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India’s port of Gangavaram is building a new container terminal

Gangavaram Port in Andhra Pradesh, India is planning to build its first container terminal. The new terminal is scheduled to start operations next year and will drive the growth of cargo business in Andhra Pradesh and the surrounding industrial hubs. It is also expected to reduce lead time and logistics …

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Posidonia 2022: Crucial issues for the shipping community on the conference agenda

The Posidonia international marine fair, one of the most important calendar events of the marine industry, is preparing to open its doors 6th of June In the Athens Metropolitan Expo. Running through June 10, the exhibition will offer delegates and hosts a much-anticipated platform for learning, sharing and networking after …

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Global Marine Laundry Equipment Market Insights Report 2022, Trends & Opportunities to 2028|Miele Marine, METOS, Loipart, Deyuan, DanUni Marine & Offshore etc

marine washing machines market Marine Laundry Equipment Market Report Coverage: Key Growth Drivers and Challenges, Segmentation and Regional Outlook, Top Industry Trends and Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, COVID-19 Impact analysis and projected recovery as well as market size and forecast. Latest started research related to Global Marine Washing Machine Market, it …

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How to build a huge wind farm

Along the Atlantic Seaboard, off New York and New Jersey, a stretch of sea 2.5 times the size of New York City has just been leased by the US government to six energy companies. These developers have one goal: to convert the 488,000 hectares of water into offshore wind farms …

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India delivers over 2 billion humanitarian aid shipments to Sri Lanka

ANI | Updated: May 22, 2022 20:03 IS Colombo [Sri Lanka]MAY 22 (ANI): As Sri Lanka grapples with a massive economic crisis, India handed the island nation a large batch of humanitarian supplies worth over Rs. 2 billion which reached Colombo on Sunday.The High Commissioner of India in Colombo, Gopal …

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Guide to selecting lighting for offshore wind energy applications

Lighting for offshore wind energy applications Offshore wind farms present a lighting challenge as they are constantly exposed to salt, wind and water. You need to specify a quality, heavy-duty fixture to withstand these conditions. lighting for one offshore wind farm must take into account a number of important considerations. …

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Russian citizen and ship’s chief engineer pleads guilty to dumping oily waste in US waters; Retaliation against whistleblowers and cover-up

Kirill Kompaniets, a Russian citizen and chief engineer of a Marshall Islands-registered commercial bulk carrier, pleaded guilty to dumping waste in US waters and then attempting to cover up the wrongdoing. A crew member initially reported the illegal activity to the US Coast Guard via social media. Kompaniets “was charged …

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Supply Chain: Tiger Logistics Launches Pricing Platform to Automate Supply Chain

MUMBAI: The international logistics and freight service provider (India) on Thursday announced it would launch a pricing and supply chain automation platform to ensure efficiency and transparency in the highly fragmented domestic shipping industry. The full-stack platform will offer cross-border solutions for ocean and air transportation, as well as first-mile …

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Eastern Pacific tests first plug-and-play CO2 capture on tankers

Pacific Cobalt will be the first tanker equipped with the plug-and-play approach to carbon capture (Eastern Pacific) Published May 17, 2022 20:29 by The Maritime Executive Singapore-based Eastern Pacific Shipping is trying to accelerate the decarbonization of the shipping industry …

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Ørsted christens the first SOV in Asia Pacific

Ørsted held a ceremony with Taiwanese shipping company Ta San Shang Marine Co. Ltd. at Taichung Port. off to christen and christen the first-ever purpose-built Service Operation Vessel (SOV). TSS pioneerin the Asia-Pacific region. TSS pioneeris the ‘home away from home’ for Ørsted’s O&M team and crew. It …

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POLA, POLB postpone the examination of the container residence fee again to May 20th

The Port of Los Angeles (POLA) and the Port of Long Beach (POLB) announced late last week that they have again pushed back the implementation date for their container dwelling fee for their shipping line, which will now not be taken into account until May 20th. This follows previous joint …

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Increasing demand for high-tech fittings in the marine sector

UNITED STATES, ROCKVILLE, MD, May 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The marine valves and actuators market is expected to reach a rating of uS$5.8 billion until 2032 $3.7 billion in 2022 and increased at a CAGR of 4.5% over the forecast period. Rapid globalization, increasing demand for marine valves and …

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Production Size, Share, Trends, Business Insights and Analysis Growth Forecast to 2031 – SMU Daily Mustang

