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All articles by Liam Stoker

  1. Shipping piracy report – May 2013

    Dwindling pirate activity off the coast of Somalia and the Gulf of Aden only serves to highlight the severity of…
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    30 May
  2. London Gateway heralds UK port renaissance

    Operating as the UK’s sole hub airport, Heathrow is creaking towards its operational capacity. Plans to ease the strain through…
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    16 May
  3. Shipping piracy report – April 2013

    Horn of Africa A total of nine incidents ranging in severity occurred off the Horn of Africa, with most of…
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    25 Apr
  4. Electrically-efficient biofuels: the benefits and drawbacks

    Biofuels, aided through investment and industry’s increasing desire to become environmentally-friendly, have developed substantially since the first generation of bioalcohols…
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    13 Mar
  5. Positional assistance for ships – eLoran rolls out over the English Channel

    With cargo often valued in the tens of millions of pounds, the shipping industry has placed enormous value in its…
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    10 Mar
  6. Shipping piracy report – August 2012

    This month’s piracy report covers piracy-related activity across the world’s most dangerous waters, as well as the best efforts to…
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    25 Sep
  7. The world’s largest cruise ships

    With the cruise industry booming, cruise operators are actively pursuing newer and larger ships to cater for demand. Combining increasingly…
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    8 Aug
  8. EU takes offensive to Somali pirates with land-based attack

    Read our latest reports on incidents of piracy across the globe, with data covering the latest hijacking reports and unsuccessful…
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    16 May
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