North Korea Builds Largest Missile Submarine Yet
Satellite footage suggests that the North Korean regime of Kim Jong-Un has begun development of a massive new submarine capable of launching ballistic missiles further potentially threatening the US…
Twiflex to Debut New TLB System at WorkBoat
Twiflex Ltd., a supplier of brakes and clutches to the marine industry, said it will launch its new TLB (Turning, Locking…
LR to class Federal German Seagoing Fleet
The WSV (Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration) represented by the Waterways and Shipping Agency (WSA) Bremen, a branch of the German government, is transferring…
Radio Holland Supplies Communications for Weir Complexes
Radio Holland’s Mission Critical Communications (MCC) department is responsible for the design, supply and commissioning…
US Warship Challenges China's Claims in South China Sea
A U.S. navy destroyer sailed near islands claimed by China in the South China Sea on Friday, drawing a warning from Chinese…
Changing Spill Risk in a Changing Arctic Landscape
Industry analyst and environmental consultant Dagmar Schmidt Etkin, PhD, takes a hard look at a rapidly shifting operational landscape in the Arctic.
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Maersk Line Returns to Iran
The latest country included in the Maersk Line organization is part of the UAE cluster comprising of UAE, Oman, Qatar and Iran.
Sir David Attenborough Lays Keel for New Polar Research Ship
U.K. shipbuilder Cammell Laird held one of the largest ceremonies in its history when Sir David Attenborough joined more than 1
'We Will Not Stand by and Wait for Global Regulation' -Maersk Line
Shipbreaking has become commercial due to the recycling of steel becoming a global commodity in demand. This means that the dismantling and
Why Do Accidents Happen in Oil Industry?
As the oil and gas industry strives for cost effective execution in projects and operations while maintaining a high focus on safety and