Rockville, USA May 15, 2022 (Smudailymustang) – The Offshore Pipelines market report aims to provide an industry insight through detailed market segmentation. The report provides detailed information on the market overview and scope, its drivers, restraints and trends. This report aims to include qualitative and quantitative aspects of the industry …

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All-female merchant fleet sets sail

An all-female merchant officer fleet set out for the high seas Saturday aboard Mt Swarna Godavari en route to the International Day of Women in Seafarers 2022, which will be observed on May 18. Organized by the Navratna National Shipping Company, the Shipping Corporation of India Ltd (SCI), the flag-raising …

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Marine species flee to cooler waters – A third could be at risk of extinction, according to Daily Editorials

Some of the worst damage being done today by human-caused climate change is happening in environments that humans never see. A new report warns that hundreds of marine species could disappear in the future as rising water temperatures cause oxygen to be leached from Earth’s oceans. Readers can be forgiven …

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Norway is turning its back on gas and oil to become a renewable superpower

Norway has announced plans to significantly expand its offshore wind power production by 2040, aiming to turn a country that has built its wealth on oil and gas into an exporter of renewable electricity. The centre-left government, which has been criticized by environmentalists for continuing to support the oil and …

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These ships go to sea for sustainable coffee

That De Gallanta large, centuries old ship, stands at odds with the other ships bobbing up and down in Penzance harbour. She has no engine. Only swooping sails drove them and their cargo here, thousands of miles across the Atlantic – from the mountains of Colombia to this small port …

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The global weather forecast services industry is expected to reach $4.19 billion by 2030

DUBLIN, May 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “Weather Forecasting Services Market by Forecast Type and End-Use Industry: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021-2030” Report has been added ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer. According to this report, the global market size for weather forecasting services has been assessed $1.63 billion in 2020 and …

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Biden scraps three offshore oil lease sales and limits new drilling this year

Placeholder when loading item promotions The Interior Department confirmed Wednesday it will not go through with three proposed oil and gas lease sales in the Gulf of Mexico and off the coast of Alaska, taking millions of acres off the auction block. The decision, made as US gas prices have …

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Growing demand for cargo ship repair and conversion market to 2028 with top key players like CSIC, Hyundai Mipo Dockyard and Yiu Lian Dockyards

Repair and conversion market for cargo ships The Cargo Ship Repair and Conversion Market research provides comprehensive studies on the current market phase, covers the market size in terms of evaluation as sales volume, and offers an accurate forecast of the market scenario over the estimated period. Also focuses on …

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CA Offshore Wind Energy: Energy Commission drafts targets

California’s Energy Commission has released a draft report outlining what some are calling “aggressive” goals for offshore wind power development in the Pacific Ocean — and Morro Bay is likely to play a key role in helping the state meet its goals. The draft report, which was posted to the …

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Alarm.com’s bottom line is impacted in Q1 due to supply chain issues

Although Alarm.com’s first-quarter revenue rose 19% to $205 million, hardware and shipping costs rose dramatically, leading to a price increase for the second quarter. TYSONS, Va. – Sharp increases in component costs and higher logistics costs, including air freight and fuel prices, hurt Alarm.com’s (Nasdaq: ALRM) bottom line in its …

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Crew of 18 rescued after leaking cargo ship sank off Indonesia

Indonesian authorities have rescued 18 seafarers after their general cargo ship sank on Saturday. Antara News Agency quoted police as saying the 1,400 dwt Permata Asia (built in 1992) had developed a leak in her engine room north of Sangiang Island in West Nusa Tenggara. The ship had a cargo …

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Climeon introduces next generation WHR technology: HeatPower 300 Marine

Climeon’s latest waste heat recovery solution, HeatPower 300 Marine, was well received when it was unveiled to the industry at Seatrade Cruise Global in April. Developed by marine engineers for use in the maritime industry, the low-temperature waste heat recovery (WHR) system heralds a new era in sustainable shipping. What …

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Global EMI Webinar Series

Learn about the latest development trends and hot topics in the energy, mining and infrastructure industries. Financing the Energy Transition: Global Trends in Renewables (7 April 2022)Access the webinarRenewable energy, which includes wind, solar and other renewable energies, hit a new investment record of $366 billion in commitments in 2021 …

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CDC investigating outbreak of Covid-19 aboard Carnival cruise ship – Boston News, Weather, Sports

