Friday, August 06, 1999 Maritime News

No End In Sight For French Oil Battle

Aug 06, 1999

Market fears that the takeover battle between France's two largest oil companies could be prolonged reportedly increased when the market regulator failed to set

Both Sides In U.S. Oil Trade Case Make Final Arguments

Aug 06, 1999

Both sides in a hotly-contested oil trade case reportedly made final efforts to sway the Department of Commerce, which will soon make public its decision on whether to proceed.

Aker Maritime, Aker RGI In Assets Deal

Aug 06, 1999

Aker Maritime is reportedly taking full control of Aker Geo from industrial holding company Aker RGI.

Container Ship Charter Rates Seen Surging In 2001

Aug 06, 1999

Container ship charter rates are reportedly set to recover from their current depression by 2001, according to shipping analysts.

International Shipholding, Seminole Settle Litigation

Aug 06, 1999

Seminole Electric Cooperative Inc. has reportedly paid $23 million for a settlement of shipping-related litigation with Central Gulf Lines Inc., a wholly owned

McCain Bill Promotes Cruise Ship Tourism Between U.S. Ports

Aug 06, 1999

Senator John McCain (R-AZ), Chairman of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, introduced the U.S. Cruise Ship Tourism Development Act of 1999.

 

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