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Venezuela's PDVSA Debt rose 6.3%

Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA's consolidated financial debt rose 6.3 percent in 2014 compared with the previous year to reach $46.2 billion, the company said late on Friday,

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U.S., India to Seal Nuclear Deal

The United States and India have reached a breakthrough on two issues holding up civil

U.S. Refinery Workers' Contract Talks Moving Slowly

With just a week of bargaining left until the national contract for U.S. refinery workers expires,

MSC Sinfonia Upgradation at Fincantieri Shipyard

Extension operations on MSC Sinfonia, the second out of four MSC cruise ships to undergo

Workboats

Towing Vessel Sinks off Oahu

A 95-foot towing vessel, Nalani, sank approximately two and half miles west of Barbers Point Harbor,

US Boating On High Speed Recovery

Nearly 89 million Americans went boating last year, one of the largest boating participation

Lindner Sees Strong 2015

On the last day of what proved to be a busy Workboat show in New Orleans, Mikael Lindner, President,

Maritime Security

Naval Air Forces Holds Change of Command

Commander, Naval Air Forces (CNAF) held a change of command ceremony aboard the aircraft

Irving Celebrates Canadian AOPS Build Contract

Government of Canada & Irving Shipbuilding mark signing of $2.3 billion AOPS build contract; 3,

US Naval Ship Aground off Japanese Coast

The U.S. Navy and Japanese authorities are working to refloat a Military Sealift Command vessel

People & Company News

Bangladesh Aims to be World's 'First Solar Nation

Residents of Islampur, a remote village in the northern Bangladeshi district of Naogaon, were

India Not Pressurized by US-China Deal

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said a climate deal between the United States and China

U.S., India to Seal Nuclear Deal

The United States and India have reached a breakthrough on two issues holding up civil

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Bangladesh Aims to be World's 'First Solar Nation

Residents of Islampur, a remote village in the northern Bangladeshi district of Naogaon, were

India Not Pressurized by US-China Deal

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said a climate deal between the United States and China

U.S., India to Seal Nuclear Deal

The United States and India have reached a breakthrough on two issues holding up civil

Marine Propulsion

Xunlong Shenzhen Orders Dutch-designed Ferry

CoCo Yachts B.V. inks contract with Xunlong Shenzhen Ferry Company for one Coastal Cruiser

Lindner Sees Strong 2015

On the last day of what proved to be a busy Workboat show in New Orleans, Mikael Lindner, President,

Vane Brothers Orders Two Tugs from Chesapeake

Chesapeake Shipbuilding has signed a contract with Vane Brothers to build two new tugs, marking

 
 
 
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