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Hibernia production halted again following spill

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8/19/2019 ST. JOHNS, NEWFOUNDLAND – Shortly after 21:00 on Saturday, August 17, 2019, the Canada – Newfoundland & Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board (C-NLOPB) was notified of an incident at the Hibernia platform where, as a result of the loss of main power generation, the facility experienced a discharge to sea when its deluge system inadvertently Read More

10yo Indian boy summits Russia’s Mt. Elbrus en route to climbing 7 of world’s highest peaks (PHOTOS)

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A 10-year-old Indian boy is stealing headlines across the globe as the youngest member of a mountaineering club aiming to conquer the seven highest peaks on each of the seven continents of the world. Sai Sudhir Kawade, 10, from the Indian city of Pune, added Europe’s highest mountain, the dormant volcano Mount Elbrus in the Read More

Poles wade through Baltic ‘like herrings’ to commune with the sea

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People take part in the annual event called “Marsz sledzia” (the Herring March), marching a 12km route through the shallow waters of the Baltic Sea from Kuznica on Hel Peninsula to the town of Rewa on the other side of Puck Bay, Poland, August 17, 2019. REUTERS/Matej Leskovsek KUZNICA, Poland (Reuters) – Once a year, Read More

Stranded migrants jump off rescue boat to try to reach Italy

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Migrants on a humanitarian ship off the Italian coast had to be chased down after they jumped into the sea in a desperate attempt to reach land. Four of them put on life jackets and jumped into the water as two crew members swam after them and brought them back to the boat. It comes Read More

Migrants allowed off stranded boat after Italy’s Salvini backs down

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Italy’s hardline interior minister Matteo Salvini has relented and agreed to allow minors on a migrant ship off the country’s coast to disembark. The boat is carrying 134 people who were rescued near Libya but has been blocked from docking at Lampedusa, Italy’s southernmost island. Prime minister Giuseppe Conte wrote a letter to Mr Salvini Read More

Flat-Earther’s steamy homemade rocket is set to launch him from California desert

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Flat-Earther ‘Mad’ Mike Hughes plans to strap himself to a homemade rocket and launch himself towards space on Saturday, in a bid to prove that our planet isn’t a globe. Here’s what to expect from the mad-cap experiment. The self-taught rocket engineer will attempt the launch from the Route 66 ghost town of Amboy, California, Read More

400 holidaymakers evacuated as tourist ferry STRIKES ROCKS en route from Ibiza

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A Spanish ferry packed with hundreds of tourists and their cars has run aground on her way from Ibiza and Majorca, setting off a dramatic rescue effort throughout the night by coast guard and other emergency services. Pinar del Rio, a fast ferry operated by Balearia, ran aground near Benidorm in southeastern Spain, the company Read More

Feature: IMO 2020 preparations and their impacts on US exports

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Houston — Ahead of IMO 2020, shipowners are increasingly taking ships off the water for scrubber installations, reducing tonnage availability in the Americas and supporting expectations that freight will firm in the coming months, impacting US export competitiveness. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now On January 1, Read More

UPS buys stake in TuSimple, testing self-driving trucks in Arizona

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DETROIT (Reuters) – UPS said on Thursday it has bought a minority stake in self-driving company TuSimple, and the world’s largest package delivery company has been testing the startup’s autonomous trucks since May on a busy freight route in Arizona. FILE PHOTO: The logo of United Parcel Service is seen at the new package sorting Read More

China’s 3rd export quotas breakdown for 2.1 mil mt gasoil, 2.4 mil mt gasoline, 1.5 mil mt jet fuel

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Author Oceana Zhou Editor Nurul Darni Commodity Oil Author Oceana Zhou Editor Nurul Darni Commodity Oil Singapore — China’s Ministry of Commerce has released the breakdown for its third batch of oil product export quotas under the general trade route for 2019, with 2.1 million mt for gasoil, 2.355 million mt for gasoline and 1.545 Read More