|20 December 2016|
|16:19||InterviewSeaGo Line: Come to Stay|
Peter Gyde, Chief Commercial Officer of SeaGo Line, and Kirill Atamanov, tell SeaNews about the company’s experience during its first five years, about the concept and how it works out, and also about the market in Europe and in Russia and about SeaGo Line’s big plans for the future.
|5 February 2009|
|12:12||MaerskMD Maersk Line (Russia, Finland, Baltic States) on current situation in the market and the company|
SeaNews has interviewed Hans-Christian Mordhorst
|24 July 2007|
|12:54||Port SaidLevitin: Russia to Transport Oil Products Only via Its Ports|
Russia plans to realize oil products transit only via its ports.
|3 July 2007|
|14:07||seaDraft Bill on Sea Ports in RF Can Be Amended|
The draft Bill on Sea Ports in the Russian Federation recently approved in the first round by the RF State Dume may be amended yet, believe transport professionals who gathered for the conference on scientific and personnel issues in the transport sector development that opened on July 2 in St.
|18 December 2006|
|16:31||seaMigrants Feared Dead off Senegal Coast |
Scores of migrants who spent days at sea were missing and feared dead Sunday after their boat wrecked off Senegal's coast, the Red Cross said AP.
About 150 people were believed to have been on the small wooden boat, two dozen of whom were rescued by fishermen Saturday near the northern Senegalese city of St.
|11 December 2006|
|11:22||projectsFinland Plans Joining North European Gas Pipeline|
Finland plans joining the project of the North European gas pipeline that is to link Russia and Germany, the Finnish television company YLE said.
|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.
|13 November 2006|
|17:15||InterviewBrazil Releases Reefer After Collision |
The captain of the Bahamas-registered, Latvian-operated reefer ship Roko, which ran into a small fishing boat in October, killing eight divers, has been cleared of any wrongdoing by the Brazilian maritime authorities, reports Fairplay.
Vladimir Gruseiuskis and his crew were released 11 days after the 3,955-gt vessel hit the Costa Azul in Guanabara Bay, near Niteroi.
|31 October 2006|
|16:09||HamburgHamburg State Ready to Back Hapag-Lloyd Bid|
The Hamburg state government would be willing to support a 'Hamburg consortium' as buyer for Hapag-Lloyd, should parent Tui decide to sell its shipping business, reports Lloyds List.
Finance senator Wolfgang Peiner said in a newspaper interview that he could not confirm a request for help from Tui, however.
Tui has come under pressure from shareholders over possible changes in its group structure and management following a sluggish share performance.
|26 October 2006|
|12:37||Saint-PetersburgRussia WTO Accession May Be Put on Hold|
Russia's negotiations with the United States over its accession to the World Trade Organization may have to be suspended for at least two years, a deputy head of the Carnegie Moscow Center think-tank said Friday.
|19 October 2006|
|18:38||Saint-PetersburgGrimaldi Eyes Russia As Finnlines Deal Nears|
A significant move into the Russian market may be on the cards if the Naples-based Grimaldi Group's takeover bid for Finnlines goes through as widely anticipated.
|18 October 2006|
|16:59||logisticsKuehne & Nagel's Head Eyes Stake in Hapag-Lloyd |
Klaus-Michael Kuehne, board president of Swiss logistics group Kuehne & Nagel AG, said he could see taking a personal stake of up to a 5 pct in TUI AG's struggling shipping division Hapag-Lloyd, should the parent company be broken up.
|11:28||shipbuildingNew Support Program for Russian Shipbuilding Industry|
The RF Ministry of industry and energy has developed a Strategy of development and reforming for the country's shipbuilding industry, told head of the ministry Viktor Khristenko in an interview to Rossiyskaya Gazeta.
The Strategy includes three blocks.
|29 August 2006|
|13:10||InterviewGaz de France To Sign New Long-Term Gas Delivery Agreement With Gazprom |
Gaz de France hopes to sign a new long-term gas delivery agreement with Gazprom in the near future, the French company's President Jean-Francois Cirelli told in his interview to Les Echos.
|19 July 2006|
|10:57||seaCruiseship Panic |
Steering problems on a brand-new cruiseship are being blamed for a sudden severe list that injured passengers and panicked officers.
|6 July 2006|
|17:56||seaAPM Terminals Does Not Rule Out Making Acquisitions |
The chief executive of APM Terminals, the world's third-largest container terminal operator, said he would consider breaking with the division's tradition of organic growth by acquiring a competitor.
The statement, in a Financial Times interview, reflects Kim Fejfer's policy of turning APM, part of the Copenhagen-based AP Maller-Maersk group, into a more broadly-based company, serving a wide range of shipping lines.
The operation started as the terminal operating arm of the group's Maersk Line, the world's largest container carrier, and until recently existed solely to meet Maersk Line's needs.
An acquisition could accelerate the change by bringing in terminals less dependent on Maersk Line.
|28 June 2006|
|17:13||seaMaersk Fears More Container Market Share Loss|
Danish shipping and oil group A.P.
|09:18||seaChief Executive AP Moller-Maersk: rates will be going up|
AP Moller-Maersk A/S Chief Executive Jess Soederberg Tuesday said he expects freight rates to rise this year, but the company hasn't factored in big increases in its revised outlook for 2006.
|27 June 2006|
|10:25||containerSeaNews Weekly No 144 Issued|
The following topics are available in the SeaNews Weekly analytical bulletin this week:
Project worth billions
Arkhangelsk port throughput results in 5 months of 2006;
Throughput of the Big ort of St.Petersburg in January-May 2006;
Baltic ports cargo turnover in the 5 months of 2006;
Work results of the Russian Railways in the 5 months;
|21 June 2006|
|23:37||sea$200 th. per day for VLCC|
Frontline Ltd biggies John Fredriksen and Tor Olav Troim have snapped up "between $5m and $6m" of the company's shares on the strength of a newly bullish attitude on where VLCC and suezmax rates are headed, Troim said today.