Friday, November 04, 2011 Maritime News

GIS Marine selects MarineCFO

Nov 04, 2011

MarineCFO Inc. said that GIS Marine, Inc. has chosen to implement the full MarineCFO Enterprise software suite. GIS Marine is now providing a fleet of supply vessels

USCG Works to Save Energy, Emissions

Nov 04, 2011

Alaris Companies last month announced it is working with the U.S. Coast Guard to help it decrease energy use and emissions via its fleet energy management program.

Offshore Renewable Energy: Servicing North Sea Wind Turbines

Nov 04, 2011

A boat with suspension, a giant robotic arm and a vessel resembling a seahorse are just three of the innovative concepts shortlisted by the Carbon Trust as part

Bulkhead Shaft Sealing: IT Really is Rocket Science

Nov 04, 2011

Midé Technology Corp., founded in 1989 by MIT PhD. Marthinus van Schoor, is a company created around the design and engineering of smart material based systems and solutions.

Port Ops and Vessel Efficiency

Nov 04, 2011

According to the United Nations, the world’s population which currently stands at just over 6.7 billion could reach over nine billion by 2050.  This staggering

ROBOBOATS: Autonomous Boats Aid Maritime Security

Nov 04, 2011

The theme of the 4th International RoboBoat Competition, sponsored by The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) Foundation and the Office of Naval Research (ONR),

Brazil Shipbuilding: Soaring to New Heights

Nov 04, 2011

The recent growth of the Brazilian shipbuilding industry, with the construction of more than 20 new shipyards and efforts to modernize older shipyards, has highlighted

Braving the Human Element in Safety

Nov 04, 2011

The maritime industry is notorious for braving the elements.   One element however — the human one — poses greater safety risk than rough seas or gale-force winds

Castrol Calls for Clarity on Polar Lubricants Usage

Nov 04, 2011

As Polar shipping movements increase, Castrol Marine suggests that greater attention should be paid to the environmental credentials of lubricants used on board

Opening the Artic for Business: The Risk-based Approach to Polar Code

Nov 04, 2011

The IMO’s Sub-Committee on Ship Design and Equipment (DE) is working on a mandatory Code for ships operating in Polar waters — widely known as the Polar Code, to

The Art of Seafarer Competency

Nov 04, 2011

The first International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW Convention) was adopted in 1978.  It proved to be

Eye on Design: Cooperative Research Ships

Nov 04, 2011

There can be few organizations that bring together so many sectors of the maritime industry in a non-competitive environment. Cooperative Research Ships (CRS), 40+ years and still going strong,

Deepwater Horizon Lingers

Nov 04, 2011

It has been more than 16 months since the Deepwater Horizon incident on April 20, 2010 which resulted in the deaths of 11 and injuries to 17 men working on the

The Changing Face of Piracy

Nov 04, 2011

As the NATO and EU NAVFOR operations Ocean Shield and Atalanta continue their work in the Gulf of Aden, Indian Ocean and Red Sea areas, one could easily be forgiven for thinking, well, that’s that.

STUDY: Ballast Water Measures Are Falling Short

Nov 04, 2011

Not Enough Ships Able to Flush Out Invasive Species Before They Reach Port, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Reports Invasive species have hitchhiked to the U.

Nagel Presented with the Breakbulk Lifetime Achievement

Nov 04, 2011

Jerry Nagel, Chairman of Rickmers-Linie (America), was presented with the 8th annual Lifetime Leadership and Achievement Award at a ceremony celebrating the opening

DryShips and OceanFreight Complete Merger

Nov 04, 2011

DryShips Inc. (NASDAQ: DRYS) and OceanFreight Inc. (NASDAQ: OCNF) announced today that following approval by OceanFreight's shareholders at a special meeting, the

U.S. DOJ: Guilty Plea and Fine in Pollution Case

Nov 04, 2011

Oregon Governor’s Fund for the Environment will receive $375,000.     U.S. Attorney S. Amanda Marshall and Oregon Attorney General John Kroger jointly announced

VideoRay and SeeByte Announce Partnership

Nov 04, 2011

SeeByte, the global leader in creating smart software technology for unmanned systems, and VideoRay the world leader in Inspection Class-ROV technology, have announced

IMarEST Appoints ANZSPAC Executive Director

Nov 04, 2011

The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) has appointed Liz Hay as Executive Director of its ANZSPAC (Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific) Division.

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