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  • 8 March 2006

    Brasil 1

  • 10 December 2013

    The Federal Government’s decision to allow three million cubic metres of sediment and rock to be dredged and dumped in World Heritage waters to expand Abbot Point port, is “damaging and short-sighted,” reef campaigners said today. AMCS Great Barrier Reef Campaign Director, Felicity Wishart, said the go ahead for dredging and dumping flies in the […]

  • 25 February 2016
    Research & Development

    Mark Moline and Kelly Benoit-Bird co-authored a paper on the advantage of linking multi-sensor systems aboard an AUV to enable the vehicle to synthesize sound data in real-time so that it can independently make decisions about what action to take next. Mark Moline, a director of the School of Marine Science and Policy in the University of […]

  • 2 June 2020
    Business & Finance

    The UK Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has postponed the statutory deadline for the Hornsea Project Three development consent order (DCO) application to 1 July. As reported, the DCO decision was supposed to be announced on 1 June for the Hornsea Project Three, Norfolk Vanguard, and Thanet Extension offshore wind […]

  • 29 October 2014
    Business & Finance

    The federal Environment Minister is deciding whether dredge spoil can be dumped on or near wetlands on the Great Barrier Reef’s coastline without an environmental impact statement, announced the Australian Greens. “It’s disgraceful that Minister Hunt is deciding whether millions of tonnes of dredge spoil can be dumped on or near the Caley Valley wetlands, […]

  • 21 March 2019
    Business & Finance, Rules & Regulation

    NAT is “steadfast” on its decision that scrubbers are not a solution for the company.

  • 13 June 2014

    Congressman Steny H. Hoyer, U.S. Senators Barbara A. Mikulski and Ben Cardin, and Congressman Chris Van Hollen voiced disappointment after the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) denied their request to extend the public comment period on the environmental assessment on Dominion’s proposed natural gas liquefaction facility at Cove Point. “We are extremely disappointed by FERC’s […]

  • 29 June 2018
    Authorities & Government, Business & Finance, Operations & Maintenance, Research & Development, Technology

    David Clubb reflects on the UK Government’s decision not to invest in the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon

  • 5 September 2014
    Business & Finance

    Halliburton has announced that the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana ruled that Halliburton was negligent in its conduct related to the April 20, 2010 Macondo well incident in the Gulf of Mexico. The Court allocated 3 percent of the fault to Halliburton with the remaining fault allocated to other parties involved. […]

  • 8 February 2007

    The UK’s highest court is expected to take up to five weeks to deliver a decision on a long-running fishing dispute between Guernsey and Jersey. The argument hinges on a decision by Guernsey to make non-local fishermen apply for licences to fish between the three and 12-mile limits of its waters.

  • 15 March 2006

    The cruise industry’s rush to build ever-larger ships could be constrained by profits, not practicality, some executives at the annual Seatrade Cruise Shipping convention in Miami Beach said Tuesday.

  • 19 June 2014

    Members of the Australian Local Government Association (ALGA) should be commended for turning their back on anti-natural gas misinformation and scare campaigns and focusing on regional development, APPEA said. Two motions, put forward by Griffith City Council in NSW and Moyne Council in Victoria, to respectively restrict and ban natural gas development across Australia were […]

  • 16 September 2015
    Business & Finance

    Sustaining above-market container volume growth, achieving the deepest harbor on the East Coast, investing in infrastructure and expanding its cargo base topped the list of South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) five-year initiatives, highlighted at the State of the Port this week. In his seventh address at the annual Propeller Club of Charleston event, president and […]

  • 19 January 2015

    The Decision Making Committee of the Environmental Protection Authority said it would take another six working days to reach a decision on Chatham Rock Phosphate’s marine consent application.  A decision is now due on or by 10 February. The DMC announcement said the delay for the decision, previously expected on or before 30 January, was […]

  • 25 June 2015
    Business & Finance

    Tony Gibson, CEO of Ports of Auckland, today said that the company will not appeal the recent High Court decision which revoked resource consent for the Bledisloe wharf extensions. “While the decision causes us some problems with consenting and our ability to accommodate more and longer ships, we feel that appealing this case would not […]

  • 12 February 2015
    Business & Finance

    Court decision on the implementation of the widening and deepening of the navigation channel on the Lower and Outer Elbe is urgently needed this year, according to the Port of Hamburg officials. The widening and deepening of the channel is of particular importance especially having in mind that forecast growth in freight traffic, according to […]

  • 10 March 2011

    A decision on the Nabucco investment will be made this year, and Russia could also ship gas through the pipeline at a later stage, Nabucco… (bbjonline) [mappress] Source: bbjonline, March 10, 2011;

  • 15 January 2020
    Operations & Maintenance

    Woodside and its partners, Cairn and FAR, have signed a joint Final Investment Decision (FID) statement, in agreement with Petrosen and the Government of Senegal for the Sangomar field development. The FID was signed at an official ceremony on Tuesday night with the Minister of Petroleum and Energies, Monsieur Mouhamadou Cisse, Cairn informed. The FID […]

  • 3 October 2012
    Business & Finance

    The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), whose member national shipowners’ associations represent more than 80% of the world merchant fleet, has expressed disappointment and concern at a decision by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to reject its call to accelerate a critical study into the global availability of low sulphur fuel for ships. A small […]

  • 25 November 2014
    Business & Finance

    Shipyards in the Netherlands may no longer be able to rely on the right to retain a vessel while awaiting payment for work done as a result of a recent decision of the Dutch courts, Rotterdam-based law firm AKD says. According to the law firm, as a result of this unexpected decision, shipyards could be […]

  • 15 March 2017
    Business & Finance

    After much preparatory work and engagement with Internal Drainage Boards (IDBs), the Environment Agency (EA) and other partners involved, Defra has given the green light to a number of pilot projects to propose to “de-main” certain sections of main river across the country. The Association of Drainage Authorities (ADA) reports that the process involves investigating […]

  • 9 November 2016
    Business & Finance

    Dún Laoghaire Harbor Company (DLHC) has welcomed the An Bord Pleanála decision to grant permission for the proposed new cruise berth.  This decision allows DLHC to accommodate up to 80% of cruise ships that currently visit Dublin Bay. Eithne Scott Lennon, Chairperson of DLHC, said: “The development of cruise tourism in Dun Laoghaire and its […]