A court in Charleston, South Carolina has charged the Liberian company Aegean Shipping Management and Marshall Islands-registered shipowner Aegeansun Gamma, as well as three engineering officers, with conspiracy and failing to keep accurate pollution control records.
The master of the container ship Horizon Trader has won an appeal at a US court and been awarded over $1 million in damages following a whistleblowing incident. The court found that Loftus’ right to be free of retaliation for whistleblowing was violated, and that Horizon Lines could not provide clear evidence that he would have been demoted regardless of his actions
US Senator has introduced a new bill which amends the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 to impose penalties and provide for the recovery of removal costs and damages in connection with certain discharges of oil from foreign offshore units, and for other purposes.
Environmental groups see a "loophole" in Iceland's sulphur emission ban09/12/2019
Marine insurers should report any suspicion of financial crime09/12/2019
USCG alerts on clear communication in TSMS09/12/2019
USCG issues DMDSS and DP Systems guides09/12/2019
Seafarers' PTSD: signs and recovery tips09/12/2019
Bahri looks to charter 12 LNG tankers from 202509/12/2019
Partnership for an inland navigation project in South America09/12/2019
Watch: Hellenic CG rescues 14 crew from listing cargo ship09/12/2019
Safebridge receives recognition for its services09/12/2019
Cruise delayed after passengers' luggage stolen in hijacking09/12/2019