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Noble to Sell Some O&G Assets in Colorado

Noble Energy Inc said it would sell some of its oil and gas assets in Colorado.   The sale includes about 33,100 primarily undeveloped net acres in the DJ Basin

Libya Eastern Oil Company Blocks Tanker Loading Crude for Tripoli Rival

An oil company set up by Libya's eastern government is preventing a tanker from loading a cargo for its Tripoli rival, the National Oil Corporation (NOC), officials said on Tuesday.

CRMG Cranes Arrive in Mersey for Liverpool2

 First six of 22 to be installed at £300m terminal; arrival marks end of 13,730 mile (11,930nm) journey from Nantong, China   The first six cantilever rail-mounted

RoweTech Names RTA Mid-Atlantic Agent

Ray Mahr, Jr. the Vice President of Sales & Marketing for ROWE TECHNOLOGIES, Inc. (RoweTech) has announced the appointment of Ransone Technology Associates (RTA)

UN to Start Inspecting Commercial Shipments to Yemen

The United Nations will start inspecting shipments to rebel-held ports in Yemen in a bid to boost commercial imports and enforce an arms embargo, the world body said on Tuesday,

Vesper Marine Updates WatchMate Vision

Vesper Marine, a manufacturer of marine safety products, announced a free upgrade for its flagship AIS Class B transponder, the WatchMate Vision, streamlining usability,

Side Scan Sonar Helps Discover Huge Reef

EdgeTech side scan sonar instrumental in the recent discovery of extremely large reef at the mouth of the Amazon River   Side scan sonar equipment provided by

C&C Marine and Repair Hires VP for Inland Sales

 C&C Marine and Repair, L.L.C., of Belle Chasse, La. has hired Dennis Brewster as Vice President of Inland Sales.  Brewster will be responsible for marketing C&C

New Monochrome Camera with Low-light Sensitivity

The new ROS C460 Low Light Camera offers exceptional sensitivity in ultra low-light conditions, according to the manufacturer. The ROS Monochrome C460 Camera

Ferry Drydocking Completed on 2-day Turnaround

Great Lakes Shipyard hauled out the Kelleys Island Ferry Kayla Marie on April 18 for its USCG five-year inspection survey. The yard completed all work, and refloated the vessel two days later,

Wind-powered Oil Recovery Project Green-lighted

The DNV GL-led WIN WIN Joint Industry Project (JIP), which melds offshore wind with offshore oil and gas, shows that for suitable fields,finds that  wind-powered

Maersk Line Names Hahnemann Chief HR Officer

On August 1, 2016, Ulf Hahnemann, current Vice President for Strategic Programs at Mars Inc. will join Maersk Line as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) and be

Record Low O&G Volumes Hurt Vallourec in Q1

French steel pipe maker Vallourec on Tuesday reported a net loss and fall in revenues in the first quarter as volumes plummeted to record lows mainly in the oil and gas businesses,

US Coast Guard to Unveil Historic Lifeboat

 A ceremony unveiling a historic lifeboat as a new static display in Chatham, Mass. is scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday at U.S. Coast Guard Station Chatham.   The

Crane Upgrade for Jack-up Vessel Sea Installer

Major modification work will bring A2SEA-owned vessel into line with growing demands of offshore wind industry   Damen Shiprepair Amsterdam (DSAm), part of Damen Shiprepair & Conversion,

Oil Spill in Schuylkill River

The U.S. Coast Guard and partner agencies are responding Tuesday to an oil sheen in the Schuylkill River.   The Coast Guard received a report of a sheen on the

Newport News VP Named a Woman of Distinction

Jennifer Boykin, vice president of engineering and design for Huntington Ingalls Industries’ (HII) Newport News Shipbuilding division, has received the 2016 YWCA Women of Distinction Award.

Pirates Switch to Kidnapping Crew as Oil Fetches Less

Pirate gangs in West Africa are switching to kidnapping sailors and demanding ransom rather than stealing oil cargoes as low oil prices have made crude harder to sell and less profitable,

This Day In Naval History: May 3

1777 - During the American Revolution, the Continental lugger Surprise, led by Capt. Gustavus conyngham, captures the British mail packet Prince of Orange and the brig Joseph in the North Sea.

Port of London Bridge Simulator Upgraded

The Port of London Authority (PLA) has invested £250,000 to upgrade its ship’s bridge simulator, adding a full tug bridge simulator in a move that is set to enable

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