Maritime Safety

NAVTOR, AWT Agreement Marks Next Step in E-navigation

NAVTOR has signed an agreement with maritime weather routing specialist Applied Weather Technology (AWT) that will see the two companies integrating their services

Maritime Reporter @ 75: The Daily Cartoon

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,

Dual Shielded Flat Cables for EMI Protection

Cicoil, a global leader in Flat Cable Technology provides multi-layer shielding options that protect cables from unwanted EMI/RFI issues, even in continuous flexing applications.

E.ON Seeks Compensation for Nuclear Moratorium

German utility E.ON has filed a lawsuit seeking 380 million euros ($479 million) in damages caused by a government moratorium on nuclear production after the Fukushima disaster in 2011.

MOL Merges Group Companies; Upgrades Bridge Simulator

MOL adds DPS and enhances safe operation by integrating expertise through merger Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) announced the merger of MOL Marine Consulting, Ltd.

General Dynamics Bags $ 50 mi Submarine Contracts

  General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, a business unit of General Dynamics was awarded two contract modifications totaling $50 million to continue supporting

C&C Selects HYPACK for Anchor Handling and Positioning

HYPACK, Inc. announced today that C & C Technologies has selected HYPACK 2014 as the standard solution for its Marine Construction Survey Division’s anchor handling and positioning applications,

USCG Cutter Rush Returns

  The crew of Coast Guard Cutter Rush returned to its homeport following a successful 72-day deployment in the Central and Western Pacific, Monday. Rush departed

Report: Value of Clean Energy Products Rising

Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation, a supplier of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) and Seawater Air  Conditioning (SWAC) Systems worldwide, announced that Harbinger Research,

Report on MOL Comfort Incident is out

  In response to the casualty of “MOL COMFORT” which occurred on 17 June 2013, ClassNK established the Investigative Panel on Large Container Ship Safety, comprised

OceanWorks Delivers SDFS to Well Containment Firm

OceanWorks International says it has delivered a Subsea Dispersant Fluid System (SDFS) to Marine Well Containment Company (MWCC). The system will be an integral

NAT Tankship Rescues 150 in Mediterranean

Nordic American Tankers Limited ("NAT") says the one of its vessels, the 'Nordic Passat' performed a rescue operation, involving 150 people in the Mediterranean last Saturday afternoon,

Almarin Buoys for GNL del Plata in Uruguay

Almarin has supplied fourteen buoys to OAS constructor for the maritime beaconing of the works of GNL del Plata project in Uruguay. Almarin Spanish AtoN supplier

Port Firm Fined £650,000 for Health, Safety Breach

A port operator has today (Monday 29 September) pleaded guilty to health and safety breaches, following the deaths of three crew members of a tug which capsized on the River Clyde in 2007.

New Semi-self-righting Lifeboat for KNRM

On September 20, on KNRM station Texel a new lifeboat named Cornelis Dito type Fast Rescue Craft 903 - Twin was taken into service by the Royal Netherlands Lifeboat Organization (KNRM).

IRPT, Community College MoA on Maritime Training

The Inland Rivers, Ports and Terminals (IRPT) Trade Association announced today that it has entered into a memorandum of understanding with Lewis & Clark Community

UK's Buzzard Oil Field Online, Ramping Up

Britain's Buzzard oil field in the North Sea is back online and will continue to ramp up production over coming days, a spokeswoman for its operator Nexen, whose parent is China's CNOOC,

Fire at Milazzo Refinery Impacts Docks

Inchcape Shipping Services  is advising of extensive disruption after a fire broke out Friday afternoon (27 September) at Italy’s energy giant Eni and Kuwait Petroleum’s

IMO Takes Step Towards Electronic Certificates

In the future, the IMO member States should accept the use of electronic certificates. This is the request of the Facilitation Committee (FAL) and, hence, the road is paved for less paperwork,

U.S. Maritime Security: The Portunus Concept

The mission of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) is to strengthen United States’ security through development and application of world-class science and technology.

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