Subsea Defense

Balikatan to Focus on Maritime Security

 Officials from the Philippine and United States armed forces participating in this year's Balikatan exercises, the largest in 15 years,  insisted that the said

Chinese Submarine to Pakistan: Raising Nuclear Tensions in South Asia

 Pakistan, a country plagued by economic and political insecurity, to conclude the deal of eight conventional submarines during Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Islamabad on Monday (April 20),

G-7 Speaks Out On Chinese Maritime

 Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven major nations have warned against “any attempt to assert territorial or maritime claims through the use of intimidation,

China Constructing Sea Outposts, US Warns

 The U.S. military commander for Asia warned that, China could eventually deploy radar and missile systems on outposts it is building in the South China Sea that

Submarine Sighted near Stockholm was Civilian Boat

 The unknown foreign vessel the Swedish Navy searched for near Stockholm last autumn was actually a “workboat,” Sweden's Armed Forces have now said.   The story

Indonesia Needs Maritime Maneuvers with the US in South China Sea

 The United States and Indonesia held naval exercises near the Natuna Archipelago in the East China Sea, near target China, and the Government in Jakarta hopes

Aker, Fjords Join Forces

  Aker Solutions and Fjords Processing have formed an alliance to develop technology and capabilities for advanced, cost-effective wellstream separation and treatment

Iran to Launch Home-Made Submarine Soon

 Iranian Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari says the Islamic Republic will soon launch a new domestically-manufactured submarine.   "The Navy's new submarine will be launched soon,

BP Standardizes on Schlumberger Technology

  Schlumberger announced today that the Petrel* E&P software platform will support BP’s new digital technology roll out. The first deployment of the two-year global

Malaysian Submarine Maintenance Contract to Boustead DCNS

 The Malaysian government has signed a new contract with Boustead DCNS Naval Corporation (BDNC) for through-life support for the two 2000 type Scorpene submarines of the Royal Malaysian Navy,

Ships, Tankers Diverting from Yemen

 With violent conflicts and fighting continue at most Yemeni ports, shipping lines are pulling away from the country that’s devolved into chaos in past weeks.   A report in Reuters,

Rolls-Royce Delivers Far Sleipner

  Rolls-Royce would like to congratulate Farstad Shipping ASA for their recently named highly advanced subsea and construction vessel Far Sleipner. The event also

Russian Submarine Fire 'Put Out' in Dock

 Firefighters at Zvyozdochka shipyard in Russia's northern province of Arkhangelsk partially flooded a nuclear-powered submarine to extinguish a blaze that started aboard the vessel.

Russian Atomic Submarine Catches Fire in Shipyard

A nuclear submarine caught fire in a shipyard in Russia's northern province of Arkhangelsk on Tuesday but there were no weapons on board, Russian news agencies reported.

India's First Indigenously Built Attack First Scorpene Submarine Launched Into Water

 Indian Navy's first Scorpene class stealth submarine, Kalvari, on Monday was undocked at the Mazagon Docks Limited (MDL) in Mumbai.   The diesel-electric vessel

China Likely to be Major Global Naval Power

 Two analysts claimed yesterday that China is beefing up its credentials as a maritime force so that it can become a true superpower like the United States.   According

Chinese Navy to Get 3 New Submarines

 China will soon be commissioning three new nuclear-powered attack submarines which will be the most advanced in the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) navy to date.

Norway Abandons Arctic Navy Base, Russia Comes in

 Russia is using a former top secret NATO base situated in the heart of the Arctic Circle, reports AFP.   The Norwegian authorities are gravely upset over a secret

US to Deploy Unmanned 'Ghost Ships' to Track Submarines

 To keep track of increasingly stealthy Russian, Chinese, and Iranian submarines, the U.S. is building a robotic ghost ship - an unmanned, autonomous patrol ship - to follow them around the high seas.

US Navy's New Drone Named WANDA

 The US Navy is developing a duck-like drone, the Flimmer (Flying Swimmer), that can both fly and swim. The drone, it says, can reach operational areas more quickly

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