Benin, Ghana, Togo discuss west Africa's surge in piracy
West African military and political officials met Tuesday in Benin to discuss strategies to combat a surge in pirate attacks in the Gulf of Guinea that has raised alarm in the shipping industry.
PNE sells proposed 560MW offshore wind farm German wind farm specialist
GMS weekly report on ship breaking industry for WEEK 44
The doom merchants have been out in force for the past few weeks, forecasting the end of the world as we know it, and the most unprecedented fall in international recycling prices since the crisis of 2008 which saw 100s/LT LDT knocked off prices in a matter of weeks.
Activists board ship to protest Gladstone dredging
Protesters have boarded a dredging ship in Gladstone in central Queensland to protest against a massive dredging project in the city's harbour.
Oil Increases a Sixth Day as Iran Nuclear Work Poses Supply Risk
Oil rose for a sixth day in New York on speculation that Iran’s nuclear plans threaten Middle East stability and Europe’s debt crisis will be easier to resolve as the Italian prime minister offers to step down.