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CP Ships Appoints Torrens VP

Iain Torrens has been appointed vice president, treasurer for CP Ships. He is based at the company's management headquarters in London and reports to CFO Ian Webber. In his new role Torrens will be responsible for group treasury and taxation activities. Graham Lambert continues with his treasury responsibilities reporting to Iain Torrens. Torrens was previously Deputy Group Treasurer for Cookson Group plc, the U.K. international materials technology company.


Magellan Corp. and Marine Electronics Leader Lowrance Electronics Inc. to Merge

Lowrance Electronics Inc. of Tulsa, Okla., will be merged into California-based Magellan Corp., a leading satellite access products company, as a result of a merger agreement among those companies and Magellan's parent company Orbital Sciences Corp. The transaction will create a nearly $150 million, satellite-based, consumer and recreational electronics business under the Magellan banner, according to David W. Thompson, Magellan chairman and Orbital president and CEO.


ECOSLOPS, SOPREMA Ink Supply Deal

Ecoslops features innovative technology to convert petroleum residues of maritime origin in new marine fuels in accordance with ISO 8217. Photo Ecoslops

ECOSLOPS an innovative technology company that upgrades ship-generated hydrocarbon residues (slops) into valuable distillates and light bitumen, has announced the signing of a long-term XFO (light bitumen) supply contract with SOPREMA. SOPREMA is the European leader in the bituminous membrane market for the isolation industry and had a 2.13 bn€ turnover in 2015 with more than 6,260 employees in 40 plants. Commenting on the development, Vincent Favier, CEO, ECOSLOPS, said


Marine equipment makes waves at OTE

By NEIL DOWNING James Rall, of Hydroacustics Inc., of New York, explains uses for the Proteus ROV roaming ocean vehicle, used for exploration with cameras and lights. The ROV is controlled by a joystick. The Providence Journal / Steve Szydlowski PROVIDENCE — Jason Cedro clicked on a computer mouse at the Rhode Island Convention Center yesterday and on the screen appeared a live, gull’s-eye view of Narragansett Bay, from a camera perched miles to the south at Beavertail State Park


Chinese Ballast Water Treatment Manufacturer Gets Supply Order

Shangai-based PACT Environmental Technology win $3.5M orders for BWT plant Euro Tech Holdings Company Limited  announce that its subsidiary, PACT Environmental Technology Company Ltd.("PACT") has recently been awarded  contracts worth about US$1.3million from two companies outside China and another one  worth about US$2.2million from a company in Jiangsu, China. These contracts  cover design, supply


Oceanfoil, Clarke Designs and UCL Continue Aerofoil Development

Oceanfoil, the maritime technology company developing aerofoil technology, announced the formation of partnerships with naval architects Owen Clarke Design LLP and University College London’s Energy Institute (UCL-Energy). Oceanfoil will work with naval architects Owen Clarke Design LLP during the final design and engineering phase, leading to the manufacture of the working prototypes of the new improved wingsails for sea trials in the second half of 2014


WesPac to Build N. America’s First LNG Bunker Barge

Image: WesPac Midstream

WesPac Midstream LLC (WesPac), a provider of energy infrastructure and liquefied natural gas (LNG) solutions, and its affiliate Clean Marine Energy LLC (CME), the global facilitator of tailored solutions for Emission Control Area (ECA) compliance, announced a construction contract with Conrad Orange Shipyard, Inc., a division of Conrad Shipyard, LLC, to build the first dedicated LNG bunker barge for the marine market in North America


Foster Wheeler Closes Acquisition Of Siemens Environmental Systems And Services

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  Foster Wheeler AG (Nasdaq:FWLT) announced today that a subsidiary of its Global Power Group has finalized the acquisition of the Siemens Environmental Systems and Services business that supplies and services clean air technologies for use in power plants and industrial facilities. The transaction was closed April 30, 2014. The Siemens Environmental Systems and Services purchase includes assets of the former Wheelabrator Air Pollution Control Company located in Pittsburgh


3GA Marine, Alfa Laval Partner for BWTS Retrofits

Image: 3GA Marine

Naval architecture and marine engineering company 3GA Marine Ltd has teamed up with marine technologies company Alfa Laval to provide engineered turnkey solutions to support ship owners in their response to the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) ballast water management regulations.   “The retrofitting of ballast water treatment systems in existing vessels is challenging because of their size and required capacity to maintain ballast operations


