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India’s Megaport Ambitions Draw Strong Local Opposition
Local fishermen have set up a blockade in a months-long attempt to halt construction of Gautam Adani’s Vizhinjam container port. The plan is simple: the community has set up a small shelter in front of the entrance to prevent construction equipment from going in and out. Since August, this protest has halted progress on the $900 million project... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:25-Nov-2022



UN: Nigeria’s Pirates Switch From Kidnapping Seafarers to Stealing Oil
The Gulf of Guinea is witnessing a shift in the dynamics of piracy, with criminal networks moving away from targeting commercial maritime and switching to oil bunkering, theft and illegal fishing, a development that indicates the global community must remain vigilant... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:25-Nov-2022



Robberies on Ships Continue to Rise in the Singapore Strait
ReCAAP, the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery Against Ships in Asia, is again highlighting an increase in sea robbery incidents in the Singapore Strait. Several of the international programs monitoring and reporting on sea piracy and crimes against the shipping industry, have sounded the alarm about the region around Singapore Strait... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:25-Nov-2022



Free The Nigeria 26 - The Seafarers Who Have Been Unfairly Criminalised
Twenty-six seafarers who are held in Nigeria on charges of oil theft should be freed now, following confirmation from BP that their ship’s load was authorised, the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) has said. ITF’s Fair Practices Committee Steering Group (FPCSG) issued a statement last week demanding that Nigeria immediately releases and repatriates the seafarers... -Marine Insight

Posted On:25-Nov-2022



Startup Plans Alternative to Panama Canal with Automated Maglev System
A Florida-based startup is proposing a fully automated container transport system that would whisk containers via a tunnel across the Isthmus of Panama using Maglev technology... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:25-Nov-2022



Seafarers pension scheme extended for 6 more months
Days before the pension scheme for retired seafarers and widows could expire on November 30, the government renewed the pension scheme, but a permanent scheme for the seafarers has failed to become a reality till date... -The Goan Everyday

Posted On:25-Nov-2022



India: Odisha Unveiles New Port Policy To Attract Private Investment In Maritime Sector
With an aim to facilitate private investment in maritime sector, the Odisha State Cabinet led by Naveen Patnaik approved a new port policy last week. The State Government had formulated a Port Policy during the year 2004 for private participation in the development of ports... -Swarajya

Posted On:25-Nov-2022



Chief Engineer takes over his sinking ship in the US after Captain collapses
It was a miraculous escape for several Indian crew members on Thursday when MV Norfolk got grounded, risking potential environmental disaster in Houston, USA. However, at this critical juncture, Allwyn Jorge, the Goan Chief Engineer onboard the vessel, displayed courage by taking over the command and brought the ship to berth safely at Houston port... -Herald Goa

Posted On:25-Nov-2022



Shipping an easy target for regulators over bigger polluters
As the shipping industry is navigating the winds of change it is to blame for it becoming the focus of world regulators rather than other much heavy polluters, according to John Platsidakis. Shipping is a peripheral business entity so it was an easy target as it does not have strong political clout and the regulators had a more or less free go at it... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:25-Nov-2022



The Role Of Methanol In Shipping’s Energy Transition Explored At First London Methanol Summit
Leading players in the maritime industry joined ABS and the Methanol Institute (MI) for a deep dive into the potential of methanol as marine fuel to contribute to shipping’s decarbonization objectives... -Marine Insight

Posted On:25-Nov-2022



Saudi Arabia and Egypt sign MoU on mutual recognition of maritime certificates
Alexandria, Egypt: The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the Transport General Authority (TGA), signed a memorandum of understanding on mutual recognition of seafarers’ certificates between the government of the Kingdom and the government of the Arab Republic of Egypt... -ZAWYA

Posted On:25-Nov-2022



Samsung Conducts 500-Mile Test of Autonomous Navigation Technology
South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries completed a successful demonstration of its autonomous navigation technology using a 9,000-ton university training vessel sailing over 500 nautical miles in Korean waters... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:25-Nov-2022



Inability to retain seafarers can endanger maritime’s green transition
A recent report concluded that an inability to attract and retain seafarers can pose a significant challenge to the maritime industry’s transition. As DNV explained, both the interviews and the literature review underscored that attracting and retaining seafarers will be a challenge when it comes to implementing new onboard decarbonization-related technologies... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:25-Nov-2022



Four sailors die of electrocution on lunch cruise, captain ordered to pay blood money
Four sailors have died of electrocution on a lunch cruise due to negligence and a lack of appropriate safety measures put in place by the ship’s captain and owner. The Court of Misdemeanours and Violations convicted the captain and owner of negligence, ordering them to be imprisoned for six months, and to pay the legal blood money to the families of the deceased... -Khaleej Times

Posted On:25-Nov-2022



Korean tanker in Gulf of Guinea - missing?
Product tanker B OCEAN is said to be missing, with all communications lost, since Nov 23, in Gulf of Ginea, according to Trade Winds report. Piracy reporting body Maritime Domain Awareness for Trade Gulf of Guinea (MDAT GoG) suspects possible piracy... -FleetMon

Posted On:25-Nov-2022


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