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IMO drafts safety guidelines for methanol use as marine fuel

Methanol is being used as fuel on several tankers and a ropax ferry already and can meet the climate change agenda on emission targets

Bunkers Safety

Scorpio tanker targeted by armed gang off Guinea

The four assailants opened fire but the none of the crew was reported injured as they took cover in the citadel

Nigeria Piracy and Security

UK radar satellite offers ‘maritime mode' to monitor illegal shipping activity

The first UK-manufactured SAR aircraft will be able to identify when AIS signals have been turned off

Europe United Kingdom

West of England highlights risks of nickel ore carriage after near-miss

Following discharge and after independent tests, it was found that the cargo was unsafe for loading and carriage

Dry Bulk Safety

Sea-Land and Propeller Club stalwart Sava Kalafatides dies aged 89

Notable career included shipowning and US recognition for championing the Amver search and rescue system

North America Europe

The Interview: Bob Sanguinetti

The UK Chamber of Shipping chief executive — head of Britain’s main shipowner trade association — has been fascinated with the sea since his boyhood in 1960s Gibraltar. Now his modern-day priorities include Brexit, the sulphur cap, diversity and free trade, but he says the first task is to meet Chamber members
International Europe

MOL and Magsaysay launch new seafarer school in the Philippines

MOL chief Junichiro Ikeda says the aim is to take youngsters into a career that would lead them to become master or chief engineer before coming ashore

Asia Pacific Philippines

Port of Savannah braces for Hurricane Florence

The US’ second-busiest container exporter could see movement restrictions on Thursday

North America United States

Warning over CO2-leaking fire extinguishers

The report into two incidents on two separate ro-ro ships calls for regular maintenance and inspections of fire-fighting equipment

Safety Environment
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