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Maritime Reporter & Engineering News was founded by John J. O'Malley (1905-1980) in 1939, and today ranks as the world's largest audited trade publication in the world serving the maritime industry,

Rising Wind Generation, Lower Demand

Forecasts for an increase in wind power output and lower demand sent central European day-ahead power prices lower on Thursday, traders said. On regional exchanges,

Statoil, Wenaas Enter Northern Europe’s Largest PPE Contract

It has been announced that Statoil has entered into an agreement with Wenaas (Kwintet Norge AS), resulting in Northern Europe’s largest contract in the PPE and workwear sector.

Revision Proposed for Fishing Vessel Cargo Regs

The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) proposed revisions to its regulations for commercial fishing vessels carrying flammable or combustible liquid cargos in bulk. The

ABB Unveils Innovation to Increase Green Energy Efficiency

Swiss engineering group ABB has developed technology that can double the power flow of underground cables, making it cheaper to integrate electricity into the grid from distant offshore wind farms.

Gazprom: Ukraine's Gas Bill Tops $5 billion

Gazprom puts Ukraine's debt for gas supplies at $5.3 bln; Putin, Poroshenko to meet on Aug. 26 in Minsk. Russian natural gas exporter Gazprom said on Thursday

Lithuania, Poland Seek EU Gasline Funding

Lithuania and Poland have asked the European Union to cover up to 75 percent of the costs of a gas link between the two countries, their national gas grid companies said on Thursday.

Britain's First Power Capacity Auction Set for Dec. 16

Britain will hold its first auction for standby power capacity on Dec. 16, a model that will serve as a blueprint for other European countries planning to operate

Japan: Nuclear Power Price Guarantees Possible

Japan will consider guaranteeing prices for electricity generated by nuclear plants to help the country's struggling utilities, which have lost about $35 billion

Siemens Wins 650 mln Euro Wind Turbine Order

German engineering group Siemens said on Thursday it won a wind turbine order worth almost 650 million euros ($862 million) from Norwegian utilities Statoil and Statkraft.

China Walks Tightrope over Natural Gas Prices

China's natural gas dilemma was neatly illustrated by two recent announcements, the first a price increase and the second the closing of two gas-processing plants.

Foster Wheeler to Supply Heat Recovery Steam Generator In Mexico

  Foster Wheeler AG (Nasdaq:FWLT) announced today that a subsidiary of its Global Power Group has been awarded a contract by Iberdrola, for the design and supply

Hiab to Present Sustainable Technology Load Handling at Elmia Lastbil Fair

  Hiab, part of Cargotec, will showcase its latest sustainable technology of load handling at the Elmia Lastbil fair in Sweden. The presented products include

Two-way Route in the Great Barrier Reef and Torres Strait

  The IMO-adopted ship routeing measure to enhance the safety and efficiency of navigation and protect the region’s sensitive marine environment will come into

CMA CGM Chairman Visits Bow-Refitted Containership

During the recent call in Beirut, Lebanon, of the 'CMA CGM Columba', Mr. Jacques R. Saadé, CMA CGM Group's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, visited the 11,400 TEU ship.

Record Decline of Greenland & Antarctic Ice Sheets

Researchers from the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI), have for the first time extensively mapped Greenland’s and

Water Monitoring to Continue at Western Gulf Ports

A water monitoring network that helps keep port traffic moving is the responsibility of the Conrad Blucher Institute (CBI) for Surveying and Science at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.

Green Marine, ACPA Partner to Reduce Environmental Footprint

Green Marine and the Association of Canadian Port Authorities (ACPA) have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the goal of jointly expanding efforts

Awards Ceremony Recognizes NRL Researchers

Eighteen U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) scientists and engineers representing ten NRL research divisions were recognized with the prestigious Dr. Delores M.

Update: LOOP Terminal Shutdown

LOOP's Offshore Marine Terminal suspended its crude oil offloading operations on August 13 while investigating an oil sheen discovered along the pipeline. According to the terminal,

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