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Glycerin Powers into the Propulsion Picture

Maine Maritime Academy Receives a $1.4 Million U.S. DOT Research Grant to Develop a Marine Engine Testing and Emissions Laboratory. The Marine Engine Testing and

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Contracts

Nansha Factory Cuts First Steel for Tanker Newbuilds

Construction begins on two 113,000 DWT product/crude oil tankers in Nansha Factory   A steel

Nicaragua Canal Developer Plans IPO

The Hong Kong-based company with a concession to build a $50 billion shipping canal in Nicaragua

Mitsubishi Considers Splitting Off Shipbuilding Arm

Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd (MHI) said on Wednesday it was considering a range

Workboats

FMT Embraces Electronic Records Management

After Testing Records Technology Waters, Tug and Barge Company Jumps In. Shortly after Florida

New Generation SSAV Delivered to PACC Offshore

POSH Xanadu, the first of a new generation of DP3 Semisubmersible Accommodation Vessels (SSAV)

Nakilat to Build 11 Tugs for New Doha Port

Qatar’s New Port Project (NPP) has signed an agreement with Nakilat Damen Shipyards Qatar

Maritime Security

EU NAVFOR Flagship Visits Madagsacar

The EU Naval Force (EU NAVFOR) Flagship, ITS Andrea Doria, paid a port visit to Madagascar

RS Certifies Containers for Upper Stage Rockets

Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS) informed it has expanded its competencies in certifying

General Dynamics Bags USN Contract for MLP AFSB

The U.S. Navy has awarded General Dynamics NASSCO a $498 million contract for the detail

People & Company News

Nicaragua Canal Developer Plans IPO

The Hong Kong-based company with a concession to build a $50 billion shipping canal in Nicaragua

Mitsubishi Considers Splitting Off Shipbuilding Arm

Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd (MHI) said on Wednesday it was considering a range

Pipeline Spills into Black Sea From Russian Source

A leak on a major Russian oil pipeline caused a spill in the Black Sea near the port of Tuapse

Legal

Nicaragua Canal Developer Plans IPO

The Hong Kong-based company with a concession to build a $50 billion shipping canal in Nicaragua

Petrobras Sets up Special Committee

The Board of Directors of Petrobras approved at a meeting held today, the creation of a

Chariot to Farm-out with Woodside

Chariot Oil & Gas Limited, the Atlantic margins focused oil and gas exploration company,

Marine Propulsion

Glycerin Powers into the Propulsion Picture

Maine Maritime Academy Receives a $1.4 Million U.S. DOT Research Grant to Develop a Marine

California OGV Fuel Regulations Under Review

The California Air Resources Board (ARB) issued an advisory to owners or operators of oceangoing

IMO: New ECA Sulfur Limits FAQ

Ships trading in designated emission control areas will have to use onboard fuel oil with

 
 
 
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