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16
May 2018

The vessels, which will be built by Damen Shipyards, will be operated by the Ecuadorian tanker company’s subsidiary DLEN S.A.

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15
May 2018

There has been a ‘significant’ rise in the number of gas carriers moving through the Panama Canal in 2017 and in the first months of 2018 – and changes in trading patterns are also underway, says Silvia de Marucci of the Panama Canal Authority.

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14
May 2018

The US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, affirming an earlier judgment issued by the Northern District Court of Florida, has ruled that Martin Energy Services should be awarded the value of the fuel supplied to the M/V Bravante VIII, operated by Brazilian shipping company, Boldini Ltd.

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14
May 2018
A Curacao court’s decision to give authorisation to ConocoPhillips to impound some $636 million in assets owned by the Venezuelan state oil company is the latest turn in a long-running dispute which relates to the nationalisation of the US oil company’s projects in Venezuela in 2007.
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11
May 2018

Nitta Kisen Kaisha Ltd, a Japanese shipping company that delivered steel products to Wilmington, NC, has been convicted and sentenced for obstruction of justice and falsification of an Oil Record Book to cover-up intentional oil pollution from the MV Atlantic Oasis.

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09
May 2018

The Federal Transportation Administration (FTA) has awarded the Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) a $5 million 2017 Passenger Ferry Grant Programme grant for the mid-life refurbishment of the MV Solano, which is expected to cut overall vessel emissions by 90%.

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09
May 2018

Alberta, through its Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) initiative, will provide the company, formerly known as Field Upgrading, with funding for its CLEANSEAS demonstration project.

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08
May 2018

Challenge Fisheries LLC, Quinn Fisheries Inc., Charles Quinn II, and Charles Quinn III have agreed to pay a total of $414,000 in civil penalties relating to oily bilge discharges from the commercial fishing vessel Challenge, and a related fuel oil discharge in August 2017 in New Bedford Harbor, Massachusetts.

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08
May 2018

TOTE Maritime Alaska is adjusting its LNG conversion schedule and has elected to delay the upcoming Midnight Sun LNG conversion phase-1 dry-dock by one year.

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03
May 2018
Prevention at Sea has been recognised as a manufacturer and distributor of the Panamanian Oil Record Book in electronic format.
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