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Free Research Reports on Selected Companies by Analysts' Corner

Analysts' Corner release new research reports highlighting Trinity Industries, Inc., Nordic American Tankers Limited ), J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc., SEACOR Holdings, Inc.), and DryShips Inc. Readers may access these reports free of charge - including full price targets, industry analysis and analyst ratings - via the links below. Trinity Industries, Inc. Research Report Available at: [ ] Nordic American Tankers Limited Research Report  [ ] J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc. Research Report Available at: [ ] SEACOR Holdings, Inc. Research Report Available at: [ ] DryShips Inc. Research Report Available at: [ ] Analysts' Corner add that they are an independent source whose views do not reflect the companies mentioned in these reports. Secondly that information in this release is fact checked and produced on a best efforts basis and reviewed by a CFA. However, they remind readers that they are only human and are prone to make mistakes. If any errors or omissions are observed, they asked to be notified at:

SSC Release Research Reports

The Ship Structure Committee, sponsored by the U.S. Coast Guard, among others, released four new research reports. SSC-429 is entitled "Rapid Stress Intensity Factor Solution Estimation for Ship Structures Applications". SSC-430 is entitled "Fracture Toughness of a Ship Structure". SSC-431 is entitled "Retention of Weld Metal Properties and Prevention of Hydrogen Cracking". SSC-432 is entitled "Adaptation of Commercial Structural Criteria to Military Needs".

Global Financial Shipping Reports

Q3 2012 Shipping Reports for multiple countries added to store These industry research reports carry forward and share information on business outlook for the Shipping industry in concerned countries based on previous quarters' performance. The common top level points covered in Table of Contents for these reports include:     •    Executive Summary     •    SWOT Analysis - Shipping, Political

Subsea Cables Demand Good News for Supply Sector

More than 1,100 new submarine electricity cable systems are planned from 2012 to 2020, according to a new market research report. The small and highly specialized high-voltage submarine cable market is expected to see significant growth in the coming years. National governments and regional organizations are accelerating efforts to build offshore renewable power generation facilities, link remote landmasses, and interconnect their national grids

China Shipbuilding Industry's Woes Uncovered in New Research Report

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The shipping market is continuously in depression, and the development of China's shipbuilding industry faces huge challenges, says a new report – 'China's Shipbuilding Industry 2013-17' published by Research & Markets. In a newly-issued market research report, 'Report & Markets' finds that from January to September in 2012, the completion volume of China's shipbuilding was 41.58 million deadweight tons, with a decline of 18.5% YOY.

Growth in Oil and Gas Sector Generates an Open Logistics Market

 A new research report from Transport Intelligence (Ti) has suggested that due to a wave of new investment, the scope and structure of oil and gas exploration and production (E&P) has broadened extensively over the past decade, creating an array of opportunities for logistics service providers. This is, in part, due to the emergence of substantial E&P activity in new locations which acts to drive up logistics spend

Mobile Offshore Drilling Units – New Market Forecast

A research report estimates the value of the global mobile offshore drilling market to be US$ 48.1-billion in 2012 An excerpt from the report follows: Oil and gas production from offshore resources is of considerable importance for energy companies as existing base resources are being depleted at a rapid rate. New significant oil discoveries are becoming less common, with the majority of major finds being offshore

Container Terminal Industry Market Research Published

 Global Marine & Container Terminal Operation Industry market research report available. Extracts the IBISWorld report follow: Over the long term, IBISWorld projects that trends towards globalization, complex international supply chains and growing world GDP will see the volume of seaborne trade continue to grow strongly. Marine port operators worldwide are literally and figuratively in the middle of growth in international trade

Australian Port Industries Market Research Report

An updated IBISWorld market research report reveals opportunities for growth in Australian port trades. According to IBISWorld industry analyst Caroline Finch, “IBISWorld forecasts compound annual revenue growth of 2.3% over the five years through 2012-13”. In the current year, the industry is expected to grow 7.0% to reach $3.39 billion. The report indicates that atrong growth in the value of total merchandise trade has been the primary driver behind the Port Operators

Study: O&G Capex Tighter in 2014

New DNV GL report reveals optimism in the sector but caution over rising costs and oil prices Amid a positive outlook for the industry in 2014, senior oil and gas professionals have forecast tighter monitoring of capital expenditure (capex) this year, according to new research published today by DNV GL, the leading technical advisor to the oil and gas industry. While nine in 10 (88%) respondents to the research are confident about the sector, concerns over rising operational costs

