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APODA

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Indonesia | Port: Jakarta

CLIPPER HARALD

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Norway | Port: STAVANGER

CLIPPER VIKING

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Norway | Port: STAVANGER

CORAL CARBONIC

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Netherlands | Port: ROTTERDAM

CORAL MEANDRA

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Netherlands | Port: ROTTERDAM

CORAL MILLEPORA

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Netherlands | Port: ROTTERDAM

CORAL OBELIA

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Netherlands | Port: ROTTERDAM

CORAL PAVONA

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

CORAL RUBRUM

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Netherlands | Port: ROTTERDAM

EUPEN

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

FUJI GAS

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

GAZ VENEZIA

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

KEMIRA GAS

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

KOETA

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

LAVENDER PASSAGE

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Panama | Port: PANAMA

MAR PACIFICO

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Peru | Port: CALLAO

NAVIGATOR MAGELLAN

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

PGC DARKO KING

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

PGC STRIDENT FORCE

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

PRINS HENDRIK

Liquefied Gas Carrier (LPG) | Flag: Netherlands | Port: ROTTERDAM

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Maritime News

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World Navies: Taiwan develops indigenous combat capabilities

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Salvors Survey Grande America Wreck

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Seabed survey and ocean exploration company Ocean Infinity said it has conducted urgent subsea search, inspection and operations on the wreck of the MV Grande America, which sank in the Bay of Biscay on March 12.Grande America capsized and sunk last month after its cargo of containers and vehicles caught fire during a voyage from Hamburg to Casablanca.Having entered into an agreement with marine services and salvage company Ardent, Ocean Infinity deployed its fleet of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) to locate the wreck.
QP Launches Tender for 100+ LNG Carriers

QP Launches Tender for 100+ LNG Carriers

17 hours ago
Middle East natural gas giant Qatar Petroleum (QP) issued an invitation to tender for the reservation of ship construction capacity required for a fleet of over 100 liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers.The world’s largest LNG producer said in a statement that the vessels will serve QP’s North Field Expansion (NFE) project which will increase Qatar’s LNG production capacity from 77 million tons per annum (mta) to 110 mta starting in 2024.In addition to addressing shipping requirements for the North Field Expansion Project
Export Licensing: Tips U.S. Exporters Shouldn’t Overlook

Export Licensing: Tips U.S. Exporters Shouldn’t Overlook

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Each year, the U.S. Department of Commerce receives thousands of inquiries from businesses looking to export, many of which involve licensing questions. The Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), together with other USG agencies, is responsible for export licensing and controls. BIS export licenses may be required for items (commodities, software, or technology) with proliferation, military, or terrorist uses, or which warrant control for other reasons. Export licensing requirements can apply to a wide array of products, including marine technologies. A license may also be required because of the end use or end user.
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