(CNN) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating a recent Covid-19 outbreak on a Carnival cruise ship that docked in Seattle after a two-week voyage. The Carnival Spirit, which sailed through the Panama Canal, left Miami on April 17 and arrived in Seattle on May 3, the …

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Startups are applying artificial intelligence to supply chain disruptions

By Nick Carey / Reuters, LONDON Over the past two years, a series of unexpected events has disrupted global supply chains. COVID-19, the war in Ukraine, Brexit and a container ship stuck in the Suez Canal have all combined to delay shipments of everything from bicycles to pet food. In …

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Ocean Freight Forwarding Market Size to Grow by $10.78 Billion | 40% of the market growth is said to come from Europe

The sea freight forwarding market includes the following areas: Market size for sea freight forwardingSea Freight Forwarding Market ForecastMarket analysis for sea freight forwarding driver and challenge That growing global cross-border e-commerce market driving LCL volume is one of the key factors driving the growth of ocean freight forwarding market. …

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Standard ETC acquires 25% interest in Dolphin Drilling

Standard ETC, an Oslo Stock Exchange-listed company formerly known as Standard Drilling, has acquired 25% of offshore drilling operator Dolphin Drilling for $10 million through a share offering. Martin NesStandard ETC Chief Executive, said: “We are delighted to announce our investment in Dolphin Drilling, a company with deep industrial roots …

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Dockers block Russian shipping

As the chattering classes tweet and write for Ukraine, a less visible auxiliary corps steps in: longshoremen. In ports in the UK, the Netherlands, Sweden, the United States and elsewhere, dockers have simply refused to handle cargo from Russian ships. And without dockers, the cargo isn’t going anywhere. It’s a …

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Sport collides with shipping in battle over proposed Oakland Ballpark

It’s finishing ninth in a clash between the shipping industry and baseball’s Oakland Athletics. With less than two years left on the lease at their run-down home stadium, the A’s face tough decisions in their year-long search for a new stadium this summer, including whether to move out of the …

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500 sailors on board 100 ships remain trapped in Ukraine

Bangladeshi seafarers are repatriated after their ship was attacked and an officer killed (Bangladesh Merchant Marine Officers’ Association) Posted on May 3, 2022 4:54 PM by The Maritime Executive More than two months after the invasion of Ukraine, the International …

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A cargo ship sailor pleads guilty to fatal stabbing while en route to the Port of Los Angeles

A sailor aboard a large cargo ship off the coast of California has pleaded guilty in federal court to fatally injuring another crew member and said he feared for his life. Michael Dequito Monegro, 43, of the Philippines, stabbed his supervisor 17 times in the face and body with a …

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Bunker supplier Delta Energy introduces carbon offsetting in ARA and UK

Carbon offsetting is increasingly being seen by the shipping industry as a way to make near-term decarbonization progress. File Image / Pixabay marine fuel supplier delta energy has introduced a carbon credit counter and can now offer customers carbon offsetting Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp hub. Delta supports the growing ESG requirements of shipowners …

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China contagion threatens to derail world’s emerging markets

A widespread sell-off in China is rippling through emerging markets, threatening to wipe out growth and drag everything from stocks to currencies and bonds lower. Fresh Covid outbreaks – and the government’s tough policy to contain them – are worrying global investors who fear lockdowns in China will resonate around …

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BUNKER JOBS: Maersk Oil Trading is looking for Business Development Manager

The role is based in Maersk’s Copenhagen offices. Photo credit: Maersk Oil Trading Maersk oil tradingthe bunker supply branch of the container shipping company AP Moller-Maerskis looking for a Business Development Manager in Copenhagen. The company is looking for candidates with at least 5 years Experience in shipping, logistics, oil …

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With 4,000 miles of open ocean ahead, the rower plans to embark on a solo voyage from Virginia Beach to France – The Virginian-Pilot

Peter Harley still has around 2.1 million rowing strokes ahead of him. That’s the equivalent of 4,000 miles on the open ocean – or about 3-4 months of paddling the Atlantic. The 61-year-old native of South Africa, who lives in Cary, North Carolina, will be boarding this week in a …

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Freight market volatility is the new/old normal

The Cass Freight Shipments Index shows broader areas of less predictability over the past six years Chart of the week: Cass Freight Shipments – United States SONAR: CFIS.USA After experiencing one of the most stable stretches in modern history from 2010 to 2015, the freight market was on a wild …

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Dark clouds on the horizon for electric vehicle batteries

