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Officers and crew abducted from Davide B in Gulf of Guinea released and safe

(Apr 22 2021)

De Poli Shipmanagement are delighted to report that all fifteen of its officers and crew abducted from its vessel Davide B in the Gulf of Guinea on March 11 have been released and are now safe.



Castor Maritime Inc. announces vessel acquisition

(Apr 22 2021)

Castor Maritime Inc. (“Castor”, or the “Company”), a diversified global shipping company, announces that it entered, through a separate wholly-owned subsidiary, into an agreement to acquire a 2015 Chinese-built Kamsarmax dry bulk carrier from an una...



TEN Ltd announces 24-month charter for four Panamax tankers

(Apr 22 2021)

TEN, Ltd (“TEN” or the “Company”) announced 24-month charters with profit sharing provisions for four LR1 product tankers to an oil concern.



X-Gas Project leads the charge in next generation sustainable fuel transport & bunkering

(Apr 22 2021)

The X-gas Project is a series of innovative and unconventional, medium-capacity Liquified Gas / Gas bunkering tankers designed by KNUD E. HANSEN.



Euronav orders two newbuild VLCCs and one option to add a third

(Apr 22 2021)

Euronav NV (“Euronav” or the “Company”) today announces that it has entered into an agreement with the Hyundai Samho yard for two VLCC newbuilding contracts.



Oil tanker anchored off Cape Breton coast due to positive COVID-19 tests

(Apr 22 2021)

An oil tanker has been anchored off Cape Breton since Sunday because of concerns several crew members may have contracted COVID-19.



Pacific island nation not taking chances after body with Covid washes ashore

(Apr 22 2021)

A Pacific island country has banned outward travel from its main island for three days after a body washed ashore that later tested positive for Covid-19, Radio New Zealand has reported.



The Seafarers’ Charity awards grants to new online services to support seafarers

(Apr 22 2021)

Actioning their new strategic approach, The Seafarers’ Charity awarded a total of £844,760 to 17 organisations in its first meeting of this year’s grant programme.



Poten's Weekly Opinion: Guyana Revisited

(Apr 22 2021)

A welcome new addition to the crude oil export markets.



AET recognised with SRS Ship Owner of the Year at the Singapore International Maritime Awards (IMA)

(Apr 22 2021)

AET is delighted to announce that it has won the SRS (“Singapore Registry of Ships”) Ship Owner of the Year Award presented at the Singapore International Maritime Awards (IMA) ceremony held on Monday, 19 April 2021 as part of the Singapore Maritime ...



Alpha Ori Technologies secures $6m funding from Hafnia and BW LPG

(Apr 22 2021)

• Leading maritime digital solutions provider to aggressively accelerate along product roadmap and invest in future technologies. • Mikael Skov, CEO of Hafnia, to join the Alpha Ori Technologies board of directors.



ABS turns the focus on the GHG emissions of shipping’s value chain

(Apr 22 2021)

Landmark report offers unprecedented insight into GHG footprints.



2 sick crew medevaced from Suezmax crude oil tanker in France

(Apr 22 2021)

Suezmax tanker FARIWAY requested medical assistance for two sick crew members on the evening of April 20th off Le Havre, France.



Performance Shipping: aggressive fleet expansion targets likely to result in material dilution again

(Apr 22 2021)

Small Aframax tanker operator is facing substantial headwinds with the charter environment still weak and 60% of its fleet scheduled for five-year special surveys later this year.



Trafigura to co-sponsor development of MAN Energy Solutions ammonia engine

(Apr 21 2021)

Multinational commodity-trading company lends support to green initiative.




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