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Crown Prince Frederik to Attend the Danish Maritime Forum

Maritime key leaders, ministers and leading experts from all around the world will be accompanied by the Danish Crown Prince when they meet for the Danish Maritime Forum, October 7-8, 2015.

Russia's Lukoil to Boost Oil Exports in June

Russia's top oil producer Lukoil  will increase its crude exports by at least 300,000 tonnes in June due to cuts in production at its Norsi refinery, industry sources told Reuters on Tuesday.

Iran, Oman Discuss Yemen War, Settle Maritime Borders

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif discussed how to advance Yemeni peace efforts with his Omani counterpart on Tuesday, Iranian media reported, on a visit

More Type Approvals for Danelec VDRs, S-VDRs

Danelec Marine has received type approvals from the U.S. Coast Guard and China Classification Society (CCS) for its DM100 series Voyage Data Recorders (VDRs).   The U.

Statoil Awards Hull Cleaning Contract to GAC

Eco-friendly HullWiper technology to fight fouling and enhance efficiency for oil and gas company fleet    GAC EnvironHull has signed a contract with the international

CMA CGM Launches New TransAtlantic Service

The CMA CGM Group announced that it will launch a new container shipping offering between North America and North Europe at the end of May 2015. The group will

ARDENT: The New Name (& Familiar Face) in Maritime Salvage

Last month Svitzer and Titan Salvage announced plans to merge their salvage operations. Peter Pietka, former chief executive of Svitzer Salvage, takes the helm

No Iran Sanctions Relief Before End 2015

Sanctions relief for Iran under a potential nuclear agreement would not take place before the end of this year under the best-case scenario, German Ambassador to

Oil Rally Drives Producer Hedging

A rally in oil prices that has pushed WTI spot levels above US$60 has drawn a spate of hedging activity as producers look to lock in 2016 cashflows. California Resources Corporation,

Editorial: Across the Seas & Around the World

Norwegians are seafarers, with maritime and offshore oil and gas tightly woven into the DNA of this population of more than five million. On the eve of Norshipping 2015,

New Qualifications for Commercial Yacht Crews

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) informs that four new certificates of competency for seafarers working on commercial motor yachts will be introduced in Australia from early 2016.

Nigerian Oil Union Shuts Down Halliburton Operation Over Job Cuts

Nigeria's main oil union has shut down the local operations of U.S. oilfield services provider Halliburton Co. in protest against job cuts, the trade body said on Tuesday.

Well Site Supervisor Sentenced for Lying to BSEE Officials

Houston man sentenced for providing false statements in relation to blowout preventer testing on oil platform in Gulf Of Mexico   A Houston man was sentenced

SKF to Showcase Marine Portfolio at Nor-Shipping

SKF and SKF Blohm + Voss Industries will showcase its combined range of solutions for the marine industry at the Nor-Shipping trade fair June 2-5, 2015 in Lillestrøm, near Oslo, Norway.

Hydro-Lek Increases Stock, Launches New Repair Service

Hydro-Lek announced a significant increase in stock holding of its full range of ROV tooling across the board.   According to Hydro-Lek , the move is in line

Kongsberg to Equip 2 New Jack-Up Vessels

Kongsberg has been selected to deliver a complete Electro, Instrument & Telecom (EIT), propulsion, safety, automation and dynamic positioning package for two new Gusto NG-2500X DP II design,

Alberta Energy Minister Inexperience Concerns Industry

Canada's oil and gas industry is concerned about the inexperience of Alberta's new energy minister, but is ready to give her the benefit of the doubt for now as she takes on the closely watched role,

Russell: China Boosting Oil Trading Positions

If you are looking for evidence that China is becoming more assertive in the global economy, then the trading of physical crude oil in Asia is a good example. Chinaoil,

China Breaks Ground on South China Sea Lighthouse Project

China hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the building of two lighthouses in the disputed South China Sea, state media said on Tuesday, a move that is likely to

Market Wildcard: Return of Crude/Dollar Trade

A once-popular pair trade pitting the U.S. dollar against oil prices has re-emerged in recent weeks, injecting a new wildcard into the market just as the Organization

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