Galicia, Spain Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Yang Ming Extends Charter Terms for Five 14,000-TEU ShipsRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 13 | Marine News

    Seaspan Corporation announced today that Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp., has confirmed the term of the fixed-rate time charters for the five 14000 TEU SAVER design containerships currently being constructed at CSBC Corporation will be extended to ten years with one two-year option.

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  2. Brazil's A"leo e Gas, OSX Renegotiate FPSO ContractRead the original story

    Friday Sep 12 | Marine News

    In a securities filing, leo e Gas said OSX Brasil, a shipbuilder controlled by Brazilian tycoon Eike Batista, agreed to reduce the daily rental fee for the OSX 3 floating production, storage and offloading vessel to $250,000 from $265,000. Bonds that were sold by OSX to fund the construction of OSX 3 could be purchased by OGX Petrleo e Gas SA - which filed for bankruptcy in November - under certain, undisclosed circumstances, the filing added.

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  3. Brent Holds Above $98 Despite Weak DemandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | Marine News

    Brent crude held above $98 a barrel on Friday, heading for its worst week in six as concerns over weak demand outweighed geopolitical worries in the Middle East and Ukraine. * China, Europe oil demand growth slows at remarkable -IEA * Geopolitical tensions ratchet up over Syria * Markets look ahead to U.S., China econ data Weaker oil demand in China and Europe had caused growth in global oil demand to soften at a remarkable pace, the International Energy Agency said in its monthly report released on Thursday.

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  4. American Maritime Industry Booming Testifies AMPRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | Marine News

    The U.S. House Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation today heard first hand about America's booming domestic maritime industry from Mark Tabbutt, Chairman of the Board of Saltchuk, one of the country's most recognized transportation and distribution companies, who was testifying on behalf of the American Maritime Partnership . Tabbutt told Subcommittee Chairman Duncan Hunter and Ranking Member Rep. John Garamendi that American maritime, supported by the Jones Act, is strong, vibrant, and growing.

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  5. Vard Marine Obtains US Dual-Fuel Vessel PatentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | Marine News

    Vard Marine says it has been awarded a US Patent for their design and engineering of a Dual Fuel Vessel. Later this year; the first of six 5100 dwt vessels to be built under this patent, designed by Vard Marine and built by Gulf Coast Shipyard Group for Harvey Gulf International Marine will be delivered.

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  6. New Versatile McDermott CSV ChristenedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | Marine News

    McDermott International, Inc. informs of the christening of its new Construction Support Vessel 108 at Metalships & Docks shipyard in Vigo, Spain. The shipyard hosted a naming ceremony attended by Tony Duncan, Executive Vice President, Subsea for McDermott and Manuel Rodrguez, Chairman of Metalships & Docks, SAU, local dignitaries and project staff.

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  7. The Property ReportRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2014 | Wall Street Journal

    Merlin Properties has raised $1.6 billion and bought Marineda City shopping center in La Coruna, Spain's largest retail complex. Europe was slow to embrace real-estate investment trusts, but a record surge in fundraising is providing a boost to the Continent's recovering commercial-property market.

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  8. La Vuelta: Froome Goes Vroom, Aru Pips StageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | Podium Cafe

    An aggressive Chris Froome of Sky gave the top Spanish riders at the Vuelta a Espana something to think about tonight with an aggressive performance, wherein he took three seconds in intermediate bonuses and another 12 on the line, barely losing the race's 18th stage to Fabio Aru of Astana. Aru, winner of stage 11 in the Basque Country, jumped away from the favorites on the short, punchy climb of Monte Castrove in Galicia, Spain's northwest coastal area.

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  9. The Property ReportRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2014 | Wall Street Journal

    Merlin Properties has raised $1.6 billion and bought Marineda City shopping center in La Coruna, Spain's largest retail complex. Europe was slow to embrace real-estate investment trusts, but a record surge in fundraising is providing a boost to the Continent's recovering commercial-property market.

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  10. McDermott Announces the Christening of Its Latest Vessel - CSV108Read the original story

    Thursday Sep 11 | Business Wire

    McDermott International, Inc. announces the christening of its Construction Support Vessel 108 at Metalships & Docks shipyard in Vigo, Spain. "The vessel will service the immediate needs of the subsea market as a construction support vessel, and should our client requirements for pipelay require additional capacity in the future, the versatility of CSV108 allows us to convert it for pipelay services."

