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Inland cargo ship bridge destroyed by bridge, Netherlands
Inland cargo ship SOUTHFORD bridge was destroyed after she struck the bridge in Scheldt-Rhine Canal near Rilland, Zeeland, Netherlands, in the evening Aug 17. Why skipper mistook the height of his ship, and bridge’s elevation, is not yet known. Nobody was injured, bridge sustained minor damages... -Fleetmon

Posted On:19-Aug-2022



Vessel loaded with fuel engulfed in flames, Vanuatu
Fire erupted on board of landing craft WESTERN STAR and soon engulfed the vessel, on Aug 17 at South West Bay on Malekula island, Vanuatu. Pacific Energy has hired the vessel, Western Star to transport fuel to its clients in the islands. Fire is considered to be major, tug and emergency response teams are deployed. Three people were injured, one of them has been hospitalized... -Fleetmon

Posted On:19-Aug-2022



North Sea Port could become CO2 storage and liquefaction hub
Belgian energy infrastructure group Fluxys, steel and mining company ArcelorMittal Belgium and North Sea Port have started a feasibility study for the Ghent Carbon Hub project, an open-access CO2 storage and liquefaction hub in the Ghent part of North Sea Port... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:19-Aug-2022



Canada Releases Outcome of Environmental Measures for Cruise Ships
Earlier this year, the Canadian Government implemented rules and regulations to ensure cruising could resume in Canada but do so safely. In March, the Canadians announced the vaccination mandates, and in April, environmental measures were implemented to combat marine pollution in the highly fragile Canadian waters... -Cruise Hive

Posted On:19-Aug-2022



Retailers Face Inventory Glut as U.S. Consumers End Two-Year Buying Spree
US retailers that stockpiled goods to cushion against supply-chain snarls are finding inventory reduction to be challenging and costly as American households start to pull back from a two-year spending spree. With persistently hot inflation and the Federal Reserve raising interest rates, Walmart Inc., Target Corp. and others are seeing consumer preferences shift to basic goods including food and home essentials... -gCaptain

Posted On:19-Aug-2022



UK: Charity hoists national campaign to ’fly the Red Ensign’
A NATIONAL maritime charity is calling on the support of organisations and communities to show their support for the Merchant Navy. The Seafarers’ Charity is asking people across the UK to show their appreciation by flying the Red Ensign on this year’s Merchant Navy Day on September 3... -Yahoo!

Posted On:19-Aug-2022



ABS awarded US project on nuclear power for commercial shipping
With growing interest around nuclear power as propulsion for commercial shipping classification society ABS has been awarded a contract by the US Department of Energy (DOE) to research barriers into its adoption. The $800,000 research project will see ABS develop models of different advanced reactor technologies for maritime applications and develop an industry advisory on the commercial use of modern nuclear power... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:19-Aug-2022



India: AK-47 carrying boat is an Australian’s, drifted after sailors’ rescue
A boat with rifles aboard in a box was found in Raigad district’s Harihareshwar. Maharashtra Dy CM Devendra Fadnavis has briefed the state Assembly on it. According to Maharashtra Dy CM Fadnavis, the suspicious boat belongs to an Australian woman and it was going from Muscat to Europe. However, there is no confirmation of any terror angle as yet, but he also added that it is not ruled out either... -Republic World

Posted On:19-Aug-2022



Boat with weapons found off Indian coast, officials say no security threat
A boat with three AK-47 rifles and bullets was found off the Raigad coast in Maharashtra on Thursday, officials said adding that there was no security threat. According to officials, the crew members of this boat had been rescued in June this year near the Oman coast... -Onmanorama

Posted On:19-Aug-2022



Controlling hypertension at sea
Hypertension, or high blood pressure, can lead to stroke, heart and kidney disease and other serious medical conditions. A healthy diet, exercise and appropriate medication can reduce high blood pressure. Detection of elevated blood pressure is an essential first step in treatment of a condition that is a recurring cause of crew illness... -Gard

Posted On:19-Aug-2022



NYK starts operating hydrogen fuel-cell ready cranes
Japanese industry major NYK Line and compatriot UNI-X NCT have started operating four new transfer cranes at the NYTT. The cranes, developed by Mitsui E & S Machinery, are based, and each comes equipped with a downsized diesel engine that reduces CO2 emissions and diesel exhaust. The cranes’ engines can be replaced with a hydrogen fuel cell power supply in the future, NYK Line said... -Offshore Energy

Posted On:19-Aug-2022



These economies are set to lead shipping’s green transition
Shipping accounts for close to 3% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The latest IPCC reports have shown a pressing need to decarbonize all sectors, including heavy industry, and align with the goal of no more than 1.5°C of warming outlined in the Paris Agreement... -World Economic Forum

Posted On:19-Aug-2022



Bracing for the rising tide of cyber threats against the maritime industry
Accelerated digitalisation in the shipping industry is opening it to a sharp rise in cyber threats, Teo Xiang Zheng, Head of Advisory, Ensign InfoSecurity, examines the situation and the defensive actions companies can take. The infamous grounding of cargo ship Ever Given at the Suez Canal last year caused disruption to as much as S$10 billion worth of global trade per day due to the congestion of the critical trade route... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:19-Aug-2022



P&O Ferries owner reports record-breaking profits after mass sacking
The Dubai-based owner of P&O Ferries has been accused of behaving like “corporate gangsters” after celebrating record-breaking profits just months after sacking 800 of its UK-based workers without notice. DP World, which is ultimately owned by the Dubai royal family, said in March that firing 786 P&O seafarers and replacing them with much cheaper agency workers was the only way to ensure the “future viability” of the historic ferry business... -The Guardian

Posted On:19-Aug-2022



Draft Indian Ports Bill issued for stakeholder consultation
As part of its plan to revamp the British era legislation for the port sector, the government has issued Draft Indian Ports Bill, 2022 for stakeholder consultation. The draft has been prepared to consolidate and amend the laws relating to ports, for the prevention and containment of pollution at ports and to ensure compliance... -Mint

Posted On:19-Aug-2022


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