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IMO to Prevent Cyber-attacks

At a meeting of the IMO's Maritime Safety Committee (MSC), it was recognised that ships may also be exposed to so-called cyber-attacks. Now, the IMO wants to

APL Reduces Carbon Emissions by 45.5%

APL today announced that it has reduced its fleet carbon dioxide emissions by 45.5% in 2015, compared to its emissions level in 2009. This achievement marks APL’s

Rising VLGCs fleet Impact LPG Freight Rates

LPG shipping freight rates are forecast to deteriorate further through 2016 as a result of the fast rising fleet of Very Large Gas Carriers (VLGCs) which has already

Kalmar, Yilport Oslo Terminal Ink Service Deal

Kalmar, part of Cargotec, and the Yilport Oslo Terminal Investments AS in Norway, have signed a long term service agreement for Kalmar Optimal Care. The order was

Act Now to Retain Seafarers - InterManager

InterManager has welcomed the joint BIMCO/ICS Manpower Report, but says it should act as a wake-up call for the industry to address the issue of the accelerating shortage of seafarers.

BIMCO/ICS Foresee 150,000 Marine Officers Shortage

Launched yesterday evening at the International Maritime Organization, the latest five-year BIMCO/ICS Manpower Report forecasts a serious future shortage in the supply of seafarers.

Mott MacDonald Hires Director of Federal Programs

Mott MacDonald has appointed Major General John Peabodyas Senior Vice President and Director of Federal Programs, based in the firm’s Arlington, Va. office.   Peabody, who retired from the U.

Salvage & Wreck Removal Conference Presents an Upbeat Mood

The verdict at the 5th India Marine Salvage and Wreck Removal Conference of Hinode held this time in Mumbai last week was clear and unanimous. The presentations

Maersk Ships Set for Alang Recycling Yard

Following the Maersk Group’s recent announcement of its long-term commitment to create more responsible recycling options in Alang, India, an agreement has been

OEMs Favored for Maintenance, Spare Parts -Study

An independent study for ABB Turbocharging found that 87 percent of organizations work only or mostly with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) for maintenance support and spare parts procurement.

LOC Appoints Rutler as Group CFO

International marine and engineering consultancy LOC Group has appointed Jerome Rutler to the newly created post of Group Chief Operating Officer, responsible for

Maersk Drilling Profit Up

Facts about the Q1 2016 performance: Profit of USD 222m (USD 168m) ROIC was 11.2% (8.5 %) Operational uptime averaged 97% (97%) Maersk Drilling delivered

EU Shipowners Want Progress at Alang Shipbreaking to Be Rewarded

Ship recycling practices in Alang, India, are gradually improving. The European Commission should acknowledge this positive development under the EU Ship Recycling Regulation.

Bureau Veritas Acquires TMC Marine

Bureau Veritas has acquired international consultancy TMC Marine Ltd.    TMC has provided pre- and post-casualty advice and support to the marine industry since 1979.

Cegal Debuts Blueback Seismic Data Management

Cegal released Blueback Seismic Data Management, a software solution that provides full life cycle management of seismic data for a range of geoscience applications.

CFD Study Calculates FPSO Current Coefficients

BMT Fluid Mechanics (BMT), a subsidiary of the international design, engineering and risk management consultancy BMT Group Ltd, has recently completed a Computational

Technip Declares Dividend for 2015

Technip General Meeting held 28 April 2016 approved the proposed dividend for 2015 of EUR 2.00 per share and decided to offer shareholders the option of payment of the stock dividend.

ICS Criticises 'Prestige’ Judgement by Spanish Court

At a meeting of the International Oil Pollution Compensation Funds (IOPCF) this week, the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has strongly criticised the judgement

V.Ships Wins Fortress Deal

V.Ships Offshore, part of V.Group has been awarded a ship management contract by Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure Investors LLC to provide full technical

Maersk Cuts Landing Certificate Issuance Time

* Maersk Line will introduce a simplified process for obtaining the Landing Certificates from May 1st , 2016   * Maersk line waives off the  Landing Certificate fee of INR 1000 Mumbai,

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