed lines and Sargasso weed patches. Tons of dolphinfish hunker down below these weed lines and attack lures resembling small flying fish, ballyhoo and the baitfish hiding among …

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Russian missile strikes near Odessa, Ukraine kills 21

Rockets hit apartments, resort town on the south coast Zelenskiy from Ukraine says sites were deliberately attacked by Russia Moscow denies attacks on civilians SERHIIVKA, Ukraine, July 1 (Reuters) – Russia on Friday leveled part of an apartment building in rocket attacks near the Ukrainian port of Odessa while residents …

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Extraordinary effort to bring history home

PHOTO COURTESY OF DAN FRIEND The WWII era tugboat, ST 479 Tiger, boarded the Snoekgracht, a Sevenstar cargo ship en route to Jacksonville. Readers can follow the voyage up to the estimated arrival date on July 11 by visiting vesselfinder.com/?imo=9202546. A Seemingly Impossible Task: Bring home a WWII tugboat that …

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FreightWaves Classics: Drayage is logistics on the first mile (Part 1)

While the drayage function has existed for thousands of years, its importance has increased significantly over the past 70 years following the introduction of the shipping container by Malcom McLean and his Sea-Land Corporation. definition According to Merriam-Webster, the definition of drayage is “the labor or cost of transporting the …

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Siemens Gamesa receives order for Scottish offshore wind power project with 882 MW

Siemens Gamesa has received a firm order to supply 60 units of its SG 14-222 DD offshore wind turbine for the Moray West offshore wind project. The wind turbines will each have an output of 14.7 MW and will use the PowerBoost function. A service contract is included in the …

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Shell Prelude LNG loading suspended for at least 2 weeks, worsening global supply

The logo of Royal Dutch Shell is pictured during a launch event for a hydrogen electrolysis plant at Shell’s Rheinland refinery in Wesseling near Cologne, Germany, July 2, 2021. REUTERS/Thilo Schmuelgen// Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com to register Extensive industrial action delays LNG shipments The last …

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Jeff Bezos plans to land missiles on a ship named after his mother

sorry mom! Bezos, son of Jacklyn Blue Origin CEO Jeff Bezos has canceled plans to convert a used ocean freighter – which he had already renamed after his mother Jacklyn Bezos – into an at-sea missile recovery station. CNN business reports. Bezos, who originally purchased the 600-foot cargo ship in …

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The ferry service to the Aran Islands will be sold to a competing operator when the owner disembarks

News about ferries and car ferries The Irish Sea ferry industry is like any other sector of the shipping industry in that it is made up of a multitude of ship operators, owners, managers and charterers, all of whom help to provide a network of routes operated by a multitude …

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Rhode Island sets fastest state goal of 100% renewable energy by 2033

In June, the Rhode Island House and Senate passed legislation, expected to be signed into law by Gov. Daniel McKee (D-RI), mandating that all of the state’s electricity must be offset by renewable energy by 2033 — the fastest timeline of all States in the US. How Rhode Island will …

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Cargo ship: Minister of Shipping aims for zero waiting times in major ports

Waiting times in India’s major ports are expected to be drastically reduced if Shipping Minister Sarbananda Sonowal’s ambitious targets are met. “There should be no waiting times for incoming and outgoing cargo. That means there should be no waiting for ships and trucks,” Sonowal said at a Shipping Ministry chintan …

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Minister of Transport wants to tackle container deposits and high dwell times for freight

Minister of State for Transport Senator Gbemisola Saraki said on Wednesday she would put in place procedures to ensure shipping companies promptly refund container deposits paid by importers and agents. During an interactive meeting with maritime stakeholders, including terminal operators, shipping companies, freight forwarders and others, in Lagos, Saraki frowned …

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Offshore Wind Power Market Share by Application 2022-2028 – Siemens, Gamesa, Hitachi, Senvion, Goldwind, Envision, Shanghai Electric, BARD – Indian Defense News

Global Offshore Wind Power Market 2022, During the forecast period 2022 to 2028, each type provides data on the sales. The Offshore Wind Energy Market analysis looks at the characteristics and financials of the leading market players. This comprehensive research is useful not only for the business analysts but …

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Oil suffers second weekly loss as analysts differ on inflation and demand

Meanwhile, Nigeria says OPEC has little capacity to ramp up production: File Image/Pixabay Despite an extraordinarily tight crude oil market, fears of inflation-driven demand destruction led oil to suffer its first straight weekly loss since April on Friday, with West Texas Intermediate falling 1.7 percent. However, the losses were reportedly …

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Zero-emission hydrogen cargo airship prototype planned for 2025

H2 Clipper presents a very compelling argument to bring back a highly controversial technology, saying that large electric airships, lifted and powered by green hydrogen, are ready to move massive cargo loads over enormous distances much faster than cargo ships and so inland logistics facilities with minimal ground to develop …

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Beans blown by the wind offer emission-free coffee

More and more companies are turning to wind-powered sailboats to enable low-carbon transportation and green coffee. Last December, the two-masted schooner Avontuur loaded 22 tons of organic Colombian coffee from the port of Santa Marta. With a crew of 16, it crossed the Atlantic over the course of two months …

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Vår Energi is making organizational changes

offshore staff SANDNES, Norway — Norwegian major Vår Energi has announced a new organizational structure and management team. CEO Torger Rød said the company’s goal is to produce 350,000 boe/d (net) by the end of 2025. Under the new structure, Technology, Drilling and Subsurface form a new business unit focused …

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Wärtsilä supplies hybrid propulsion technology for Stena RoRo ships

Stena RoRo and Brittany Ferries have designed and developed the new RoPax ships. Photo credit: Wärtsilä. Finnish technology company Wärtsilä has won an order to supply its hybrid propulsion system for three new RoPax ferries under construction for Swedish company Stena RoRo. The new ships will be chartered to Brittany …

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Lifeboat drill went awry, 2 injured, partly from corroded equipment, safety panel found

The Transportation Safety Board (TSB) has completed its investigation into a lifeboat accident that seriously injured two crew members in Vancouver’s English Bay nearly two years ago. The men were in the lifeboat on the Blue Bosphorus Cargo ship for an exercise on December 1, 2020. The lifeboat suddenly broke …

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Beyond Energy, 5 ETFs to launch this year – June 21, 2022

2022 has been the worst for the stock market in decades as the S&P 500 index has been in bear territory for the past week. Decades of inflation, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and tightening monetary policy have resulted in turbulent trade. While the energy sector shines, other sectors are caught …

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