The shift to renewable energy sources and electrified transportation represents a megatrend, a global seismic shift in energy production, storage and consumption. But dark clouds form, clouds reminiscent of another time. The United States has turned the supply chain for that future over to offshore suppliers of the critical materials …

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19 Revolutionary War guns are found in the Savannah River: NPR

A cannon caked with rust and mud sits inside a warehouse operated by the Army Corps of Engineers in Savannah, Georgia Thursday. It’s one of 19 cannons discovered in the Savannah River since last year that experts believe date from the American Revolution. Russ Bynum/AP Hide caption toggle caption Russ …

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The Swedish cruise ship “Viking Octantis” sails through the St. Lawrence River | WIVT

ALEXANDRIA BAY, NY (WWTI) — Early risers on the St. Lawrence River often see cargo ships cruising up and down the seaway. But ship watchers had a unique sight on Friday morning. The cruise ship Viking Octantis has embarked on the St. Lawrence River while completing a tour of the …

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Antwerp and Bruges become Europe’s largest export port

Together, the ports of Antwerp and Bruges are leaders in export, RoRo, natural gas, bulk liquid and containers (Antwerp stock photo). Published 04/28/2022 17:34 by The Maritime Executive The Belgian cities of Antwerp and Bruges have completed the merger of …

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PGS ASA: First Quarter 2022 Results

PGS ASA challenging Q1 – Encouraging market outlook Snack Q1 2022 Revenue and other income of $136.2 million compared to $165.7 million in the first quarter of 2021 Higher contract revenue and delayed multi-client sales compared to Q1 2021 MultiClient pre-funding revenue decreased significantly due to a low volume of …

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4 Ways to Stay Motivated When Paying Off Debt

4 Ways to Stay Motivated When Paying Off Debt

Paying off credit cards and other debt can help improve your financial situation in major ways. You’ll free up the cash you were sending to your creditors and keep more of your money when you aren’t wasting it on interest. But while most people know it’s a good idea to …

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Innovation in the Internet of Things has declined among companies in the shipping industry over the last year

Internet of Things research and innovation in marine equipment supplies, products and services has declined in the last year. The latest figures show that the number of IoT-related patent filings in the industry was 23 in the three months to February – up from 32 in the same period in …

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India scrambles to find ship to ship crude oil from Russia | Business and Business News

India’s Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) is struggling to find a ship to ship 700,000 barrels of crude oil from Russia’s Far East, in a growing sign of complex trade deals involving one of Moscow’s biggest partners , interrupted by Western sanctions, Reuters reported. cite sources. Several Indian companies, …

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Meyer Group expands into cruise ship maintenance with Meyer Re

The MEYER GROUP founded MEYER RE to complement its core business, the construction of new cruise ships: As a new partner of cruise lines, the new company MEYER RE aims to maintain ships throughout their entire service life, to modernize them with sustainable solutions and to ensure optimized ship operations, …

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Global Offshore Crane Market Evolving Trends & Opportunities In The Pandemic End Of COVID-19 To 2029 – Ripon College Days

Offshore Crane Market is a professional and detailed report that focuses on primary and secondary drivers, market shares, leading segments and geographical analysis. This analysis provides an examination of various market segments that can be relied on to observe the fastest development within the estimated forecast framework. The report includes …

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Oil falls amid fears of more lockdowns in China

Meanwhile, Spain receives its first supertanker shipment of crude oil in six years: File Image/Pixabay Analysts who had warned of unprecedented volatility in oil trading this year were confirmed again on Monday as prices plunged lower $100 Thanks to the dealers who decided that China‘s Covid lockdowns would have a …

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India’s exports recovered after Covid. But here’s how Modi’s government can achieve a $5 trillion economy

The Ministry of Trade and Industry recently announced that India has reached its goods export target of $400 billion in the current fiscal year. Despite Covid-related disruptions, such a steady export growth performance has propelled India’s economic recovery, averaging nearly $30 billion over the past 12 months. Exports grew at …

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Will Biden’s Commerce Department Really Penalize Solar Power in Asia?

