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Companies Bail on Russia's Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Companies Bail on Russia’s Nord Stream 2 Pipeline
'Perfect Trips': Venezuela and Iran Swap Jet Fuel for Gasoline ‘Perfect Trips’: Venezuela and Iran Swap Jet Fuel for Gasoline
Iran And Russia Start Joint Naval Drill Iran And Russia Start Joint Naval Drill
Tarballs From Unknown Source Wash Up on 100 Miles of Israeli Shoreline Tarballs From Unknown Source Wash Up on 100 Miles of Israeli Shoreline
Disassembly of WAKASHIO wreck continues Disassembly of WAKASHIO wreck continues
With Oil Past Peak, Shell Sharpens 2050 Zero Emissions Goal With Oil Past Peak, Shell Sharpens 2050 Zero Emissions Goal
U.S. Retail Imports Expected to Surge Into Summer U.S. Retail Imports Expected to Surge Into Summer
MSC Secures Crew Change for Stranded M/V Anastasia Seafarers MSC Secures Crew Change for Stranded M/V Anastasia Seafarers
U.S. Sells Seized Iranian Fuel, Another Cargo on the Way U.S. Sells Seized Iranian Fuel, Another Cargo on the Way
Qatar gives greenlight to domestic cruise program Qatar gives greenlight to domestic cruise program
Iran backed rebels interfere with UN mission to save decaying tanker Iran backed rebels interfere with UN mission to save decaying tanker
Peterhead lifeboat crew praised after dramatic rescue Peterhead lifeboat crew praised after dramatic rescue
Bulk carrier detained at Antwerp's Liberation Dock highlights continued crew change difficulties Bulk carrier detained at Antwerp’s Liberation Dock highlights continued crew change difficulties
USS John McCain Patrols Disputed Paracel Islands USS John McCain Patrols Disputed Paracel Islands
China finally grants crew change for MSC bulker, coal carrier queue reducing China finally grants crew change for MSC bulker, coal carrier queue reducing
U.S. Looks to Courts to Seize 2 Million Barrels of Alleged Iranian Oil U.S. Looks to Courts to Seize 2 Million Barrels of Alleged Iranian Oil
Iran allows crew of detained Korean tanker to head home Iran allows crew of detained Korean tanker to head home
Remote surveys are the new reality – but we will meet again Remote surveys are the new reality – but we will meet again
Iran's Best Submarines Have Been Out of the Water for a Month Iran’s Best Submarines Have Been Out of the Water for a Month
COSCO Ports takes stake in Saudi Arabian terminal COSCO Ports takes stake in Saudi Arabian terminal
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Companies Bail on Russia’s Nord Stream 2 Pipeline

Russian energy company Gazprom and its western partners are racing to build the pipeline to take Russian gas to Germany under the Baltic Sea, and hope to finish it this year. President Joe Biden believes the pipeline is a “bad deal” for Europe.

‘Perfect Trips’: Venezuela and Iran Swap Jet Fuel for Gasoline

Venezuela is shipping jet fuel to Iran in return for vital gasoline imports for the South American nation as part of a swap deal agreed by the two state-run oil firms, three people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

Iran And Russia Start Joint Naval Drill

Iran and Russia on Tuesday embarked on joint naval exercises in the Indian Ocean which will include thwarting a mock pirate attack on a merchant ship, Iranian state media reported.

Tarballs From Unknown Source Wash Up on 100 Miles of Israeli Shoreline

A tar-like petroleum substance is washing up in large quantity on Israel's Mediterranean shoreline, prompting a large-scale cleanup effort involving thousands of troops and volunteers.

Disassembly of WAKASHIO wreck continues

The arrival of the barge HONG BANG 6 along with three tugs has initiated the dismantling operation, which was officially launched on February 18th.

With Oil Past Peak, Shell Sharpens 2050 Zero Emissions Goal

Energy giant Royal Dutch Shell vowed to eliminate net carbon emissions by 2050, raising its ambition from previous targets, as its oil output declines from a 2019 peak.

U.S. Retail Imports Expected to Surge Into Summer

Retail imports at the United States’ largest container ports are expected to set new monthly records into the summer as the nation’s economy continues to recover from the pandemic, according to new forecasts from the National Retail Federation.

MSC Secures Crew Change for Stranded M/V Anastasia Seafarers

MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company has announced an agreement to disembark the stranded crew members of the bulk carrier Anastasia in Japan.

U.S. Sells Seized Iranian Fuel, Another Cargo on the Way

The United States has sold more than a million barrels of Iranian fuel seized under its sanctions program last year, a Department of Justice official said, as another ship with intercepted Iranian crude oil sails to a U.S. port.

Qatar gives greenlight to domestic cruise program

Discover Qatar, the country's nationalized tourism agency and Qatar Airways have partnered up with Ponant’s LE CHAMPLAIN cruise ship.

Iran backed rebels interfere with UN mission to save decaying tanker

FSO SAFER has been in the news lately. The reason: IMO's assessment concluded with high oil spill risk from the decaying oil tanker.

Peterhead lifeboat crew praised after dramatic rescue

Coxwain Patrick Davidson and the crew of The Misses Robertson of Kintail, Peterhead's Lifeboat were launched on Friday afternoon in treacherous conditions to rescue a 160tonne fishing vessel which was seconds away from crashing into the rocks at Peterhead Breakwater.

Bulk carrier detained at Antwerp’s Liberation Dock highlights continued crew change difficulties

The plight of the crew onboard the Anhui bulk carrier highlights both the ongoing crew change crisis and subsequent supply chain kinks.

USS John McCain Patrols Disputed Paracel Islands

The busy waterway is one of a number of flashpoints in the U.S.-China relationship, which include a trade war, U.S. sanctions, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

China finally grants crew change for MSC bulker, coal carrier queue reducing

The Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC)-owned vessel, Anastasia has been anchored at Tangshan’s Caofeidian Port since September 20 with 16 Indian seafarers onboard, one of more than 50 ships that have been stranded as trade ties between Canberra and Beijing have worsened in recent months.

U.S. Looks to Courts to Seize 2 Million Barrels of Alleged Iranian Oil

The U.S. has gone to court to seize 2 million barrels of oil that it claims came from Iran, as Joe Biden’s administration shows little sign of taking a softer line on Tehran.

Iran allows crew of detained Korean tanker to head home

The South Korean-flagged tanker was seized on January 4 by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards near the Strait of Hormuz, with Iranians claiming the ship had broken environmental rules, something the ship’s owner in Busan, DM Shipping, denied.

Remote surveys are the new reality – but we will meet again

This is in response to global travel restrictions, but also due to the increasing accessibility of the technology, and a growing willingness among stakeholders to embrace remote surveys as part of the new shipping reality.

Iran’s Best Submarines Have Been Out of the Water for a Month

While the Iranian naval forces have been clashing with U.S. forces in the Middles East in the last several weeks, its most capable submarines have been out of action.

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