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In Race to Completion, Second Pipelay Vessel Joins Nord Stream 2

A second Russian pipelay vessel is set to join Gazprom's Nord Stream 2 project, defying U.S. sanctions in a race to completion...

Valencia Launches Real-Time Analysis of Port Environment

The Port of Valencia on Spain’s east coast launched a real-time monitoring and analyzing program for air quality, noise, and...

Trafigura, T&E and DFDS Ask EU to Support Ammonia and Hydrogen

Leading shipping companies formed an unusual coalition with a fuel trader and an environmental NGO to express their support for th...

Tidewater Forecasts Improving Market Conditions for Offshore Sector

Tidewater, one of the largest operators of offshore vessels servicing the oil and gas industry, is predicting that the worst of th...

EPS Proceeds With Methanol as a Fuel While Ammonia is Developed

As the shipping industry works to develop its path towards decarbonization, one large shipowner has decided to use the existing te...

USCG: Poor Calculations May Have Put Scandies Rose in Harm's Way

The fishing vessel Scandies Rose went down in the Gulf of Alaska in rough weather in December 2019. Recent testimony at a Marine B...

Shipping’s CO2 Emissions Fell in 2020 due to Impact of Pandemic

The global shipping industry’s CO2 emissions reportedly fell in 2020. The slight decline was led by a reduction in emissions...

Korean Shipbuilder and Class Society Working on Hydrogen Standards

An initiative is being launched in South Korea to develop safety regulations and protocols for the operation of hydrogen ships. It...

HM Coastguard Finds Life Raft From Missing Fishing Vessel

The life raft for the fishing vessel Nicola Faith, which went missing off Wales with her three-member crew in January, has been re...

ReCAAP Warns of Kidnapping Danger Near Philippines

An incident this week in the region of the Sulu-Celebes seas near the Philippines has prompted ReCAAP, the regional cooperation on...

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