Asia Pacific

AMSA Detains Rio Tinto Chartered Ship for Not Paying Crew

12th October, 2016

A bulk carrier under charter to a Rio Tinto subsidiary has been arrested in Australia after inspectors found close to no food onboard and that crew ha. . Read More

BP to Discontinue Exploration Programme in GAB

12th October, 2016

BP has taken the decision not to progress its exploration drilling programme in the Great Australian Bight (GAB), offshore South Australia. The decisi. . Read More

AUSMEPA’s Port Emissions Portal Selected as Finalist in 2016 Google Impact Challenge in Australia

4th October, 2016

Google.org today announced that The Australian Marine Environment Protection Association (AUSMEPA)’s Port Emissions Portal has been selected as o. . Read More

IMO and SPC Conducts Training on Ship Safety Standards in the Pacific Region

3rd October, 2016

IMO and the Pacific Community (SPC) have concluded a two-week training exercise for flag State inspectors, in Suva, Fiji, supporting the enforcement o. . Read More

World Maritime Day 2016 – Shipping: Indispensable to the World

29th September, 2016

Shipping is indispensable to the world. That is the message being shared around the world today (29 September), as IMO and the global maritime communi. . Read More

HHI to Use Rolls-Royce Design for NZDF’s Vessel

23rd September, 2016

Rolls-Royce has secured a milestone contract with Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) to provide a concept design based on the Rolls-Royce Environship Le. . Read More

IMO Focuses on Maritime Legal Regimes in Asia Pacific Region

22nd September, 2016

IMO has presented the maritime legal regimes with relevance to transnational crime and migration at the third Asia Pacific Workshop on the Law of Arme. . Read More

AAL Dampier Delivers Giant ESP Module to Port Pirie

14th September, 2016

On August 9th the AAL Dampier delivered a giant Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) module to one of the world’s largest primary lead smelting fac. . Read More

Detained Bulk Carrier ‘Five Stars Fujian’ Released

1st September, 2016

The Hong Kong-flagged bulk carrier which was arrested and then detained by Australian authorities for more than a month is now free to leave, but has . . Read More

Australia to Investigate Dumping of Aluminum Extrusions from Vietnam and Malaysia

18th August, 2016

The Anti-Dumping Commission under the Australian Department of Industry, Innovation and Science has initiated an investigation into dumping and counte. . Read More

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