Monday 19th Nov, 2018
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Kea Trader leaks oil after cyclone thrashing

TAR balls and other materials from the Kea Trader have washed up on the island of Mare after the grounded…
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ACCC chairman Rod Sims. ACCC

ACCC allows NT and WA LNG producers to co-ordinate maintenance operations

AUSTRALIA’S competition watchdog has given the green light to LNG giants Chevron, INPEX, Shell and Woodside to co-ordinate maintenance activities…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Competition can’t come at the cost of standards

Australasian Marine Pilots Institute president Neil Farmer responds to a recent Letter to the Editor regarding competition in pilotage

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Competition in Pilotage in Melbourne

SIR, International shipping is a highly competitive business, our members are accustomed to tough competition, and in principle they will…
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Helicopter-borne marine pilots guide first ship into Melbourne

NEW marine pilot business, Australian Pilotage Group, has guided its first ship into the Port of Melbourne. Marine pilots Captain…
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Australian cadets becoming extinct, says a DCN reader. Photo: Laurie Smith

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Coastal Shipping lack of job opportunities

SIR, I wrote earlier this year in regards to the lack of opportunities for young Australians to embark on a…
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AMSA working to simplify vessel survey regime

THE Australian Maritime Safety Authority has taken another step toward simplifying the commercial vessel survey regime, releasing the final regulation…
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New tool provides evolving overview of LNG bunker infrastructure

SEA\LNG has launched a new online tool to increase understanding of the rapidly changing LNG bunkering landscape around the world….
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