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Satellites Show Scale Of Suspected Illegal Dredging In South China Sea

China

An unrelenting fleet of China-based dredging vessels are churning up the South China Sea. They are accused of acting illegally, and of causing ecological damage. Satellite images show the incredible...

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Offshore dredging the only solution to erosion at Stockton beach, report finds

Australia

A plan to protect and restore Newcastle's Stockton Beach has gone on public display, assessing 13 options to replenish the eroded coastline. Key points:A plan to solve Stockton Beach’s erosion...

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Update On The Group’s Business And Operations In View Of The Covid-19 Pandemic

Singapore

The Board of Directors of ASL Marine Holdings Ltd. wishes to provide the following updates on its business and operations in Singapore amid the global outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.On 3 April...

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Jan De Nul selects Formosa 2 staging post

Taiwan

Jan De Nul will set up a logistics and operations hub for the 376 MW Formosa 2 offshore wind farm project in the Port of Taichung, Taiwan.Jan De Nul and a subsidiary of the Taiwan International Port...

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City Begins Market Slip Dredging

Canada

The City of Saint John and Port Saint John have partnered to dredge Market Slip uptown for the first time since 2004.The area of the boardwalk next to the volleyball court has the capacity to hold...

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Explosions and major fire on Aframax crude oil tanker, Indonesia VIDEO

Indonesia

Several explosions reported to occur on board of Aframax crude oil tanker JAG LEELA in the morning May 11, followed by major fire with billowing black smoke. Tanker is drydocked at shipyard Belawan,...

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The Shenzhen Bay dredging scandal and ecological redlines

China

China’s ambitious ecological redline system is being hampered by a lack of supporting legislation. Wang Chunhui explainsIn late March, a case of plagiarism brought the chaotic state of China’s...

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Real Estate - Built strong for beach conditions

Australia

With 55 Western Australian locations last year identified as coastal erosion hotspots, many might wonder whether the dream of owning a coastal home is still alive.Commissioned by the State...

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Ageson to rely on partners, subcontractors to fulfil RM27.5b sand supply deal

Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR (May 9): Ageson Bhd’s unit Esa Pile Sdn Bhd, which has no sand mining operations, will leverage on long-established partners and experienced subcontractors in the sand business to...

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Dredging Market To Witness Massive Revenue Growth By 2027

Global Dredging Market Size, Status and Forecast 2020-2027The Global Dredging Market report mainly elaborates market size, share, trends, and growth analysis on the basis of different parameters....

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Roving bandits, looted coastlines: How the global appetite for sand is fuelling a crisis

Next to water, sand is our most consumed natural resource. The global demand for sand and gravel stands between 40 billion and 50 billion tonnes annually, according to the United Nations Environment...

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The Dutch kick off marine energy roadmap

Netherlands

Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate, Eric Wiebes, has agreed on drafting a Roadmap to Marine Energy in 2020. This follows a positive outcome of the position paper “Energy from Water”, set...

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IMO draws up protocols for safe crew changes

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has sent a recommended framework of protocols for ensuring safe ship crew changes and travel during the COVID-19 pandemic to all IMO member-states, the...

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To Serve Global Trade Today, We Must Plan for Tomorrow

Panama

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic and resulting economic crisis have reached almost every corner of the world, including at the Panama Canal. In the short-term, we have not seen a significant...