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The Australian Maritime Safety Authority has banned a livestock carrier from Australian ports for two years for endangering safety and the environment after a hole was spotted on its hull
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore plans to tighten the testing regime for all shore-based personnel going on board ships and subsequently subject them to a tighter rostered routine testing regime
Saudi Arabia said an explosives-laden boat hit a fuel transport ship anchored at Jeddah the same day Hafnia reported a blast on its product tanker BW Rhine. That followed reports on Monday of a second incident at the Red Sea port.
Yemen’s Houthis would gain more by helping to avert a looming maritime disaster on a stricken tanker in the Red Sea than by blocking such efforts
The current project is Keppel O&M’s 140th floating production storage and offloading vessel conversion project. Extra precautions are being put in place as the threat of coronavirus-related work issues remain a concern
The shrinking price difference between very low sulphur fuel oil and high-sulphur fuel oil is closely watched by shipowners who have invested in sulphur abatement technology to allow them to use lower cost HSFO while staying compliant with marine fuel regulations
Five shipyard workers taken to hospital after a blast on the product tanker Sri Asih have been discharged. The authorities are investigating the cause of the blast, which caused minor damage
An explosion on the product tanker Sri Asih at a Turkish shipyard has injured five people and damaged the vessel’s structure, according to Lloyd’s List Intelligence
After last week’s 13-month high, capesize spot rates have dropped sharply, largely because of the news of a ban on Australian coal imports by China. Meanwhile, new research shows scrubber installations are looking increasingly like a losing bet for investors
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