President Biden tours a solar plant in New Hampshire. Are these panels all made in Asia? Most … [+] probably yes. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) ASSOCIATED PRESS They are baa-aack. The Commerce Department is again probing US solar imports from Southeast Asia, most of them by Chinese multinationals, after dropping a …

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The mixed fortunes of the submarine depot ship HMS Maidstone and its time as a prison ship for IRA internees

Every time Maidstone Councilors enter the chamber at City Hall, they rush past a ship‘s bell. It is the bell of HMS Maidstone, named after the town, which was launched 85 years ago. The bell of HMS Maidstone now hangs in Maidstone Town Hall Laid down in 1936 at the …

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A sulfur fire breaks out on a cargo ship in Florida, forcing the entire crew to evacuate

A chemical fire erupts on a Florida cargo ship, forcing the entire crew to evacuate after residual sulfur bursts into flames A chemical fire broke out on the cargo ship Kelly Alafia around 5.30am Friday after welding sulfur by-products caught fire Because chemicals were burning, the incident was classified as …

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Firms are lining up to work with SeAH at its Teesside site, which employs 1,500 people

It turned out that a number of local companies were seeing the opportunity to get involved in the construction of a huge new offshore wind farm at Teesworks. The major supply chain event welcomed a total of 187 of Tees Valley’s biggest names from a range of sectors including Francis …

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Oil Prices Rise But Trading Increasingly A ‘Tug Of War’, Says Analyst

However, market conditions remain dangerously tight: File Image/Pixabay Another volatile session in Crude Oil trading on Thursday ended with the commodity higher as schizophrenic investors now focus on multiple supply challenges rather than their main focus of late, the demand threat from lockdowns China. West Texas Intermediate has settled $1.60 …

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ClassNK Grants Approval in Principle (AiP) for GSC Developed Ammonia Ready LNG Fueled Panamax Bulk Carrier

Leading classification society ClassNK has granted Approval in Principle (AiP) for the design of an ammonia-capable, LNG-fueled Panamax bulk carrier developed by the Green Ship Planning and Design Center (GSC). Ammonia is to be used as a marine fuel for decarbonization because it does not emit any CO2 when burned. …

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MAN Energy is supplying ME-GI engines for CLdN’s new RoRo ships

MAN Energy Solutions has receive an order from the Luxembourg-based shipping group CLdN to supply ME-GI engines for two new roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) vessels. Under the contract, the company will supply four dual-fuel MAN B&W 6S60ME-GI engines for two 8,000 meter hybrid vessels. The 234 m long RoRo ships are expected …

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Defense silently acquires Pacific Support Vessel

The defense has spent $93 million to acquire a used 5,204-ton offshore support vessel currently at anchor in the Canary Islands, replacing the “big-hulled” naval vessel that then-Defense Secretary Christopher Pyne said was it would be built in Western Australia in 2018. While Senate Estimates in October 2021 were told …

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Oil rebounds as supply concerns dominate

An employee holds a sample of crude oil at the Yarakta oil field, owned by Irkutsk Oil Co, in Irkutsk region, Russia, March 11, 2019. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com to register IMF lowers global growth forecast by almost 1 percentage point OPEC+ supply …

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Supply chain issues China: Problem exacerbated by cargo ship jamming off Shanghai port

The number of cargo ships waiting outside the port of Shanghai has increased fivefold due to challenges arising from the city’s lockdown. Australian consumers could face higher prices, longer delivery times and a tight supply as the lockdown in Shanghai paralyzes the world’s busiest port. Strict testing protocols, a workforce …

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Hybrid electric biomass fuel carrier for ABB

One of the Japanese shipping industry‘s most significant initiatives towards net zero is e5 Lab Inc., a consortium consisting of Asahi Tanker Co., Ltd., Exeno Yamamizu Corporation, Mitsui OSK Lines, Ltd. and Mitsubishi Corporation, with the aim of developing regeneratively powered merchant ships. e5 Lab recently unveiled ROBOSHIP – a …

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The episcopal mass on board a cargo ship brings joy to the crew, who yearn for the liturgy

ABOARD THE STAR TRUST — Shortly after Bishop William E. Koenig of Wilmington, Delaware, finished his first Mass aboard a refrigerated ocean cargo ship off the Delaware coast, he chatted with a group of Filipino crew members who were attending Mass together for the first time attended months. “What’s your …

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NSML signs pact with NDA on maritime training | The Guardian Nigeria News

Apr 8 Nigeria is losing its seafarers to foreign employers due to strict working conditions such as deducting taxes and pensions in dollars. Apr 8 Download logo President Uhuru Kenyatta has reiterated the government’s commitment to continue to implement programs aimed at aligning Kenya’s military training with today’s security and …

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In a push for co-ops and condominiums, the state budget supports wind farms

