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Investigation of Nord Stream Pipelines Strengthens Sabotage Suspicions
A crime scene investigation of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines from Russia to Europe has strengthened suspicions of “gross sabotage” involving detonations, Sweden’s Security Service said on Thursday... -gCaptain

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



India’s ONGC to sell stalled west coast vessels, after years of delays
India’s Oil & Natiral gas Corporation (ONGC) is aiming to sell two mobile offshore production units (MOPU) intended for its west coast developments, after years of delay involving their conversion and modification projects... -Upstream Online

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



Mission to Seafarers maritime art prize winners announced
MISSION to Seafarers Victoria has announced the winners of the 2022 MSC Maritime Art Prize and Exhibition. The maritime art exhibition is an annual art competition hosted at the heritage-listed mission building in Melbourne’s Docklands for more than 20 years... -Daily Cargo News

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



Charity announces new neurodiversity survey for seafarers
NeurodiversAtSea, a seafarers’ neurodiversity charity, announced the launch of its first annual Neurodiversity Benchmark Survey. The survey aims to gather data in support of a maritime neurodiversity strategy... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



Cruise Ships: What Has Changed Post-Pandemic?
The Covid-19 pandemic hit us suddenly and caught us unaware. It crippled life in an unprecedented way and, in many ways, has changed our way of living forever. On land, the covid-induced lockdowns and social distancing- terms barely heard of before, became common terminology... -Marine Insight

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



New York Administration Mulls Over Chartering a Cruise to Shelter the Homeless
The New York administration is considering chartering a vessel from the Norwegian Cruise line for 6 months. If the deal goes through, the chartered vessel will be moored in Staten Island and serve as temporary housing for homeless asylum seekers who are flooding New York... -Fleetmon

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



IMO and Commonwealth Secretariat join forces for sustainable maritime development
The Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has signed a partnership agreement with the Commonwealth Secretariat, under which both organisations commit to strengthening the maritime and port sectors in selected developing countries through activities which will promote and facilitate the adoption of sustainable maritime transport systems and practices... -IMO

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



Study reveals that bio-LNG can contribute to maritime decarbonization
In Singapore, a new study commissioned by SEA-LNG has found that liquified bio-methane (bio-LNG) can make a major contribution to maritime decarbonization. Conducted by MESD CoE, the study explored questions around fuel availability, cost, lifecycle emissions and logistics, providing an overview of the applicability of bio-LNG as marine fuel... -Biofuels Digest

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



Digital Transformation of Maritime Sector in Saudi Arabia
As demand for sustainable cost-effective connectivity solutions soars, the maritime and logistics sectors in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are expanding towards an impressive paradigm-shifting era of digitalisation. With economic diversification, policy reforms, and foreign direct investments over the next five years, Saudi Arabia is gearing up to be the world’s premier maritime hub... -Arab News

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



Maritime CEO Forum Singapore: Shipmanagement in the 2020s
How should shipmanagers position themselves as service providers in the 2020s? Last week’s Maritime CEO Forum in Singapore served as an ideal sounding board to assess how managers must transform to stay relevant,.. -Splash 247

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



ATSB streamlines marine accident and incident reporting requirements
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) said it anticipates amendments to the Transport Safety Investigations Regulations (TSI Regulations), which detail the requirements for reporting transport accidents and incidents to the ATSB, will take effect on January 1, 2023... -Baird Maritime

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



Key reasons why methanol emerges as a leading alternative fuel - Interview
In an exclusive interview to SAFETY4SEA, Mr. Paul Hexter, President, Waterfront Shipping, outlines key advantages of choosing methanol as as fuel, citing their experience and future projects and discussing why methanol is considered a cost-competitive marine fuel and the best choice in the battle of alternative fuels... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



Container shipping set for short, sharp, hard landing
The container sector is heading for a short, sharp, hard landing as the supply chain normalises and large amounts of new tonnage hits the water, Maritime Strategies International’s (MSI) Adam Kent says in our latest podcast episode... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



Concept of world’s first large-scale hydrogen-powered catamaran unveiled
Sweden’s ferry company Gotland Company (Gotlandsbolaget) has unveiled the concept of Gotland Hydrocat, the world’s first large-scale, high-speed catamaran vessel powered by fossil-free hydrogen. With the ship in service from 2030, the distance between Gotland and the mainland will be further reduced and the crossing time will be under three hours... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



Feeder container ship disabled, towed back, Helsinki
Container ship SKALAR suffered electrical failure at around 1150 UTC Oct 5 shortly after unmooring, less than a mile off container terminal Vuosaari, Helsinki. The ship was disabled in exit fairway and understood, was anchored until tug or tugs responded... -Fleetmon

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



Vietnamese general cargo ship sank off Hai Phong
General cargo ship THANH DAT 18-BLC sank on Oct 2 some 12 nm SE of Hai Phong, Vietnam, Gulf of Tonkin. Ship’s superstructure including upper deck is partially above waterline. Wreck position is marked with buoy. Understood crew are safe, the ship was approaching Hai Phong en route from Phu My, southern Vietnam... -Fleetmon

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



Bulk carrier under tow after grounding, Canada
Bulk carrier ALE reportedly touched bottom or ran aground in Long Pond, Conception Bay, Newfounland, on Sep 14. The ship was refloated and anchored, but apparently, damaged, on Oct 4 she was taken on tow by 2 tugs (ATLANTIC FIR; ATLANTIC LARCH), to be towed to Les Mechins Canada, ETA Oct 10. While at anchor,.. -Fleetmon

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



Offshore supply tug fire, Greece
Fire erupted in engine room of offshore supply tug AEGEAN STAR at Alexandroupolis Port, northeast Greece, Aegean sea, in the morning Oct 6. Two fire engines and two tugs were deployed in fire fighting, fire wasn’t yet under control as of 1330 UTC... -Fleetmon

Posted On:7-Oct-2022



One crewman dead after Indian coastal vessel sinks off Maldives
Indian media reports that one person is confirmed dead as a result of a maritime incident wherein a coastal vessel transporting cargo sank in bad weather off Maldives on Saturday, October 1... -Baird Maritime

Posted On:7-Oct-2022


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