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ANNEMIEKE

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

CORSAR

Container Ship | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

LENA

General Cargo (single deck) | Flag: Antigua and Barbuda | Port: ST. JOHN'S

Maritime News

Petrobras Idles Six Platforms in Campos Basin Due to Coronavirus

Petrobras Idles Six Platforms in Campos Basin Due to Coronavirus

14 minutes ago
Brazil's state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA said in a letter to the workers union on Thursday that it will idle six oil and gas platforms in five fields of the Campos basin due to the coronavirus epidemic.The company said the idling was aimed at reducing costs in the middle of the crisis hitting the oil industry, the letter seen by Reuters said.It comes at a time when Petrobras is trying to adapt to the new scenario of oil prices that have fallen about 50% this year due to the retreat in demand during the pandemic and the price war sparked by Russia and Saudi Arabia.The letter dated on Wednesday said the current crisis was the worst in 100 years.
Eastern Gets Green Light to Build Second Offshore Patrol Cutter

Eastern Gets Green Light to Build Second Offshore Patrol Cutter

50 minutes ago
Eastern Shipbuilding said the U.S. Coast Guard executed a modification to the contract to build the second Offshore Patrol Cutter (OPC) and Long Lead Time Materials for the third OPC. These accomplishments result from successful completion of a Production Readiness Review (PRR) in February 2020.Eastern’s President Joey D’Isernia said, "Today represents not only the continuation of production for the USCG’s future replacement of their 210-foot and 270-foot class Medium Endurance Cutters, but also an important step in the continuing recovery of Northwest Florida and ESG post Hurricane Michael.
OPEC+ Confirms Agreement to Cut 10 Mln BPD in May, June

OPEC+ Confirms Agreement to Cut 10 Mln BPD in May, June

5 hours ago
OPEC and allied oil producers, a group known as OPEC+, agreed on Thursday to cut output by 10 million barrels per day (bpd) in May and June to help prop up prices battered the coranavirus crisis, the group said in a statement.It said the cuts would be eased between July and December to 8 million bpd and the reductions would then be relaxed further to 6 million barrels between January 2021 to April 2022.OPEC+ said it would hold another video conference meeting on June 10, to assess the market.
Saudi, Russia Closing in on Record Oil Cut Deal

Saudi, Russia Closing in on Record Oil Cut Deal

7 hours ago
OPEC and it allies held talks on Thursday on record oil output curbs of about 15 million barrels per day (bpd) or more, roughly 15% of global supplies, to support prices hammered by the coronavirus crisis, sources involved in the discussions said.They said the plan included cuts of about 5 million bpd from producers outside the group known as OPEC+ and could be made gradually, as the group seeks to overcome resistance from the United States whose involvement they see as vital to a deal.Talks have been complicated by friction between OPEC leader Saudi Arabia and non-OPEC Russia, two of the world's biggest oil producers.
First YM Efficiency Containers Retrieved

First YM Efficiency Containers Retrieved

9 hours ago
Work is underway to retrieve dozens of containers lost from a containership off the coast of Australia, with the first boxes raised to the surface this week. The first container was recovered from the seafloor on Monday using a hydraulic crane and rigging, remotely operated underwater vehicles (ROV) and a specially manufactured steel basket, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority said. Another two boxes were lifted in the days following.The recovered containers are among more than 80 lost from containership YM Efficiency in the Tasman Sea, about 30 kilometers off Australia's east coast, in 2018. To date, 62 containers have been located on the seafloor while another 14 are still missing.
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