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Oil-exporting countries of the Arabian Gulf are watching anxiously as the security situation in Yemen continues to deteriorate in the wake of US-backed President Hadi’s resignation on Thursday.  Full story >>

The supply of container shipping capacity is likely to exceed demand for at least three more years, according to Drewry, the London-based consultancy.  Full story >>

Dutch dredging and offshore contractor Van Oord is to fit customised Marlink very small aperture terminal (VSAT) services to its fleet, aiming to install equipment on 30 vessels by the end of 2015.  Full story >>

Future French LNG port Dunkirk has chosen a grouping of three companies to work with it on studies for the creation of LNG bunkering facilities at the port.  Full story >>

A Liberia-flagged bulk carrier was arrested in Singapore following an ongoing chartering dispute between Dubai-based MUR Shipping and Greece-based Phoenix Shipping & Trading.  Full story >>

Former Libyan finance minister Ali Tarhouni used the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, to warn that Islamic State militants are controlling migrant crossings from Libya and may be infiltrating Europe-bound migrant vessels.  Full story >>

A growing number of Capesizes being sold for demolition is exerting downward pressure on ship scrap prices.  Full story >>

Japanese shipbuilder Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding (MES) has received orders for its gantry cranes from the PT New Priok Container Terminal.  Full story >>

Ten Chinese fishermen are missing after an unidentified cargo ship collided with their vessel off the South Korean resort island Jeju.  Full story >>

Singapore-based A*STAR's Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Sembcorp Marine, University of Glasgow and University of Glasgow Singapore to improve the design of large ocean-going vessels.  Full story >>

Sri Lanka has banned the head of a private maritime security company from leaving the country because of investigations into a floating armoury it operated off Galle port.  Full story >>

Belgium’s Euronav has upsized its US initial public offering, highlighting the recent surge in investor demand for crude tanker equities.  Full story >>

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