Braemar Hires Kruszewski for Offshore, DP and FEMA

Braemar Engineering, the specialist maritime engineering consultancy, informs it has appointed Chis Kruszewski to the role of senior electrical engineer in its offshore, DP and FMEA group.

Kruszewski Joins Braemar Engineering

  Braemar Engineering, the specialist maritime engineering consultancy, today announced the appointment of Chis Kruszewski to the role of Senior Electrical Engineer in its Offshore,

IACC Focuses on $ 500 Bln Indo-US Trade

  The Road Map to $500 Billion Indo-US Trade  by 2025 was the focus  of the Annual Convention of the  Indo-American Chamber of Commerce, on September 28th and 29th, 2015 in Mumbai.

Nicaragua Canal Project Fraught with Risks

Nicaragua's planned $50 billion canal project is "fraught with risks and uncertainties," and could cause more harm than good unless the government and its Chinese

IRClass Sets up Advisory Committee in Singapore

  The Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) held the first meeting of its Advisory Committee in Singapore. The purpose of the committee, which draws members

Completed GMS Scirocco Gets first Contract

  Gulf Marine Services the provider of advanced self-propelled self-elevating support vessels (SESVs) serving the offshore oil, gas and renewable energy sectors,

Xodus Enters Phase 2 of Pioneering Research into Multiphase Flow

Press release - International energy consultancy Xodus Group and Dutch innovation company TNO have completed the first phase of a pioneering joint industry project

Largest DP World Delegation for Milan Expo

  In the largest delegation to date, DP World has recently sent, its very own employees to live, experience and become part of Milan Expo 2015. DP World’s delegation represented the entire company,

Two Topaz OSCV Order for Vard

  Vard Holdings Limited (“VARD”), one of the major global designers and shipbuilders of offshore and specialized vessels, has secured new contracts for the design

Besselink of Royal HaskoningDHV Quits

  Mr Piet Besselink, Executive Board Member of international engineering and project management consultancy Royal HaskoningDHV, has decided to step down by the end of the year.

ADF Tests Amphibious Capability

  The Australian Defence Force is testing its newest amphibious capability ahead of the upcoming cyclone season. Exercise SEA RAIDER in Far North Queensland

Report Reveals Missing Value Link Offshore

A recent survey conducted by Trelleborg’s offshore operation paints a positive industry outlook with decision makers taking a long term ‘value-add’ view. Original

Shipping Delivering Real CO2 Reduction

  In advance of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in December, the global shipping industry, as represented by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS),

Navigation Accidents and Causes

  The Nautical Institute’s latest book looks at major casualties and the lessons that can be learned, setting out good practice to avoid them in future. The book,

OP/ED: e-logs & Saas to Transform Marine Recordkeeping

The USCG has poised e-logs and SaaS to transform U.S.-flagged shipboard recordkeeping. By Dean Shoultz, CTO, MarineCFO The United States Coast Guard frequently

Norden to Exit Capesize Bulker Markets

Danish shipping company D/S Norden plans to cut the number of vessel types it operates to help it through a long-depressed shipping market that could be about to get worse due to a slowdown in China,

Steven Candito launches Foresea Consulting

After more than 20 years leading oil spill response organization and environmental services firm NRC, Steven Candito has launched Foresea Consulting, an advisory

D’Appolonia Takes Majority Stake in SeaTech

D’Appolonia, the independent engineering consulting company of RINA Group, headquartered in Italy, announced it has acquired a majority stake in Fano-based SeaTech Srl.

OSK-ShipTech Puts Polar Operations in Focus

Tackling the risks of polar operations and new challenges for future ship design   Citing an increase of cruise operations in polar waters, naval architects and

Wood Group Pioneers Five JIPs

  Wood Group is leading five new joint industry  projects (JIPs) which will use the company’s extensive subsea experience to solve  industry-wide challenges. These international projects,

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