P&I Clubs

London P&I Club Warns on Failure to Preserve VDR Data

The London P&I Club saidfailure to preserve Voyage Data Recorder (VDR) data in the event of an incident can compromise the owner’s position in the event of a claim.

ICS: Oil Pollution Compensation Regime under Threat

The running of the global regime for compensation from oil pollution from ships may be under threat, due to a decision by governments to wind up the 1971 International

TT Club Shows Strong YTD Performance

The TT Club, an international transport and logistics insurance provider,  released a trading update for the period 1 January - 31 August 2014. Charles Fenton,

ITIC Warns on Email Fraud

ITIC has warned of continued attempts by fraudsters to target payments between shipping companies. Speaking at the 45th FONASBA Annual Meeting in Gothenburg,

Former DHS Chief Ridge Introduces Cyber Solutions

First U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge Partners with Five Lloyd’s Syndicates to Offer ‘Intelligent’ Cyber Insurance. Ridge Insurance Solutions Company

Easter Pacific Vessel Touches Bottom in Durban

Eastern Pacific Shipping reports that an incident involving its managed vessel m.t. Pacific Quartz took place off Durban in South Africa Friday morning.   While proceeding into the port,

ITIC Urges Shipbrokers to Put It in Writing

Specialist transport intermediary insurer, ITIC, has warned shipbrokers that they face the risk of serious financial loss if they fail to ensure that all parties

Coast Guard: Investigations Underway in Cutter Collision

The Coast Guard is conducting a series of formal investigations after Tuesday’s collision involving a Coast Guard cutter and a fishing vessel off the coast of Puerto Rico.

Venezuela-Exxon Arbitration Edict Coming Soon

A World Bank arbitration tribunal will rule in days that Venezuela must pay between $700 million and $1.2 billion to Exxon Mobil Corp to compensate for a 2007 nationalization,

The Great Lakes Ballast Water Challenge Explained

Skuld P&I Club in a members advisory explores the regulatory framework and practical issues that exist in both Canada and the USA with input from BLG of Montreal and Chalos & Co of New York.

US Pollution Risks: Federal & State Summaries

The US Pollution Risks publication, recently published for its members by the UK P&I Club, compiles summaries of all the Federal and state requirements on liability,

Chevron: 'lessons learned' after Angola LNG missteps

A string of missteps at a $10 billion Angolan liquefied natural gas venture has hurt Chevron Corp's reputation as a top-notch operator of profitable energy projects around the world.

Arctic Shipping Routes: P&I Insurance FAQs

The UK P&I Club has compiled an FAQ which focuses on the implications for P&I insurance of choosing to use the Northern Sea Route. The Northern Sea Route (NSR),

Vacancy: Senior Claims Exec at Skuld Hamburg

Diversified marine insurer Skuld says it seeks a highly competent Senior Claims Executive who will join its dedicated team of claims handlers in Hamburg. Responsibilities

Pine Galaxy to Arrive SF Bay Wednesday

The disabled mixed-products tanker Pine Galaxy is expected to arrive in San Francisco Wednesday morning. The ship is being towed by commercial tug to San Francisco Bay.

Ballast Water Management: California Update

The California State Lands Commission (CSL) has promulgated a letter to clarify its interpretation of existing ballast water requirements under the California's

Swedish Club Results Show Improvement

The Swedish Club today announced its half-year results in which it reported that the club continued to demonstrate a solid performance in the first six months of

Stepped Up N. American ECA Enforcement: Consequences

In a new enforcement initiative, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in cooperation with the United States Coast Guard (USCG), has boarded

American Club Issues Steel Cargo Warning

The American P&I Club has updated its advice to members on the handling of steel cargoes. It has done so in consequence of some recent cases where the absence of

Dryad Maritime: Ocean Ambush “Game Changer”

In the early hours of Saturday 9th August 2014, the radar of a product tanker transiting south, 200 nautical miles off the Nigerian shoreline detected a probable

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