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Scorpio Bulkers Inc. has entered into agreements with unaffiliated third parties to sell two Capesize dry bulk vessels and four newbuilding Capesize dry bulk vessels
A piece of metal thought to be debris from an American space rocket was recovered from the sea off the Isles of Scilly.
The metal – a large section of alloy about 10 meters by 4 meters,
2G Robotics' ULS-200 provides Total Marine Technology with detailed dimensional data of subsea well operations equipment
Seatronics and 2G Robotics recently
Bill Gates grows most animated when the talk turns to the "cool" new energy technologies that have yet to leave the lab.
Gates was a rare civilian sharing the
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey sees consolidated debt issuance of $1.2 bln in 2016 compared with $1.5 bln this year, according to its $7.9 billion 2016 budget released on Monday.
Aluminium Marine Consultants (AMC) lowered the new Crew Transfer Vessel Tempest into the water for the first time on November 16, 2015, on time and on schedule for handover mid December.
PANOLIN America, Inc. announced it is now offering customers more stern tube lubricating options.
With the success of STELLA MARIS stern tube lubricant, PANOLIN
NRE Power Systems, who currently represents Scania’s latest marine platform: 13- and 16-liter engines for auxiliary and propulsion applications; and currently distributes them in Louisiana,
Gulf Marine Repair Corporation, a southeastern tug-barge shipyard, announced it is consolidating operations with Hendry Corporation, its affiliated company and fellow shipyard,
The day that a tree can talk—telling you about its ancestry and physical composition, and the air it breathes—is the future that David Fries envisions.
The Damen Shipyard Group’s man in Norway likes picking up the phone these days. With offshore markets in the doldrums, a unique phenomenon is occurring: “Norwegians are talking to me,
With most offshore wells in Brazil located between 30 and 300 km from the coast, communication with offshore assets has not always been straightforward or reliable.
The IT industry doesn’t like to stand still. Upgrades, updates, new versions and enhanced functionality are released on a regular basis. New services are enabled,
The global breakbulk and heavy-lift markets have had to navigate choppy waters in recent years. Not necessarily due to a shortage of freight, but as a consequence of unsustainably low freight rates.
In 2014, the behavior of anti-roll tanks was studied at MARIN by using ReFRESCO CFD simulations to fully understand the working principles.
In 2014, the behavior
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Monday that Russia had received more information showing that Islamic State oil was going via Turkey and that Turkey's
Waiting times for ships at the Panama Canal have returned to normal after poor weather and a spike in traffic caused delays for several weeks, the waterway's operator said on Monday.
Electric motors are estimated to consume 70 percent of all the energy used in industry. Bearing this in mind, it’s no small wonder that there is an ongoing process
Passengers were transferred from Indonesia-registered Sea Prince after the ferry struck a floating object after leaving the Nongsapura ferry terminal in Batam late on November 29.
CherSoft Ltd announced that it has acquired AtoBviaC, a provider of digital marine distance tables and successor to the BP Distance Tables.