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India: DP World to develop mega-container terminal at Deendayal Port
UAE-based logistics giant DP World has won a major concession to develop, operate and maintain the mega-container terminal at Deendayal port in Gujarat, on the western coast of India. The contract was awarded by the Deendayal Port Authority under on a Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) basis... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:3-Feb-2023



DNV: How can India achieve a sustainable maritime ecosystem
DNV has released a white paper which studies India’s potential to deliver a sustainable future for its maritime industry. Commissioned by the Royal Norwegian Consulate General in Mumbai, the ‘Indian Coastal Green Shipping Programme’ white paper offers recommendations based on the experience from Norway to build a greener shipping sector,.. -Safety4Sea

Posted On:3-Feb-2023



Maritime UK to inspire girls to consider maritime careers
Maritime UK has been awarded £100,000 in grant funding from the Merchant Navy Welfare Board (MNWB) on behalf of the Department for Transport (DfT) to deliver a Maritime Roadshow for Girls throughout 2023... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:3-Feb-2023



MSC Faith refloated after grounding in the Singapore Strait
An MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company-operated container ship that ran aground in the Singapore Strait on Wednesday has been refloated. The 14,300-teu MSC Faith was refloated in the early hours of Wednesday morning and moved to an anchorage off Batam for inspection, an Indonesian official told TradeWinds... -TradeWinds

Posted On:3-Feb-2023



How undersea cables may affect marine life
Submarine cables carry electricity and information across vast oceans and seas, but we're only beginning to understand their possible impact on delicate marine life. Tens of thousands of miles of cables crisscross our deep seas, ferrying data between continents and carrying renewable power from offshore energy platforms to the land... -BBC

Posted On:3-Feb-2023



The Norwegian ships that saved Tom Cruise’s Mission: Impossible
Come July 14th, a brand new instalment of Tom Cruise’s Mission: Impossible series will hit cinemas. Here’s how two Norwegian cruise ships became the safe haven for cast and crew throughout an extraordinarily lengthy and turbulent COVID-sponsored production... -World of Cruising

Posted On:3-Feb-2023



ICS publishes annual Shipping Industry Flag State Performance Table
The annual Shipping Industry Flag State Performance Table, published today from the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), highlights a 25% increase in flag states reporting on seafarer labour standards compared to last year. Each year flag states must report on labour standards as part of their ILO audit commitments... -ICS

Posted On:3-Feb-2023



Electrical component failure causes flame discharge, ATSB report
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) published its investigation report on the liquified hydrogen (LH2) carrier Suiso Frontier. According to the report, the failure of an incorrectly-fitted electrical solenoid valve led to the brief propagation of flame... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:3-Feb-2023



PCG, CHED join forces to improve training of Pinoy maritime students
The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) has partnered with the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to further improve the training system for maritime students in the country... -Manila Bulletin

Posted On:3-Feb-2023



Offshore Ship Shortage: Why Asia’s Offshore Wind Plans Are Stuck At Sea
Asian nations counting on offshore wind farms to meet clean energy goals are facing an increasing shortage of ships for installing the massive turbines in the sea. As countries embark on a rapid build-out of wind power in the next decade, builders can’t churn out the support vessels fast enough to keep up, shipping experts say.... -gCaptain

Posted On:3-Feb-2023



Investigation reveals cause of fire incident on world’s 1st LH2 carrier Suiso Frontier
Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ABTS) has concluded the investigation of a fire incident onboard the world’s first LH2 carrier Suiso Frontier that took place on 25 January 2022 on its maiden voyage... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:3-Feb-2023



Euronav says ousting of entire Supervisory Board not a good idea
Belgian tanker shipping company Euronav believes that the recent request from its shareholder Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB) to replace the entire Supervisory Board is not a good idea. CMB’s request came on the back of the fallout between Euronav and John Fredriksen’s Frontline on the planned mega-merger... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:3-Feb-2023



2 missing after cargo ships collide off western Japan
A Japanese cargo ship sank in the Seto Inland Sea off the western prefecture of Ehime after colliding with another cargo vessel, leaving two crew members missing, the coast guard here said. According to the Imabari Coast Guard Office, the 716-ton cargo ship Seiryu collided with the 499-ton Koei Maru off the coast of Imabari City... -Investing.com India

Posted On:3-Feb-2023



Container ship broke off her moorings at Wilhelmshaven
Container ship MSC CAGLIARI IV in the afternoon Feb 1, in strong wind, broke off her moorings at Wilhelmshaven container terminal, and drifted to Jade shipping lines. She was taken under control by tugs, and moved to berth. As of 0335 UTC Feb 2, the ship was lying along berth, with two tugs keeping her stable... -FleetMon

Posted On:3-Feb-2023



Bulk carrier explosion, 8 hospitalized, Vietnam
Explosion occurred on board of dry docked bulk carrier ORIENTAL GLORY at Nosco ShipYard, Hai Phong, Vietnam, in the morning Feb 2. Eight workers were hospitalized with injures and burns. The ship is under repairs since late Jan... -FleetMon

Posted On:3-Feb-2023



Sailor squashed by hatch covers
A horrible accident occurred on board of general cargo ship İBRAHIM SIMSEK on Feb 1, at Kartal anchorage, Istanbul, Marmara sea. One crew was caught between moving cargo hold folding hatch covers, and squashed to death. Video of the ship was taken from drone... -FleetMon

Posted On:3-Feb-2023


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