Multiple Storage Tanks on Fire at Deer Park Complex
Three Russian Shipyards Sanctioned Over Kerch Strait Incident
Shipyard Fire on Costa Smeralda Causes Minor Damage
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Multiple Storage Tanks on Fire at Deer Park Complex

Six petrochemical storage tanks are on fire at the International Terminal Co. storage farm at Houston's sprawling Deer Park refining complex. The fire began yesterday and spread quickly, and at its peak, seven filled tanks were alight. The affected tanks contain gasoline, xylene, naphtha...

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Three Russian Shipyards Sanctioned Over Kerch Strait Incident

Canada, the United States and the EU have imposed new sanctions on Russian entities in response to the Kerch Strait incident, including three shipyards.  The sanctions are a response...

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Shipyard Fire on Costa Smeralda Causes Minor Damage

Finish shipyard Meyer Turku has reported that there was a fire on the deck 15 of Costa Smeralda. There was stored equipment on fire, started by welding inside the ship. The fire ...

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Photos: Indian Coast Guard Rescues Six from Sinking Tug

On Monday morning, the Indian Coast Guard rescued six crewmembers from the water after their tug capsized and sank in the Arabian Sea. A seventh member of the crew is still missing. The I...

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Svitzer Hires First All-Female Tug Crew in Latin America

Towage operator, Svitzer has hired its first all-female crew in the Dominican Republic. The Svitzer Monte Cristi, a 70-ton tugboat, sails the waters of Rio Haina and Caucedo helping maneu...

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Timeline Pushed Back for Shore Pollution from Grande America Spill

The fuel oil pollution from the wreck of the con/ro Grande America will not reach shore this week, according to new projections by French response officials. Previous estimates indicated t...

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Maersk and Panama Canal Authority Join Low Carbon Alliance

The Panama Canal Authority and A.P. Moller – Maersk A/S are the latest entities to join the IMO-supported Global Industry Alliance to Support Low Carbon Shipping (GIA).   L...

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Japan Commissions Tenth Soryu-Class Submarine

The Japan Maritime Self Defense Force commissioned its 10th Soryu-class attack submarine on Monday. The submarine JS Shoryu was delivered by Kawasaki Heavy Industries, the shipbu...

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Destroyer Named to Honor U.S. Hospital Corpsman

A future Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer, DDG 130, in honor of Medal of Honor recipient, Hospital Corpsman Master Chief William Charette. ...

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Steven M. Cernak Dies, Age Sixty-Three

Port Everglades Chief Executive and Director Steven M. Cernak passed away over the weekend, following a long, valiant battle with cancer. He was the immediate past Chairman of the American Associat...

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CHIRP: Latest Bulletin Discusses ECDIS, Fatigue and Pilot Ladders

The CHIRP Charitable Trust has published Maritime Feedback 54, its first bulletin of 2019 which contains reports on lifting operations, rigid hull inflatable boat operations, AIS and ECDIS offsets ...

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Extreme Flooding Affects Inland Traffic in U.S. Midwest

In response to historic levels of flooding in Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa, the Coast Guard has closed a 70-mile section of the Missouri River to ensure the safety of navigation. Flooding on the Ill...

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