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12
Dec 2017

The purpose-built vessels, which will replace the Spirit of Tasmania I and Spirit of Tasmania II by 2021, are designed to run on LNG as well as conventional fuel.

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12
Dec 2017

PT2SB, a joint venture between Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS), Dialog Group Berhad (Dialog), the state of Johor (SSI) and Royal Vopak, confirms the financial facilities will be used to finance its industrial terminal in Pengerang, State of Johor, Malaysia.

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11
Dec 2017

The Japanese technology company has announced it will begin using the Neural Network Console provided by Sony Network Communications Inc., as part of a strategy to incorporate Artificial Intelligence (AI) into various ongoing ship-related technology projects.

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08
Dec 2017

The vessel integrates the functions of LNG loading, bunkering and container delivery.

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08
Dec 2017

The number of incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships between January and November 2017 was also the lowest in a 10 year reporting period.

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06
Dec 2017

MOL, Tohoku Electric Power, and  Namura Shipbuilding have jointly earned an Approval in Principle (AIP) from Lloyd's Register for the vessel.

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04
Dec 2017

The company formed between China Merchant Port Holding Company and the Sri Lanka Ports Authority is poised to officially take control of the Sri Lankan port on 8 December, but the current port management company finds itself at the centre of a port workers’ dispute.

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04
Dec 2017

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) is inviting Singapore-registered ships to collect and report their fuel oil consumption data during next year as it seeks to transition to a full requirement in 2019.

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01
Dec 2017

The China Maritime Safety Authority has begun a year-long inspection campaign in Hainan province which will target vessel compliance with MARPOL Annex VI and the Ballast Water Management Convention.

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24
Nov 2017

The company, formerly known as Raya International, increased its bunkering and trading revenue for Q3 2017 by RM 12.79 million ($3.1 million) to RM 32.96 million ($8 million) as compared to RM 20.17 million ($4.9 million) recorded in the corresponding quarter of 2016.

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