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Pirates in Somalia release tanker and crew

Spanish port workers call off strike

The shipping sector mainly appoints execs from within

Ship hijacking shows Somali piracy risk still high, UN says

Hafnia Tankers made a profit in challenging market

Media: DSME could get more state aid

Western Bulk Chartering: We are up and flying again

Global Ports under severe pressure in 2016

Shippers voice harsh criticism of container alliances

Hapag-Lloyd and UASC push merger to late May

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Billionaire Fredriksen builds new rig unit amid Seadrill woes

DP World eyes challenging 2017

Maersk Line: Anti-corruption effort working

Pacific Basin CEO hopes for higher bunker prices

Norway's Borr Drilling in giant order for 15 rigs

Default fears resurface over Singapore's looming debt wall

Analysis: Considerable savings in having fewer container hubs

Product tanker soars on big slide in US gasoline reserves

BBC Chartering: Project cargo in Asia sliding big-time

Report: These are the challenges of unmanned vessels


US Navy orders MAN engines for 17 vessels

Danish pension funds invest USD 300 million in shipping

Maersk Oil and partners move forward with Sverdrup

Ocean7 Projects set to merge with Ikonship

Greenland considers creation of maritime authority

Subsea 7 bags huge installation contract from BP

HSH sets deadline for Rickmers Maritime

Sovcomflot saw profits slide in 2016

Norwegian carriers suffer huge slide in revenue in 2016

Pension fund: New maritime venture just the first of several


CMA CGM appoints new Chief Operating Officer

Media: Maersk Oil poised for Iran deal

Clarksons Platou more optimistic about dry bulk

Marshall Islands now the world's second-largest ship register

Maersk Line and several container peers subpoenaed in the US

Investment bank: Hafnia Tankers equipped for acquisitions

Major Asian port hub sees volumes slip big-time

Hutchison Port Holdings notes dwindling revenue

Maersk Line and Hamburg Süd make merger concessions to EU

Wintershall projects significantly improved result this year


New Danish North Sea deal settled

Daewoo Shipbuilding to receive second lifeline from creditors

Clarksons Platou sees significant upside in Hapag-Lloyd

Drewry: Sentiment driving dry bulk recovery

DHT Holdings buys 11 VLCCs from BW Group

Western Bulk-owner Kistefos pays dividends despite huge deficit

Norway's Belships reduced its deficit

Statoil wins 13 licenses in US waters

Analysts praise DHT Holdings for "splendid transaction"

Maersk Oil: North Sea deal supports our growth


Svitzer's growth in Asia lower than expected

Ultrabulk delivers yet another profit for 2016

Media: Daewoo employees prepared to take pay cut

Wilbur Ross' ownership of Diamond S under scrutiny

Ambitious new rig player Borr Drilling hiring executives

Hedge fund run by former 'Big Wolf' trader delivers 46 pct return

Arkon Shipping bags capital from new major shareholder

Norwegian offshore carriers finalize merger deal

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Somali pirates hijack vessel

Hapag-Lloyd: 2016 was "not satisfactory"