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  • 8 February 2018
    Business & Finance

    If all goes well the building of Amazing Grace could commence in three to four years.

  • 5 February 2014

    Turkey has been a maritime nation for centuries, shipbuilding activity commenced in 1390, the first shipyard in Istanbul was established in 1455 and in the 16th century, the biggest shipyards in the world were Turkish. With a coast line of 8,435 kilometres, the maritime industry is of utmost importance and shipping is the most used […]

  • 13 January 2019
    Business & Finance, Rules & Regulation

    Sailcargo goes back to the roots of shipbuilding industry to be competitive in the market of conscious consumerism.

  • 1 July 2013

    The Dutch-Russian maritime tradition dates back to the late 17th century when Tsar Peter the Great, who dreamed of making Russia a maritime power, went to the Netherlands to learn the trade. To emphasise their long bilateral relations, 2013 was declared the Netherlands-Russia year, and of course the maritime industry plays a role in these […]

  • 12 March 2013
    Business & Finance

    The Korean Register of Shipping (KR) has become one of the first classification societies to go mobile with the launch of a brand new app called “SMART Fleet”. “SMART Fleet” is a unique app available on Android and iOS platforms that delivers up-to-the-minute information on vessels, fleets, surveys, audits, port state control and more. Two […]

  • 26 November 2014

    Technologically advanced, robust and backed by solid supply chains: the German maritime industry is like the whole ‘Wirtschaft’. Dutch suppliers can find partners there, if they deliver highly specialised and innovative equipment. Well prepared, detailed and technical presentations with a formal approach will please German businessmen. Central in the European continent with only short coastlines […]

  • 8 February 2012

    Being green is fashionable these days. With ever stricter rules and regulations, the maritime industry is peparing to go green and sustainable projects can be found in every sector. A special project is the Green Tug Project, a cooperation between the three Dutch companies Offshore Ship Designers (OSD), Iskes Towage & Salvage and Damen Shipyards […]

  • 23 December 2014
    Business & Finance

    Oceanlinx has gone into liquidation, costing its shareholders around EUR 53 million (AUD 80 million), writes Australian news site. Namely, Australian wave energy developer went into administration earlier this year preceded by incident that affected the company financially. During the transportation of company’s prototype generator greenWAVE the buoyancy failed leaving the device stranded approximately one […]

  • 29 August 2014

    This time-lapse video shows Sofrana Surville’s round trip through New Zealand, Australia, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands, which lasted 33 days. The whole journey has been condensed to this 14-minute video. Surville is a 140.67-meter container ship built in 2007 and home-ported in Saint John’s. She is currently sailing under the […]

  • 4 June 2014

      QGC, a BG Group business, has awarded WorleyParsons Australia an engineering and project services provider contract. These services are in support of the ongoing expansion of QGC’s QCLNG development and the annual program of works associated with their existing coal seam gas facilities and the LNG plant in Queensland. This includes the upstream coal […]

  • 28 October 2010

    Saying the dredging of Laguna Lake is an issue that goes beyond politics and vested interests, Laguna Gov. E.R. Ejercito has asked President… (manilastandardtoday) [mappress] Source: manilastandardtoday, October 28, 2010;

  • 28 November 2011
    Business & Finance

    Kockums launched new website for CarboCAT multipurpose service vessels and fast ferries. They’ve posted the next generation of commercial vessels online. At their site you can use the fuel cost calculator and learn how carbon fibre can boost performance while cutting costs. About CarboCAT CarboCAT is part of Kockums, a Swedish shipyard that has been […]

  • 18 December 2011

    This month Norwegian wave energy developer, Intentium AS launches open wave energy project – owep. This is meant to be a hub where developers, decision makers, suppliers and students, can publish their own project or request for involvement. This will typically be a project for a complete ocean energy system, a sub-system, a scientific theory […]

  • 7 July 2014
    Business & Finance, Environment, Operations & Maintenance

    Dalby Swale has helft Alicat Workboats in Great Yarmouth and is now heading for Lowestoft, where she will begin her first job on the Greater Gabbard Wind Farm. Dalby Swale, the new 23m vessel built by Alicat, was delivered to Dalby Offshore at the Seawork Exhibition last month. The 500MW wind farm is located 23 kilometres […]

  • 21 March 2005

    China is fast becoming a formidable sea power of the other marine variety. It doesn’t yet have monstrous aircraft carriers capable of delivering awesome fire power in the world’s seven seas, but there is a huge fleet of small fishing trawlers flying Chinese flags that sail the ocean blue.

  • 8 September 2008

    Italy’s ENI has emerged as the buyer of First Calgary Petroleum which holds assets in Algeria in a Can. $923 m deal. First Calgary (FCP) said Eni has agreed to acquire all the common shares of the company and shareholders will receive Can. $3.60 per share, valuing FCP at Can. $923 m The deal is […]

  • 16 April 2012
    Business & Finance

    April 13, 2012, as new regulations go into effect by 2015 mandating more environmentally friendly fuels, Port Canaveral is positioned to become a nationwide `green’ leader with this week’s arrival of the first vessel carrying domestically produced biodiesel fuel. Seaport Canaveral’s multi-million infrastructure investment allows for the receipt, blending and distribution of biodiesel fuels at […]

  • 29 May 2012

    Last week, the British-German artist duo HeHe realised a colourful art project on the new bathing beach of Maasvlakte 2. For the project, entitled RODUIN, around 75 tonnes of red sand was spread on the beach, where it forms a large red stain that will gradually disappear under the influence of wind, rain and sea. […]

  • 18 September 2013
    Project & Tenders

    Matrix Composites & Engineering announced it has entered into an agreement with Subsea 7 for the supply of subsea installation buoyancy for their heavy lift tie-in package on the Chevron-operated Gorgon Project in Western Australia. Matrix will supply subsea installation buoyancy ranging from 0.5t to 10t to the Gorgon Project. The buoyancy will be used […]

  • 27 September 2013
    Project & Tenders

    Programmed, through its marine services division, has been awarded a contract to provide vessel management, marine and construction manning, catering and logistical services to Heerema Marine Contractors for its work on the INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG Project. The contract, worth approximately $100 million, will support the installation of offshore moorings, structures and flowlines as part of the offshore Ichthys […]

  • 13 August 2014

    The Court of Appeal in Lagos on Monday upheld a preliminary objection by Nigeria LNG and dismissed an appeal filed by Global West Vessel Specialist, challenging an earlier Federal High Court decision to continue a substantive suit over the blockade of NLNG’s jetty in Bonny, from where the company exports cargoes of LNG and allied […]

  • 9 November 2011
    Business & Finance

    It has been a year of change for Maersk Line and at Intermodal Europe, on 29 November 2011, the carrier’s new business strategy will be placed under the spotlight during a special one-on-one interview with Søren Toft, Vice President of Operations at Maersk Line. The carrier’s Manifesto for Change, announced in June, was positioned as […]