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Containers fall from vessel at Waigaoqiao Port

A feeder containership tilted during loading at Shanghai’s Waigaoqiao Port, causing 44 containers onboard the vessel to fall into the water. The vessel, Shang Qing 3, is owned by Chongqing Shangqing Shipping. 31 more words


DHT Tankers offloads suezmax

Norwegian tanker specialist DHT Tankers has sold off it last remaining suezmax vessel, 2001-built , during the month of April for $22.5m. The sale is part of the company’s fleet renewal programme which has also seen it take delivery of three VLCCs in the last six month. 15 more words


Halliburton and Baker Hughes call off merger

MAY 2, 2016 —The Department of Justice announced May 1 that Halliburton and Baker Hughes have abandoned their planned merger, originally valued at $34 billion. 420 more words


DHT reports strong results, declares $0.26 common dividend

Exits suezmax segment with sale of 2001-built DHT Target for $22.5m

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Sam Hall shares: How to Plan a Gap Year by SHIVANI VORA


Malia Obama is taking a year off before college — here, experts explain how to get the most out of the experience, from research to what to pack. 13 more words


Australia Refuses to Release Japanese Whale-Killing Film

The Australia government has denied public access to photos and film of Japanese whaling activities in the Southern Ocean citing the “damage” that such images could cause to Australia’s international relations. 20 more words


Hercules Offshore extends forbearance putting newbuild jackup in jeopardy

Houston-based offshore drilling company Hercules Offshore has given itself some breathing space as it faces bankruptcy having defaulted on a $450m loan. Creditors have agreed to extend a forbearance agreement through to May 31 as a solution is sought to stop the company falling into bankruptcy for a second time in less than a year. 7 more words