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Viewpoint: Fuel fiasco

It may take the shock of fines, detentions and port state control inspections to ensure that poor quality marine fuels no longer damage precious engines

Bunkers Casualty

Boxship and LPG carrier collide off Gibraltar

No injury or pollution, but both vessels reported damaged

Europe Containers

Bulker write-off linked to fertiliser cargo

All 23 crew on board the 2012-built Isle of Man-flagged bulker were evacuated safely

Dry Bulk Casualty

Nigerian pirates kidnapped 35 seafarers in the first half

EOS expects the instability in the Niger Delta to increase in the run-up to Nigeria’s 2019 general elections, which could result in a spike in piracy activities

Guinea Ghana

Operation starts off Sweden to tow grounded K Line car carrier

The Swedish Coast Guard warned that the hull ran the risk of being further damaged and that more oil could be spilled

Europe Sweden

Environmental impact of grounded ship off Sweden revealed

The Swedish coast guard claimed some of the spilt oil reached Flatvarp

Europe Sweden

Cosco IT woes spread beyond US

Outside the US, Canada, Panama, Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Chile and Uruguay are also affected

Asia Pacific North America

IMB warns of persistent piracy risk in Gulf of Guinea

IMB report highlights continual Gulf of Guinea threat but piracy levels elsewhere decline

Piracy and Security Casualty

Bangladeshi dockyard blast kills two

Three more were left injured after a gas cylinder exploded

Bangladesh Ship operations
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