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Yamal LNG carriers go to Daewoo

Yamal LNG carriers go to Daewoo

The first shipbuilding orders in support of Russia's Yamal LNG project are just around the corner, with industry reports indicating Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbui...

Arctech’s oblique icebreaker “close to delivery”

Arctech’s oblique icebreaker “close to delivery”

Arctech Helsinki Shipyard’s multi-purpose emergency and rescue response vessel ‘Baltika’, touted as the “world’s first oblique icebreaker”, has completed...

IMO and Bangladesh to improve shipbreaking

IMO and Bangladesh to improve shipbreaking

The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) and the government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh have signed a landmark agreement to work together to improv...

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Australian pilotage training criticised in NZ

Australian pilotage training criticised in NZ

The 'Taharoa Destiny' Major concerns have been expressed over the pilotage training program Australian Reef Pilots (ARP) has introduced to prepare...

Yamal LNG carriers go to Daewoo

Yamal LNG carriers go to Daewoo

The first shipbuilding orders in support of Russia's Yamal LNG project are just around the corner, with industry reports indicating Korean shipbuilder...

Shanhaiguan Shipbuilding wins bulk carrier double

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18 Capesize bulkers for Jiangsu

Chinese shipbuilder Jiangsu New East Marine Engineering has landed a contract for up to 18 Capesize bulk carriers with a Greece-based client. The...

IMO and Bangladesh to improve shipbreaking

The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) and the government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh have signed a landmark agreement to work...

Positive outlook for multi-purpose shipping sector

D’Amico adds two eco-tankers to fleet

Euroseas signs on for two Kamsarmax carriers

Chilean ports shut down following earthquake

Experts call for collaboration in Asian shipping

Explosion at Bangladesh shipbreaking yard kills four

STX O&S delisted

Shipping confidence hits highest level since '08

Container industry "stuck in vicious cycle"

MHI receives LPG carrier order from Astomos Energy

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Arctech’s oblique icebreaker “close to delivery”

Arctech’s oblique icebreaker “close to delivery”

Arctech Helsinki Shipyard’s multi-purpose emergency and rescue response vessel ‘Baltika’, touted as the “world’s first oblique icebreaker”,...

Dolphin Group receives new seismic vessel

Dolphin Group receives new seismic vessel

Dolphin Group has taken delivery of the seismic vessel new building ‘Sanco Sword’ on an initial five-year time charter agreement with Norwegian...

US Navy to christen research vessel ‘Neil Armstrong’

The United States Navy has christened the auxiliary general oceanographic research vessel (AGOR) ‘Neil Armstrong’ during a ceremony in Anacortes,...

Wärtsilä Ship Design unveils Asia-Pacific PSV concept

Wärtsilä Ship Design (WSD) of Singapore has unveiled a platform supply vessel (PSV) design package aimed at shipowners and shipyards in the Asia-Pacific...

Salvage union calls for places of refuge

Salvage tug ‘Leopard’ grounded at Sao Vivente, Cape Verde The International Salvage Union (ISU) has called for the prompt and proper implementation...

Golden Energy Offshore orders Ulstein PSVs

Boskalis acquires Fairmount

Rosetti Marino delivers PSV ‘Highland Princess’

Ingalls Shipbuilding delivers 'America'

Subsea 7 announces next-gen construction vessel

Petronas launches hull of first FLNG facility

Another drillship for Samsung

Indian Navy tug catches fire

First Swire L-class vessel named in Japan

Indonesian Navy to replace stealth vessel

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Russia stimulates regional aquaculture development

Russia stimulates regional aquaculture development

Russia has adopted a new series of regulations and legislation for its burgeoning aquaculture industry, reports the press-service of the Russian government,...

EU sanctions three nations for illegal fishing

EU sanctions three nations for illegal fishing

Following a commission proposal, the European Union's Council of Ministers has listed Belize, Cambodia and Guinea-Conakry as countries acting insufficiently...

Significant fishing overcapacity agreement signed

A joint statement on capacity management within the global fishing industry was recently signed at a two-day conference in Greece.

Australian navy intercepts Illegal fishing vessels

The Royal Australian Navy, working with the Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) under the co-ordination of Border Protection Command...

Is selective breeding the future for aquaculture?

Worldwide growth in aquaculture is prompting the industry to consider selective breeding as a potential area to increase production and efficiency....

New Zealand trawler sinks

World fish trade to set new records

Good haul for Oregon's fisheries

Six US fisheries to receive disaster relief funds

Australian Senator criticises WWF over fisheries

Poll reveals US approval for Alaskan seafood

FAO fish price index at all time high

Aquaculture can be environmentally sustainable

Pingtan to replace fishing vessels

Samoan fishermen request fuel subsidies