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Plastic microfibers in the Mediterranean Sea are keeping bacteria afloat

Popular Science 03 Dec 2022
Harmful microbes are thriving across the Mediterranean Sea—and it could be shifting marine ecosystems ... Now, the Mediterranean’s microscopic marine organisms have a new way of getting around. They are hitching a ride on a growing fleet of plastic ships ... While not all marine microbes ...
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InfiniVAN pulls 13th cable at Boracay, pushes PH growth

The Manila Times 01 Dec 2022
INFINIVAN Inc. hosted the 13th ceremonial cable pulling event of the Philippine Domestic Submarine Cable Network (PDSCN) at Megaworld Global Estate Inc.'s Boracay Newcoast in the Municipality of Malay, Province of Aklan, on Friday, Nov ... With efforts from technology partners and vendors, namely Fleet Marine Cable Solutions Inc., Kokusai Cable Ship Co.
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USS Tripoli returns with thousands of sailors and Marines, another group of ships deploy to ...

Orange County Register 30 Nov 2022
After the newborns and their spouses were greeted, the remaining Marines and sailors, watching high above from the ship’s decks, disembarked to a mass of cheering and crying family members ... The fleet is the Navy’s largest forward-deployed fleet and includes 50 to 70 ships, 150 aircraft and 27,000 sailors and Marines.
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USS Tripoli returns home to San Diego after 1st deployment; another group of ships heads to Indo-Pacific

Stars and Stripes 30 Nov 2022
After the newborns and their spouses were greeted, the remaining Marines and sailors, watching high above from the ship’s decks, disembarked to a mass of cheering and crying family members ... The fleet is the Navy’s largest forward-deployed fleet and includes 50 to 70 ships, 150 aircraft and 27,000 sailors and Marines.
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Factbox: Western governments struggle to agree on Russian oil price cap

Reuters 29 Nov 2022
They include trading and commodities brokers, and companies involved in financing, shipping, insurance, flagging, and customs brokering ... G7 officials believe the plan would work because the London-based International Group of Protection & Indemnity Clubs provides marine liability cover for about 95% of the global oil shipping fleet.
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Factbox-Western governments struggle to agree on Russian oil price cap

FX Empire 29 Nov 2022
They include trading and commodities brokers, and companies involved in financing, shipping, insurance, flagging, and customs brokering ... G7 officials believe the plan would work because the London-based International Group of Protection & Indemnity Clubs provides marine liability cover for about 95% of the global oil shipping fleet.
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ΝΥΚ: Ammonia-fuel ready LNG-fueled vessel proceeds to actual design

SAFETY4SEA 28 Nov 2022
... ships that run on low-environmental-load marine fuels, such as ammonia or hydrogen, in the future. NYK is positioning LNG, a low-carbon marine fuel, as a bridge-solution until future zero-emission ships are realized, and has thus been expanding its fleet of LNG-fueled vessels.
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Wicker, Kaine Push Secretary of the Navy on Future Amphibious Ship Plans

Delta Democrat-Times 16 Nov 2022
During your annual force posture hearing in May, we asked about the status of a study you commissioned to analyze the number of amphibious ships needed in our Navy fleet ... As Congress works to fill these gaps and expand our fleet, this study on amphibious ships would provide the Committee with critical context as to the Navy and Marine Corps’ needs.
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Diana Shipping secures employment for latest ultramax delivery

Splash24/7 16 Nov 2022
... with a fleet of 40 ships, said the new deal would generate $4.7m of gross revenue for the minimum scheduled period of the time charter.
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Australia Detains Bulk Carrier for Wage and MLC Violations

The Maritime Executive 10 Nov 2022
They plan to add at least a dozen ships that would double the size of the national merchant marine in an effort to better protect the country’s supply chains and trade from future disruptions similar to the pandemic and protect against geopolitical risk.
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More Norwegian hydrogen-powered bulkers to enter service

Splash24/7 10 Nov 2022
The two new vessels have been designed by Norwegian Ship Design, which now has orders for five hydrogen-fuelled vessels ... The ships will form part of a fleet that has operations beyond the Norwegian coast and is therefore dependent on using marine gas oil until hydrogen becomes commercially available in several places in Europe.
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Energy Harbor Collaborates with Great Lakes Clean Hydrogen Partnership to Move Forward with DOE Application

Victoria Advocate 10 Nov 2022
TOLEDO, Ohio, Nov ... The region is the ideal location for a clean hydrogen hub, due to its unique access to ample carbon free nuclear power, the major crossroads of I-80 and I-75, high concentration of manufacturing and technology companies, Great Lakes marine shipping fleet and a highly skilled workforce ... Owens-Illinois ... American Bureau of Shipping.
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Geared To Support The UAE’s Drive To Net Zero Vision

Khaleejtimes 07 Nov 2022
Unmanned aerial, sea, and road mass transport systemsFully electric vehicles and trucks with latest innovations in the industryFully electric or hybrid vessels for coastal marine fleet operationsSmart Ships Software and artificial intelligence for marine fleet to carry out ...
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Great Lakes Clean Hydrogen Partnership Moves Forward with DOE Application

Longview News-Journal 07 Nov 2022
TOLEDO, Ohio, Nov ... The region is the ideal location for a clean hydrogen hub, due to its unique access to ample carbon free nuclear power, the major crossroads of I-80 and I-75, high concentration of manufacturing and technology companies, Great Lakes marine shipping fleet and a highly skilled workforce ... Owens-Illinois ... American Bureau of Shipping.

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