Marine Science

New Micro Field Buoy from OSIL

U.K.-based oceanographic systems company Ocean Scientific International Ltd. (OSIL) has introduced a new, ultra compact buoy platform into their existing range of fully integrated systems.

“Bright Ideas” program - Ash Center - Harvard University

  The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, recognized the Port of Houston Partners

MOL Expands Container Fleet

  Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. has signed a deal for construction of four 20,000 TEU containerships with Samsung Heavy Industries. MOL also concluded an MOU for long-term chartering of two 20,

1st lifejacket for Working at heights

  The first lifejacket custom-designed specifically for offshore personnel carrying out rope access or work at height has been developed by Survitec Group, the

China to Cut Natural Gas Prices

   China will cut city-gate non-residential natural gas prices by 440 yuan per thousand cubic meters, starting from April 1, the country's top planning body said on Saturday.

Satellite Images Reveal Ocean Acidification

 Ocean acidification can now be seen from space, highlighting an ongoing danger of climate change and revealing the regions most at risk.   Pioneering techniques

Dredging Project to Protect Virginia Shoreline

Outer Continental Shelf sand will protect infrastructure, restore dunes and habitat   The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) and Naval Air Station Oceana at Dam Neck,

Statoil Submits plan for Peregrino Phase II

  Following the sanction of the Peregrino phase 2 project in December, Statoil together with its partner Sinochem submitted the Plan of Development (PoD) to the National Agency of Petroleum,

ST Engineering Y-O-Y Profits Slip

  Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd  reported today its full year financial results ended 31 December 2014 (FY2014) with a Group revenue of $6.54b compared to $6.

River Levels Decreasing in Argentina

  River levels in Argentina are currently decreasing and they are expected to continue over the coming week. The bottleneck remains in the River Plate access channel,

US Keen in Maritime Cooperation with India

 The US is keen in exploring great opportunities for co-operation on maritime issues with India, Admiral Jonathan Greenert, Chief of Naval Operations told members

Electronics Retrofit for Taiwanese Research Vessel

L-3 SAM Electronics has been awarded a contract to retrofit propulsion control and automation systems aboard the Taiwanese Navy’s Ta Kuan hydrographic and oceanographic research vessel.

Iran War Games Target Mock-up U.S. Ship

Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards staged war games in the Strait of Hormuz on Wednesday, including a gunboat attack on a model U.S. warship, in Tehran's latest

USCG, Alaska State Investigate Spill near Auke Bay

  Coast Guard Sector Juneau and the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation personnel are investigating the spill of approximately of 50-100 gallons of

Halieutis Fair was a Big Draw

  The third edition of the Salon Halieutis in the Moroccan city of Agadir came to a close yesterday. This fair is one of the most important international forums

Kenya to Focus on Maritime Safety, Security

 Kenyan government vowed to strengthen maritime safety and security to help exploit maritime resources. Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta called for closer cooperation,

Oyster, Clam Farms Face Blow from Acidification

U.S. shellfish producers in the Northeast and the Gulf of Mexico will be most vulnerable to an acidification of the oceans linked to climate change that makes it

ABB to Boost Fuel Efficiency of Pioneer Marine’s Vessels

  Amarcon, an ABB Group company, today announced that the company will deliver SEEMP-compliant OCTOPUS-Onboard fuel monitoring systems for 12 Handysize bulk carriers

Turkish Naval Forces to Stay in Gulf of Aden

 Turkish parliament’s approval to extend the mandate of Turkish Naval Forces in NATO's operation in the Gulf of Aden for one more year is strategically important,

Algerian Dredger Revitalized

  Damen delivered and installed a new main engine for the stationary dredger RezougYoucef. The cutter suction dredger has been built by De Groot Nijkerk in 1988.

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