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Ukrainian Attacks On Russian Oil Refineries May Be Proving The Biden Administration Wrong, Experts Say - Merchant Navy Info - News

Ukrainian Attacks On Russian Oil Refineries May Be Proving The Biden Administration Wrong, Experts Say

Ukraine has stepped up attacks on Russian oil refineries in recent months. Aimed at hurting Russia’s export revenues and cutting fuel supplies to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s military. In one of the latest attacks, Ukrainian drones attacked and set fire to a refinery in Russia’s Kaluga region. The state reported on Friday, Reuters reported. Earlier

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Baltimore Bridge Collapse Deep Draft Channel Reopens - Merchant Navy Info - News

Baltimore Bridge Collapse: Deep Draft Channel Reopens

The U.S. Coast Guard Captain of the Port (COTP) has reopened the Fort McHenry Limited Access Channel in Baltimore. It is 48 feet from commercial vessel traffic. The move comes a day after salvage crews used precision explosives to remove Baltimore bridge section resting atop the M/V Dali. However, the bridge remains grounded. An NTSB preliminary report released

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Chabahar Port US Says Sanctions Possible after India-Iran Port Deal, S. Jaishankar Responds To US Sanction Warning Over Chabahar Port Deal - Merchant Navy Info - News

Chabahar Port: US Says Sanctions Possible after India-Iran Port Deal, S. Jaishankar Responds To US Sanction Warning Over Chabahar Port Deal

A day after the US warned of a “potential risk of sanctions” after India inked a 10-year agreement to run the Chabahar Port in Iran. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar highlighted that the project will help the entire region. He said that people should not take a “narrow view” of it. He also indicated that

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British Power Company To Build World’s First Wood-powered Cargo Ship - Merchant Navy Info - News

British Power Company To Build World’s First Wood-powered Cargo Ship

British power company Drax has drawn up plans for the world’s first wood-powered cargo ship. They are claiming that the controversial power source can help to cut greenhouse gas emissions from sea freight. Drax is a tree-burning power station in the UK. It has signed a deal with three Japanese shipping companies to develop a “bioship” fuelled

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Law Allowing Asylum Seekers to Be Sent to Rwanda Disapplied by Court in Northern Ireland - But Uk Govt to Appeal - Merchant Navy Info - News

Law Allowing Asylum Seekers to Be Sent to Rwanda Disapplied by Court in Northern Ireland – But Uk Govt to Appeal

On Monday morning, the High Court in Belfast ordered parts of the law to be “disapplied,” saying. They undermined the human rights protections guaranteed in the bloc under post-Brexit agreements. The Illegal Immigration Act gives the government new powers to detain. And deport asylum seekers believed to have entered the UK illegally. At the heart

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