Search results for: Casualty

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  • 4 September 2018

    The Isle of Man Ship Registry has published the casualty report on M/V Cheshire’s overheating incident.

  • 27 July 2018
    Authorities & Government, Business & Finance, Operations & Maintenance, Research & Development, Technology

    Reacting to the liquidation of its first ever tidal energy client, the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) said OpenHydro failed to cross the so-called ‘valley of death’ where innovation falls victim to costs of commercialization – highlighting, however, that tidal energy’s day is yet to come.

  • 28 February 2014
    Business & Finance

    TITAN Salvage, Crowley Maritime Corp.’s Houston-based marine salvage, emergency response and wreck removal company, was presented with the prestigious Maritime Casualty Response award during the Lloyd’s List North American Maritime Awards ceremony and dinner, held in Houston last week. Accepting the honor before more than 300 people from Canada, the U.S., Mexico, and the Caribbean […]

  • 20 December 2013
    Business & Finance

    Following the loss of the container vessel MOL COMFORT on 17 June 2013, ClassNK established a special Casualty Investigation Team in order to investigate and determine the cause of the casualty. Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) further established a Committee on Large Container Ship Safety to develop measures to ensure the […]

  • 4 November 2013
    Business & Finance

    Following the loss of the container vessel “MOL COMFORT”, ClassNK established a special Casualty Investigation Team in order to investigate and determine the cause of the casualty. Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) further established a Committee on Large Container Ship Safety to develop measures to ensure the safety of large container […]

  • 15 July 2013
    Business & Finance

    Under the leadership of ClassNK Executive Vice President Toshitomo Matsui, the ClassNK Casualty Investigation Team established in response to the 17 June 2013 casualty involving “MOL Comfort” in the Indian Ocean continues to work in close contact with Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), and government authorities to determine the cause of casualty. […]

  • 23 April 2013
    Business & Finance

    Shipowners and seafarers’ unions have joined forces to express concern at flag states’ failure to submit maritime casualty reports as required under international Conventions. The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), which represents 80% of the world merchant fleet, and the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF), which represents seafarers’ unions worldwide, have made a joint submission […]

  • 19 October 2012
    Business & Finance

    There are some clearly identifiable steps which need to be taken to enhance shipping’s already very impressive record of maritime safety, according to International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) Secretary General, Peter Hinchliffe. Speaking at the IMO Alternative World Maritime Day Event in Bahrain this week, Mr Hinchliffe stressed the need for mandatory provisions to provide […]

  • 9 May 2012
    Business & Finance

    Mr John Walker has been appointed as head of GL Noble Denton’s growing Marine Casualty Investigation practice for the Americas region. Based in the New York office, John leads a team of expert marine engineers, master mariners and naval architects. His team play a key role in determining the cause and extent of machinery damage, […]

  • 9 May 2012
    Business & Finance

    Mr John Walker has been appointed as head of GL Noble Denton’s growing Marine Casualty Investigation practice for the Americas region. Based in the New York office, John leads a team of expert marine engineers, master mariners and naval architects. His team play a key role in determining the cause and extent of machinery damage, […]

  • 16 January 2012
    Business & Finance

    IMO Secretary-General Koji Sekimizu has expressed his condolences and sympathy for all those caught up in tragic accidents involving ships over the weekend. Speaking at the opening of the IMO Sub-Committee on Stability, Load Lines and Fishing Vessel Safety today (16 January 2011) Mr Sekimizu said, “I wish to express my sincere condolences and sympathy […]

  • 28 February 2011

    Late on the evening of February 23, EUNAVFOR warships in the Arabian Sea were alerted that an incident had occurred on board a German-owned container vessel, 155 nautical miles south east of the Yemeni island of Socotra, resulting in burns to one of the crew.

  • 12 November 2020
    Vessels

    Chinese rescue and salvage company Lianyungang Dali Underwater Engineering has won a contract to remove the stern section of the Wakashio bulker from a reef off Mauritius’ coast. The salvage firm is currently mobilizing assets and equipment and is scheduled to start work on the removal operation in late December. The work on the removal of […]

  • 9 September 2020
    Business & Finance, Business developments & projects, Vessels

    UK’s Kishorn Port has welcomed the Petrojarl Banff FPSO for temporary mooring while its owner is looking for a suitable location for recycling.

  • 2 September 2020
    Environment, Vessels

    Three men have died, while one remains missing after a tug involved in the cleanup efforts of the oil spill caused by the Capesize bulker Wakashio, capsized following a collision with a barge in bad weather. Four people have been rescued from the water after the collision on Monday night. As Offshore Energy-Green Marine understands […]

  • 27 August 2020
    Environment, Regulation & policy, Vessels

    At least 17 dolphins have been found stranded on Mauritius’ shores over the past several days, BBC reports, raising questions about whether these could be linked to a recent oil spill from Wakashio bulker that went aground last month and subsequently split in two. Environmental group Greenpeace said at least four dead and four ailing […]

  • 25 August 2020
    Vessels

    Dramatic scenes of the Wakashio’s bow being sent out to its final resting place were captured on Sunday, August 24th, as the front section of the broken up Capesize bulker was sunk in a planned operation in Mauritian waters. The sinking of the stem section of the wreck was completed at around 3.30 pm on […]

  • 24 August 2020
    Vessels

    The sinking of the bow section of the broken up bulker Wakashio off Mauritius, launched on August 21, is progressing slowly but surely as weather conditions continue to hamper the operation. It usually takes around 24 hours for a vessel’s front section to be completely immersed, however, due to rough sea conditions the sinking had […]

  • 21 August 2020
    Business developments & projects, Infrastructure, Project & Tenders, Vessels

    US-based maritime salvage company Resolve Marine has been awarded a contract for stabilization and disposal of an oil platform jacket off the west coast of India.

  • 18 August 2020
    Vessels

    Towing operation of the bow section of the ill-fated bulk carrier Wakashio that split in two after running aground off Mauritius causing a major environmental disaster has been launched earlier today. Images released by the Ministry of the Environment of Mauritius show that two tugs have managed to set up the tow lines and are […]

  • 24 July 2020
    Authorities & Government, Infrastructure, Safety, Vessels

    Forty-five crew members were evacuated from a fire-stricken ferry off Cebu on Thursday, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) said.

  • 4 June 2020
    Vessels

    Salvage specialist Resolve Marine has refloated cargo vessel MV Kaami, which ran aground in the Minch between Skye and Lewis, Scotland in late March, completing response operations with her tow to a dry dock in Loch Kishorn Scotland. The salvage operation was concluded after 43 days of working in northern Scotland’s unforgiving weather. The ship was refloated […]

  • 7 May 2020
    Authorities & Government, Human Capital, Vessels

    Prompted by the growing crisis affecting around 150,000 seafarers stuck at sea and unable to sign off from their ships, the international maritime bodies have developed a set of protocols aimed at resolving the burning issue. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has released the protocols in a circular letter which among other guidelines insists that […]

  • 20 April 2020
    Exploration & Production, Market outlooks, Outlook & strategy, Transition

    With the reality that Brent oil prices are scratching closer and closer to $20 per barrel, shut-ins are already happening around the world. Even if prices reach this threshold, the UK will avoid shut-ins and exploration is likely to continue in 2020.

  • 8 April 2020

    DUPI is a leading provider of insurances and professional services to the Shipping, Marine & Transport, Dredging, Construction and Energy industries. Our Dutch roots date back to 1988 when we started as a local P&I broker. Today, we operate in three countries with over 100 professionals providing a full range of marine, P&I, CAR/Engineering, Casualty […]