BP Awards Gulf of Mexico Work to Subsea 7
Subsea 7 said it was awarded a contract by BP as part of the deepwater Mad Dog 2 development, located approximately 190 miles south of New Orleans. The contract scope covers engineering…
Korean Shipyards Cut Costs to Boost Profit
South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) said that they will strive to boost their…
Carl Vinson Celebrates 35th Anniversary of Ship's Commissioning
The crew of the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) celebrated the ship's 35th commissioning ceremony March 13 while…
Polarcus Bags Work in Australia, West Africa
Polarcus Limited has announce that the Company has finalized a contract for 3D marine seismic acquisition in Australia. The…
Maersk Reaches Key North Sea Tax Deal with Denmark
Shipping and oil company A. P. Moller-Maersk on Wednesday reached an agreement with the Danish state that means it will pay…
Damen books DAB Vloot ferry order
The last newbuild order of 2016 for the Damen Shipyards Group was signed on the 31st of December with DAB Vloot of Belgium.
Danish Finance Minister to Report on North Sea Oil Negotiations with Maersk
Denmark's finance minister Kristian Jensen will hold a news conference about the government's ongoing negotiations with the Danish Underground Consortium (DUC) about…
ASV Global to demonstrate C-Worker 5 ASV at Ocean Business exhibition
ASV Global has announced it will be demonstrating its C-Worker 5 Autonomous Surface Vehicle (ASV) at the Ocean Business exhibition in Southampton…
Trump's Navy: A Look at the Future US Navy
It’s still too early to know for certain what the new administration will do about building up the U.S. Navy, as the numbers are a moving target.
OP/Ed: Obama’s Arctic Decision Undercut His Own Legacy
On December 20, 2016, in an 11th hour unilateral action designed to cement his environmental legacy, President Obama withdrew 3.
Clean Shipping on the Great Lakes
Maritime Reporter & Engineering News recently spoke with Mark Barker, president of The Interlake Steamship Company
Already Strong on the US West Coast, Scania Looks East
Go east, young man, go east: Scania’s market reach grows with a key workboat contract. The reasons why are easy enough to see.