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Panama Canal Updates Maersk Line on Expansion Program

Within the framework of the centennial celebration, the Panama Canal Administrator Jorge L. Quijano received a Maersk Line delegation led by Søren Skou, CEO of Maersk Liner Business,

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Contracts

Lukoil Shipped Canadian Crude from Houston

Russian oil major Lukoil has emerged as one of the first companies to buy Canadian crude re-exported from a U.

Vestas Profit Beats Forecast

Danish wind turbine maker Vestas Wind Systems posted much higher than expected second-quarter

OSV Hull Arrives at Havyard's Leirvik Yard

Havyard says that newbuild number 118 has arrived from Turkey at the yard in Leirvik, being

Workboats

First Two Mooring Boats Launched for Port of Ras Laffan

Nakilat has celebrated the delivery of two 16-meter mooring boats built by shipbuilder Nakilat

Great North River Tugboat Race and Competition

More than 15 tugboats are expected to participate in the Working Harbor Committee’s annual

Search Suspended for Man Overboard near Cedar Bayou

The U.S. Coast Guard suspended its search Tuesday for a man who went missing after his shrimp

Maritime Security

Russia Sanctions Could Slow Norwegian Arctic Exploration

Western sanctions against Russia may slow down exploration for oil and gas on both the Norwegian

Maritime Security West Conference Underway in Tacoma

On water and in the air, maritime security involves local, state and federal stakeholders The

China Rejects Manila Protests, Laments Detentions

China rejected Philippine complaints on Wednesday about Chinese survey vessels operating in

People & Company News

Panama Canal Updates Maersk on Expansion

Within the framework of the centennial celebration, the Panama Canal Administrator Jorge L.

Refiners Seek Jones Act Workarounds as Crude Export Debate Heats Up

As the first U.S. oil condensate exports head to Asia from the Gulf Coast, crude producers

Maritime Security West Conference Underway in Tacoma

On water and in the air, maritime security involves local, state and federal stakeholders The

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Refiners Seek Jones Act Workarounds as Crude Export Debate Heats Up

As the first U.S. oil condensate exports head to Asia from the Gulf Coast, crude producers

China Rejects Manila Protests, Laments Detentions

China rejected Philippine complaints on Wednesday about Chinese survey vessels operating in

Lukoil Shipped Canadian Crude from Houston

Russian oil major Lukoil has emerged as one of the first companies to buy Canadian crude re-exported from a U.

Marine Propulsion

Doosan Delivers a ‘World’s First’ to NASSCO

Doosan Engine has confirmed delivery of the world’s first dual-fuel, low-speed ME-GI engine

Elco Launches Electric Outboard Motor Line

Expansion into outboard category brings benefits of electric propulsion to even more boaters Elco

Laborde Now a Steyr Motors Distributor

To help increase business and provide even better service for its customers, Laborde Products

 
 
 
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