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India: Sonowal affirms commitment to maritime trade development
The Union Minister of Ports, Shipping & Waterways, Sarbananda Sonowal, has reiterated the Narendra Modi government’s commitment to the development of the eastern region of India and neighboring countries such as Bhutan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, and Nepal. The minister expressed this sentiment while attending a critical meeting of maritime stakeholders... -Crew Mirror
Reducing CO2 emissions from floating production units
As oil and gas companies seek to improve the carbon efficiency of their operations, one area of focus is investing in low-carbon initiatives to reduce the carbon footprint of their offshore activities. This includes the emissions from FPUs, including FPSOs, and FLNGs, where a number of initiatives are being developed to lower their carbon impact... -Splash 247
Singapore re-elected to council that promotes maritime navigation safety
Singapore was re-elected to the International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (Iala) council for a four-year term from 2023 to 2027, at the 14th Iala general assembly in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday. MPA also renewed its MOU with Iala for the period from 2024 to 2027, at the assembly... -The Straits Times
Just one university shows interest to set up maritime school in Goa
The proposed Goa Institute of Maritime Excellence (GIME) has run into rough waters even before its inception, as only one university has responded to the state’s call for bidders to set up the institute.
“We extended the time for bidders on two occasions, but there was no response. The reason may be that the location of the institute is in a no-development zone,”... -Times of India
Disabled Tanker Briefly Blocking Suez Canal Towed to Anchorage
The Suez Canal Authority is reporting that after a brief interruption traffic has resumed as normal in the waterway after a tanker was briefly disabled earlier today, June 4. It comes as the Suez Canal has experienced a spate of recent incidents with ships breaking down and impacting traffic... -The Maritime Executive
Marina continues to improve its performance for the maritime industry's future
2023 is a challenging year for the Maritime Industry Authority (Marina), with persistent criticisms, nevertheless, there are many reasons to celebrate, including Marina's 49th Founding Anniversary. The 49th anniversary celebration of Marina showcased the agency's commitment to excellence and gratitude towards its employees... -The Manila Times
More UAE youth are exploring career options in maritime, logistics sectors
Thousands of high-school graduates and fresh talent in the UAE have found their calling in the maritime and logistics sector through a long-running initiative in the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi. The Education Interface Exhibition, organised by ADMA and Abu Dhabi Ports, guides youth to academic pathways that match their abilities and orientation... -Gulf News
Irish Coast Guard rescues crew from grounded French fishing trawler.
On June 2, a French-registered fishing vessel got stuck on rocks near Dursey Island at the end of the Beara Peninsula. The Coast Guard reported that the difficult situation was dealt with, as they airlifted nine crew members to safety and then managed to pull the vessel from the rocks without significant hull damage... -Crew Mirror
8 injured as blast-hit oil tanker catches fire in Narayanganj
An explosion in an oil tanker anchored in the Shitalakkhya River at Narayanganj's Rupganj has left eight people injured. Five of them suffered serious burn wounds and are currently undergoing treatment at Dhaka's Sheikh Hasina National Institute of Burn and Plastic Surgery... -bdnews24.com
Greek Police seize cocaine hidden in banana shipment from Latin America.
Police in northern Greece have intercepted a shipment of cocaine hidden inside containers of bananas imported from Latin America. Two containers were seized at the port of Piraeus, and taken to the port of Thessaloniki, where 100 “bricks” of cocaine – weighing 161kg – were found... -Crew Mirror