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OneSubsea, a Cameron and Schlumberger company, has been awarded a subsea production systems contract totaling more than $330 million for a gas project offshore North Africa.
Ecochlor, Inc. announced that Unicom Management Services (Cyprus) Ltd. (Unicom), acting for SCF Group, signed a 10-vessel agreement for the Ecochlor Ballast Water Treatment System (BWTS) in Limassol,
MacArtney supplies technolgy for new Bibby HydroMap d’ROP subsea survey platform
MacArtney Underwater Technology has supplied a consignment of underwater technology
Pressure grew on Friday for a resolution to wage talks between exporters and striking crushers in Argentina's Rosario grains hub, with another powerful union threatening
Brazil's state-run Petrobras, Portugal's Galp and Brazilian oil companies QGEP Participações SA and Barra Energia have confirmed that the giant Carcará offshore
Kongsberg Maritime secures position in the LNG market with electrical and automation contract for Golar Hilli FLNG
Keppel Shipyard in Singapore and Black & Veatch in the U.
Statoil informs it was today awarded four licenses offshore the Nicaraguan Pacific, covering an area of about 16,000 km2 in the largely unexplored Sandino Basin.
Crowley Maritime Corp.’s ship management group has been awarded a new contract with Sunrise Operations LLC, a subsidiary of The Pasha Group, of San Rafael, Calif.
The Mission to Seafarers has launched a new welfare support project for families in the seafaring heartland of Manila in the Philippines. The number of seafarers
Matson, Inc. has completed the acquisition of Horizon Lines, Inc. which includes Horizon's Alaska operations and the assumption of all non-Hawaii business liabilities.
Attempting to relocate underwater objects in a low visibility environment can be a difficult and time consuming task. Underwater search equipment manufacturer JW
Energy firms pulled another 13 rigs from U.S. oil fields this week, the biggest drop in four weeks, data showed on Friday, showing that a near six-month slump in
The U.S. oil market is on the brink of returning to a more bullish footing known as backwardation for the first time in six months, with the discount for prompt
Indian Oil Corp (IOC) , the country's biggest refiner, is expanding its natural gas business as the south Asian nation, the world's third-largest carbon emitter,
Mexico's oil regulator voted on Friday to relax previously established rules on bidding terms and contracts that form the first step in an historic sector opening
Wärtsilä completes acquisition of L-3 Marine Systems International
Wärtsilä Corporation announced that its acquisition of the Germany based L-3 Marine Systems
North Dakota's oil industry will miss out on a roughly $480 million tax cut over the next six months due to the recent rise in crude prices.
The average price
NAPA and DSME launch tailored NAPA-DSME Power Solution for LNG carriers; leading LNG carrier shipyard offers specialized performance monitoring solution
South Korean shipbuilder,
An out-of-control wildfire, burning near two major oil sands projects in the key crude-producing region of northern Alberta, grew in size on Friday, although firefighters
Norwegian manufacturer of ballast water treatment systems MMC Green Technology reports it has sold more than 70 systems since going commercial with its MMC BWMS two years ago,