Maritime: Singapore Retains Position As World’s Top City

Maritime: Singapore Retains Position As World’s Top City

Singapore has retained its position as the leading maritime city in the world, followed by Rotterdam and London, according to the 2024 Leading Maritime Cities (LMC) report. The city-state, with its large owned and managed vessel fleets, strategic geographic advantages,...
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Shell Sues FIrm As NLNG Risks Sanctions From UK Court

Shell Sues FIrm As NLNG Risks Sanctions From UK Court

FOLLOWING restriction of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) supply to its customers, Shell Plc has made claims against Venture Global LNG(VGL), a United States-based LNG exporter, for its breach of contract to supply LNG cargoes.Also, Nigeria LNG may risk sanctions f...
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NDDC To Fast-Track Work On Army Jetty In Delta State

NDDC To Fast-Track Work On Army Jetty In Delta State

The Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, is to fast-track the construction of the Army Jetty and other projects being executed for the Nigerian Army at the 3 Battalion, Nigerian Army Barracks in Effurun, Delta State. Speaking while inspecting the project....
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Firm Completes First Ship-To-Ship Transfer

Firm Completes First Ship-To-Ship Transfer

Navigator Holdings (Navigator Gas), a UK-headquartered owner and operator of a fleet of handysize liquefied gas carriers, has performed its first ship-to-ship ammonia transfer. Navigator Gas’ 38,000 cbm liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) carrier NAVIGATOR JORF re...
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IMO Secretary-General Congratulates NIMASA DG, Mobereola

IMO Secretary-General Congratulates NIMASA DG, Mobereola

The Secretary General of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Arsenio Dominguez has congratulated the Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, Dr. Dayo Mobereola on his appointment by President Bola Ahmed Tin...
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FG Inaugurates 6,000 TEU Capacity Private Jetty, Container Terminal At Apapa

FG Inaugurates 6,000 TEU Capacity Private Jetty, Container Terminal At Apapa

THE Federal Government has inaugurated a newly constructed 6,000 TEU capacity private Jetty and Container Terminal in Apapa, Lagos. Mr Mohammed Bello-Koko, the Managing Director of the NPA, who commended the project during the inaugural ceremony on Monday, sai...
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Nigeria, Spain To Deepen Maritime Security Cooperation

Nigeria, Spain To Deepen Maritime Security Cooperation

The Spanish Ambassador to Nigeria, Ambassador Juan Ignacio Sell has declared that the Spanish Government is desirous to deepen cooperation with Nigeria through further collaboration with the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA)...
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UK Backs Creation Of Green International Shipping Routes

UK Backs Creation Of Green International Shipping Routes

The UK government has revealed it will launch the bidding process for the £1.5 million ($1.9 million) funding aimed at establishing zero-emission shipping routes to and from the UK.  The latest round of the Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition (...
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Chevron Charters First Electric Tanker For Maritime Customers

Chevron Charters First Electric Tanker For Maritime Customers

Chevron is chartering its first hybrid electric bunker tanker, a vessel that fuels other ships, from V-Bunkers, the Singaporean bunker arm of energy and commodities company Vitol. According to Chevron, the tanker, owned and operated by V-bunkers, arrived at Si...
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BGN, Others Secure $370m For Three New Gas Carriers

BGN, Others Secure $370m For Three New Gas Carriers

Swiss energy company BGN and Al Seer Marine, the UAE-based player across multiple marine sectors, have secured funding from several banks located in the Gulf region to support the construction of three very large gas carriers (VLGCs) in South Korea...
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Shippers Council Okays Haulage Rates For Eastern Ports

Shippers Council Okays Haulage Rates For Eastern Ports

Negotiated and reviewed haulage rates from Eastern ports to various destinations across the country has been approved by the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC).According to the NSC, the rates approved were in consideration of cost moderation and cargo transpor...
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Firm Gets $1.8b Contract For Eight LNG Vessels

Firm Gets $1.8b Contract For Eight LNG Vessels

Korean shipbuilding major, Hanwha Ocean, formerly known as Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, has received a construction order for eight liquefied natural gas (LNG) vessels from an undisclosed shipowner. Under the $1.8billion, the company will buil...
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NPA Boss Begins Working Week On Tin-Can Port Access Road

NPA Boss Begins Working Week On Tin-Can Port Access Road

As measure of consolidating the gains recorded in the clearance of illegal check/extortion points and shanties resulting in traffic gridlock on Tincan Island Port access road, Managing Director /CEO Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) resumes work on Monday March 2...
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FG Suspends 25% Penalty On Improperly Imported Vehicles

FG Suspends 25% Penalty On Improperly Imported Vehicles

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has suspended the 25% penalty that had previously been imposed in addition to import duty on improperly imported vehicles. A statement signed by the National Public Relations Officer of NCS, Abdullahi Maiwada, on Friday, expla...
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