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Seafarers help Sought to Improve Onboard Design

The Nautical Institute and CIRM (the principal international association for marine electronics companies) today launched a joint initiative to improve the usability

Aqualis Offshore Lands Study Job for LNG Barge

Offshore marine and engineering consultancy Aqualis Offshore, part of Oslo-listed Aqualis ASA, has been contracted by Gas Entec Co. Ltd to provide an engineering

MGI is Newest IPCSA Member

Press release- A month after celebrating its 30th anniversary, the Marseille-based Port Community System operator MGI has been welcomed as the newest member of

ABS Publishes CyberSafety Guidance

ABS has published Guidance Notes on the Application of Cybersecurity Principles to Marine and Offshore Operations.   This cybersecurity guidance note is the first

'Subsea Matchmaking Service' at Subsea Expo

A matchmaking service aiming to reduce the costs of recruiting engineers for subsea projects is being launched at Subsea Expo. ENG Resources has been established

Lyden-Kluss, RADM Thomas Appointed IMO Ambassadors

Mission to educate the public about the benefits and opportunities in the marine industry Carleen Lyden-Kluss, Chief Executive Officer of Morgan Marketing & Communications, along with RADM Cari B.

STCW 2010 - Employers Need to be Ready, Says ICS

The transitional period for the 2010 amendments to the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW 2010) comes to an end on 1 January 2017.

Veson Nautical Adds 42 Clients

Veson Nautical, a  provider of commercial maritime software and services, has announced that despite challenging times in the shipping industry, the company has

India Fosters Growth in its Maritime Sector

The Indian government’s has been going all out to put the growth of the Indian maritime Industry on a fast track by opening up a host of opportunities, offering

DW: Offshore Energy Sector Under Pressure

This week, DW looks at some of the key takeaways from an event held last Thursday in London, hosted by the Society of Underwater Technology. Douglas-Westwood (DW)

Ports America Refocuses, Oakland Lease Goes

Ports America, the largest stevedore and terminal operating company in the United States, is refocusing its business strategies on the West Coast through additional

Gazprom, Shell Mull LNG Projects

Hosting a Working Meeting yesterday at St. Petersburg, Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee discussed with Harry Brekelmans, Maarten Wetselaar,

ICE to Present at RINA Conference

The ICE group of companies, Europe's largest independent naval architecture and marine engineering consultancy, will present a paper at RINA’s Maritime Project

Harding Wins Heerema Sleipnir Contract

Harding has been awarded contracts for nine FF1200 freefall lifeboat systems complete with davits on Heerema Offshore Services BV’s Semi Submersible Crane Vessel Sleipnir.

Wood Group Lands Prelude Deal

Wood Group has secured a three year contract with Shell Australia’s Prelude, Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) project. Perth-based Wood Group Kenny will

BP, Rosneft to Dissolve German JV

  Rosneft and BP today announced that they have signed a binding agreement to dissolve the existing refining JV Ruhr Oel GmbH (ROG) as they move toward completion

Pilot Transfer Arrangements - AMSA

  The IMO Convention for Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS Chapter V, Regulation 23) sets out the principal requirements for the rigging of pilot ladders.  There is

U.S. Manufacturing Stalls, Cutting Fuel Consumption - Kemp

  Excess inventories at every stage along the supply chain are weighing down business activity as well as depressing freight demand and diesel consumption in the United States.

France to be vigilant Iran nuclear deal "strictly respected" - Fabius

  France will keep a close eye out to ensure that Iran's nuclear deal with diplomatic powers is strictly respected, Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said on Saturday in a statement.

Nexen Apologizes for Worker's death at Canada Oil Sands Site

  Nexen Energy executives apologized on Saturday for an explosion at the company's Long Lake oil sands facility in Alberta that killed one employee, left another

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