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Maritime Central News (registration)

Maritime Link Benefits Agreement Creates Local Economic and Employment ...
Business Wire (press release)
STEPHENVILLE, Newfoundland and Labrador--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The governments of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador and NSP Maritime Link Inc., a subsidiary of Emera, today participated in a ground-breaking ceremony at the Bottom Brook ...
Local benefits deal inked for Maritime Link (registration)
Ground-Breaking Ceremony for Maritime LinkVOCM
Groundbreaking ceremony for Maritime Link subsea cableCTV News
Cape Breton Post -MetroNews Canada
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The Maritime Executive

Study: Offshore drilling has prompted a rise in maritime conflicts around the ...
Washington Post (blog)
Such, at least, is the contention of a new study in the journal Energy Research and Social Science, which suggests that the growth of offshore drilling around the world has gone hand-in-hand with more maritime disputes, sometimes involving threats of ...
Offshore oil drilling inspires maritime conflicts across the
Study Links Offshore Oil to Increased ConflictThe Maritime Executive

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Navios Maritime Midstream Partners LP: The Straight Story On This Mega-Yielder
Seeking Alpha
Navios Maritime Midstream Partners' counterparties on these agreements are Taiwan-based Formosa Petrochemical Corp (Taipei: 6505, OTC: FPTCF) and China Ocean Shipping Company (COSCO), a state-owned logistics company. The financial strength ...

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The Maritime Executive

British gov't launches maritime study to boost growth
LONDON, Nov. 26 (Xinhua) -- The British government launched a study aiming at how to boost British multi-billion pound maritime industry on Wednesday. The study, scheduled to report in summer 2015, was expected to make recommendations that could ...
UK Launches Study to Boost Maritime IndustryThe Maritime Executive

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Commercial Observer

Maritime Law Firm Signs Five-Year Lease at 555 Fifth Avenue
Commercial Observer
Maritime law firm Brown Gavalas & Fromm is moving to 555 Fifth Avenue, the building's landlord announced in a press release. The firm signed a five-year lease for 4,031 square feet on a portion of the third floor of the property, located at the ... |

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