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  • 1 November 2012

      The Vietnamese freighter, Saigon Queen, carrying wood products on route from Myanmar to Tutticorin (India) sank off Sri Lanka in the afternoon of October 30 due to a storm caused by cyclone Nilam, Sri Lanka Daily News informs. The vessel, with 22 crew members on board, was hit by the storm that provoked a […]

  • 23 August 2016
    Business & Finance

    After a year of supporting Natural Power as an acting Director of Due Diligence, Giles Dearden has been appointed to permanently lead the business unit on an international level. Richard Walls, Commercial Director at Natural Power, said: “Giles has built his breadth and depth of knowledge and advisory expertise with the growth of the industry and Natural Power […]

  • 6 December 2011

      MPA’s drive to maintain a young bunker tanker fleet and the push to ensure an efficient and environmentally- friendly fleet remain… Read more [mappress] World Maritime News Staff, December 6, 2011

  • 9 August 2016
    Business & Finance

    Helsinki Court of Appeals has dismissed the judgement that the State of Finland should refund the Finnish ferry operator Finnlines an amount of EUR 17 million (USD 18.8 million), rendered by the District Court in February 2015. According to Finnlines, the court said that the company’s claims have expired. The ferry operator added that it is considering requesting for a right […]

  • 30 December 2013
    Business & Finance

    Adverse weather conditions have resulted in the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) vessel Aurora Australis moving back into open water this afternoon. The area where the MV Akademik Shokalskiy is beset by ice is currently experiencing winds of up to 30 knots and snow showers. These weather conditions have resulted in poor visibility and made it […]

  • 27 April 2020
    Business & Finance, Business developments & projects, Infrastructure, Ports & Logistics

    In order to support companies in Belgium’s Port of Antwerp during the coronavirus crisis, Antwerp Port Authority has agreed to let them delay payment of port dues for seagoing ships and barges.

  • 5 December 2016

    A salvage control unit (SCU) has been established to discuss a place of refuge for the 2015-built bulk carrier V Due after a fire broke out on board the ship off the Isle of Anglesey on December 1, the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) informed. The 37,900 dwt bulker, which remains in a stable condition, […]

  • 1 December 2017
    Business & Finance

    Dutch port of Rotterdam informed that port dues will rise by 1% per year for the next three years. Over the recent period, fixing the development of port dues for three years has provided the market with a lot of clarity, according to the port. Therefore, after constructive talks, the Port of Rotterdam Authority, Deltalinqs, […]

  • 1 February 2018
    Business & Finance

    Inadequate due diligence now could result in expensive operational problems in the future.

  • 9 December 2016

    UK’s authorities have decided to move the burnt bulk carrier V Due to the Port of Liverpool, the country’s Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) informed.  The 2015-built bulker, which has a smoldering cargo in one of its holds, suffered a fire while it was at anchor off the east coast of the Isle of Anglesey on […]

  • 19 August 2015
    Business & Finance

    In a new effort to protect fish threatened by drought, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is taking steps to limit activities including suction dredging and certain construction projects in sun-baked rivers around the state. Effective immediately, emergency regulations filed by WDFW prohibit or restrict suction dredging for gold and mechanical removal of […]

  • 2 March 2010

    Production at the UK Don Southwest is ready to restart after drilling of a third production well partner Valiant Petroleum has said while a regrading of field reserves has also been carried out. After drilling a new production well on Area 22 within the Don Southwest field with the Transocean John Shaw semi-submersible, Valiant said […]

  • 6 July 2020
    Authorities & Government, Infrastructure, Regulation & policy, Vessels

    Germany’s government has taken a decision to waive the Kiel Canal traffic dues until 31 December 2020.

  • 12 August 2010

    The containership ‘MSC Chitra’, which recently collided with ‘Khalijiya-III’ at Mumbai’s Jawaharlal Nehru Port in India on August 7, was due for scrapping and will soon be sent to Alang shipyard in Gujarat, India. The Panama-flagged vessel was carrying a load of 1,200 containers and the cargo contained 2,662 tonnes of fuel, 283 tonnes of […]

  • 19 January 2015

    The Decision Making Committee of the Environmental Protection Authority said it would take another six working days to reach a decision on Chatham Rock Phosphate’s marine consent application.  A decision is now due on or by 10 February. The DMC announcement said the delay for the decision, previously expected on or before 30 January, was […]

  • 15 September 2011

    The international economy suffers losses amounting to 12 billion US dollars annually due to piracy at sea, an increasing problem especially… (FinancialMirror) [mappress] Source: FinancialMirror, September 15, 2011;

  • 5 September 2011

      The Al Sheehaniya LNG carrier, with a capacity of 210,000 cubic metres, is due to arrive in the UK’s South Hook terminal September 11, according to the Milford Haven Port Authority website. The South Hook terminal can process 15.6 million tonnes of LNG a year and is capable of delivering 21 billion cubic metres […]

  • 31 July 2014
    Vessels

    Belgium’s Zeebrugge import terminal, operated by Fluxys, will receive a cargo of liquefied natural gas on August 8. The Yenisei River LNG carrier, with a capacity of 155,000 cubic metres, is sailing from Ras Laffan in Qatar, port data reveals. Nine LNG carriers were unloaded, and five were loaded at the Zeebrugge terminal in the first […]

  • 13 June 2012
    Vessels

      Taiwan’s Yung-An LNG terminal is due to receive another cargo of liquefied natural gas this week, according to Kaohsiung Port Authority. The Puteri Delima tanker, with a capacity of 130,000 cbm, will reach Yung-An terminal on June 17. The Yung-An terminal is Taiwan’s first liquefied natural gas receiving terminal, and it is operated by CPC. […]

  • 13 May 2014
    Vessels

    The WilPride LNG tanker, with a capacity of 156,000 cubic meters, is expected to arrive at Belgium’s Zeebrugge LNG terminal from Qatar on May 23, according to port data. Fluxys of Belgium, the operator of the Zeebrugge LNG terminal, said that 37 LNG carriers unloaded at Zeebrugge in 2013, compared with 46 in 2012. The 37 […]

  • 1 May 2012
    Vessels

     Taiwan’s Yung-An LNG terminal is due to receive a cargo of liquefied natural gas this week, according to Kaohsiung Port Authority. The Puteri Zamrud tanker, with a capacity of 137,000 cbm, will reach Yung-An terminal on May 2. The Yung-An terminal is Taiwan’s first liquefied natural gas receiving terminal, and it is operated by CPC. […]

  • 12 October 2006

    Controversial plans to scrap former US naval vessels at a yard on Teesside are being considered by councillors. Able UK won a contract to dismantle up to 13 so-called ghost ships at its facility in Graythorp, Hartlepool. The plan has been dogged by legal and planning wrangles over the environmental impact it will have on […]