Environmental

Emission Changing the Smell of the Sea

 Chemistry and biological science experts at the University of Hull, say increasing acidification of the world’s oceans has the potential to significantly disrupt the way marine life communicates,

Torqeedo Earns Eco-friendly Award

In recognition of its commitment to developing clean and innovative electric marine propulsion technology, Torqeedo was awarded the Most Eco-Friendly Marine Business

Gazprom Dismisses Renewable Energy as Competitor

Alexei Miller, the head of Russian gas giant Gazprom, said on Thursday that renewable sources of energy did not pose a threat for Russian gas in Europe as they are too expensive.

Brexit Spells End to EU leadership in Climate Diplomacy

Britain's exit dashes the European Union's leadership ambitions on efforts to slow climate change, leaving the bloc on the sidelines while others endorse the global

Port Everglades, EPA to Study Air Emissions

Port Everglades has signed a partnership agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to study air emissions.   The EPA's Office of Transportation

Samskip Introduces New Container Flooring

Multimodal operator Samskip has introduced a new type of composite container flooring. Manufactured out of fiber reinforced plastic (FRP), the flooring has been

Solar Company Sungevity To Go Public in Reverse Merger

Sungevity Inc, the No. 5 U.S. rooftop solar company by market share, on Wednesday said it would list its shares after a reverse merger by a shell company, allowing

Lloyd's Register Extends Drilling Rig Integrity Support

Exploration begins by BHP Billiton using the Deepwater Invictus rig and supported by Lloyd’s Register’s rig integrity team. Lloyd’s Register (LR) announced it

Climate Policies Won't Strand Oil & Gas: Kemp

Fossil fuel-producing companies have been thrown onto the defensive over the last two years by the argument that many of their reserves will be "stranded" as the

Fire at Enterprise Pascagoula Plant being Investigated

Enterprise Products Partners L.P. (NYSE: EPD) is investigating the cause of a fire that occurred yesterday at its natural gas processing facility in Pascagoula, Mississippi.

Groningen Seaports First in Line for Damen InvaSave

The first production version of Damen’s InvaSave ballast water treatment system – intended for use at Groningen Seaports – will be on display at the upcoming ‘DelfSail’

NAMEPA Leadership Transition Underway

Effective July 1, the Chairmanship of NAMEPA (North American Marine Environment Protection Association) will pass from Founder Clay Maitland, Managing Partner of International Registries Inc.

Climate Policies Will Not Strand Oil and Gas Reserves

Fossil fuel-producing companies have been thrown onto the defensive over the last two years by the argument that many of their reserves will be "stranded" as the

Charting the Shift of Oceanic Boundary Currents

Global warming results in fundamental changes to important ocean currents. As scientists from the Alfred-Wegener-Institute show in a new study, wind-driven subtropical

Chemical Tanker Runs Aground off Alaska

A 599-foot Norway flagged chemical tanker Champion Ebony ran aground near Nunivak Island, Alaska on June 24.   U.S. Coast Guard Sector Anchorage watchstanders

Coast Guard Investigates Sheen in Lake Ontario

The U.S. Coast Guard is responding to a report of a sheen in Lake Ontario near the Fitzpatrick Nuclear Power Plant in Scriba, New York, approximately 10 miles northeast of Oswego, New York, Sunday.

Norway-England Power Link on course, Despite Brexit

1,400-MW North Sea Link due to be built by 2021; Gassco says no impact on gas transport to Britain. Britain's decision to leave the European Union will not affect

USCG Investigates Unknown sheen in Lake Ontario

The Coast Guard is responding to a report of a sheen in Lake Ontario near the Fitzpatrick Nuclear Power Plant in Scriba, New York, approximately 10 miles northeast of Oswego, New York, Sunday.

Peru Energy Company Reports Amazon Oil Spill

An oil spill in the Amazon region of Peru was detected on Friday night, state energy company Petroperu said in a statement on Saturday, adding that measures were

First Step Towards an Australian Green-fuel Biorefinery

Australia’s first ‘biorefinery’ capable of producing renewable diesel and jet fuels from plant material could become a reality in Queensland with support from the

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