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Nigeria Turns To Tiny Tankers To Replace Big Broken Oil Pipeline

Nigeria is turning to a fleet of tiny river-going tankers to boost its oil production because one of its key oil pipelines has been broken for months

Chinese boxship becomes focus of Baltic pipeline damage probe

A Chinese containership is at the centre of a Finnish inquiry into possible sabotage of the Balticonnector gas pipeline linking Finland and Estonia

Harland & Wolff wins Cenovus FPSO upgrade contract

British shipbuilder and fabricator Harland & Wolff has secured a contract from Canadian oil and gas company Cenovus Energy for the mid-life upgrade of

Nordic American Tankers expands suezmax fleet with secondhand buy

Suezmax specialist Nordic American Tankers (NAT) is expanding its fleet with the purchase of a South Korean-built ship.The New York-listed firm did

Australia Convicts Master and Line for Pilot’s Injuries in Ladder Fall

Australia as part of its focus on maritime safety reports it took the unusual step of prosecuting and securing a conviction related to injuries to a

Report: Singapore Sees Dramatic Jump in Detentions Due to Shadow Fleet

A growing array of participants from around the shipping industry are raising concerns about the increasing dangers as the shadow fleet of tankers

Autonomous Vessel Operations Tested on Belgium’s Inland Waterways

Kongsberg Maritime completed its next demonstration of autonomous shipping technology using an inland waterway barge on a busy Belgian shipping route.

Methanol Bunkering Arrives in Antwerp and Scandinavia

Maersk and others have commented that having the supply of methanol will be one of the biggest challenges for their pioneering vessels.
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