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Articles from 1-8 of January 2016​:


Korea pumps USD 1.2 billion into ailing shipping sector

Panama Canal inauguration postponed once again

Law firm: Oil industry could face zombie phenomenon

First crude has left the US after lift of export ban

DNV GL now also affected by the shipping crisis

Atlantic Petroleum unable to pay planned loan installment

Fearnley: Bulk asset values to remain under pressure

Asian yards prepare for fresh beating in 2016

Bimco: Hope fades for improved market in 2016

Baltic Sea carriers hit by increased border control


Star Bulk Carriers sheds newbuildings in new fire sale

Russian icebreaker sets Northern Sea Route record

A look at the EU's maritime agenda in 2016

Deep Sea Supply suffers new rate slide

EU to launch proposal for controversial scrapping fund

Media: Tankoil CEO in secret settlement with Noble Group

Sulfur monitoring initiative to include drone project

Former APM Terminals CCO joins Wrist Executive Board

MOL wreck spurs updated requirements for container ships

Statoil renews contracts for USD 1.2 billion


Thorco Shipping gets new equity injection from owners

Maersk in talks to develop Iranian oil fields

Wrist Ship Supply upscales growth plan in Asia

Deutsche Bank: Bulk crisis will force carriers to scrap

Sellers of large bulk vessels under severe pressure

Drewry: Shippers reap big declines in contract prices

Maersk waits while competitors are in full swing in Iran

Analysis: 2016 could kick-start wave of Chinese bulk bankruptcies

NGO: Sustainable scrapping will collapse without fund

30 meter monster wave crushed 17 windows on rig


Thorco owners: Still complete confidence in the carrier

BBC Chartering: The project cargo market collapsed

Report: 2016 is the year of acquisitions in the oil industry

The World Bank cuts growth projections for 2016

Port of Rotterdam hit by 24 hour strike

India's coal import in serious dive

Bunker industry haunted by banking ghost

Drewry: Container carriers to lose more money in 2016

Viking embarks on South Korean joint venture

Fire sale of tanker shares in brutal shipping market


Svitzer to use Maersk name to enter Asia

Nordic Tankers and Crystal get green light from EU

Struggling mining companies must cut back again

Union issues strike notice against Svitzer

Just one new Norwegian oil field is profitable

Rotterdam port workers prepared for more strikes

"The bank knows what we're doing and we know what they want"

Nordea: Maersk Oil must make more cuts in 2016

South Korea's top shipbuilders exit 2015 with record loss

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