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Sparks are flying on the bulkhead and engine room of the $3.8 million, 85-foot Miss Margy, the newest addition to the Shepler’s Mackinac Island Ferry fleet, at Moran Iron Works.
In a bid to bolster the Obama administration's "moral" case for combating climate change, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency will meet senior Vatican
A North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) panel has halted a probe of Canada's oversight of oil sands tailings ponds following a unanimous vote by its three member countries,
Rolls-Royce, VTT team on new Ship Intelligence Vison
For decades the maritime industry has long-theorized of emulating the “airline model” in uniformity and
Mexican oil giant Pemex says it will implement a new system for registering contractors, amid concerns about abuse in the state-owned oil company's vast contracting budget.
YANMAR America introduced its new EPA Tier III compliant commercial marine diesel engine. Rated at 755 mHP and 1,900 rpm, the new 20.38-liter 6AYAM-ET uses a full mechanical control system.
VapCor Inc. distributor of unique products for the marine industry introduced the Lindemann Marine Products. Lindemann provides over 30 years of experience in research
Volvo Penta introduced the first two models of its next-generation sterndrive marine gasoline engines. The new 4.3-liter catalyzed V6 engines, rated at 200 and 240 hp,
Transas was founded in 1990, by a group of former navigators and engineers, who at that time envisioned ways in which computers could revolutionize maritime safety, communications and security.
Sometimes it seems cliché to repeat that a product or system “protects equipment and saves lives,” but in the case of valve manufacturer Penn-Troy, which recently
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has invited small businesses, governments and not-for-profit organizations to participate as Small Entity Representatives
Hydro Group Plc has secured £2 million worth of new defense contracts for 2015, the company announced, adding that the contracts came as a result of a £300,000
The world’s biggest propellers have their cradle in the North of Germany. MMG – Mecklenburger Metallguss GmbH – has manufactured for more than 65 years propellers for ships,
Chevron Corporation announced that Inge G. Thulin has been elected to Chevron's board of directors effective Jan. 28, 2015. He will serve on the company's Board
On Tuesday, January 27, LEEVAC Shipyards Jennings, LLC launched hull 367, a platform supply vessel (PSV) designed by LEEVAC Design Services, LLC (300 DE-52 HAB PSV).
Container volumes through Puget Sound’s largest container ports remained flat in 2014, according to numbers released jointly for the first time by the ports of Seattle and Tacoma.
Exxon Mobil Corporation’s board of directors declared a cash dividend of 69 cents per share on the Common Stock, payable on March 10, 2015 to shareholders of record
Continental Resources Inc Chief Executive Harold Hamm predicted on Wednesday that signs of a rebalancing of the crude oil market would emerge by the middle of this year.
Eagle Rock Aggregates, U.S. subsidiary of Polaris Materials Corporation, has completed a new aggregate import facility at the Port of Long Beach that features a
Oil and natural gas producer Hess Corp posted a lower-than-expected profit on Wednesday, as a steep fall in global crude prices eroded results.
The weak results from Hess,