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Bunkering operations have been temporarily put on hold to focus resources on clean-up efforts following the grounding of a dry bulk vessel after a collision with a liquefied natural gas carrier
Authorities have opened an investigation while the vessel remains capsized and the site of the incident is a restricted zone
The bulker OS 35, which collided with an LNG carrier at the end of August, is considered to be in two pieces, as the hull’s structural integrity has totally failed, the port authority says
Damage to Gulf of Aqaba reef is said to be considerable after Sea Gate Management-operated Lotus grounded
Oil containment booms that were surrounding bulker OS 35 as it leaked fuel following a collision with an LNG carrier last week have been blown to shore due to high winds
Claims cost currently in check, but inflation — especially for steel — will likely drive up repair bills in the coming period
Five tugs came to the aid of crude oil tanker Affinity V after it ran aground across the channel. It was successfully re-floated after blocking the Suez Canal for five hours
Update: Port activity has once again been suspended after an oil leak from the stranded bulker was reported. Operations to remove the rest of the fuel on board are getting under way
The week in charts: Grain corridor ship round-up | Container spot rates in sharp decline | Total losses in the single digits
Container spot rates drop, exports from Ukrainian grain hubs surpass 1m tonnes, and banks make cautious comeback in ship finance
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