Friday, June 27, 2014 Maritime News

Ukraine Extends Ceasefire for 72 Hours Until 30 June

Jun 27, 2014

 Ukraine on Friday extended 72-hour cease-fire of government forces against the separatist rebels, until 22:00 pm on 30 June, announced the website of the President of Petro Poroshenko.

Technip Wins Consultancy Contract for RAPID Project

Jun 27, 2014

  Technip, leader of a joint venture with Fluor, was awarded a substantial(1) Program Management Consultancy (PMC) contract by PETRONAS for the Refinery and Petrochemical

Fire at Tatipaka-Lanco Pipeline of GAIL in K.G. Basin

Jun 27, 2014

  A fire broke out early today along a natural gas pipeline of GAIL (India) Limited at Tatipaka in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. Fifteen casualties

Crude Oil Distillation Polish Workers Can Export Just the Condensate

Jun 27, 2014

  The U.S. government and industry sources said all crude oil distillation Polish workers can export just the condensate. The above is real important news tips,

Ghana Drivers Queue to Fill up Ahead of Expected Fuel Price Hikes

Jun 27, 2014

Motorists in Ghana queued to fill up on Friday amid a gasoline shortage, while the government, which saw its credit rating cut by Moody's, looked set to raise pump

MHI Takes Order for 2 ExxonMobil PE plants

Jun 27, 2014

MHI receives order for large-scale polyethylene plant project in the U.S.A. for ExxonMobil Chemical Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, Inc. (MHIA), fully owned

Get Your Motors Runnin’

Jun 27, 2014

Advance Work on Engine Selection with the OEM pays handsome dividends when your vessel is delivered. Don’t skip this necessary step. It is hard to say why the phenomenon occurs,

USCG Assists Distressed Vessel off Massachusetts

Jun 27, 2014

U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) rescue crews assisted a fishing vessel in distress by air-dropping de-watering pumps after the 53-foot Canadian flagged vessel Island Cruiser

Petrobras Board Approves More Exploration

Jun 27, 2014

The board of Brazil's state-run oil company, Petrobras, approved the exploration of new oil and gas fields in February, Planning Minister Miriam Belchior said on Friday,

Coal Export Facility Approved at Bunbury

Jun 27, 2014

Western Australia's Environment Minister Albert Jacob has approved plans to build a $500 million coal export facility at Bunbury Port, GAC reported. Construction is expected to start in mid-2015,

New Orleans Locks Closed for Emergency Repair

Jun 27, 2014

Harvey Lock, located at mile zero on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, was closed to navigation yesterday, June 26, for emergency repairs to lock gate machinery, GAC reported in its daily Hot Port News.

WESMAR Adds Dealer in Italy

Jun 27, 2014

Italy is a region marine electronics and equipment manufacturer WESMAR has served with its roll fin stabilizers and its stainless steel counter rotating bow and stern thrusters for many years.

Oil Flat after Easing Supply Worries Drove Big Drop

Jun 27, 2014

Brent crude oil was little changed in choppy trading on Friday as investors moved to square positions following one of the international benchmark's biggest weekly

New Zealand to Review Coastal Navigation Safety

Jun 27, 2014

Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) announced it is undertaking a review of coastal navigation safety to identify risks and assess current and potential safety measures.

New MARAD Policy for Cruises Safety and Security Training

Jun 27, 2014

The U.S. Maritime Administration published a policy on voluntary certification of cruise vessel security and safety training. The Maritime Administration (MARAD)

EU Extends Liner Shipping Consortia Exemption

Jun 27, 2014

European  Commission extends validity of special competition regime for liner shipping consortia until April 2020 The European Commission has extended by another

RIMPAC Underway off Hawaii

Jun 27, 2014

RIMPAC, the world’s largest international maritime exercise consisting of 20 plus nations and hundreds of aircraft, ships and submarines began yesterday in and around the Hawaiian Islands.

No Discharge Zone Declared in Lake Erie

Jun 27, 2014

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation today declared the New York side of the Lake Erie shore line a “no discharge zone,

Med Crude-Urals Stronger in Surgut Baltic Tenders

Jun 27, 2014

Russian Urals prices strengthened following a tender by oil firm Surgut in the Baltic, underpinned by a tighter July loading programme, traders said. Surgut

Spain to Compensate Castor Owners for Seismic Shutdown

Jun 27, 2014

Spain will pay 1.4 billion euros ($1.9 billion) in compensation to the concession-holder of offshore gas facility Castor, after the unit was shut down following seismic activity.


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