For New York City Co-op and condominium boards struggle to cut their buildings carbon emissions enough to meet the strict requirements Climate Mobilization Act, the state’s $220 billion budget for 2022-23 contains some welcome news. Crain reports that the budget primarily includes a record-breaking investment in renewable energy and in …

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Ukraine is grounding cargo “megaplanes” and straining global supply chains

The latest disruption to the supply chain as a result of the war between Russia and Ukraine is the shutdown of Antonov planes, Ukrainian cargo “megaplanes”.The Wall Street Journal Google Your News Update podcast said on 14. Ben Katz, The Wall Street Journal Aviation reporter, shared insights with colleague Luke …

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Commodity shipping stocks outperform the Dow transportation average

The Dow Jones Transportation Average has fallen 11% since late March on fears of a slowdown in domestic demand. Container shipping inventories were pulled down along with domestic transport. Not so with commodity mail order stocks, which have very different drivers. Tanker, gas transport and dry bulk shipping stocks are …

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DSIC secures AiP from LR for vessels fueled with ammonia

The new bulk carrier will run on carbon-free marine fuel. Photo credit: Lloyd’s Register Group Services Limited. China-based Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Company (DSIC) has receive the approval in principle (AiP) of the British shipping classification society Lloyd’s Register (LR) for their ammonia fueled bulk carrier concept called Newcastlemax. LR leverages …

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Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV) Market 2022 Size, Share, Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact Analysis and Forecasts to 2028

The global offshore support vessels market size has been estimated at USD 22.27 billion in 2021 and USD 23.66 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.40% to reach US$34.33 billion by 2028. Offshore Support Vessels (OSV) Market 2022-2028 A new …

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Ever Forward ship stuck in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland amid environmental fears

ANNAPOLIS — The topic during Wednesday’s Board of Public Works meeting was wetland licenses, but comptroller Peter Franchot brought up what everyone was thinking about: the boat. The Ever Forward, the huge container ship stuck in the Chesapeake Bay that had been a headache for the U.S. Coast Guard, the …

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Analysis of the impact of the Ukraine crisis on Taiwan’s semiconductor industry

As the war between Russia and Ukraine continues to escalate, some have questioned whether the Taiwan semiconductor powerhouse will be affected. However, since Russia is not a major market for Taiwan’s foundry industry, TrendForce notes that the direct impact of sanctions on Russia on Taiwan’s foundries is likely to remain …

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Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessels Market size, scope and forecast

New Jersey, United States – That Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel Market The report offers a comprehensive overview of important aspects that will drive market growth such as: B. Market drivers, restraints, prospects, opportunities, restraints, current trends, and technical and industrial advancements. The detailed study of the industry, industrial sector …

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The pet market has nearly doubled since 2020 – CBS Philly

MEDFORD, NJ (CBS) — In the last two years, the overall US pet market has almost doubled. Pet food, treats and supplies, veterinary services and everything else we buy for our pets are more expensive, with the biggest increase coming in recent months. Pet food manufacturers have passed frequent price …

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Truck drivers are feeling the effects of “enhanced” DPS inspections

PHARR, Texas (ValleyCentral) – Local business owners experienced hour-long traffic jams on the Pharr International Bridge on Friday. The Pharr Bridge has seen the immediate impact of Gov. Greg Abbott’s order for the Department of Public Safety to conduct “enhanced” inspections of all commercial vehicles at all ports of entry. …

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Pas natural gas may not help Europe replace Russian supplies

Europe has been clamoring to buy more American natural gas in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. As the second largest natural gas producer in the country, Pennsylvania is going to win, right? Not necessarily. Some oil and gas industry experts say that while Pennsylvania is a major producer in …

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Greece has backup plan if Russia shuts down energy supplies

Greece has alternative plans that can be implemented immediately if Russia halts natural gas supplies, Environment and Energy Minister Kostas Skrekas told the 7th Delphi Economic Forum on Friday. Some of the plans include the addition of a new floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility at the Revythoussa terminal off …

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New Coast Guard operation underway to rescue ship

ANNAPOLIS, MD. – After all attempts to free the Ever Forward cargo ship stuck in the Chesapeake Bay were unsuccessful, officers changed course. The Coast Guard launched an operation on Friday to remove cargo containers from the ship to make it lighter. The first containers will be removed from the …

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The latest attempt to free the Ever Forward cargo ship in the Chesapeake Bay begins Saturday

