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Sunken WWII Landing Craft Refloated

LCT 7074, the last known landing craft to survive the D-Day invasion in 1944, has been refloated as part of a project to lift and save the vessel which began in March 2014,

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EU: Ships Will Measure CO2 Emissions

Shippers to begin monitoring from 2018; Environmental groups say law is weak, shippers favorable.

Hoegh Sees Tough Market until 2016-2017

Oslo-listed liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipper Hoegh LNG reported third-quarter earnings

Woodside to Pick up Moroccan Acreage

Woodside advises that it has entered into a contract for an exclusive Reconnaissance Licence (RL)

Workboats

The Legal Consequences of 46 CFR Subchapter “M”

As the holiday season and the end of another year quickly approaches, the towing industry

Editorial: 75, 150 ... What’s in a Number?

It is not often that I break out the tux for my editorial picture, but this special edition dictates.

Brunswick Updates IMPACT Model Vessels

Brunswick Commercial & Government Products (BCGP) introduces 2015 model year updates to the 10-,

Maritime Security

Bollinger Delivers 11th FRC to the US Coast Guard

Bollinger Shipyards, Inc. has delivered the William Trump, the 11th Fast Response Cutter (FRC)

US Navy Evaluating SEWIP for LCS

The U.S. Navy is evaluating a scaled-down version of the Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement

Australian Defence Minister Says Would Not Trust Submarine Firm to Build Canoe

Australia's defence minister has said he would not trust state-owned Australian Submarine

People & Company News

Stena Bulk Joins World Ocean Council

Stena Bulk reports it is the first Swedish shipping company to join the World Ocean Council (WOC),

CMA CGM Acquires OPDR

The CMA CGM Group has acquired the German shipping company Oldenburg-Portugiesische Dampfschiffs-Rhederei

EU: Ships Will Measure CO2 Emissions

Shippers to begin monitoring from 2018; Environmental groups say law is weak, shippers favorable.

Legal

EU: Ships Will Measure CO2 Emissions

Shippers to begin monitoring from 2018; Environmental groups say law is weak, shippers favorable.

Woodside to Pick up Moroccan Acreage

Woodside advises that it has entered into a contract for an exclusive Reconnaissance Licence (RL)

PGS Moves Asia Pacific HQ to Malaysia

Petroleum Geo-Services ASA : Kuala Lumpur Becomes the New Asia Pacific Regional Headquarters As

Marine Propulsion

Is Glycerine the Next Marine Fuel?

Following a year described as “intense activity,” the Glycerine Fuel for Marine Sustainability

Thrustmaster Names Pineda Director of Sales and Marketing

Marcela Pineda has been promoted to Director of Sales and Marketing at Thrustmaster of Texas.

Preparing for Low Sulphur Operation

Stricter limitations on sulphur emissions (SOx) will pose many challenges to ships operating

 
 
 
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