Maritime Security

Syria: Crisis Costs Oil Sector $23.5 bln

Syria's oil sector has suffered around $23.5 billion in direct and indirect losses since the start of the country's crisis in 2011, the Syrian oil ministry said.

Second Typhoon Threatens Taiwan

The Taiwan military was collecting and distributing sandbags to guard against possible flooding on Tuesday as a typhoon bore down on the island after brushing the Philippines.

Korea Ferry Businessman's Body Located

Yoo had been target of South Korea's largest manhunt; Failure of police to catch Yoo had been burden for Park government. The body of South Korea's most wanted man,

Unplanned Encounters Discussed at Navy CNO's China Meeting

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Jonathan Greenert has left the People's Republic of China (PRC) after a successful four-day counterpart visit with military leaders,

Libya Reaches Deal to Reopen Brega Oil Port

Libya state oil company National Oil Corp (NOC) has reached a deal with security guards to end a protest at eastern Brega oil port, which is expected to allow the terminal to reopen on Tuesday,

Andrew Weir to Support UK Navy in Antarctica

Andrew Weir Shipping Ltd. announced that it has been awarded the contract for the support and maintenance of HMS Protector (A173), following a competitive tendering process.

Oil Steadies at $107 After Iran Talks Extended

Iran nuclear talks extended, pressure for deal intensifies; U.S. accuses Russia of complicity in shooting down flight MH17 Brent crude oil steadied around $107

Italy Rescues 1,800 Refugees, Five Bodies Recovered

Italy's navy said it rescued nearly 1,800 migrants in overcrowded boats in the Mediterranean over the weekend, and a merchant ship recovered five bodies from a

Exxon Rig Enters Uncharted Waters of Russian Political Storm

U.S. sanctions on Russia include Rosneft, Exxon's partner: Project may not break sanctions, but brings political risks. An ordinary, long-scheduled journey of

DNV GL Launches Regulatory Requirements Roadmap for Floaters in US

  In the first comprehensive overview of its kind, DNV GL has mapped out what is necessary to be in compliance with US Coast Guard (USCG) requirements to operate FOIs, FSOs and FPSOs in US waters.

USCG Medevacs Woman South of Atlantic Beach, NC

  The Coast Guard medevaced a 57-year-old woman Sunday approximately 14 miles southwest of Atlantic Beach. Watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector North Carolina

Manila Urges Unity in China Sea Dispute

The Philippines is pushing for a meeting among four Southeast Asian nations with conflicting claims to waters in the South China Sea so that they can hammer out a common stand in dealings with China,

Oil Pushes Above $108 on Downed Airliner, Gaza

Geopolitical risk spurs jump in oil, gold; Obama warns of further sanctions against Russia. Libya calls for U.N. help to protect oilfield, ports. Oil prices set for first weekly gain in four weeks.

Maritime Reporter @ 75: The Daily Cartoon

Maritime Reporter & Engineering News was founded by John J. O'Malley (1905-1980) in 1939, and today ranks as the world's largest audited trade publication in the world serving the maritime industry,

Seven NATO Countries End Black Sea War Games

Seven NATO countries completed naval exercises in the Black Sea on Thursday, officials said, in a signal of the alliance's resolve to support east European members

Brent Holding at $107 on U.S. Crude draw, Russia Sanctions

U.S. crude stockpiles down 7.5 mln barrels last week; Chinese economic growth quickens to 7.5 percent in Q2. Washington slaps toughest sanctions yet on Russia. Brent

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

Seattle-Based Coast Guard Cutter Gets New Commanding Officer

Capt. Brendon McPherson  relieved Capt. Laura Dickey as commanding officer of Coast Guard Cutter Midgett, a 378-foot high endurance cutter homeported in Seattle,

Norcontrol IT Contributes to 12C Security Project

With the final conference in September and second and final trial campaign taking place at the end of June 2014, the I2C (Integrated System for Interoperable sensors

Oil Rises on Libyan Delays, China growth

Oil ports Es Sider and Ras Lanuf unlikely to restart before August; Chinese economy grows better than expected at 7.5 pct. U.S. economic, oil data to buoy WTI benchmark.

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