A new effort aimed at removing 500 shipping containers from the Ever Forward begins Saturday. The ship has been stuck in the Chesapeake Bay since March 13. Tugboats Atlantic Enterprise (left) and Atlantic Salvor (right) use lines to tow the container ship Ever Forward, which ran aground in the Chesapeake …

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Ardmore Shipping: Maritime Partners and Element 1 have received Marine Money’s 2022 Deal of the Year award

“A first of its kind in shipping, and perhaps a first of its kind, period…” Ardmore’s $40 million 2021 offering with Series A funding of 8.5% was deemed by judges at this year’s Marine Money’s deal “artistic transaction” denotes year awards. The transaction between Ardmore Shipping, Maritime Partners and Element …

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UK calls for revival of North Sea oil and natural gas development to reduce Russian imports

The UK government on Thursday unveiled an energy security strategy to reduce its reliance on fossil fuel imports that would revive offshore oil and gas production in the North Sea. The nation, like others in Europe, is trying to rid itself of Russian oil and natural gas imports. Their strategy …

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Finland and Estonia are eyeing a floating LNG terminal to ensure supplies

HELSINKI (AP) — Finland and Estonia announced on Thursday that they are jointly planning to rent a floating liquefied natural gas, or LNG, terminal to ensure supplies in the two countries in a bid to break energy dependency on neighboring Russia. Finnish Economy Minister Mika Lintila and his Estonian counterpart …

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New effort underway to free a cargo ship that has been stuck in the Chesapeake Bay for 3 weeks

After two failed attempts, a new attempt was launched Wednesday to extricate a 130-ton, fully loaded cargo ship that has been stuck in the mud of Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay for more than three weeks. US Coast Guard officials said two large cranes and two barges would be moved to where …

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Harlem Globetrotters of Offshore Wind will put a new spin on the energy transition: Cole von Corio

Even for one of the fastest rising stars of the energy transition, the offshore wind industry, meeting the International Energy Agency’s forecast of 2 TW of turbines spinning by 2050 – out of the 49 GW currently installed – is an inevitable daunting task. But for Jonathan Cole, who came …

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Freight haulers are feeling the heat of the nationwide fuel shortage

Shipping & Logistics Freight haulers are feeling the heat of the nationwide fuel shortage Wednesday 06 April 2022 Vans ponder their next move at a gas station in Jomvu, Mombasa. PHOTO | LABAN VALLOGA | NMG By GERALD ANDAEMore from this author Summary The government and oil marketers have been …

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Europe warms to Russian shipping blockade

Issued on: 04.05.2022 – 16:38 Helsingborg (Sweden) (AFP) – After several days of delays and uncertainty, the Baltic Performer, a blue cargo ship loaded with bananas from Ecuador, finally docked under gray skies in the port of Helsingborg in southern Sweden. One of Sweden’s two largest dockers’ unions, the Swedish …

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Sea freight rates reach record highs

MEAT processors are grappling with another round of rising ocean freight rates for refrigerated and frozen containers leaving Australia this year, further eroding margins. “Freight rates for container exports have gone through the roof in recent weeks,” a disgruntled export processor told Beef Central this morning. “Costs have increased by …

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Kongsberg Maritime wins two offshore wind contracts

Kongsberg Maritime (KM) has been awarded two orders, one with Integrated Wind Solutions (IWS) to supply two Commissioning Service Operation Vessels (CSOVs) with integrated equipment solution and the other with Sembcorp Marine to supply the Wind Turbine Installation Vessel (WTIV). comprehensive technology package. Under the contract with IWS, KM will …

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Isle of Man Shipping Registry and FuelTrust sign memorandum of understanding to validate green ships

Ship Registry (right). ” class=”img-responsive ” id=””/>Image of Darren Shelton, Chief Product Officer of FuelTrust (left) and Cameron Mitchell, Director of the Isle of Man Ship Registry (right). Published April 3, 2022 23:47 by The Maritime Executive [By: FuelTrust] …

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Top MD News: COVID Vaccine Murders, Best Hospitals, School Drugs

MARYLAND — This week’s top news in Maryland included edibles given out as candy at two schools, sending students to the hospital; seven hospitals made Newsweek’s list of the best hospitals in the US; a native of Gaithersburg won an Oscar for Best Animated Feature “Encanto”; and efforts continue to …

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Egypt turns to Suez Canal to boost revenues

ISMAILIA, Egypt — As Russia’s war in Ukraine continues to put pressure on Egypt’s economic and financial health, Cairo has turned to the Suez Canal to help it deal with the crisis. The strategic waterway, one of the most important maritime arteries in the world, represents an important source of …

