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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
A weekend of bad weather has resulted in hull damage on a CMA CGM boxship, which ran aground after breaking its tow, while a badly listing Vietnamese general cargo vessel saw its crew abandoning ship after also running aground
Sri Lanka’s Attorney General’s Department has made a request to the owners for another 100m Rupees ($540,000) as compensation to avert a major disaster. Meanwhile salvors are still trying to identify a port for ship-to-ship transfer to offload the cargo of nearly 2m barrels of crude oil
The coastguard analysis showed Golden Ray failed to comply with International Maritime Organization stability standards at the time it capsized, as well as during its two voyages prior to departing the port of Brunswick
‘As with any major wreck removal, there is always a need for creative solutions. I think that’s what makes a good salvor,’ said T&T Salvage president Mauricio Garrido
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