Marine Materials

Schwarze-Robitec Restructures its Sales Department

Schwarze-Robitec, a manufacturer of tube bending machines bids farewell its Sales Manager Jürgen Korte, who will retire at the end of April 2016. Along with this

Schlumberger Unveils Microfluidic Analysis Technology at OTC

Maze microfluidic SARA analysis delivers precise fluid measurements for reservoir characterization   HOUSTON, May 2, 2016—Schlumberger announced today at the

PPG Unveils Subsea Coating System

 The PPG protective and marine coatings business is introducing and highlight the new PHENGUARD Subsea coating system.   The new product combination of PHENGUARD

Lerwick Harbor sees Seasonal Boost

The opening of the offshore season in northern waters has seen specialist oil industry vessels return to Lerwick Harbor during April to support subsea development projects.

Great Lakes Inks M.E., N.C. Coastal Protection Project Deals

Great Lakes Announces $55 Million in Subcontract Work in the Middle East and Award of $38 Million for a Domestic Coastal Protection Project Great Lakes Dredge

Ocean Economy Set to Double in Size by 2030

 The world’s oceans must be managed well to ensure the potential of an “ocean economy” that was worth US $ 1.5 trillion in 2010.   "Calculations based on the

Aging Seaborne Steel Products

 In 2015, seaborne steel products trade accounted for around a fifth of minor bulk trade, having grown on average by 6 percent per annum since 2010, according to Clarksons Research.

ABS Approves First Subsea's Large Scale Steel Forgings

Subsea mooring specialist, First Subsea, has achieved American Bureau of Shipping ABS 2009 Approval for its larger R4 steel forgings up to 562mm diameter. These

Hempel’s Fouling Defence Product Hempaguard Applied to 500 Vessels

 Leading marine coatings manufacturer, Hempel, announces - after only two and a half years on the market -  its award winning innovative fouling defence product

Ingalls Begins Building US Navy Destroyer

Huntington Ingalls Industries’ (HII) Ingalls Shipbuilding division marked the start of fabrication for the Arleigh Burke-class (DDG 51) destroyer Frank E. Petersen Jr.

Incat Crowther Supplies Crewboat Design, Build Kits

Incat Crowther has been awarded a contract with shipbuilder Astinave EP of Guayaquil, Ecuador for the supply of vessel design services and aluminum component kits for a pair of 22.

Technip Gains Petrobras BAVIT Contract Extension

Technip has signed a four years extension of its five-year initial contract signed in January 2011 with Petrobras S.A. for its Flexible Pipes Logistic Base (BAVIT), located in Vitória, Brazil.

EV Acquires Epidote

Leading specialist in well diagnosis, EV, has announced the acquisition of Aberdeenshire-based well integrity software supplier, Epidote Limited, to enable a world-class well diagnosis service.

Viega Relocates Its US Headquarters

Viega LLC announced that it will move its North American headquarters to Broomfield, Colorado, where it will build a new headquarters and educational training facility,

Self-unloaders Ordered for New Great Lakes Bulkers

MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has received an order for gravity self-unloading systems for two 29,800 dwt bulk carriers (lakers) from the Yangzijiang shipyard, in China.

First Ocean Ship of 2016 Docks into Indiana Port

The Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor opened the 2016 international shipping season today with the arrival of the M.V. Lubie , a 623-foot bulk carrier from Europe. To

Wood Group Bags four Statoil Contracts

Wood Group has recently won four subsea contracts with Statoil on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS). The latest award is a study to deliver subsea field concept

Transocean Delays Drillship Delivery

Transocean Ltd. (NYSE: RIG) announced today an agreement with Sembcorp Marine's subsidiary, Jurong Shipyard Ptd Ltd, to defer the delivery and related final payments

Maldives Protects Fishery with GOST Nav-Tracker

GOST (Global Ocean Security Technologies) announced that its Nav-Tracker 3.0 VMS has been adapted for use by the Indian Ocean archipelago nation of The Maldives

Antwerp Port's Volume Growth Continues

The port of Antwerp handled 53,265,552 metric tons of freight in the first three months of this year, 3.9 percent more than in the same period last year. The container

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