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Towage and Salvage

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Latest From Towage and Salvage

UN tries to raise $80m to fix FSO Safer, but gets just $33m

A UN meeting at The Hague raised $33m of its $80m target to transfer oil from floating storage vessel Safer to another ship, averting the risk of a catastrophic spill. The IMO and Greenpeace called for more funds, with $144m needed for the whole operation

Middle East and Africa Yemen

Ever Forward refloated after a month-long salvage operation

The 2020-built ship is now going through underwater inspections in the nearby Annapolis anchorage, Lloyd’s List Intelligence data shows. Its next stop is Norfolk in the US east coast

US States Containers

Evergreen declares general average for Ever Forward

Despite 10 days of dredging and two attempts to refloat it, Ever Forward remains aground. Cargo interests are now being advised to provide GA securities

North America United States

Heavy lift: More than pulling its weight

Low stocks of both commodities and industrial parts have restricted heavy-lift cargo movements for the past 18 months. Shippers in industries such as renewable power are keen to get projects moving, now they can physically do so

Towage and Salvage Offshore

Preparations set to refloat grounded Evergreen boxship

The 334 m vessel, which was under pilotage and had a draught of about 13 m when it became stuck, appears to have missed a navigation mark and failed to turn in time to remain in the dredged navigation channel

Casualty Containers

Stranded VLCC refloated in Qingdao

A small amount of oil leaked into the port waters from the broken cargo loading arm. No other casualty has been reported

Asia Pacific Tankers and Gas
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