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Location of New Port Expansion Projects: Analysis

When it comes to port development, many governments now favour letting the market decide where expansion should take place, whereas most other transport infrastructure,

Europe Sleep Walking into an Energy Crisis: Analyst

The downing of flight MA17 has prompted calls for further sanctions on Russia targeted at its energy sector. Douglas-Westwood in its 'DW Monday' analysis considers

MAC Hires Fuhrmann, Targets US Growth

Scottish marine specialist Maritime Assurance & Consulting (MAC) said it has taken the next significant step in the company’s growth strategy with its first appointment in the U.

Nigerian Piracy Threatens UK Interests: New Report

The UK economy is heavily exposed to lawlessness off the coast of Nigeria, a new report published today by the UK Chamber of Shipping says. The report found that almost all of the UK’s annual £6.

Marina Projects Wins Mooring Review Contracts

Specialist consultancy, Marina Projects Ltd, announced it has been appointed jointly by the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club (RHKYC) and Hebe Haven Yacht Club (HHYC)

Containership Consortia Set for Further Expansion: Analyst

The formation of 2M is only the conclusion of the latest round of mega-alliance negotiations. Much more lies ahead, considers Drewry Maritime Research in their latest 'Container Insight' analysis,

Giant Vessel to Change Offshore Decommissioning Game: Analyst

The new Allseas vessel, 'Pieter Schelte', is able to replace the previous slower method of removing topsides piece by piece with one lift, meaning a decommissioning

Tankship Market & Return of Contango: Analysis

This week, the Brent price curve moved into contango on what was reported to be short-term physical oversupply. In their latest 'Tanker Opinion', Poten & Partners

Pulse Takes the Fatigue Pulse of North Sea Drill Rig

Pulse Structural Monitoring (Pulse), an Acteon company, says it has provided a real-time wellhead fatigue monitoring system for drilling and well testing operations on the 'Lancaster Discovery',

Boustead Signs $2.8 bln Contract with Malaysian Navy

Malaysian conglomerate Boustead Holdings Bhd said on Thursday it had signed a 9 billion ringgit ($2.8 billion) contract to supply six patrol vessels with littoral

Panama Canal Expansion: Unintended Consequences

While airports, ports and GARVEEs are holding steady, according to several new Fitch Ratings reports, increasingly, state and local governments are realizing the benefits of risk transfer,

Proposed Mega-Containerships Alliance 2M: Analysis

Maersk and MSC have just announced a mega vessel sharing agreement that will replace their failed P3 alliance early next year. It will be smaller, and compare well

Dry Dock Conference Slated for December

Dry Dock Conference 2014 will be held December 1-2, 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. This year’s event is the eighth in a series of international conferences held every 2-3 years.

Dire Need of NNS Offshore Accommodation: Analyst

Declining North Sea production and increasingly mature assets are expected to drive demand for offshore accommodation support, with the attributed maintenance,

Container Census & Container Equipment Insight Publication

Described by publishers Drewry Maritime Research as the definitive Annual enhanced with quarterly updates released in July, October, January and April. Key areas

UK Offers Substantial R&D Tax Breaks: Consultants

Accounting and consulting network Moore Stephens inform that as part of the UK government’s continuing aim to attract new companies to the UK to create growth and jobs,

Maritime Piracy Infesting SE Asia Waters: Dryad Maritime

Dryad Maritime informs it is warning of an increasing threat from Southeast Asia piracy following the release of their Q2 figures which show that the area continues

Brent Crude Prices to Move Upward: Analysts

Brent crude prices will move higher after some first half July weakness predicts NYC-based PIRA Energy Group. Brent crude prices will move higher after some first

Shipping Industry Not Quite as Upbeat About Future: Analyst

Overall confidence levels in the shipping industry fell slightly during the three-month period to May 2014, due to concerns that overtonnaging could hit freight rates,

More Slow Boats to China Following P3 Flop: Analysis

With Maersk, MSC and CMA CGM now in damage limitation mode following their failure to get P3 agreed in China, what else can they do to cut costs? Drewry Maritime

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