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India: IOC and EIL plan LNG terminal in Iraq
A team comprising members from the state-run Indian Oil Corporation and Engineers India Ltd will soon be traveling to Iraq to assess the feasibility of establishing a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal and transporting the gas to India. Currently, Iraq lacks the necessary technology to capture gas from its hydrocarbon blocks, resulting in the gas being burned and released into the environment... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



Impact of IMO’s Decarbonization Targets on the Shipping Industry
The recent agreement by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) on decarbonization targets has left the shipping industry with mixed reactions. For tanker and bulker owners, the agreement is seen as a win as it introduces more uncertainty about future regulations, limiting the ordering of new ships... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



IMO Piracy Report: 20 ships attacked during June
International Maritime Organization (IMO) has published its Monthly Piracy Report for the month of June, where piracy incidents are presented. The following acts of piracy and armed robbery allegedly committed against ships reported by Member States or international organizations in consultative status... -SAFETY4SEA

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



Philippines: Marcos orders agencies to improve seaman training
PRESIDENT Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr. on Thursday urged state agencies concerned with the maritime industry to bolster ties with the Philippine Merchant Marine Academy (PMMA) to improve local seafarer training and education... -BusinessWorld Online

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



Wakashio grounding report released after 3 years
The Panama Maritime Authority has released its investigation report on the grounding of the bulk carrier Wakashio off the coast of Mauritius almost three years ago. The incident occurred on July 25, 2020, when the ship, empty of cargo, ran aground on a reef off Pointe d’Esny during its voyage from Singapore to Brazil... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



Boatyard introduces A.I. assistant
Boatyard announced the launch of Boatyard.ai, the industry's first virtual AI assistant for recreational boaters. Boatyard.ai is a tool that harnesses the power of AI and applies it to the boating industry, with the goal of revolutionizing the way boaters access information, maintain their boats, and enhance their boating experiences... -Boating Industry

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



Newly-appointed Indian Coast Guard DG Rakesh Pal vows to strengthen maritime security
Indian Coast Guard Chief Rakesh Pal spoke on how coast guards are working against smuggling and terrorism on the coastlines of India on July 20. He said that he is honoured and privileged to take over as 25th chief Director-General of the Indian Coast Guard and he has been associated with his service and priorities to make sure to fulfil their coast guard duties... -Times of India

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



Seafarers 'critical' in IMO's revised GHG reduction strategy
Seafarers’ unions have won landmark commitments to a Just Transition for the world’s maritime workforce as part of the IMO’s decision to adopt a new greenhouse gas reduction strategy. Just Transition is also about supporting workers and communities to play an active role in shaping the coming technological and economic changes... -Splash 247

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



Groundbreaking Initiative for Zero-Emission Shore Power Systems Launched in Japan
A group of Japanese organizations have embarked on a groundbreaking initiative to advance standardized, zero-emission shore power systems. This comes as Japanese ports and coastal industrial zones account for approximately 60% of the country’s CO2 emissions and are therefore a prime target for decarbonization... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



Canadian Port Strike Withdrawn as Prime Minister Gets Involved
Plans to resume the dockworkers' strike at Canada’s West Coast ports on Saturday, July 22, were withdrawn by the International Longshore & Warehouse Union after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau began discussing the situation with his minister and advisers... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



IMO, Global Maritime Training Institutions Foster Cooperation
A joint meeting of senior officials from IMO, WMU and IMO IMLI has been held (13 July), to enhance cooperation between IMO and its two global maritime training institutions on key strategy matters and common policy areas of interest and align the institutions' work with IMO objectives and goals... -Mirage News

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



Container ship Evacuated After Listing and Losing Boxes
A smaller container ship anchored off Taiwan’s Kaohsiung port is listed and was evacuated today. The port authority temporarily closed the port as salvage teams were working to stabilize the vessel and retrieve containers that have fallen into the ocean. The Angel is a 21-year-old containership that arrived in Taiwan on July 4 from Dalian, China... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



New Multinational Task Force Conducts Maritime Training in the Seychelles
Combined Maritime Forces, the world’s largest multinational naval partnership, completed a two-week training mission in the Indian Ocean island nation of the Seychelles, July 14, to enhance operational readiness for 160 participants from five nations... -HSToday

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



IMO and South Korea to fund sustainable maritime projects
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) and the Republic of Korea have signed three agreements worth over $12m to boost the funding of foreign aid projects focusing on maritime sustainability in Asia. The Official Development Assistance (ODA) will support three projects... -Ship Technology

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



Stream Marine To Train Seafarers with Launch of 2 Cadetship Programs
Stream Marine Careers (SMC), a leading officer cadet training management company, has announced the launch of new cadetship programs for Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines and Sølvtrans. SMC has seen a significant increase in the number of cadets under its management over the past year and aims to continue growing in the next two years... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



SHI signs biggest deal ever with Evergreen
Samsung Heavy Industries has secured a groundbreaking shipbuilding contract worth KRW 3.99 trillion (US$3.11 billion), the largest ever for a single contract with the yard. This deal surpasses Samsung Heavy Industries’ previous record of KRW 3.33 trillion for 12 LNG tankers... -Crew Mirror

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



MSC Cruises says it will meet the 40 pct reduction target ahead of 2030
MSC Cruises, the cruise division of Swiss shipping giant MSC Group, has achieved a drop in carbon emissions intensity worth 33.5 percent since 2008, and is on track to achieve its 40 percent reduction target ahead of 2030, the company revealed in its sustainability report for 2022... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



Cargo ship capsized in NW Borneo waters, all crew missing
Cargo ship TUNG SUNG capsized in the morning Jul 20 near Kuching, Malaysia, northwest Borneo. Understood all crew are missing, exact number unknown, at least 9 people. No more details available at the moment... -FleetMon

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



Container ship broke off moorings at Koper, Adriatic
Container ship MAERSK HOUSTON broke off her moorings at Koper Port, Slovenia, late at night Jul 19, when strong wind with gusts up to 130 kilometers/hour struck Koper and port. The ship started to drift towards passenger terminal, situated across the basin... -FleetMon

Posted On:21-Jul-2023



Turkish freighter aground in Kattegat
General cargo ship DEFENDER ran aground east of Aarhus in Kattegat, in Danish waters, at around 0440 UTC Jul 18. The ship sailed into shallow waters with depths less than ship’s draft, and she looks to be hard aground, because she ran aground at full speed... -FleetMon

Posted On:21-Jul-2023


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