Marine Science

Aberdeen Pupils Peek into Subsea Oil & Gas Technology

  Pupils at an Aberdeen primary school were given a rare insight into the depths of the oil and gas industry’s subsea sector after getting to sit in the driving

New Binding Law of The Sea Agreement Advanced

  WOC Sustainable Ocean Summit (Singapore, 9-11 November 2015) Will Enable Industry to Organize its Input to this Major New Ocean Treaty Development The U.N.

Technip Samsung JV Wins 2 FLNG Project Contracts

  The Browse project covers the realization and installation of three FLNG units to develop the Brecknock, Calliance and Torosa fields in the Browse Basin, 425 kilometers North of Broome,

Ocean Safety, Richard Irvin Marine Safety Merger

  Ocean Safety has today announced the merger with Richard Irvin Energy Solutions Marine Safety Division and their Aberdeen branch.   This merger follows the

BMT Awarded Port Geographe Coastal Engineering Contract

BMT JFA Consultants (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group,  has been awarded a contract by the Western Australian Department of Transport (DoT) to provide services as

USMMA's Class of 2019 Arrives for Indoctrination

  The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point (USMMA) today welcomed its incoming Class of 2019, consisting of 255 plebe candidates representing 46 states and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.

WHOI Names Abbott President, Director

Mark Abbott selected to become the next president and director of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution   The board of trustees of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) announced that Dr.

Boskalis Wins Portsmouth Channel Expansion Order

  Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) has been awarded a contract from the Defence Infrastructure Organisation of the Ministry of Defence for the capital

Wave Power Unit for Victorian Waters

  BioPower Systems Pty Ltd (BioPower) has finished constructing its prototype wave power unit to be installed off the coast of Port Fairy, Victoria, later this year.

Shell's Arctic Drilling a Threat for Pacific Walrus

   A number of environmental groups are asking the Department of the Interior to rescind permission Shell has been granted to begin exploratory drilling in the

'Corporate Ocean Responsibility'

Recently in its New York City office Maritime Reporter sat with Paul Holthus, CEO of the World Ocean Council, for a discussion of the trend toward corporate ocean

Antwerp Port, Shanghai Maritime University Join forces

  The port of Antwerp, the second-largest in Europe, is to collaborate with Shanghai Maritime University (SMU), a world-renowned centre of maritime know-how. As

Australian Bio-Robots to Explore in the Indian Ocean

 CSIRO will be releasing a fleet of floating bio-robots between Christmas Island and Madagascar next week to measure biological indicators in the Indian Ocean including dissolved oxygen,

Coral Breeding May Help Cooler Reefs Survive Warming

Corals that naturally thrive in the hottest tropical waters can be bred with cousins in cooler seas to help them survive mounting threats from global warming, scientists reported on Thursday.

Supporting the Protection of Southeast Asian Seas

A project aiming to identify sea areas in Southeast Asia to be designated as Particularly Sensitive Sea Areas (PSSAs) is gaining ground with the holding of a second regional meeting in Hanoi,

Apply Now for the MTR 100

Marine Technology Reporter's MTR 100 awards edition is a comprehensive annual ranking of the 100 leading companies serving the global subsea industry.   Now in its 10th running,

setec, Royal HaskoningDHV to Manage Canal Seine-Nord Europe

  Engineering and consulting firms setec and Royal HaskoningDHV have been selected by VNF – the French navigable waterways authority – to jointly provide programme

Vancouver Shipyard Starts Building First NSPS Vessel

  The Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada, joined by Andrew Saxton, Member of Parliament for North Vancouver and John Weston,

China Wants Stronger Maritime Emissions Regulations

 China's government is moving forward with plans to bring in legislation to control emissions from ships as the country looks to reduce air pollution, state media Xinhua said.

VIKING Saatsea Courses Get Flag Approval

VIKING Saatsea has achieved flag state approval for its STCW on-board training solution with refresher modules according to new STCW 2010 Manila Amendments. The approval of the company’s 24/7,

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