U.S. Culls Over 1,200 Oregon Cormorants

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  The U.S. federal government has killed more than 1,000 seabirds on an Oregon island since May to protect endangered salmon as part of a plan that environmentalists say is flawed and are seeking to stop with a lawsuit. So far, 1,221 adult cormorants have been killed and more than 5

Blue Whales Return to Barents Sea

Return of the blue whales

  Employees of the Institute of Sea Research spotted 17 species of blue whales in the Barents Sea in the area of ​​Svalbard. Animals returned to the region after a century of absence. On these meetings the giant cetaceans reported this summer, coast guard ships, and even cruise ships

Crew Engagement and Culture Key to Workboat Safety

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Some 50 percent of crews working on offshore support vessels are willing to compromise safety rather than say “no” to clients or senior management, while nearly 80 percent believe commercial pressures could influence the safety of their working practices

S. Korea Keeps Top Spot in Shipbuilding Beating China, Japan in Q3

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 South Korean shipbuilders have ranked first in the world outpacing Chinese and Japanese rivals in terms of new orders in the third quarter of the year, reports Yonhap quoting  Clarkson Research Services.   South Korean shipyards bagged new orders totaling 2

ABS Drives Game-changing Tech through Research

University Partnership Symposium spotlights research that aims to contribute to sustainable solutions for industry.   Classification society ABS has revealed technological advances at its recent University Partnership Symposium in Houston.   

Can't Touch This: The Climate Case Against Arctic Drilling

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 A new report released today by Oil Change International and Greenpeace USA details a clear case against drilling for oil in the Arctic ocean based on climate science imperatives.    The report, “Untouchable: The Climate Case Against Arctic Drilling,” shows U.S

Examining the Fate of Fukushima Contaminants

Researchers deployed time-series sediment traps 115 kilometers southeast of the nuclear power plant at depths of 500 meters and 1,000 meters. The two traps began collecting samples on July 19, 2011—130 days after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami—and were recovered and reset annually. (Makio Honda, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology)

A fraction of buried, ocean sediment uncovered by typhoons, carried offshore by currents   An international research team reports results of a three-year study of sediment samples collected offshore from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in a new paper published August 18, 2015

Putin's Submarine Ride in Black Sea

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken a high-profile dive to the bottom of the Black Sea to explore an ancient shipwreck off Crimea in a submersible, in a stunt aimed at cementing his image as adventurer and control of the annexed territory, reports AFP.  

Husain appointed ABB’s CTO

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  ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has appointed Bazmi Husain as Chief Technology Officer (CTO), effective January 1, 2016. Husain, an expert in power and automation who has been with ABB for more than 30 years, will report to CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer.

Russian Spy Ship near US Nuke Submarine Bases

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 Fox News and the Washington Free Beacon reported the presence of a  top Russian spy ship off the coast of Kings Bay, Georgia and is capable of cutting undersea cables.   The Pentagon responded to the media reports that it was closely being monitored by defense agencies but

New ‘Diesel Doctor’ Introduced

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Icon Research announced the launch of the new DK-20 Diesel Doctor instrument and version 6 engine analysis software.   The updated DK-20 has been built to be even more portable, rugged, easy to use and accurate with new features such as a touch-screen and built-in test

Economic Importance of River Thames

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 The vital role that the River Thames plays in the economy, the movement of freight and the transport of passengers – and also in the wellbeing of the capital’s residents – has been made clear in two new reports launched by the Port of London Authority (PLA) this week during

France's DCNS, Fincantieri Discuss Joint Venture

French naval shipbuilder DCNS and Italian rival Fincantieri are in discussions about creating a joint venture, website reported on Friday. The two companies agreed this summer to come up with a roadmap to determine projects on which they could cooperate

Will Cosco-CSCL Merger be a Trend-setter?

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 A China Ocean Shipping Company COSCO-China Shipping Container Lines (CSCL)merger makes financial sense, but would have huge implications for competition in the container shipping industry, according to Drewry Maritime Research.  

Report Reveals Missing Value Link Offshore

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A recent survey conducted by Trelleborg’s offshore operation paints a positive industry outlook with decision makers taking a long term ‘value-add’ view. Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) rated product quality, responsiveness and skills above cost as the most important

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