The "Tiksy" suffered engine failure at least on Sep 18, 2018, west of Tromsø. On Sep 20 the ship accepted a towing contract after the crew failed to fix the propulsion problem. In the evening it was taken in tow by the tugs "Stone" (IMO: 6917516) and "Borg Mini" (MMSI: 257455900) as steering tug towards Tromsø. The ship initially was headed to Alexandria.
NuStar’s St. Eustatius terminal damaged by Irma, no restart date set
Nustar Energy’s oil terminal in the Caribbean island of St. Eustatius suffered damage to several tanks and other equipment due to Hurricane Irma, but all the U.S. firm’s employees are safe and no oil spills were registered, it said in a statement.
NuStar’s Statia terminal has the capacity to store 13.03 million barrels of crude and products. The company also said that no restart date has yet been set, and that it will be working on Thursday to restore power at the facility.
“Despite the damage and major clean-up effort, we feel like we fared very well considering the significant power of this storm,” it said.
Jawaharlal Nehru Port Container Terminal (JNPCT) was awarded “Container Terminal of the Year” Award for the above 0.6 million TEUs category at The Gateway Awards 2017 held at Mumbai. The Jawaharlal Nehru Port owned JNPCT won the award for its proactive strategies to ease congestion, smooth delivery of containers and revamping of infrastructure to support trade amidst adverse conditions, the company said in its press release.
The Gateway Award was instituted to recognise and promote best practices, innovation and motivation in the Indian Maritime industry. The tenth edition of the Gateway Awards showcased the outstanding achievements and exceptional accomplishments of individuals and organisations in the Indian Maritime industry.