As we know that near orange county of California, an underwater oil pipe line ruptured which resulted in around 3000 gallons of oil spill. As per the findings it is suspected that line could have been damaged by a ship anchor. In this case, USCG is boarding each ship in the vicinity (Plenty of them) and checking their records if any of the ship dropped or dragged anchor on the line and caused a damage to the same. Though some company ship name is circulating on social media, but there is no utmost proof that those ships were actually involved in this disaster. It will take some time for USCG to figure out and completely clear the picture, if there is any involvement of ships.
Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) Part 2 is the complementary component to SEEMP Part 1 and is designed to further enhance the energy efficiency of ships. In this article, we will explore SEEMP Part 2, its purpose, key components, and how it contributes to more sustainable and environmentally responsible maritime practices. Purpose of SEEMP […]
As the news coming from the international shipping, Container ship which was involved in the hit and run case of a fishing boat has been identified by the Coast Guard. On April 10, Container Ship Pacific Express hit a fishing boat around Quy Nhon Port, Vietnam. After hitting the fishing boat, the ship did not […]
Captain of container carrier was found to be missing from his cabin by the crew before there arrival on Port Klang. The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) started search operation after the vessel staff sent a distress call. The name of the ship is MV HARBOUR NEPTUNE. Later on 19th evening MMEA was able to […]