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Panama Canal Gathers Industry Feedback on Tolls Structure Proposal
On July 24, the Panama Canal held a public hearing on its tolls structure modifications proposal, marking the culmination of the formal consultation period for industry feedback.
"The public hearing is an invaluable part of the process," Jorge L. Quijano, Panama Canal Administrator, said.
"We appreciate the input we received today from the maritime community and will ensure all is carefully considered for the new tolls structure."
After a careful evaluation and an analysis of the comments received and incorporating all considerations into the structure, the Panama Canal Board of Directors will approve the final proposal to be presented to the Cabinet Council of the Republic of Panama, which will officially approve the modifications.
As informed, the proposed date for implementation of the modifications to the tolls structure is January 1, 2020.
First announced in June 2019, the proposed modifications aim "to increase transparency and flexibility, to ensure the waterway remains competitive and optimal for the industry today and moving forward."
Specifically, the proposed tolls modifications include the dry bulk, passenger, containership, vehicle carrier and RoRo, tanker and gas carrier, small vessel as well as containers on deck segments.

Posted On:25-Jul-2019



Maersk Tankers Names Its Seventh Samsung-Built MR2 Unit
Denmark s Maersk Tankers held a naming ceremony for its newest tanker at Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) Ningbo shipyard in China on July 24.
The vessel was officially named Maersk Crete. It is the company s 17th medium range 2 (MR2) newbuilding.
The company is currently undertaking a 19-vessel fleet renewal program in the MR2 segment. The tankers are built by SHI and Sungdong Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering.
The 52,914 cbm Maersk Crete features a length of 183 meters and is Singapore-flagged. It is the third Samsung-built MR2 to be delivered to Maersk Tankers this year.
Another two units from the batch remain to be delivered, according to VesselsValue data, one in 2019 and one in 2020.

Posted On:25-Jul-2019



Vladimir Rusanov Ships Yamal LNG Cargo to China via Northern Sea Route
Vladimir Rusanov, an icebreaking LNG carrier, has completed the Northern Sea Route (NSR) passage via the eastern direction and delivered a cargo of LNG produced by the Yamal LNG project to China.
The 168,560 cbm vessel shipped LNG from the Russian port of Sabetta to the Chinese port of Tianjin, Russian natural gas producer Novatek said.
As informed, the 2018-built Vladimir Rusanov transited the ice-covered part of the route in only six days, setting a new record for independent passage via the NSR without icebreaking support with cargo onboard.
The total voyage time from Sabetta to the destination port was completed in a record sixteen days, which is less than half the time required to transport a cargo of LNG along the traditional westbound route via the Suez Canal and the Strait of Malacca.
"For the second year in a row, our Arc7 ice-class LNG tankers were once again the first ships to open the summer navigation period via the Northern Sea Route," Lev Feodosyev, First Deputy Chairman of the Management Board at Novatek, commented.
"This voyage set a number of records for the passage time of the ice part of the NSR, and for the total voyage time to China from the Russian Arctic region. These achievements were made possible due to the accumulated ice navigation experience and the outstanding ice performance characteristics of LNG tanker fleet designed specifically for our Yamal LNG project."
Built at Korean Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Shipbuilding (DSME) shipyard, Vladimir Rusanov is jointly owned by Japanese Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and China COSCO Shipping Corporation Limited. Together with its sister vessels Vladimir Vize and Nikolay Urvantsev, Vladimir Rusanov has been contracted to transport LNG for the Yamal LNG Project.

Posted On:25-Jul-2019



Two Chinese fishing vessels aground, Cape Verde
Two Chinese fishing vessels, RUITAIFEN 903 and LIAN RUN 35, drifted aground on a coast of Lazareto, Sao Vicente island, Cape Verde, in the afternoon Jul 23. One of vessels was anchored off coast, with another moored alongside. Both vessels reported to be owned by Dalian Lianrun Pelagic Fishing Co. Ltd, though LIAN RUN 35 is Guinea Conakry flagged.

Posted On:25-Jul-2019



Keppel Nantong Splashes First LNG Carrier for Stolt Nielsen
China s Keppel Nantong Shipyard has launched the first of two new 7,500 cbm LNG carriers it is building for Oslo-listed shipowner Stolt Nielsen.
According to ship designer Marine Engineering Services, the launch ceremony took place on July 20, ahead of the shipís scheduled December 2019 delivery.

Posted On:25-Jul-2019



Worker Dies while Breaking Evergreen Marine Ship at Chittagong Yard
One worker lost his life in an incident at a shipbreaking yard in Chittagong, Bangladesh, while scrapping a vessel owned by Taiwanese shipping company Evergreen Marine, the NGO Shipbreaking Platform said.
Local reports say that the man was cutting the containership Ever Union at Kabir Steel s Khawja yard when he fell from a great height. Unfortunately, he died on the spot.

Posted On:25-Jul-2019



King Abdullah Port in Mega Crane Delivery
Saudi Arabia s largest container terminal at the King Abdullah Port is getting a boost in capacity after receiving 28 new cranes.
With the addition of 20 gantry cranes and 8 ship-to-shore (STS) cranes, the portís yearly capacity will be raised to five million TEU.

Posted On:25-Jul-2019



Jamaica Growing As Major Bunkering Hub And Ready For IMO2020
With its geographical advantage, Jamaica is taking steps to become a true logistics hub for the Caribbean region. The projected increase in shipping traffic made possible by the widening of the Panama Canal, will provide the opportunity for Jamaica to capitalise on a greater demand for bunkers. In light of all this, on January 1, 2020, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) will implement a new regulation - dubbed IMO 2020 - where vessels will only be allowed to use fuel with a maximum sulphur content of 0.50 per cent as against the current limit of 3.50 per cent.

Posted On:25-Jul-2019



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Blume Global and Fenix Marine Services to Co-Innovate Customer Centric Terminal Solution to Support Busiest Container Port in Western Hemisphere.
Blume Global, a leader in global logistics and digital supply chain solutions, today announced that it has entered into a partnership with Fenix Marine Services, Ltd. ("FMS" or "Fenix") to develop an innovative, expedited VIP platform for FMS terminal customers in the Port of Los Angeles.

Posted On:25-Jul-2019



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Colombo Port to CPC Kolonnawa storage terminal complete
The project to install a new oil pipeline connecting the Colombo Port to the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation(CPC) Kolonnawa storage terminal has been successfully completed, the Managing Director of Ceylon Petroleum Storage Terminals Ltd. (CPSTL) M.R.M. Z. Abdeen said yesterday.

Posted On:25-Jul-2019



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French energy firm Total picks up 50 per cent stake in Dhamra LNG Terminal
French oil and gas giant Total SA has taken a 50 per cent stake in Dhamra LNG Terminal Pvt Ltd (DLTPL), a unit of Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd (APSEZ), which is constructing a 12 million tonne per annum (mtpa) LNG regasification terminal at its port located at Dhamra in Odisha s Bhadrak district.

Posted On:25-Jul-2019



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