Technology

Hans Jensen Lubricators Moving Closer to Customers

Based on a desire to bring their market leading and cost reducing technology closer to customers, cylinder lubrication equipment manufacturer Hans Jensen Lubricators A/S opens new office in Singapore.

ClassNK Releases EEDI Verification Software – Free

Japanese classification society ClassNK says it offers its Minimum Propulsion Power Calculation Software and ISO-based Progressive Speed Trial Analysis Software

Three NOAA scientists honored by White House

The White House yesterday awarded three NOAA scientists with Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers. The award is the highest honor given

C-Worker Successfully Demonstrated in the USA

Autonomous Surface Vehicles (ASV) Ltd showcase C-Worker to international oil and gas companies in Houston C-Worker took to the water in Lake Conroe for its first

Colfax's Acquisition of Victor Technologies Complete

ESAB has announced that Colfax Corporation has completed the previously announced acquisition of Victor Technologies Holdings, Inc. Victor is a preeminent global manufacturer of cutting,

Ben3D Introduces ContainerTug 600S

Ben3D BV Naval Architecture introduce in collaboration with Oonincx Shipbuilding BV the innovative ContainerTug 600S. A strong, compact Dutch built workboat with

Sonardyne Opens uComm Field Evaluation Application

Sonardyne International Ltd. is inviting qualifying academic establishments and research institutions to apply for the Field Evaluation Program for the company’s uComm acoustic modem product range.

Aubin Group Reports Promising Growth in Last Year

Chemical engineering specialist Aubin Group has reported strong growth following an investment from BGF. Aubin Ltd, the parent company of Aubin Group, announced

DNV GL Oil & Gas to Expand in Norway

Relocates Norwegian oil and gas HQ to Stavanger, led by Marianne Hauso; to increase staff in Western Norway by 10% in 2014 DNV GL is relocating its oil and

Teledyne RD Instruments ADCPs to Support China’s WPOS Project

Teledyne RD Instruments (RDI) has been selected by the Chinese Academy of Science’s Institute of Oceanology in Qingdao to provide their Acoustic Doppler Current

UTEC Announces Equipment Investment

One of the world’s largest independent survey companies, UTEC Survey, announced significant investment in new equipment which is about to be put to work in the South China Sea.

Walking, 'talking' drilling rigs aim to modernize fracking

The backbreaking life of a roughneck, the iconic worker bees of oilfield drilling rigs, is getting a little easier. Schramm Inc, which built the drilling rig

First Japan-Built Marine Gas Engine DNV Approved

Kawasaki Heavy Industries says that its gas engine L30KG, a main engine for large vessels fueled solely by gas with an output capacity of over 2 MW,  has become

Rolls-Royce congratulates US Navy on christening of USS Zumwalt

Rolls-Royce congratulated the US Navy on the christening of the USS Zumwalt, the first of its new and highly sophisticated DDG 1000 multi-mission destroyer class of ship.

Newport News Shares Modeling, Simulation Practices

Huntington Ingalls Industries' (HII) Newport News Shipbuilding division will share modeling and simulation practices used in the design and construction of aircraft

UZMAR’s High-tech Tug Returns from Sea Trials

The innovative, multipurpose, conventional propeller built, 20.4m in length overall, equipped with various machinery and systems that have never designed or build before,

MacArtney Bolsters Offshore Asia Presence

Driven by a major strategic expansion of its operations in Singapore, the MacArtney Group announced it is growing its presence and activities in all Asian markets for underwater technology.

Pioneering Tech for Offshore Wind Farm Maintenance

James Fisher Renewables pioneers trial of innovative Ship-to-Turbine Oil Change System James Fisher Renewables conducted an innovative trial of Ship-to-Turbine (STT),

Robotic Submarine Begins Flight MH370 Search

 An international search has focused on waters west of the Australian city of Perth, with teams racing against time to detect signals before the flight recorder

Shift to Low-Carbon Energy or Face Consequences: UN Report

A United Nations report says that governments must act faster to keep global warming in check and delays until 2030 could force them to use little-tested technologies

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