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PM Modi speaks about India’s Deep Ocean Mission; Here is what it is
On the occasion of the 75th Independence day, PM Modi in his Independence Day Speech from Red Fort, Delhi, spoke about India expanding the Deep Ocean Mission and Space Mission, while Indian Space Missions gets a lot of coverage, let us find out what the Indian Deep Ocean Mission or Samudrayaan mission is all about... -Times Now

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



Indian Navy hoists Tricolour in every continent on Independence Day
The Indian Navy, Indian Army, and Indian Air Force are celebrating India’s 76th Independence Day with zest and fervour. Indian Navy ships made commemorative visits to overseas ports on every continent (except Antarctica) as part of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav to mark India’s 75th anniversary of independence... -Mint

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



India’s first indigenous hydrogen-fuelled electric vessel to arrive next year
India’s first indigenously built hydrogen-fuelled electric vessel is planned to be delivered by March/April 2023, ANI reported, citing Madhu S Nair, Chairman and Managing Director of Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL). Back in April this year, the country’s Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways announced the innovative project, kick-starting India’s efforts towards green shipping... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



Oil spill contingency planning strengthens maritime security
Oil spill contingency planning is the process of developing a suitable spill response capability with guidance on the contingency planning process for potential oil spills in or on water following an accidental release of oil to a marine or aquatic environment, whether that be during the handling, transport, production or storage of oil products... -ZAWYA

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



U.K. Announces New Maritime Strategy
The United Kingdom has released its new national strategy for maritime security (NSMS) to set out the government’s activity to develop national and global maritime security over the next five years. It builds on messages from the Global Britain in a Competitive Age: the Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development and Foreign Policy and Maritime 2050 and was compiled with input from across government, academia and industry... -HSToday

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



The Panama Canal Marks its 108th Anniversary
The Panama Canal celebrates its 108th anniversary today, a legacy marked by continued contributions to international trade and record-breaking figures in recent years. Since its inauguration on August 15, 1914, and even more so with the Expansion of its capacity in 2016, the Panama Canal has leveraged its geographic location to reshape world commerce,.. -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



Seafarers Abandoned On Ship For 6 Months Without Pay, Power And Provision
The Port of Dakar in Senegal has said it is too busy to rescue a cargo ship at its anchorage which has been without electricity and sidelights for months, putting its seafarers and those on passing ships in grave danger – especially at night. The MV Onda (IMO 8912467) was declared abandoned in December 2021 and has now been at Dakar for more than five months... -Marine Insight

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



Vietnam Maritime Administration formulates green ports criteria
The Việt Nam Maritime Administration is gathering comments on a proposed set of criteria for recognising green ports. The criteria are expected to push port-managing firms to embrace green development, improving their competitiveness and ensuring sustainability. A green assessment will be carried out every three years... -EIN News

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



Remembering Canada’s own Titanic-like maritime disaster
I’m willing to bet nearly everyone reading this story has heard about the maritime disaster that was the Titanic — the British passenger liner that struck an iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland 110 years ago, killing more than 1,500 of its 2,200 passengers. Award-winning movies, books, and plays have ensured the immortality of what was presumed to be an unsinkable ship... -TVO Today

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



New Cyprus Operational Centre Boosts Danica s Crewing Network
Danica Crewing Specialists continues to expand and we are pleased to announce the opening of our new operational centre in Limassol Cyprus. Danica continues to expand its network of recruitment offices in new countries and the new Cyprus regional centre will provide a central operations coordination centre to strengthen the company’s one-contact-point service policy, giving our clients access to an exceptional number of seafarers... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



Survey puts financial assistance at top of Ukrainian seafarers support wishlist
Organisations supporting seafarers impacted by the ongoing war in Ukraine feel the need to focus their efforts on providing further financial assistance, a survey shows. According to a tally of 100 organisations from all over the world taken by the SIRF and Ukraine Charity Co-ordination Group,.. -TradeWinds

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



Russian fishermen violated shore leave regulations, took the skiff towards area with military restrictions
Crew members from Murmansk-based trawler “Melkart-5” is fined by police after they lowered a small boat on the water and left the harbor area in Kirkenes. Norway is the only EU-associated country allowing Russian fishing vessels to make port calls... -The Independent Barents Observer

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



Sunken Fishing Vessel Spilling Oil Off San Juan Island
A commercial fishing vessel that sank Saturday near San Juan Island, Wash. is spilling oil, the U.S. Coast Guard said. All five crewmembers from the sinking Aleutian Isle were rescued by a Good Samaritan, and no injuries have been reported... -MarineLink

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



Top Experts to Explore Greener and More Innovative Shipping in Miami
The 2nd American Greentech and Decarbonizing Shipping Forum will gather major shipowners, service providers, research and government bodies, eager to share their insights and network in Miami on October 11, 2022... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



Singapore Bunker Fuel Sales Hit Seven-Month High in July
Marine fuel sales in Singapore, the largest bunkering hub in the world, rose by 10% month-on-month to a seven-month high of 4.12 million tonnes in July, latest data from the Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) of Singapore showed... -gCaptain

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



Details of EU Ban on Russian Coal and Fertilizers Jolts Ship Insurers
The European Union jolted insurers and shippers by clarifying that a ban on EU entities servicing exports of Russian coal and some fertilizers applies to shipments anywhere in the world. An EU ban on imports of Russian coal and other goods into the 27-nation bloc started on Aug. 10, following a wind-down period of four months... -gCaptain

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



FPSO Off Australia Forced to Shut Down After Leak for Further Repairs
A problematic FPSO unit located offshore in Australia has been forced to shut down for the second time in recent weeks to undergo repairs after the operator reported a leak in a tank that resulted in an oil spill around the vessel in June. Singaporean company Jadestone Energy said it was suspending production at its Montara oilfield after the discovery of more defects on the Montara Venture FPSO... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



Ro-ro grounding in Gulf of Suez
Saudi ro-ro cargo ship ALNAWA EXPRESS is understood to run aground at around 0420 UTC Aug 14 north of Ras Gharib, Egypt, Gulf of Suez, while en route from Suez to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, with cargo of cars on board. According to report, the ship suffered mechanical failure and had to anchor, later she drifted aground in stormy conditions... -Fleetmon

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



Capesize and Panamax bulk carriers collision
Report emerged on the collision of Capesize bulk carrier BRAVE SAILOR and Panamax bulk carrier LUCKY JOY, which took place on Jul 29 at Singapore bunkering anchorage. LUCKY JOY management filed a case and applied to Ningbo Maritime Court for BRAVE SAILOR arrest in China... -Fleetmon

Posted On:16-Aug-2022



Tanker disabled while entering Bosphorus
Product tanker JANAKI suffered engine failure while entering Bosphorus from Marmara sea at around 1620 UTC Aug 13, en route from Egypt to Russia, Black sea, Istanbul Traffic Control Center tugs responded, tanker was taken to Bakirkoy anchorage, Istanbul, Marmara sea, anchored at around 1840 UTC... -Fleetmon

Posted On:16-Aug-2022


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