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  • The Port of Tallin has officially announced the construction of anew terminal located in the Harbor of Tallinn's Old City and the promenade area nearby the port, which will consist of energy efficiency and eco-friendly technologies.

  • Hunter Tankers, a part of Hunter Group ASA, took delivery of the newbuilding very large crude carrier (VLCC) Hunter Laga on November 1.

  • Radio and satellite communications are essential for routine communication and for ensuring the effective operation of the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS), to protect lives at sea.

  • A newly-launched report provides information on the past and present activity patterns in the northern U.S. Arctic and surrounding waters around the Bering Strait, while also projects if the number of vessels sailing in the Arctic region in the future will be increased by 2030, examining four scenarios.

  • The last 3 decades have seen an increase in plastic drink bottles, as they are the fastest growing form of pollution, in comparison to all debris types on remote Inaccessible Island. Although most plastic debris floating at sea is thought to come from land-based sources, there is little direct evidence to support this assumption. The findings of "Rapid increase in Asian bottles in the South Atlantic Ocean indicates major debris inputs from ships" report question this widely held belief.

  • A newly-launched report states that Asia has the potential to become a global leader in wind, holding more than 50% of all onshore and over 60% of all offshore wind capacity, as it could increase its share of installed capacity for onshore wind from 230 Gigawatt (GW) in 2018 to over 2600 GW by 2050.

  • Russian shipping company Sovcomflot has sent two more large-capacity, LNG-powered tankers through the Northern Sea Route.

  • Scotline Marine Holdings are pleased to announce that on Friday 11th October 2019 the Scot Explorer was launched at Royal Bodewes Ship Yard in Groningen, Holland. She is the second of three sister ships to be launched with Royal Bodewes and She will be the joint largest ship in the Scotline fleet with a DWAT of 4800mt and her optimised design means she is capable of carrying 7,000 cbm of sawn Swedish timber.

  • China’s demand for crude oil shows no signs of abating.

  • State-owned Qatar Petroleum has started supplying very low sulphur fuel oil (VLSFO) at Ras Laffan Industrial City Port.