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India: Kerala state and Norway to work together in areas of fishing, mariculture and maritime cluster
Norway will cooperate with Kerala in the areas of fishing, mariculture and maritime cluster, Norwegian Fisheries and Ocean Policy Minister Bjornar Selnes Skjaeran said on Wednesday following his discussions with Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan... -The Hindu

Posted On:6-Oct-2022



Nord Stream Pipeline Sabotage: Why Was Europe Defenseless?
Whatever caused the damage to the Nord Stream gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea, it appears to be the first major attack on critical “subsea” (underwater) infrastructure in Europe. It’s now widely thought – not least by Nato – that the explosions that led to major leaks in the two pipelines were not caused by accidents. The alliance says they were a deliberate act of sabotage... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:6-Oct-2022



End-to-end shipboard carbon capture initiative launched
Industry partners have begun the first stage of a three-phase project to demonstrate carbon capture at scale onboard a vessel. GCMD, OGCI and Stena Bulk launched the project together with Alfa Laval, the ABS, Deltamarin and TNO... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:6-Oct-2022



With pension scheme set to expire next month, seafarers keep fingers crossed
With the pension scheme for the retired seafarers and widows set to expire in November, seafarers keep their fingers crossed over the fate of the scheme, throwing up questions about whether the government would honour its promise to make it permanent or give it another extension... -The Goan Everyday

Posted On:6-Oct-2022



Brittany Ferries calls on Govt to ’refocus’ on seafarers’ conditions
Brittany Ferries’ chief executive Christophe Mathieu has called on the UK Government to “refocus” its attention to improving conditions for those working in the Channel... -City A.M.

Posted On:6-Oct-2022



Lessons learned: Cadet injured while climbing
In its latest monthly safety scenario, the Swedish Club describes an incident where a cadet fell into the water along with a grab. The seafarer was diagnosed with serious injuries and internal bleeding... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:6-Oct-2022



Ireland: National Seafarer Wellness Conference - To Address Human Factors in the Maritime Industry
A "Seafarer Wellness" conference will be held in the National Maritime College of Ireland (NMCI) on Friday 7th October 2022, to address human factors in the maritime industry... -Afloat

Posted On:6-Oct-2022



Nigerian Seafarers group issue warning to NIMASA over unpaid crew
The Merchant Seafarers Association of Nigeria (MESAN) has warned the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) against issuing clearance for the sale of MT ADEBOMI 1, alleging that the vessel and its owners were owing Captain Williams Ogunsakin and his crew unpaid salaries... -Guardian Nigeria

Posted On:6-Oct-2022



Bunkerchain and S&P Global Intelligence to develop digital vessel identities
Singapore start-up Bunkerchain and S&P Global Intelligence have inked MoU to develop digital identities for vessels. The MoU signed on Wednesday was flagged up by Singapore’s Senior Minister of State for Finance and Transport... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:6-Oct-2022



Bureau Veritas White Paper looks at fuel alternatives for maritime sector
Bureau Veritas White Paper looks at fuel alternatives for maritime sector. Testing, inspection and certification firm Bureau Veritas (BV) has launched a detailed outlook on future maritime fuels in a new white paper, which calls for a “well-to-wake” (WtW) approach to assessing the climate impact and sustainability of alternative fuels... -Biofuels International Magazine

Posted On:6-Oct-2022



SIBCON 2022: Singapore sets out to drive transformation in bunkering
The Singapore International Bunkering Conference and Exhibition (SIBCON) returns for its 22nd edition from 4 to 7 October 2022, as the world’s largest forum for the marine fuel industry... -Manifold Times

Posted On:6-Oct-2022



"Overtime" Boxes Clog Nigeria’s Container Terminals
Container terminals try to discourage long dwell times for cargo, and Lagos’ gridlock shows why. Overtime cargo has been identified as a leading cause for the persistent port congestion in Nigeria. Official customs data show that over 8,000 overtime containers valued at $6 billion are abandoned at the major Nigerian terminals,.. -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:6-Oct-2022



US Coast Guard: Barge Groundings Increasing on Parched Lower Mississippi River
The U.S. Coast Guard says it is responding to an increasing number of barge groundings due to low water levels in the Lower Mississippi River. The Coast Guard on Tuesday said there were reports of barge groundings near Stack Island, Mississippi, with a waterway restriction from mile marker 478 to 492, and Memphis, Tennessee, with a waterway closure from mile marker 686 to 676... -gCaptain

Posted On:6-Oct-2022



48 people rescued by rescue ship in Mediterranean
The private rescue ship Louise Michel rescued 48 migrants from an overcrowded boat in the Mediterranean early on October 4. The rescue comes just a couple of days after the ship’s crew disembarked the last group of 88 rescued migrants in Sicily... -InfoMigrants

Posted On:6-Oct-2022



Maersk books six more methanol-fuelled boxships at HHI
Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller – Maersk has ordered an additional six large ocean-going vessels that can sail on green methanol. The six vessels will be built by South Korean shipbuilder HHI and have a nominal capacity of approx. 17,000 TEU... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:6-Oct-2022



General cargo ship bound for Russia disabled in Bosphorus
General cargo ship T-MOON suffered engine failure in Bosphorus at around 0240 LT Oct 5 near Yavuz Sultan Bridge, while transiting the Strait in northern direction, en route from Tuzla to Novorossiysk. Traffic Control Center tug responded, the ship exited Bosphorus and was anchored at Turkeli Anchorage,.. -Fleetmon

Posted On:6-Oct-2022


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