Veteran car carrier sinking after collision with cargo ship off Indonesia
All 17 seafarers have been rescued from a sinking vehicle carrier off Indonesia.
Qatar Planning To Build The Greatest Ship Fleet To Emerge As Global Gas Power
Qatar aspires to be a global gas power by making substantial investments in hundreds of vessels capable of transporting liquefied natural gas (LNG), mentioned the energy minister of Qatar on Tuesday.
Nigerian Stowaways Successfully Rescued After 11-day Trip To Spain Faces Deportation
Three migrants rescued in Spain's Canary Islands, after apparently enduring an 11-day journey from Nigeria crouched on the rudder of a fuel tanker, should now be returned home under stowaway laws, a police spokesman told Reuters on Tuesday.
Italian Navy Assists Disabled Tanker After Pirates Steal Cargo
The Italian Navy is assisting the South Korean product tanker B. Ocean that was robbed and left disabled by pirates last week in the Gulf of Guinea. After attempting to proceed under its own power to Abidjan in Cote d'Ivoire it was determined that the tanker requires assistance and is not expected to reach port till mid-week.
Maersk to launch ‘Shaheen Express’
Maersk will launch a new ocean shipping service the Shaheen Express.
Shipping May Need All Existing Renewable Power for Future Fuel
But the energy transition may also offer shipowners "huge" economic opportunities
French Wind-Powered Cargo Ship Refines Design with Rigid Sails
A French plan for a wind-powered merchant ship known as the Neoliner reports that it continues to make progress completed critical designs while it seeks investments and a new shipping partner to launch its operations.
Egypt Seeks to Expand Domestic Cargo Ship Fleet
Egyptian authorities are discussing plans to expand the country’s merchant marine to support the country’s supply chain operations. Egypt joins other developing nations that have been hard hit over the past two years by the disruptions in the global supply chain that are now seeking to develop domestic shipping operations.
MACN Launches First-of-its-Kind Anti-Corruption Database
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) has launched a one-of-a-kind online platform that shows the frequency with which corruption is reported at individual ports.
MSC to Build Panama Container Terminal
Panama announced that it has entered into a new agreement with an investment group that is partnering with an affiliate of Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) to complete and operate the long-delayed Panama Canal Container Port.
Ports Providing Financial Incentives for Green Vessels
Ports are increasingly taking steps to support the decarbonization of shipping.
6 Major Ports in Denmark
Denmark has a highly developed economy with a strong maritime shipping sector supervised by the Danish Maritime Authority.
Schedule Reliability Improved for Third Consecutive Month in 2022
Schedule reliability for containerships is continuing to improve in 2022 despite the persistence of backlogs in some ports and the effects of the COVID-19 related restrictions impacting Shanghai, the world’s largest container port.
EU Must Prepare for a Deluge of Delayed Cargo From Shanghai
The Federation of European Private Port Companies and Terminals (FEPORT) is warning of a coming flood of cargo when the COVID-19 lockdown in Shanghai finally ends.
Zero-Emission Bulker Concept Uses Sails, Fuel Cells, Solar Power
Japan’s Eco Marine Power has expanded on its earlier research presenting its first design concept for a zero-emission Handymax bulker building on the previous design for a low emission vessel.
Gothenburg Targets Becoming E-Methanol Hub with Ship-to-Ship Bunkering
The Port of Gothenburg, Sweden is taking steps to position itself as a leader for the emergence of renewable methanol as a marine fuel.
China Launches its First Autonomous Container Ship Service
Chinese officials are reporting that they have put the world’s first autonomous, electric container feeder ship into commercial service after a period of extensive trials.
Fifth of World’s Containerships are Stuck in Port Congestion
After signs of progress that the backlogs of containerships stacked up outside ports might be easing, it appears that the trend is reversing itself.
Singapore Offers Flag State Incentives for Ships Adopting Green Tech
Singapore has become the first of the major ship registries to announce significant financial incentives to encourage shipowners to accelerate decarbonization efforts that meet or exceed the emerging IMO standards.
Antwerp and Bruges Combine to Become Europe’s Largest Export Port
The cities of Antwerp and Bruges in Belgium completed the merger of their port companies to form what they are calling Europe’s largest export port.
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