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Ukraine Update: Vessel Movements

Ukraine is to resume grain exports in 3 ports in the Black Sea. Chernomorisk, Odesa & Yuzhni.
The Ukrainian Authorities’ intention is to have bulk carriers sailing regularly in and out of these 3 ports. The estimated cargo is 20 million tons of grain.
Skytek is closely monitoring the formation of the first convoy, and for merchant ships entering Ukrainian ports.
We can monitor entry, exit, and the ships’ condition while alongside the operating jetty.

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Severe Weather

Typhoon Namadol – Severe Weather Report

Tropical cyclone Namadol formed on September 11th in the Philippine Sea, reaching typhoon wind force by September 15th and 24 hours after, on September 16th it intensified into a Category 4 typhoon, with violent winds of 160 MPH and waves of up to 15m.
Due to quoted risks of unprecedented storms, high waves, storm surges, and record rainfall, the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) has issued its highest warning for the Kagoshima region where the typhoon is expected to make landfall on Sunday afternoon.

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Marine

Marine Casualty Advisory – Collision at Gibraltar

Two vessels have collided in the port of Gibraltar at 1320UTC on August 29th, 2022, the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Tanker Adam LNG and the Bulk Carrier OS35. The estimated market value of the Marshal Islands LNG Tanker Adam LNG is placed by Skytek’s price modelling platform at $147,16m with a demolition value of $16,58, while the Tuvalu flag Bulk Carrier OS35 is priced at an estimated market value of $12,76m.

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Marine

Severe Weather Advisory – Typhoon Hinnamnor

HINNAMNOR formed as a Tropical Cyclone on August 27th in the Pacific Ocean and intensified into a Category Two Typhoon on August 29th. Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JWTC) forecasts a rapidly intensifying Category Four Typhoon in the next 36 hours as it heads towards Taiwan but is expected to veer near the Japanese island of Naha.

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War

Ukraine ports resume grain exports

Ukraine is to resume grain exports in 3 ports in the Black Sea. Chernomorisk, Odesa & Yuzhni.
The Ukrainian Authorities’ intention is to have bulk carriers sailing regularly in and out of these 3 ports. The estimated cargo is 20 million tons of grain.
Skytek is closely monitoring the formation of the first convoy, and for merchant ships entering Ukrainian ports.
We can monitor entry, exit, and the ships’ condition while alongside the operating jetty.

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War

Mariupol Port Report

On February 24th, 2022 Russia initiated a military invasion of Ukraine, resulting in the suspension of shipping operations in the Ukraine ports of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov until further notice.

Skytek is able to monitor the marine hull trapped in the closed ports of Ukraine, city and port properties. Using high-resolution imagery satellite imagery and other space assets, we can generate bespoke reports for assets of interest, indicating and quantifying any potential claim associated with the conflict.

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