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  • France will make a decision on the replacement of its flagship aircraft carrier the Charles de Gaulle at the start of 2020, its armed forces minister said on Tuesday. The carrier has been in service since 2001 but Paris is looking to build a vessel that would take into consideration expected technological advances post-2030 and be capable of carrying a planned new Franco-German fighter jet.

  • NOAA’s largest oceanographic research vessel, NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown, steamed into its Charleston, South Carolina, home port yesterday, after a 243-day voyage around the world to conduct scientific research and service buoys that inform global weather, climate and ocean forecasting.

  • French shipping major CMA CGM has received a green light from the European Commission to acquire Finland’s Containerships.

  • Qatar Navigation (Milaha), one of the leading maritime and logistics conglomerates in the region, has announced that its container shipping business has more than doubled within a short span of time.

  • The Oldendorff Carriers' ship Erna Oldendorff made contact with the Oshima bridge on her way to Etajima, Japan. No people were hurt and there are no reports of pollution at this time.

  • South Korea’s Hyundai Heavy Industries has clinched an order for two very large gas carriers (VLGCs) from a Greek owner.

  • On 18 October, in Rotterdam (Netherlands), Konstantin G. Palnikov, Director General of Russian Maritime Register of Shipping, participated in a protocol event dedicated to the successful project implementation of construction and operation commencement of a large-capacity Aframax tanker “Gagarin Prospect” (shipowner − SCF Group) using LNG as the primary fuel. This pioneered the expansion of LNG fuel into the global shipping industry, for large-capacity ships not tied to fixed routes or set timetables.

  • The Port of Amsterdam has signed an agreement with Tata Steel and manufacturing firm Nouryon to build Europe’s largest green hydrogen cluster.

  • The UK Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) will increase its fees for the first time in over ten years, in order to be flexible to invest further in the services it provides to the maritime sector. Namely, from 13 November 2018, the UK MCA will increase most of its fees across the UK.

  • A total of 12 crew members onboard the Iranian cargo ship 'Nazmehr' suffered poisoning and three of theme died, according to information by Iran's Ambassador to Baku as cited by local media.