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Migrants Target UK Bound Road Haulage Trucks from a Variety of European Ports

May 16, 2016 by  
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As Brexit Vote Looms Concerns Voiced Over Possible Entry Points UK – EUROPE – As the referendum as to Britain’s status in Europe approaches, and arguments for and against ‘Brexit’ become more animated, with threats and assurance in equal numbers from either side, the concern over the migrant situation continues. This week, as road haulage representatives […]

Tailoring Their Activities

May 16, 2016 by  
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The taskforce – set up by Prime Minister David Cameron last June – is said by the NCA to be the biggest of its kind in Europe. It has a staff of 90, which is expected to grow to more than 100 this year, and includes police officers, officials from the Crown Prosecution Service and […]

People smugglers ‘using less busy UK Ports

May 16, 2016 by  
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The port of Tilbury in Essex has become a more attractive destination for people smugglers Crime gangs are attempting to smuggle migrants into the UK at “less busy” ports after a clampdown at major ports, the National Crime Agency has warned. Ports such as Hull and Tilbury are being used following tighter security through routes […]

Gener8 Maritime Enters Tanker Scene

August 11, 2015 by  
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Crude oil tanker operator General Maritime Corporation and Navig8 Crude Tankers Inc have completed their merger to create Gener8 Maritime, a U.S.-based provider of international seaborne oil transportation services. Under the deal, Navig8 Crude merged with a newly-formed subsidiary of General Maritime and became a wholly-owned subsidiary of General Maritime. General Maritime was renamed Gener8 […]

Maritime Clusters the Way to Go for EU

August 11, 2015 by  
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Commissioner Karmenu Vella By forging connections between science, education and business, maritime clusters can help maintain a strong and sustainable maritime sector in Europe which is essential for Europe to have a strong economy. This was the key message that Commissioner Karmenu Vella, responsible for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, shared at a meeting of […]

Canada Invests in Shore Power Infrastructure at Ports of Montreal and Quebec

August 11, 2015 by  
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The government of Canada has set aside new funding for the installation of shore power infrastructure at the Port of Quebec and the Port of Montreal. The shore power infrastructure will be installed at Quebec’s Pointe-à-Carcy cruise terminal, with an estimated cost of around CAD 13.5 million. The government of Canada will provide up to […]

Chevron Hits Anchor Oil in GoM

February 10, 2015 by  
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Chevron Corporation has announced a significant oil discovery at the Anchor prospect in the deepwater U.S. Gulf of Mexico.Anchor is Chevron’s second discovery in the deepwater Gulf in less than a year. “The Anchor discovery, along with the previously announced Guadalupe discovery, are significant finds for us in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico. We had […]

KOGT Hits Kongsberg Profit

February 10, 2015 by  
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Norway’s Kongsberg has reported a profit after tax of NOK 32 million in Q4 2014, down from 375 million in the same period last year. The company has also posted a preliminary profit for the year after tax of MNOK 880, compared to last year’s MNOK 1 225. Namely, Kongsberg Oil & Gas Technologies KOGT […]

Reef Subsea Goes Under

February 10, 2015 by  
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Norwegian offshore wind and oil & gas services player, Reef Subsea, has filed a bankruptcy petition to Bergen District Court despite company’s efforts to restructure and cut costs in order to stay afloat in today’s challenging market. The company, established in February 2010 and 100% owned by Stavanger-based company HitecVision, is likely to be Norway’s first […]

Allseas to Rename Pieter Schelte

February 10, 2015 by  
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Dutch-Swiss offshore company Allseas has reportedly decided to change the name of the largest ship in the world Pieter Schelte. Despite years of criticism, Edward Heerema has until now refused to change the name of the 382 meter long and 124 meter wide Pieter Schelte, whose construction started in 2007 and cost €2.4 billion. A […]

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