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Carnival Looks to the Past to Name Its Newest Ship

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The biggest ship Carnival Cruise Line has ever constructed will have an equally robust name. Carnival revealed the new name for its XL-class ship, slated to debut in 2020: Mardi Gras. The ship, which will …

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Carnival Launches Construction on Newest Cruise Ship

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Carnival Cruise Line has cut the first steel on its newest, largest cruise ship. The as-yet-unnamed ship, which will be the first-ever operating ship in North America to run on liquefied natural gas, is being …

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Carnival Launches Construction on First-Ever LNG Cruise Ship

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Carnival Cruise Line has officially cut the first steel on its newest ship, set to be the first-ever ship in North America operating on liquefied natural gas. The ship, which will be the largest ship …

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 By Ramesh SujananiOp-Ed Contributor There was an article in the Jamaica Gleaner last week describing the choice of an Liquefied Natural Gas plant (Fossil Fuel) for handling up to 460 megawatts over the next three years. We have probably flogged …

 Above: US Virgin Islands Governor John de Jongh (Photo: OG) By the Caribbean Journal staff Now is the time to tackle St Croix’s economic challenges, US Virgin Islands Governor John de Jongh recently told a group of business leaders in …

 Above: Energy Minister Phillip Paulwell By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaica will make every effort to complete the country’s Liquefied Natural Gas project by 2014, according to Energy Minister Phillip Paulwell. Under the plan, LNG would be supplied to the …

 Above: Nigerian Foreign Minister Olugbenga Ashiru (UN Photo/Paulo Filgueiras) By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaican Foreign Minister Dr Kenneth Baugh held talks yesterday with Nigerian Foreign Minister Olugbenga Adeyemi Ashiru in New Kingston’s Courtleigh Hotel. The two officials discussed a …