NYK mega container ship struck, badly damaged tanker in Perama, Greece

NYK mega container ship struck, badly damaged tanker in Perama, Greece
STEPAN KOTCHERGA September 26, 2019 http://maritimebulletin.net/2019/09/26/nyk-mega-container-ship-struck-ba...

US blacklists Cosco subsidiaries for allegedly violating Iran sanctions

US blacklists Cosco subsidiaries for allegedly violating Iran sanctions
Jason Jiang September 26th, 2019 https://splash247.com/us-blacklists-cosco-subsidiaries-for-allegedly-vio...

The US Department Of Treasury has announced sanctions on six Chinese companies, including subsidiaries of state-run shipping giant Cosco Shipping, as well as their officials for allegedly violating US sanctions by transporting Iranian oil.

Shipping industry hails women on World Maritime Day

Shipping industry hails women on World Maritime Day
Varsha Saraogi 26 Sept 2019 https://www.ship-technology.com/news/shipping-industry-hails-women-on-wo...

Companies across the globe are celebrating women’s contribution to the maritime industry, as World Maritime Day kicks off today with ‘Empowering Women in the Maritime Community’ as its main theme.

Ensuring the rights of nomadic seafarers

Ensuring the rights of nomadic seafarers
Report from UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Caroline Gluck | 25 Sep 2019 https://reliefweb.int/report/philippines/ensuring-rights-nomadic-seafarers

Abu Sayyaf Abducts Three Indonesian Seafarers

Abu Sayyaf Abducts Three Indonesian Seafarers
2019-09-24 https://www.maritime-executive.com/article/abu-sayyaf-abducts-three-indo...

ReCAAP ISC has issued a warning stating that on September 23 at about 1200 hrs, seven masked-men armed with high powered firearms such as M16, RPG and pistols abducted three Indonesian crew from a Malaysian fishing boat. The perpetrators are believed to be members of the Kidnap for Ransom Group (KFRG) in Sulu-based Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG).

MSC Seaman Charged In $1 Billion Cocaine Bust

MSC Seaman Charged In $1 Billion Cocaine Bust
Matteo Natalucci • 25 September 2019 https://www.porttechnology.org/news/msc-seaman-charged-in-1-billion-coca...

A US federal grand jury has indicted an MSC crew member for maritime drug-smuggling, a charge that carries a potential sentence of 10 years if convicted.

The crew members have been charged in connection with the discovery of 20 tons of cocaine aboard container ship MSC Gayane in June.

Chelsea shipping unit ramps up vessels

Chelsea shipping unit ramps up vessels
Denise A. Valdez September 25, 2019 https://www.bworldonline.com/chelsea-shipping-unit-ramps-up-vessels/

A SHIPPING subsidiary of Chelsea Logistics and Infrastructure Holdings Corp. is tapping a wholly owned subsidiary of Japan-based shipowner Kumiai Senpaku Co., Ltd. to ramp up its passenger vessels.

US blacklists Chinese companies for shipping Iran oil

US blacklists Chinese companies for shipping Iran oil
Aime Williams in Washington, Gregory Meyer in New York and David Sheppard in London
https://www.ft.com/content/9b61b4fa-dfc9-11e9-9743-db5a370481bc

Washington turns up pressure as it tries to shut off Tehran’s crude exports

The US has put sanctions on several Chinese companies and their top officials for allegedly shipping Iranian oil, putting dozens of supertankers off limits to western energy traders.

Stena Bulk Cries “Liar” As Iran Holds Onto Detained Oil Tanker

Stena Bulk Cries “Liar” As Iran Holds Onto Detained Oil Tanker
Tsvetana Paraskova - Sep 25, 2019 https://oilprice.com/Geopolitics/Middle-East/Stena-Bulk-Cries-Liar-As-Ir...

Two days after Iran said that the detained UK-flagged oil tanker was “free to leave Iran,” officials in the Islamic Republic said on Wednesday that the detention order had been lifted, but the tanker is still being detained because of the ongoing investigation.

Ships Set to Burn Raw Crude Oil to Beat New Clean Fuel Rules

Ships Set to Burn Raw Crude Oil to Beat New Clean Fuel Rules
Jack Wittels and Alex Longley (Bloomberg) September 25, 2019 https://gcaptain.com/ships-set-to-burn-raw-crude-oil-to-beat-new-clean-f...

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