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Offshore Wind Research Funded by Shell at Former Avondale Shipyard Site.
Space X: Rig-Based Offshore Launch Platforms on Hold.
Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA): Oil Cap Price Costs Russia $170 Million Per Day.
A Pollution-Control Response Triggered After ATB Tug Partially Sank on Monday at Milwaukee Port.
New Steel For Ammonia And Hydrogen Shipping by DSME and POSCO.
Tanker Captured Stealing Oil Burned by Nigerian Navy.
Russian Oil Embargo May Not Apply to Pilotage Services in The EU.
Maersk: Possible Significant Customer Surcharges Due to Proposed EU Emissions Trading System (ETS).
Palios Family to Fund The Acquisition of its Sixth Aframax With a Loan Agreement.
By Moving Ships Across its Subsidiaries, Carnival Streamlines Operations.
Grain And Steel are Being Extracted From Ukraine's Ports, According to Russian Media.
France And The EU Ask For Release of The Greek Tankers Amid Renewed Threats by Iran.
Women in Maritime International Day – 18 May.
Vietnam Intends to Invest $1.5 Billion in a National Shipping Line.
The Montreux Convention, And Its Impact on Ukraine.
The Maiden Voyage of The World's First LNG-fuelled Bulk Carrier Officially Launched.
Maersk Drilling And Port Esbjerg Join Forces For Green Energy.
Hyundai-Daewoo Shipbuilding $2 billion Merger, Blocked By The EU.
The platform load-out operation for the Kincardine Offshore Wind Farm has been completed by Mammoet.
In the Tianjin Port Expansion, COSCO Opens a Zero-Emissions Terminal
Three ships were seized at Indian scrapyards with false identities.
LNG Bunker Vessel with SWATH Approved by RINA for Safer Sea Handling
Maersk makes a $3.6 billion acquisition, while Logistics Operations are still being built.
Shipping companies feel the heat as investors shun coal
White House looks to move quickly on $17 billion revamp of U.S. ports
Maersk: Supply Chain Constraints To Continue Until The First Quarter Of Next Year
A $10bn bill on zero-carbon goal of Japanese Shipping
Shipping Stocks Reach Fresh Highs Despite Covid-Era Supply Challenges
Ever Given, forgiven? The ship that blocked Suez Canal in March, crosses the canal again
Iran warns of response if security threatened after ship attack -TV
Greenstat And Everfuel Team Up on Norway’s Hydrogen Supply
Ever Given Set to Depart Suez Canal on Wednesday
Port of Singapore Sees A 4.6% Container Growth as New Companies Set Up
Launching of The World’s First Label for The Ocean Protection: Ocean Approved
World’s Ocean Day 2021
Carbon Capture Key to Decarbonization By Offshore Energy and Maritime Sectors
Eleanor Roosevelt, LNG Powered Vessel, Has Been Officially Unveiled
Maritime: Ship Owners to Snap Up Bulkers in The Newbuilding Market - Richard Oyamo reports