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New Hopper Dredge for Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Launched at Conrad Shipyard

Houston-based Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation (NASDAQ: GLDD), the largest provider of dredging services in the U.S., has announced the launch of the

9 hours ago
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Fishing

U.S. Launches Strategy to Protect Fisheries Surveys Amid Offshore Wind Boom

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), falling under the Department of the Interior and responsible for leasing for offshore energy development, will

9 hours ago
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Shipping

Tanker Jam Off Turkey as Price Cap on Russian Crude Kicks In

Dec 5 (Reuters) – Oil tankers formed a traffic jam off the coast of Turkey on day one of the West’s price cap on Russian crude, with

11 hours ago
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Ports

Georgia Ports to Renovate Savannah Terminal as Container Business Takes Off

The Georgia Ports Authority will renovate and realign the docks at the Port of Savannah’s Ocean Terminal to better accommodate its the growing number of

12 hours ago
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Shipping

Oman’s OQ to Study Feasibility of Producing Green Ammonia and Methanol -Report

Oman’s state-owned energy company OQ is set to study the feasibility of producing green ammonia and green methanol under a memorandum of understanding

12 hours ago
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Ports

Port of New York and New Jersey Will Fight to Retain Leading Market Share

By Skylar Woodhouse and Augusta Saraiva (Bloomberg) — The Port of New York and New Jersey, now the busiest in the US, attributes more than 85% of its

13 hours ago
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Shipping

Former Military Sealift Command Director Sentenced to Prison for Bribery and Lying to Investigators

The former Director of Operations of the U.S. Navy’s Military Sealift Command (MSC) office in Busan, South Korea, was sentenced last week to five years in

15 hours ago
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Shipping

Russia’s European Crude Sales Collapse 

By Julian Lee (Bloomberg) — Russia’s crude oil shipments to Europe are shrinking fast. A European Union ban on seaborne imports from the country is

15 hours ago
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Shipping

Russian Oil Sanctions Fuel Boom for Old Tankers

By Julia Payne and Jonathan Saul LONDON, Dec 5 (Reuters) – The market for old oil tankers is booming, and it’s all down to efforts by

16 hours ago
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Sunday, December 4, 2022
Russian-flagged oil tanker Pegas docked in Greece
News

FAQ – Europe’s New Sanctions on Russian Oil

By Alex Longley (Bloomberg) After months of planning and negotiations, the biggest tranche of sanctions on Russian oil to date take effect on Monday. How

December 4, 2022
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Harsh Weather May Delay Germany’s Plans for First LNG Terminals

By Vanessa Dezem (Bloomberg) Germany’s plans to start imports of liquefied natural gas this month are at risk of being derailed by the weather. Strong

December 4, 2022
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Saturday, December 3, 2022
NOAA

Even Weak Cyclones Have Grown More Intense

by Wei Mei, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Shang-Ping Xie, University of California, San Diego (via TheConversation) Tropical cyclones have

December 3, 2022
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News

Cargill Resumes Shipping Grain From Ukraine

By Tarso Veloso (Bloomberg) Cargill, the world’s top agricultural commodities trader, has started to export crops from this year’s harvest in war-torn

December 3, 2022
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Shipping

Dirty Bulkers Are Now Being Used To Carry Food Crops to Asia

By Ann Koh and Hallie Gu (Bloomberg) –Dirty bulk ships used to carry iron ore are being scrubbed clean so that they can transport grain to Asia, in

December 3, 2022
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Interesting

Breathing Life Into The Ocean

By Emily Cassidy NASA Earth Observatory–From global to regional scales, images from satellites portray the dynamic beauty of the world’s oceans. Each

December 3, 2022
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Shipping

Russia Says It Won’t Accept Oil Price Cap

By Caleb Davis and Mark Trevelyan Dec 3 (Reuters) – Russia “will not accept” a price cap on its oil and is analyzing how to

December 3, 2022
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Saturday, December 3, 2022
Navy

U.S. Seizes 1.1 Million Rounds of Ammunition, Other Illegal Weapons in Gulf of Oman

December 03, 2022, MANAMA, Bahrain —  On Dec. 1, U.S. naval forces in the Middle East intercepted a fishing trawler smuggling more than 50 tons of

December 3, 2022
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Friday, December 2, 2022
Accidents

Quantum of the Seas Lifeboat Accident Caught on Video

A scary moment captured on video by a passenger on Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas shows the moment a lifeboat plunged into the water from height.

December 2, 2022
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Environment

Coast Guard Continues to Monitor Oil Discharges from Sunken Liberty Ship Off Florida

The U.S. Coast Guard and Florida’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) are continuing to monitor periodic oil discharges from the sunken Liberty

December 2, 2022
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Shipping

European Shipowners Welcome Deal to Include Shipping in EU Carbon Market

European shipowners are welcoming this week’s provisional agreement to include maritime shipping in the EU carbon market, which will force vessels to pay

December 2, 2022
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Shipping

Europe Sets $60 Price Cap on Russian Oil

By Ewa Krukowska, Alberto Nardelli and Jorge Valero (Bloomberg) — The European Union agreed to put a price cap on Russian oil at $60 a barrel, paving

December 2, 2022
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