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Articles from 9-16 of July 2017​:


Cosco buys OOCL for USD 6.3 billion

Shipping closer to climate targets after IMO meeting

Japanese carriers establish joint shipping company from April 1

Shipping bank loans at lowest level in a decade

Maersk's port in Costa Rica postponed another six months

Container carrier acquisition spree nears its end

Aramco to spend USD 300 billion, CEO warns on world oil supply

Analysts divided: Was OOCL a good bargain?

Media: Many security issues for Maersk in Rotterdam


Carriers are optimistic after new climate plan from the IMO

Key shareholder sells out of Hapag-Lloyd

Iran's state-owned tanker carrier sending more oil to Europe

Cosco deal to make ex-Hong Kong chief and family USD 1 billion richer

Statoil is hiring again

Evergas maintains growth ambitions despite failed acquisition

US will drive up oil exports over next three years

Shell mulls LNG-hub network as use by ships and trucks expands

The last five years has seen a flurry of container mergers

Rickmers gets banks' approval to sell its last vessels


EU reacts to IMO summit: A lot of talk, not much action

Aker Solutions fishes for contracts worth DKK 60 billion

Major banks lose faith in oil price return

Court drops some of the charges against Dryships

Dan-Bunkering's revenue grows 40 percent

DNB significantly shrinks impairments to shipping and offshore

Cosco will become the largest Pacific player after acquisition

Bourbon to develop autonomous vessel

Another Turkish shipbreaking yard obtains approval

Mexico oil privatization pays off with billion-barrel find


Brazil's former president gets nine-year sentence for corruption

Sovcomflot to Russian minister: Safety in the Arctic must be improved

Former exec of OW company charged with fraud worth DKK 800 million

Kvaerner doubles result

Maersk Oil will prove its worth with Culzean gas field

NGO lashes out at scrapping practices in the wake of bankruptcies

Dutch authorities investigating bunker cartel in major ports

Lars Møller will be held liable for the collapse of OW Bunker

Blue Water continues Kazakhstan venture with contract worth millions


German billionaire raises stake in Hapag-Lloyd

Aker BP raises the bar in the second quarter

Deputy district attorney: OW case is one of the more severe

Maersk on the list of biggest environmental polluters

Arne Blystad might be headed into the container business

The aftermath of the OW Bunker collapse has only just begun

Tidewater gets green light for rescue plan

Rex Tillerson eyes an opening for dialogue in the Qatar conflict

E.R. Schiffahrt lands contracts with Maersk Line

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