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Record LNG Transits as Vessels Wait for Slots at Panama Canal

Record LNG Transits as Vessels Wait for Slots at Panama Canal

4 Feb 2021

The Panama Canal set a new monthly record for transits and tonnage of liquefied natural gas (LNG) vessels in January, in part due to the recent surge in the energy market. Strong demand for LNG shipments from Asia was driving the record shipments and also contributing to prolonged delays for gas car

Long-Term Contract Freight Rates at Historic Highs Reports Xeneta

Long-Term Contract Freight Rates at Historic Highs Reports Xeneta

30 Jan 2021

Contracted ocean freight rates are still climbing according to the latest analysis from market intelligence firm Xeneta. Their data is showing one of the highest ever monthly rate increases and they are predicting that there are few signs of relief on the horizon.  

Report Shows Seafarers "Losing Faith" After a Year of COVID Crisis

Report Shows Seafarers "Losing Faith" After a Year of COVID Crisis

27 Jan 2021

The latest benchmark Seafarers' Happiness Index from Mission to Seafarers sounds a dark note as the COVID-19 pandemic and the crew change crisis drag on. Overall index scores last quarter were up slightly, but individual written responses reveal "a real sense of resignation and antipathy" due to hea

Competing High-Speed Catamaran Electric Ferries

Competing High-Speed Catamaran Electric Ferries

25 January 2021

The combination of advances in boat hull design, hydrofoil design and electric storage technology has prompted research into high-speed electric ferry vessels. So far, a pair of companies has produced simulation video presentations of their future electric ferry technology. One company is located in

Dozens of Bulkers Remain Stranded off China as Coal Standoff Drags On

Dozens of Bulkers Remain Stranded off China as Coal Standoff Drags On

21 January 2021

At this point in the COVID-19 pandemic, seafarers have become all too used to bureaucratic obstacles to crew change. But a different form of inertia has stranded more than 60 bulkers and their crews off the coast of China, where they await resolution to a diplomatic standoff between Beijing and the

Total Withdraws from Membership in American Petroleum Institute

Total Withdraws from Membership in American Petroleum Institute

18 January 2021

  The French oil major Total has ended its membership in the American Petroleum Institute, the industry and lobbying group representing U.S. oil and gas production interests. Total has an active presence in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico offshore sector, including the new Anchor field and the North P

International Investors Call on UN for Actions to Protect Seafarers

International Investors Call on UN for Actions to Protect Seafarers

15 Jan 2021

A group of 85 institutional investors representing over $2 trillion in assets, joined forces calling on the United Nations to take further action to address the ongoing humanitarian crisis for seafarers brought on by the global restrictions enacted to control the coronavirus. In an open letter to th

ITIC: Email Invoice Scams Cause Big Losses for Shipping Companies

ITIC: Email Invoice Scams Cause Big Losses for Shipping Companies

13 Jan 2021

Cyber-crime connected with fraudulent demands for payment continues to plague the maritime sector, according to the shipping insurer International Transport Intermediaries Club (ITIC). Cases of email-driven scams that result in six-figure losses have been reported previously, and ITIC says that it c

Agreement to Bring Stranded Indian Seafarers Home from Ship off China

Agreement to Bring Stranded Indian Seafarers Home from Ship off China

12 Jan 2021

After months of trying and international support, Indian officials announced an agreement to permit one of the vessels caught off China to complete a crew change. Two Indian vessels stranded for months off the coast of China unable to unload shipments of coal they had transported from Australia beca

Great Eastern Becomes India's Biggest Shipowner by Vessel Count

Great Eastern Becomes India's Biggest Shipowner by Vessel Count

4 Jan 2020

When it comes to shipowning nations, the likes of Greece, China, and the USA are the first countries that come to mind. Despite playing a major part in world trade, India's domestically-owned fleet has been small for some time now, with the state-owned Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) dominating


Today
8:03am
Hi Jenna! I made a new design, and i wanted to show it to you.
8:03am
It's quite clean and it's inspired from Bulkit.
8:12am
Oh really??! I want to see that.
8:13am
FYI it was done in less than a day.
8:17am
Great to hear it. Just send me the PSD files so i can have a look at it.
8:18am
And if you have a prototype, you can also send me the link to it.

Monday
4:55pm
Hey Jenna, what's up?
4:56pm
Iam coming to LA tomorrow. Interested in having lunch?
5:21pm
Hey mate, it's been a while. Sure I would love to.
5:27pm
Ok. Let's say i pick you up at 12:30 at work, works?
5:43pm
Yup, that works great.
5:44pm
And yeah, don't forget to bring some of my favourite cheese cake.
5:27pm
No worries

Today
2:01pm
Hello Jenna, did you read my proposal?
2:01pm
Didn't hear from you since i sent it.
2:02pm
Hello Milly, Iam really sorry, Iam so busy recently, but i had the time to read it.
2:04pm
And what did you think about it?
2:05pm
Actually it's quite good, there might be some small changes but overall it's great.
2:07pm
I think that i can give it to my boss at this stage.
2:09pm
Crossing fingers then

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