Environmental

ExxonMobil Debuts Premium AFME 200

To help shipowners meet strict new emission mandates, ExxonMobil expanded its range of fuels for use within Emission Control Areas (ECA) with the introduction of

Ecochlor BWTS

Ballast water treatment technology developer Ecochlor Inc. presented a project case study at CMA Shipping 2015, a case study which covered the retrofit of Ecochlor’s

GEA UV Ballast Water Treatment

Earlier this year GEA won the first contract for equipping cruise liners with its UV ballast water treatment system, BallastMaster marineX, powered by Trojan Marinex.

New Water Maker

ACO Marine launched a new water recovery system that is designed to give vessel owners greater capacity to reuse the treated effluent from wastewater treatment plants.

Designer Westwood Carries Mutilated 'Baby' in Anti-fracking Campaign

British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood took to the streets of London on Monday cradling a "fracked baby of the future" in her latest show of opposition to hydraulic fracturing.

Philippines’ Tsunami Warning System

E2S Warning Signals provide the critical final link for the Philippines’ tsunami warning system   The December 26, 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami killed 230,000 people in 14 countries,

Online BWM Tools Launched

Spreading the word on ballast water management – new free online tools launched   A new online learning portal including a free e-learning course on the Operational

Air Technologies Receives Energy Efficiency Award

Air Technologies, a key Atlas Copco distributor of compressed air solutions, has received a 2014 Energy Efficiency Top Producer Award from American Electric Power (AEP) Ohio.

EPA Promotes Green Initiatives at Port of Houston

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy visited the Port of Houston April 24 to highlight grants aimed at improving air quality. The port will receive about $900,

The Journey From Black to Green

The industrial revolution and ensuing growth of the great cities of the western world some 200 years ago was enabled by a change in primary energy supply – from wood to coal.

AUV Monitors Environment at Underwater Mine

Blue Ocean Monitoring completes PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara contract Blue Ocean Monitoring (BOM), the provider of real-time ocean data services, has completed a

MPHRP at Anglo Eastern Maritime Academy

  Chirag Bahri, MPHRP Regional Director for South Asia was invited by Anglo Eastern Maritime Academy in Karjat, India, to interact with the cadets undergoing pre

Drydocks World Wins Dubai Chamber CSR Label

  Drydocks World group the leading provider of maritime and offshore services to the shipping, oil, gas and energy sectors has received the Dubai Chamber Corporate

Hiab to launch MULTILIFT Futura - a new-generation skiploader

  Hiab, part of Cargotec, is set to launch a new generation skiploader, MULTILIFT Futura. The new skiploader with over 100 smart innovations is designed to lift

DMA Announce New Requirements for Refresher Courses

  On 1 January 2017, new regulations enter into force on refresher courses in the areas of maritime safety and fire-fighting. Therefore, the Danish Maritime Authority has issued a new order.

Nervesa Second Well - Drilling Commences

  Sound Oil, the European / Mediterranean focused upstream oil and gas company, is pleased to confirm the commencement of drilling of the second well at the Nervesa site in the Veneto Region,

Solar Power is Shaking up Global Energy

  One by one, Japan is turning off the lights at the giant oil-fired power plants that propelled it to the ranks of the world's top industrialised nations. With

Libya Shuts Down El Feel Oilfield - Field Engineer

  Libya has shut down the El Feel oilfield, an engineer at the western field said on Saturday. No more information was immediately available. The OPEC producer

Coal Workers March in Berlin in Protest Against Climate Tax

  Thousands of coal miners and workers in coal-fired plants marched in Berlin on Saturday to protest a proposed levy on the oldest, most polluting power stations,

Ghana Can Continue Production in Ivory Coast Oil Dispute

  An international maritime tribunal on Saturday ruled that Ghana can continue developing a $4.9 billion dollar offshore oil project in an area caught up in a

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