Saturday 17th Mar, 2018
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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MOL and Total sign LNG bunker barge charter contract

MOL and French oil supermajor Total have signed a long-term charter contract for a large LNG bunker, to operate in…
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Brisbane container volumes solid in December, while bulk exports take a hit

PORT of Brisbane’s container trade in December showed an increase on the same month in 2016, and a decrease on…
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Newly launched LNG carrier to transport Aussie gas

LNG carrier CESI Wenzhou (IMO 9694751) was delivered and is the fifth of six such vessels built to transport LNG…
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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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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Australia’s young seafarers need help

SIR, I recently wrote talking about the promises made from the then Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester, one…
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Shipping risk in southern Red Sea as war in Yemen rages

SEA mines and water-borne improvised explosive devices (WBIEDs) now pose an additional threat to shipping in the southern Red Sea….
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