Thursday, June 12, 2014 Maritime News

Exxon Mobil's Angola Project To Hit 160,000 Barrels

Jun 12, 2014

Exxon Mobil Corporation today announced the CLOV project in Angola started up on schedule and is expected to reach daily production capacity of 160,000 barrels in the coming months.

Leighton Holdings Announces Appointment Of MDs

Jun 12, 2014

Leighton Holdings announced the appointment of Four Managing Directors.    Construction will be led by David Jurd, who is currently the Executive General Manager

Lauritzen & Namura Sign Newbuilding Contract

Jun 12, 2014

  Lauritzen Bulkers and Namura Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Japan have signed contracts for building at Hakodate of two bulk carriers at a signing ceremony in Copenhagen on 10 June 2014.

Tropical Storm Expected To Hit Omani Coast

Jun 12, 2014

  Adverse weather from 15 to 17 June may affect cargo operations & marine movements of Port Sultan Qaboos, as a result of a tropical storm expected to hit the Omani coast on Sunday (15 June).

Modern Terminals Celebrates Its 100 Millionth Container

Jun 12, 2014

Modern Terminals Limited, the pioneer of the first purpose-built container terminal in Hong Kong, today welcomes the arrival of its 100 millionth twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs).

Wood Group Forms Joint Venture With ABT Oil & Gas

Jun 12, 2014

  Wood Group PSN (WGPSN) announced that it has entered into a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (“MoU”) with ABT Oil and Gas Ltd (“ABTOG”) to create a 50/50 jointly controlled entity.

EIA's Short-Term Energy Outlook

Jun 12, 2014

  North Sea Brent crude oil spot prices increased from a monthly average of $108/barrel (bbl) in April to $110/bbl in May.  This was the 11th consecutive month

Ferry Family Boss Eludes South Korea Manhunt

Jun 12, 2014

South Korea's biggest and most bizarre manhunt, linked to a ferry disaster in which hundreds drowned, has come full circle at the compound of a sect known for its

CMRE Leads Large Glider Experiment

Jun 12, 2014

CMRE leads large glider experiment in the Sardinian Sea to enhance Environmental Knowledge and Operational Effectiveness (EKOE) capabilities. The REP14-MED sea

Oil Prices High amid Iraq Violence

Jun 12, 2014

Oil prices jumped to nine-month highs on Thursday, as concerns mounted that escalating violence in Iraq could disrupt oil supplies from the second-largest OPEC producer.

Hydro-Lek Wins Manipulators Orders for Manned Submersibles

Jun 12, 2014

Hydro-Lek have delivered four HLK-RHD 4 (4-function) manipulators and four HLK-CRA6 (6-function) manipulators to Canada-based submersible manufacturer, Nuytco Research Ltd,

Mitsubishi Mulls Stake in Alstom

Jun 12, 2014

Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is considering taking a direct stake in French engineering group Alstom as part of an offer with Germany's Siemens, two French newspapers said on Thursday.

ABB RoboScreens for Royal Caribbean's Quantum Class

Jun 12, 2014

Six 100” video screens attached to six industrial robots help cruise ship operator expand onboard entertainment and amenities possibilities As Royal Caribbean

Plymouth Marine Lab, IMarEST Renews Partnership

Jun 12, 2014

Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) announced it is to renew its partnership with the Institute for Marine Engineering Science and Technology (IMarEST). The year-long

White House: Baiji Oil Refinery Remains in Iraqi Govt. Control

Jun 12, 2014

The White House said on Thursday that Iraq's largest oil refinery in the northern town of Baiji remained in control of the government of Iraq despite advances in

PSAT Used for Trout Study on Lake Superior

Jun 12, 2014

For the last decade pop-up satellite tags (PSAT) have been used to track migrations of our most important marine mega fauna such as bluefin tuna, great white sharks and other underwater species.

Scanjet, Scnavent Offer In-tank Equipment Package

Jun 12, 2014

Scanjet Marine AB and Scanvent ApS are combining product ranges to create what the companies claim to be the most comprehensive in-tank equipment package available for tankers and FPSOs.

Climate Change Winners and Losers

Jun 12, 2014

The Antarctic Peninsula, the northern most region of Antarctica, is experiencing some of the most dramatic changes due to climate warming, including population declines of some penguin species.

Today in U.S. Naval History: June 12

Jun 12, 2014

Today in U.S. Naval History: June 12 1944 - Four U.S. Carrier Groups (15 carriers) begin attack on Japanese positions in the Marianas. 1948 - The Women's

ASL to Build Ocean Data Geoportal for Greenland O&G

Jun 12, 2014

The Mineral Licence and Safety Authority of the Government of Greenland (MLSA) has contracted ASL Environmental Sciences to build and maintain a web-based marine geoportal from which sea ice,


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