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Anglo American Begins Sailing its First Large, LNG Dual-Fueled Bulker

The Maritime Executive 26 Jan 2023
The vessel is the first of ten LNG dual-fueled new-build ships that Anglo American will introduce to its chartered fleet during 2023 and 2024. Anglo American expects the vessels will deliver an estimated 35 percent reduction in CO2 emissions compared to ships fueled by conventional marine oil.
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UK climate minister received donations from fuel and aviation companies

The Observer 26 Jan 2023
Among JR Rix & Sons’ group of companies is Rix Petroleum, as well as Rix Heating, which specialises in the supply and maintenance of oil tanks and boilers; Rix Shipping, which operates a fleet of oil tankers; and Maritime Bunkering, one of the largest suppliers of marine fuels on the Humber estuary ... A spokesperson for JR Rix & Sons said ... .
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Greece to transform "green" shipping fleet with new fund

Greek City Times 25 Jan 2023
Shipping and Island Policy Minister Yiannis Plakiotakis announced plans on Tuesday for the creation of a state-supervised fund to transform Greece's coastal shipping fleet "green" ... George Pateras, president of the Chamber, said he expected positive results in 2023 over the renewal of the coastal shipping fleet.
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Tobacco growers had big year in 1963

Commonwealth Journal 21 Jan 2023
-Marine Corporal John R ... Tomlinson of 101 White Street, Somerset, Ky., returned to Camp Pendleton, Calif., in mid-December with the Fifth Marine ... The 18,000 Navymen and Marines called from the West Coast were embarked in more than 20 ships of the Pacific Fleet Amphibious Force.
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Explora Journeys ship "EXPLORA I" Amazing Restaurants

The Maritime Executive 16 Jan 2023
Explora Journeys is pleased to present additional information on five of its outstanding six onboard restaurants on EXPLORA I, the first of six ships, that will set sail on 17th July 2023 from Southampton in the UK ... A fleet of six ships, two of which are under construction, will be launched from 2023 to 2028.
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Commander of US Central Command Michael E. Kurilla talks unmanned naval crew project with Al-Masry Al-Youm

Egypt Independent 07 Jan 2023
General Kurilla assured that each marine unit is equipped with different sensors so that monitor movement above and below the surface of the sea to identify natural and abnormal ships of interest, while the marine fleet is tasked with monitoring the activity of thousands of ships that pass through the corridors.
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Southern Maryland National Heritage Area Act Passed in Congress

Eagle-Tribune 27 Dec 2022
Hughesville, MD, Dec ... This designation recognizes the unique significance of Southern Maryland to the nation’s history ... We have so much to preserve and share with our fellow Americans in Southern Maryland.” ... Southern Maryland is home to the National Marine Sanctuary of Mallows Bay-Potomac River, with its ghost fleet of sunken ships ... Mary’s City ... .
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USS Fallujah: Future Navy amphibious assault ship will honor Marine battles in Iraq

Union Leader 17 Dec 2022
A future America-class amphibious assault ship will bear the name USS Fallujah to commemorate the battles Marines fought in that city during the Iraq War, Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro announced Tuesday ... They carry Marines to the scene of conflict or disaster, where their aircraft move them from ship to shore.
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Canal Shipping to distribute EGP 0.78/share dividends in January

Egypt Commercial News 15 Dec 2022
... Company for Maritime and Land Transport that provides marine port services and shipping services to international commercial fleets.
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Commemoration marks 80th anniversary of Cork Harbour tragedy

RTE 10 Dec 2022
The five were killed during appalling weather conditions on 12 December1942 when the two launch boats they were on collided with the propellers of a merchant ship, the Irish Poplar. The Irish Poplar was the first ship bought by the Irish State for its fledgling merchant navy fleet, Irish Shipping, in 1941.
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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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