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Move comes amid rising attacks in West Africa’s Gulf of Guinea, where pirates are said by experts to have become more professional while the number of kidnapping cases has surged this year
Madeira-flagged, Essberger-owned containership Maersk Launceston collided with the Greek minesweeper Kallisto, which had to be towed to port in two pieces. The boxship is at anchor off Piraeus pending further investigations
Ratings agency predicts rate hikes at most clubs, as mutuals feel double whammy squeeze from string of big casualties and coronavirus pandemic
The 1993-built sanctioned tanker Icaro appears to be heading to the stricken floating storage unit Nabarima, which is laden with crude from the Corocoro field, Lloyd’s List Intelligence data shows. Two tugs are also near by
A dangerous compound capable of self-igniting was stored under the deck, where inappropriate firefighting measures were available in the event of an emergency. Issues with the initial response have also been raised in an investigation into the Maersk Honam casualty
The US embassy in Trinidad and Tobago issued a statement saying US sanctions on Venezuela do not affect safety, environmental and humanitarian efforts. It urged immediate action to prevent pollution
Blockages to key approach channels to LNG plants in the US Gulf have coincided with an LNG winter demand uptick, which typically starts every October. With no certainty on when restrictions to access for deep-draft vessels will be lifted, Asian prices have risen
The Sri Lankan Attorney General had asked the court to order approximately $1m in restitution, but the court lowered it to approximately $65,000. After paying the fines, Colombo Magistrates’ Court removed the travel restrictions that had been placed on the master
The US Army Corps of Engineers is currently dealing with a barge that sank in Louisiana’s Calcasieu Ship Channel on Tuesday — one of three obstructions to be removed before deep-draft vessels can resume. The restrictions are adversely impacting the region’s petroleum industry
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