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Russia-Ukraine War News: Live Updates

War in Ukraine: What you need to know The newest: The International Committee of the Red Cross will make another attempt on Saturday to evacuate civilians from the war-torn port city of Mariupol after Friday’s effort stalled due to “impossible” conditions. Around 100,000 people remain trapped in Mariupol, according to …

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Thor Pedersen arrives in Australia without a flight after eight years of traveling around the world

Torbjørn “Thor” Pedersen has traveled to almost every country in the world, with one important caveat: he’s never arrived by plane. Core items: Thor Pedersen has visited 196 countries during his eight-year journey He arrived in North Queensland on Friday by cargo ship The traveler was stuck in Hong Kong …

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Sempra considers offshore wind project in Morro Bay

San Diego-based energy giant Sempra plans to invest in offshore wind in California. Sempra Infrastructure, a subsidiary of the Fortune 500 company, and French multinational TotalEnergies on Thursday announced the signing of two letters of intent — one for a liquefied natural gas, or LNG, project that Sempra plans to …

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European Green Corridors Network wants to promote alternative bunker supply chains

The organization will try to set up green corridors in Europe before showing how they can be rolled out elsewhere. File Image / Pixabay A new network of European Port Authority was launched this week to strengthen the supply chain for alternative bunker fuels. the European Green Corridors Network was …

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Shell fuels Olympus tie-back in the Gulf of Mexico

The oil company Shell has started production from a deep-sea connection to its production center Olympus, thereby opening up further added value in the US Gulf of Mexico. Shell announced the start of production power napan underwater development with an estimated peak production of 20,000 barrels of oil equivalent per …

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International Shipping Forum Drybulk Panel by Capital Link: “You’re pinching yourself”

The Drybulk Panel at Capital Link’s International Shipping Forum (now in its 16th edition)th Year) turned out to be lively, to say the least, as the participants from the shipping companies delivered a friendly salvo along the lines of “which is better?”. Martyn Wade, CEO of Nasdaq-listed Grindrod Shipping (symbol …

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Reining in anarchic river traffic

Shihab Sarkar | Released: March 28, 2022 20:35:57 Mid-river collisions between motor boats are not uncommon in Bangladesh. Recently, with the rapid increase in river traffic on the country’s rivers, these mishaps have also continued to increase. But the incidents of a cargo ship hitting or running over a small …

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Russian gas supplies cannot be replaced overnight

HE Minister of State for Energy Affairs Eng Saad bin Sherida al-Kaabi said Qatar could not help immediately and no one could replace Russian supplies. He also ruled out that the Ukraine crisis will fundamentally change the way oil and gas costs are paid in the long term. In a …

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Writers, photographers, artists and ship enthusiasts alike gather at the Soo Locks Visitor Center

Accompanying the opening of the Soo Locks at 12:01 a.m. Friday morning, the US Army Corps of Engineers opened the Soo Locks Visitor Center from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for its annual open house during which out- Staters, Community members and families gathered to learn all about locks and …

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Rhode Island leaders want ‘bold’ commitment to offshore wind energy | News, Sports, Jobs

BY JENNIFER McDERMOTT Associated Press Rhode Island leaders want offshore wind power to provide more of the state’s electricity to solidify its position as an industrial hub, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and set an example for other states looking to stave off the worst effects of a warming …

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3 Scenarios for Oil, Gas, Metals by BofA

The bad In the “bad” or baseline scenario, a “face-saving solution” would be found after 12 months of war, but the restrictions placed on Russian financial institutions would remain after the conflict was settled, Blanch explained. These export restrictions could “force a major diversion of commodity movements around the world,” …

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Reports of lost cargo of Lidl items found along the Dorset coast are increasing

The number of Lidl items washed up along the Dorset coast after a cargo ship lost containers has more than tripled in recent days – as the supermarket giant pledges to help with the cleanup while an inquiry is ongoing. Eighteen people have now reported spilled items, with a total …

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Orient Cable wins EUR 240 million contract for 1 GW project in China

Orient Cable (NBO) has been awarded a €240 million contract for a 1GW offshore wind project developed by Guangdong Energy in Yangjiang, Guangdong Province, China. The EPCI contract includes the supply, engineering, transportation, installation and pre-commissioning of two 60-kilometer 500 kV 3-conductor export cables. According to the company, the project …

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