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More US gunboat diplomacy would just make things worse

Asiatimes 04 Jul 2022
On April 18, 2020, a Chinese survey ship accompanied by Coast Guard and maritime militia vessels approached a disputed area in Malaysia’s claimed EEZ where a drill ship – the West Capella – was operating under contract to Malaysia’s national oil company Petronas ... to another ship.
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ClassNK Releases Comprehensively Revised Structural Rules

The Maritime Executive 04 Jul 2022
Leading Classification Society ClassNK released a comprehensively revised version of Part C of its Rules and Guidance for the Survey and Construction of Steel Ships setting the requirements for hull structures on 1 July 2022 ... ....
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ASENAV Shipyards to Construct Fishery & Oceanographic Research Vessel

The Maritime Executive 02 Jul 2022
This construction is due to the need for the public institute to have a coastal ship to be able to carry out acoustic surveys of fishery resources, evaluation of biomass through acoustic methods in coastal sectors and inland waters, and collection of samples of different types of marine living beings.
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The market can bear rising prices – but not if people think they are being ripped off

Irish Independent 02 Jul 2022
... prices in the eurozone and third highest in the EU, especially when you look at the price of domestic produce like milk, cheese and eggs, which were 25pc higher than the EU average in a recent survey.There aren’t a lot of shipping, flying or transport costs there.
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OPEC oil output again misses target in June as outages weigh – survey

FX Empire 01 Jul 2022
LONDON (Reuters) – OPEC in June did not deliver on an oil output increase pledged under a deal with allies, a Reuters survey on Friday showed, as involuntary declines in Libya and Nigeria offset supply increases by Saudi Arabia and other large producers ... Supply from the 10 rose by just 20,000 bpd, the survey found.
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OPEC oil output again misses target in June as outages weigh, survey says

Reuters 01 Jul 2022
LONDON, July 1 (Reuters) - OPEC in June did not deliver on an oil output increase pledged under a deal with allies, a Reuters survey on Friday showed, as involuntary declines in Libya and Nigeria offset supply increases by Saudi Arabia and other large producers ... Supply from the 10 rose by just 20,000 bpd, the survey found.
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WWII ship USS Samuel B. Roberts found, is deepest wreck identified

The Jerusalem Post 01 Jul 2022
Roberts (a.k.a the Sammy B) was found last week off the island of Samar in the Philippines at a depth of 6,895 meters, making it the deepest shipwreck ever identified and surveyed, according to EYOS Expeditions and Caladan Oceanic who found the ship.  ... Although the ship was far outmatched by the warships in the Japanese fleet, Captain Robert W.
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Japanese Report: Wakashio had Left Route Before for Cellphone Signal

The Maritime Executive 30 Jun 2022
The Wakashio departed Singapore on July 14 and on July 15 and again on July 16, the ship left its planned route ... The preliminary report addresses the root cause, ie looking for the cellphone signals to make calls home, saying that high-speed data communication is possible from a ship with a flat-rate system.
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Charterer TGS set to take over Magseis Fairfield in $236m deal

Tradewinds 30 Jun 2022
A new seismic survey giant is being ...
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Headhunters, pirates and transported convicts: the files rescued from the 1922 fire at the Public Records Office

The Irish Times 30 Jun 2022
This plate is a hand-coloured ‘printers’ proof’ for an Atlas of Ireland by the creator of the Down Survey maps, Sir William Petty. This unpublished copy was seized by French privateers in 1707 while they were being shipped from Ireland to England. This document, and all of Petty’s notes and barony maps for the Down Survey of Ireland, were captured.
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Investors split on best green investment strategies

Seatrade Maritime News 28 Jun 2022
“Many industries are making the effort [to go green], but shipping, out of so many, is out in front.” ... On Day 2 of the conference, Malone presented deck of slides providing the results of a survey detailing the attitudes of investors who were looking at participating in shipping’s “voyage” towards decarbonization.
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Froth comes off demo market as owners keep old ships

Seatrade Maritime News 28 Jun 2022
Owners with no option but to recycle older ships, GMS said, because they may face another special survey, a ballast water system installation, and the prospect of new IMO carbon efficiency regulations next January, should adjust their price ideas ... Crashing currencies and plate prices result in reset for ship recyclers.
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Inmarsat & Thetius Report Explores Human Element in Digital Maritime

The Maritime Executive 27 Jun 2022
However, responses also reveal that shipping companies and technology providers have work to do to change crew misgivings over digital transformation at sea ... 78% of ship operators surveyed report having installed internet connectivity on board for the personal use by crew in the last five years.
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Australian plate influenced by the work of Picasso

Santa Barbara News-Press 27 Jun 2022
Picasso would have been proud ... The area was ‘first’ discovered by Captain Cook, as he surveyed the mountain range from his ship The Endeavor; that mountain range had sections that stood up like furnaces, and reminded Captain Cook of his home in England, and of the Glass House furnaces ... These mountains were formed 25 million years ago ... No wonder F.T ... .

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