Friday, June 20, 2014 Maritime News

Angola: Tender for 12 Offshore Oil Blocks

Jun 20, 2014

Angolan state oil company Sonangol plans to launch a tender for licences to explore 12 new offshore oil blocks in 2015, state news agency Angop cited Oil Minister

Titanic & the Launch of a Landmark Safety Agreement

Jun 20, 2014

100+ years later, SOLAS still steering international maritime cooperation When the RMS Titanic made its debut in 1912, the ship epitomized everything new and advanced

Disasters at Sea & Their Impact on Shipping Regulation

Jun 20, 2014

Disasters Drive Key Safety Improvement Future safety policy to address the human element  The history of marine safety is soaked in water and written in blood.

Despite Free GUlf Fuel, Egypt Takes Oil Shipments

Jun 20, 2014

Egypt is receiving fuel shipments to cover its needs for this month, an energy official said on Friday, despite $6 billion of free fuel given by its Gulf allies after the army took power last year.

Excelerate Energy & the Year of LNG

Jun 20, 2014

This being the “Yearbook” edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News, it would be remiss to not have coverage of LNG, one of the hottest fueling trends in maritime circles,

IHC Merwede Changes to Royal IHC

Jun 20, 2014

His Majesty the King has awarded the honorary title of Koninklijk (Royal) to IHC Merwede. In a special ceremony today, the Mayor of Sliedrecht, Mr van Hemmen, presented

France Picks: GE is the One for Alstom

Jun 20, 2014

France chose General Electric to form an alliance with Alstom on Friday - rejecting an offer from Siemens and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries - but said the deal still

Shell Offers $51M to Settle Nigeria Oil Spills

Jun 20, 2014

Royal Dutch Shell is ready to pay up to 30 million pounds ($51 million) in compensation for two oil spills in Nigeria in 2008 after a London court rejected a larger claim,

Oil Sector is Colombia's Biggest Economic Concern

Jun 20, 2014

Rebel attacks on infrastructure and burdensome red tape are making Colombia's one million barrel a day oil sector the Andean nation's biggest economic concern,

Fuel Cell Stocks Take Market on a Wild Ride

Jun 20, 2014

Wall Street has been quiet lately, with volume often below average and gains mostly slight, but fuel-cell makers have emerged as one of 2014's most dynamic sectors,

LG, Hyundai Clinch $4b Deals with Gas-rich Turkmenistan

Jun 20, 2014

South Korean industrial conglomerates LG and Hyundai will build gas processing plants in Turkmenistan worth a total of $4 billion, Turkmen President Kurbanguly Berdymukhamedov said on Friday.

Obama Urges China, Neighbors to Avoid Escalating Maritime Dispute

Jun 20, 2014

U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday urged China and its neighbors to peacefully resolve a dispute over oil drilling in the South China Sea and avoid escalating tensions.

North Sea Crude-Forties Slips, July Supplies up 17%

Jun 20, 2014

North Sea Forties and Oseberg crude differentials slipped on Friday reflecting ample supplies for July and weak refining margins across northwest Europe. North

French Govt to Work with GE on New Alstom Plan

Jun 20, 2014

French Economy Minister Arnaud Montebourg said neither the General Electric (GE) offer or the joint Siemens-Mitsubishi Heavy Industries offer for Alstom power assets had met the government's demands,

Seaway Pipeline Resumes Ops After Maintenance

Jun 20, 2014

Operations on the Seaway Crude Pipeline resumed June 20 following four-day maintenance, according to a notice on its website. The pipeline continues to perform

IMUA Awards Drewry Lifetime Achievement Award

Jun 20, 2014

James Drewry, Treaty/Program Property Underwriter at Munich Reinsurance America, Inc., as well as a former Inland Marine Underwriters Association (IMUA) Chairperson,

China to Invest in Greek Transport Infrastructure

Jun 20, 2014

China wants to invest in Greek airports and railways as well as the busiest port, officials said on Friday, as the country where the euro debt crisis began seeks a role as China's gateway into Europe.

RS Participates in Transport Logistic China

Jun 20, 2014

Russian Maritime Register of Shipping took part in the sixth international specialized exhibition Transport Logistic China 2014, in Shanghai from June 17-19. This

Today in U.S. Naval History: June 20

Jun 20, 2014

Today in U.S. Naval History - June 20 1813 - Fifteen U.S. gunboats engage three British ships in Hampton Roads, Va. 1815 - Trials of Fulton I, built by Robert Fulton, are completed in New York.

ONR and the Culture of Innovation and Invention

Jun 20, 2014

ONR & The Culture of Innovation and Invention: Adm. Matt Klunder, U.S. Navy Chief of Naval Research MTR sister publication Maritime Reporter & Engineering News

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