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  11. Degenkolb sprints to fourth stage win in VueltaRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Newkerala.com

    John Degenkolb of team Giant-Shimano gave another fine display of his sprinting prowess, taking his fourth stage victory of the Vuelta de Espana cycle race. The German rider, who had already won three stages, was the fastest rider once again over the finish line Wednesday, ahead of Michael Matthews and Fabian Cancellara , reports Xinhua.

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  12. John Degenkolb celebrates as he pips Michael Matthews (L) at the finish line.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | The Age

    CORUNNA: Australian cyclist Michael Matthews remains confident he can snatch a second Tour of Spain stage win this year, despite being edged out in a sprint finish for the second time this tour. Matthews nearly timed his run to perfection for the 190.7km stage 17 ride from Ortigeira to La Coruna, but came up just short to Germany's sprint specialist John Degenkolb, who claimed his fourth stage victory.

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  13. Sport News Update, what you need to knowRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Yahoo!

    Fremantle say they're not melting under the finals heat heading into Saturday night's cut-throat clash with Port Adelaide, with star midfielder Nat Fyfe saying his team was embracing the pressure of knockout finals football. RUGBY LEAGUE - Mixed news for Gold Coast at the NRL judiciary on Wednesday night, with hooker Beau Falloon having his dangerous throw charge downgraded but teammate Tom Kingston will miss three games for his role in the contract.

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  14. Prolific Degenkolb wins 17th stage of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Bangkok Post

    German sprint specialist John Degenkolb won his fourth stage of this year's Tour of Spain on Wednesday when he took the 17th, a 190.7 kilometres ride from Ortigeira to La Coruna. Giant Shimano's German cyclist John Degenkolb celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win the 17th stage of the 69th edition of "La Vuelta" Tour of Spain in La Coruna on September 10, 2014 The 25-year-old's victory -- which sees him move to within one of the total he won on the 2012 edition -- didn't affect the overall standings as two-time champion Alberto Contador will again don the red jersey for Thursday's 18th stage.

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  15. Cycling: Degenkolb wins 17th stage of Tour of SpainRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Channelnewsasia.com

    German sprint specialist John Degenkolb won his fourth stage of this year's Tour of Spain on Wednesday when he took the 17th, a 190.7-kilometre ride from Ortigeira to La Coruna. Giant Shimano's German cyclist John Degenkolb celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win the 17th stage of the 69th edition of "La Vuelta" Tour of Spain in La Coruna.

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  16. European REITs Are on a TearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Wall Street Journal

    Merlin Properties has raised $1.6 billion and bought Marineda City shopping center in La Coruna, Spain's largest retail complex. Europe was slow to embrace real-estate investment trusts, but a record surge in fundraising is providing a boost to the Continent's recovering commercial-property market.

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  17. Navantia Banks on the FutureRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Marine News

    It is no secret that the Spanish shipbuilding sector has hit on hard times, particularly in the big ship sector where much of the commercial business has evolved to lower cost manufacturers in the Far East. But considering that Navantia has a 300-year history, the current downturn is put in perspective.

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  18. WOMEX Celebrates 20th Anniversary Of World Music Industry Gathering In SpainRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Hypebot

    WOMEX is a nomadic world music industry gathering that takes place annually in various locations in Europe. This year WOMEX celebrates its 20th anniversary from October 22 to 26 in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain.

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  19. Contador moves closer to Vuelta triumph after stage 16 winRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Newkerala.com

    Alberto Contador took an important step towards winning the Vuelta de Espana cycle race after winning stage 16. Contador won by 15 seconds ahead of Chris Froome, who had begun the day in third place and over a minute behind second placed Alejandro Valverde, to stamp his dominance on the race Monday, reports Xinhua. Stage 16 was always set up to be the decisive stage in the three-week long race with five first category climbs in just under 160 kilometres.

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  20. Chemical Society Appoints New Editor-In-Chief For C&ENRead the original story

    Monday Sep 8 | Chemical & Engineering News

    ... as the digital revolution transforms how people create, distribute, and consume information." A native of Galicia, Spain, Campos-Seijo holds a B.Sc. in chemistry from Spain's University of Santiago de Compostela and England's Manchester Metropolitan ...

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