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Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Voyager December Newsletter - Navigating Change

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Navigating change
Welcome to the latest edition of Voyager, where we bring you the latest news and updates within the maritime industry.

In our final edition of 2013, we discuss the launch of Mobilgard™ 5100. You can also read about ExxonMobil’s port approved mass flow metering system which is now available on board an additional two ExxonMobil-chartered bunker tankers in Singapore.

Learn more about the issues covered in this edition of Voyager in the foreword from Aaron Cobb, Director of ExxonMobil Marine Fuels and Lubricants.

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INDUSTRY INSIGHTS .....................................................
MAN Diesel and Turbo
MAN Diesel & Turbo recommends the use of 100 BN oil to mitigate effects of cold corrosion

MAN Diesel and Turbo has issued new design criteria advising operators that the use of 100 BN cylinder lubricant oils is an effective measure against severe cold corrosion for engine types mark 8.1 and newer.


ExxonMobil Marine Fuels & Lubricants launches
Mobilgard 5100

ExxonMobil Marine Fuels & Lubricants has launched Mobilgard 5100, helping protect new generation, two-stroke marine engines operating on heavy fuel oil (HFO) to mitigate cold corrosion conditions.

mobilgard 5100
COMPANY NEWS .........................................................

ExxonMobil Mass Flow Metering system approved for use on two additional bunker tankers

ExxonMobil Marine Fuels & Lubricants has announced that its port secured mass flow metering system has now been approved by the Maritime Port Authority (MPA) of Singapore for use on board an additional two ExxonMobil-chartered bunker tankers, bringing the number of approved vessels to three.


marine fuels
Marine Fuels symposiums
ExxonMobil’s Marine Fuels & Lubricants team has been meeting customers across Asia to provide insights into today’s complex fuel market and best practice for fuel measurement and quality assurance.

gCaptain discusses new VGP regulations
Rob Almeida, Editor at gCaptain talks to ExxonMobil Marine Fuels and Lubricants about the new Mobil SHC Aware range.

OUR HERITAGE ...........................................................

The 'Compass' Chronicles

The start of a new era – her name is Savannah
It is almost two hundred years since the Savannah, the first vessel to use steam on a trans-Atlantic crossing, embarked upon her trip from Savannah, Georgia to Liverpool.


The flying horse of mythology – Pegasus
One of the most iconic logos within the ExxonMobil Corporation is the symbolic Pegasus, the well-known winged horse of ancient Greek mythology that resembles power, speed and imagination, and in many ways reflects the story of Mobil™.


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Tuesday, December 3, 2013

2014 Maritime Executive Media Kit

The 2014 Maritime Executive Media Kits



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Brett Keil • Tel: +1 (561) 797-0668

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Sales: Asia
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Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Israel Defies Unions with Private Port Tenders, Costa Concordia Lawsuits Kept in Miami Court

Israel Government Defies Unions with Private Seaport Tenders
America Celebrates 237th Year of Independence
Maritime Law: 11th Circuit Keeps Costa Concordia Lawsuits in Miami-Dade Circuit Court
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July 04, 2013 (Vol. 11, Ed. 132)

Israel Government Defies Unions with Private Seaport Tenders

* Port reform meant to lower costs, improve exports * Minister sees foreign interest in making Israel a hub * New ports would weaken grip of labour unions (Reuters) - Israel issued a tender on Wednesday for two privately-run seaports to operate alongside state-owned terminals, a move to stir competition that puts the...
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America Celebrates 237th Year of Independence

On July 4, 1776, the independence of the United States of America from Great Britain was proclaimed. The...
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Maritime Law: 11th Circuit Keeps Costa Concordia Lawsuits in Miami-Dade Circuit Court

After Carnival's cruise ship Costa Concordia ran aground off the coast of Italy, two separate actions...
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France's CGT Union Calls for Strike in All French Ports

Photo: Container ship in the east basin at Marseille Fos port, the main French trade...
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Asian Shipping Industry Pain May Be Investors' Gain

U.S. private equity and investment funds are betting Asia's shipping industry, hit by a restructuring wave that has...
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Suez Canal Secured, Unaffected by Egypt's Turmoil

The Suez Canal waterway is completely secure and the rate of ships passing through is normal, the head of the Suez...
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Evergreen, Yang Ming, CSCL End Iran Operations

United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) announced that following its Ports Authority Campaign, shippers Evergreen,...
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Nearly $1 Billion in Drugs Seized in INTERPOL-led Maritime Trafficking Operation

Nearly 30 tonnes of cocaine, heroin and marijuana with an estimated value of USD 822 million have been seized in an...
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Junk Boat Divers: Past and Present

Photo: USNS Grasp is one of Military Sealift Command's four Rescue and Salvage Ships and one of the...
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