|27 November 2006|
|17:38||InterviewLUKOIL to Triple Capitalization within 10-years|
LUKoil NK plans to triple capitalization of the company in the 10-year period, Vagit Alekperov, LUKOIL president told in interview to Itogi magazine, according to PRIME-TASS.
|17:34||seaGlobal Carriers Ñonfirms Orders |
Malaysian tanker owner Global Carriers Berhad has confirmed reports that it is to beginning a fleet renewal programme with a firm order for two product tankers at China's Ningbo Shipyard.
|17:06||seaDual Classification of Russian Arctic Tankers|
Lloyd’s Register and Russian Maritime Register of Shipping are jointly going to class two 70,000 DWT ice strengthened double-acting shuttle tankers ordered at Admiralty Shipyards in St Petersburg for year-round service between the Pechora Sea and Murmansk, reports Scandinavian Shipping Gazette.
Sevmorneftegaz, Sovcomflot and Admiralty Shipyards have signed a trilateral contract for the building of the vessels for delivery in 2008.
|17:00||seaNovorossiysk Port Oil Exports |
Sheskharis oil terminal of Novorossiysk Commercial Seaport Oil handled 584.518 th.
|13:46||seaTransportation Increase in Azerbaijan|
In January - October 2006 the transportation volume in Azerbaijan made 20409,1 th.
|13:26||PrimorskPRISCO Increases Profit|
In January-September the net profit of the Primorsk Shipping Company JSC made 50.414 mn rubles against 35.3 mn the year earlier, reports Prime-TASS.
The company's earnings made 846.512 mn rubles against 955.025 mn rubles in 2005.
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|12:47||seaNamegiving of Maersk Newbuilding|
On Saturday 25 November 2006 Odense Steel Shipyard presented its latest newbuilding, an 11,000 TEU container vessel, for the A.P.
|12:27||seaDanaos Takes Large Containership|
ONE of the largest US-listed containership companies by fleet and capitalization size, Danaos Corporation, has taken delivery of the CSCL Le Havre, a new 9,580 TEU containership built in South Korea by Samsung Heavy Industries.
|11:07||seaPhilippine Ferry Sinks|
Fourteen people are dead and a further nineteen are missing after a ferry capsized in rough waters off the southern Philippines, reports Tradewinds.
Sixty six people were rescued by a passing boat after the Leonida II sank off Hinatuan Island, 444 miles southeast of Manila.
|10:31||seaHanjin CEO Dies|
Hanjin Shipping's chairman and chief executive Soo-ho Cho died at a medical centre in Seoul on Saturday.
|10:28||seaMaersk Container Opens Third Factory|
Maersk Container Industri (MCI) has opened its second container factory in China.
|09:37||Port SaidMariupol Port Posts Throughput|
In January-September 2006 Mariupol Commerciak seaport handled 11.856 mn tons having increased the volumes by 10,3% year-on-year.