The Floating Storage and Offloading (FSO) tanker J. NAT has been beached on the shipbreaking shores of Gadani, Pakistan despite clear warnings by Interpol and international civil society groups that the vessel contains high levels of toxics.
Archives for May 2021
International ship crews arriving at the Port of Long Beach and neighbouring Port of Los Angeles are receiving COVID-19 vaccinations as part of an ongoing partnership between the Port of Long Beach.
Algoma has entered into a contract with Yangzijiang Shipyard in Taicang City, China to build a new Seaway-Max self-unloading vessel for its domestic dry-bulk fleet.
The final milestone of the Aurora construction adventure was reached, on 31 May 2021, when the DP3 Cable Lay Vessel ‘Nexans Aurora’, the state-of-the-art flagship of the Nexans fleet, was delivered from Ulstein Verft.
Is it possible to transport an entire bio-oil plant via a port rather than overland? It is in Rotterdam. In destination country Sweden, they are already hard at work setting up the bio-oil pyrolysis plant, which was made to order in the Netherlands.
A cargo ship has capsized in the Castello port in Spain which has rendered 2 people missing and a search team involving 150 people have started looking for them.
The owners of the Singapore registered ship X-Press Pearl burning away near Colombo port are in trouble as Sri Lanka has decided to sue them for marine pollution.
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering won an order for a large LNG carrier, raising the pride of the famous LNG carrier construction company.
Indonesian Disaster Agency reported a deadly fire onboard a ship in the North Maluku province of Indonesia. The video shows how people wearing life jackets jumped into the sea to save themselves.