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Saudi Aramco petroleum storage site hit by Houthi attack, fire erupts Saudi Aramco petroleum storage site hit by Houthi attack, fire erupts
World's Largest Cruise Ship Sets Sail World’s Largest Cruise Ship Sets Sail
Bangladeshi bulk carrier hit by Russian Navy missile: 1 crew died Bangladeshi bulk carrier hit by Russian Navy missile: 1 crew died
Two Ukrainian commercial ships seized by Russians, Ukraine says Two Ukrainian commercial ships seized by Russians, Ukraine says
Felicity Ace Sinks in Atlantic Ocean Felicity Ace Sinks in Atlantic Ocean
Mediterranean moves a step closer to becoming an ECA Mediterranean moves a step closer to becoming an ECA
Putin Leads Sweeping Nuclear Exercises From Land And Sea As Tensions Soar Putin Leads Sweeping Nuclear Exercises From Land And Sea As Tensions Soar
Fleetscape Probing Possible Iran Oil Transfer To Ship It Finances Fleetscape Probing Possible Iran Oil Transfer To Ship It Finances
Workers' strike halts ship recycling at 22 facilities Workers’ strike halts ship recycling at 22 facilities
Turkish drillship wraps up all planned well tests on Black Sea gas field Turkish drillship wraps up all planned well tests on Black Sea gas field
What the Russia-Ukraine standoff means for global shipping What the Russia-Ukraine standoff means for global shipping
Ship demolition: 301 tankers sold for scrap in 2021 Ship demolition: 301 tankers sold for scrap in 2021
MOL, ClassNK, NAPA deploy navigational risk monitoring system MOL, ClassNK, NAPA deploy navigational risk monitoring system
U.S. Navy Unites Five Carriers in Pacific Training Exercise U.S. Navy Unites Five Carriers in Pacific Training Exercise
Master of APL England Charged with Operating an Unseaworthy Vessel Master of APL England Charged with Operating an Unseaworthy Vessel
GE Haggles With Shipyard Over Unpaid US Navy Supercarrier Bill GE Haggles With Shipyard Over Unpaid US Navy Supercarrier Bill
German Navy's Top Officer Resigns After Pro-Russia Comments German Navy's Top Officer Resigns After Pro-Russia Comments
As Charter Market Soars, Boxship Scrapping Hits Six-Year Low As Charter Market Soars, Boxship Scrapping Hits Six-Year Low
Royal Navy's First Female Admiral Takes Command Royal Navy's First Female Admiral Takes Command
Ever Alp transits Suez Canal on its maiden voyage Ever Alp transits Suez Canal on its maiden voyage
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Saudi Aramco petroleum storage site hit by Houthi attack, fire erupts

The Saudi-led coalition says the barrage of drone and missile attacks by the Yemeni rebel group did not cause any casualties.

World’s Largest Cruise Ship Sets Sail

The COSTA TOSCANA is the largest cruise ship registered in Italy and the 6th largest cruise ship run on LNG. It was built by Meyer Turku in Finland and was delivered to Costa Cruises in December 2021.

Bangladeshi bulk carrier hit by Russian Navy missile: 1 crew died

Unconfirmed reports this morning from Bangladesh are that one of its sailors was killed in the latest Russian missile attack on a commercial ship.

Two Ukrainian commercial ships seized by Russians, Ukraine says

Two more Ukrainian commercial vessels with crews onboard have been seized by the Russian Navy in the northwestern part of the Black Sea amid Russia’s military attack on Ukraine.

Felicity Ace Sinks in Atlantic Ocean

Reporting has indicated Felicity Ace was carrying around 4,000 vehicles, including some luxury brands like Porsches, Bentleys, and Lamborghinis, along with VW and Audis.

Mediterranean moves a step closer to becoming an ECA

Countries within the European Union along with Mediterranean littoral states have come together to lodge an official proposal with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to make the Mediterranean an emission control area (ECA) for sulphur oxides.

Putin Leads Sweeping Nuclear Exercises From Land And Sea As Tensions Soar

Russian leader Vladimir Putin oversaw strategic nuclear exercises involving the launch of hypersonic ballistic missiles and other weapons on Saturday, the latest show of strength at a time of acute tension with the West over Ukraine.

Fleetscape Probing Possible Iran Oil Transfer To Ship It Finances

UK-based maritime company Fleetscape is investigating the possible transfer of Iranian oil to a tanker it finances, the Oaktree Capital Management-backed firm said after allegations by a U.S. advocacy group.

Workers’ strike halts ship recycling at 22 facilities

The production at 22 ship recycling facilities has been stopped at Izmir Aliaga district in Turkey amid the workforce strike for better employment conditions in the last six days.

Turkish drillship wraps up all planned well tests on Black Sea gas field

Turkish oil and gas operator TPAO has completed all planned flow tests in the Sakarya gas field located in the Black Sea, obtaining important information regarding the potential of the field.

What the Russia-Ukraine standoff means for global shipping

With Europe on edge about a possible conflict between Ukraine and Russia, ship owners around the world are eyeing the potential disruption and resulting extended tonne-mile scenario as a spur for earnings.

Ship demolition: 301 tankers sold for scrap in 2021

2021 saw 704 vessels sold for scrap overall, with a combined deadweight tonnage of 26.4 million and a total scrap value of $2.7 billion, a report released by VesselsValue shows.

MOL, ClassNK, NAPA deploy navigational risk monitoring system

The system built on the partners’ combined expertise in the fields of ship operations, safe routing, and risk analysis was adopted in MOL’s fleet of over 700 ships following the joint development and testing.

U.S. Navy Unites Five Carriers in Pacific Training Exercise

The U.S. Navy has underway one of its largest show of strength training exercises uniting two carrier strike groups with more than 14,000 sailors and marines in the South China Sea. This latest exercise is part of an ongoing series of joint training programs the U.S. has been conducting in the region.

Master of APL England Charged with Operating an Unseaworthy Vessel

The prosecutor failed to make the case for one set of charges against the captain for pollution but the court agreed the captain should face charges of operating the ship in an unseaworthy condition.

GE Haggles With Shipyard Over Unpaid US Navy Supercarrier Bill

Four years after the U.S. Navy’s costliest warship was hobbled by a flaw in its propulsion system, prime contractor Huntington Ingalls Industries and subcontractor General Electric are still haggling over who will pay for fixing the defect.

German Navy's Top Officer Resigns After Pro-Russia Comments

As the prospects of a war in Ukraine increase, the German government has accepted the resignation of its top naval officer over comments favorable to Russia.

As Charter Market Soars, Boxship Scrapping Hits Six-Year Low

Aging boxships that would ordinarily be decommissioned continue to remain in service as owners take advantage of a booming container charter market, according to Alphaliner.

Royal Navy's First Female Admiral Takes Command

Commodore Jude Terry broke a longstanding barrier Monday, becoming the the Royal Navy's first female rear admiral. After nearly 25 years of service around the globe, Rear Adm.

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