Northrop Grumman 3Q Profits Soar

Northrop Grumman Corp. (NOC) said third-quarter profit soared 62%, helped by a gain from the dissolution of a joint venture and a strong performance in its ships business. It also raised its forecast for 2007 earnings from continuing operations. The Los Angeles global defense and technology company said net income rose to $489m, or $1.41 a share, from $302m, or 86 cents a share, a year earlier. The latest results included a gain of $21m, or 6 cents a share


Ecoslops Seeks Authorization for Marseilles Project

Image: Ecoslops

 Ecoslops, an innovative technology company that upgrades ship-generated hydrocarbon residues, or “slops”, into valuable new fuels and light bitumen,  has  announced the formal application to the French competent authorities for an authorization to operate an oil residue


Optimarin Demonstrates Total System Reliability

Image: Optimarin AS

 Environmentally friendly and compliant BWT technology company  Optimarin gave a demonstration of its long-term system reliability onboard Neptune Subsea’s IMR vessel Larissa in the same week that a report from ABS revealed problems with almost half of installed ballast water


Undersea Technology: A Strategic Rhode Island Advantage

Molly Donohue Magee

In 1869, the U.S. Navy’s first research facility—the Naval Torpedo Station—was built on Newport, Rhode Island’s Goat Island. This rich history continues today, as the state is home to the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, which provides the technical foundation to ensure the U


Xantrex Rolls Out New Sine Wave Inverters

Onboard AC power technology company Xantrex informs it has expanded its Freedom series with the launch of four new models.   The new series called Freedom X marks the ongoing evolution of the Freedom inverter first launched in 1992.   


'Team Damen' Unites Dutch and Australian Industry

Artist’s impression of the Damen 1800 OPV  (Photo: Damen)

Australian Maritime Systems Group is entering into a joint venture with one of Europe’s leading marine technology companies as part of a tender for Australia’s next giant defence contract.   The Brisbane-based company is partnering with Dutch firm Alewijnse Marine to support the


Ecoslops Production Doubled

Image: Ecoslops

 Ecoslops, an innovative technology company that upgrades ship-generated hydrocarbon residues into valuable new fuels and light bitumen,  announced key achievements for the first half of 2017.  Ecoslops has confirmed the excellent performance of the first industrial micro-refinery


Fernback to Lead C-MAP

Sean Fernback (Photo: C-MAP)

Marine navigation technology company C-MAP announced that Sean Fernback has been engaged as Chief Executive Officer of Digital Marine Solutions Holding AS and the C-MAP Group. Fernback will focus on strengthening the product portfolio and developing and implementing the company’s strategic


Mythbusters Star Visits The Switch

Mythbusters co-star Jamie Hyneman recently visited The Switch’s factory in Finland (Photo: The Switch)

Jamie Hyneman, best known as a co-host on Mythbusters, was recently in Finland to receive an Honorary Doctorate from Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT).    While in Lappeenranta, Hyneman also had an opportunity to visit several of the region’s top technology companies


Autonomous Workboats: The Future is Now

(Credit: Sea Machines)

Sea Machines is bringing autonomous self-driving systems to the world of workboats. At an impressive virtual reality demonstration seen late last year and then again at a frigid, late winter visit to the Boston waterfront, the future of workboat technology became all too evident for this writer


Nautican to Ship First IPU from Prince Edward Island

(Photo: Nautican)

 The Nautican Research and Development manufacturing facility in Summerside, Prince Edward Island, said it is now ready to ship the facility's first Integrated Propulsion Unit (IPU) to a client in Alaska.   “Nautican is another excellent example of an emerging advanced marine


Kongsberg Integrated Vessel Concept for Trawler Newbuild

Fishmaster (Photo: Kongsberg Maritime)

Kongsberg has signed a contract with maritime technology company Havyard Ship Technology for the delivery of a complete Fishmaster Integrated Vessel Concept for a newbuild pelagic trawler. The vessel is a collaborative effort between Havyard Ship Technology and the Paris based fishing company


Interview: James Espino, President, Gnostech

James Espino (Photo: Gnostech)

Gnostech president James Espino weighs in on the trends in combating the plague of the industry.   Please tell us your background. I was a career Coast Guard Officer until I retired in 2013. Upon retiring from the Coast Guard I joined Gnostech as the chief operating officer and


WSS: Digital Solution Focus @ Norshipping

(Image: Wilhelmsen Ships Service)

Wilhelmsen Ships Service (WSS) are bringing the maritime digital solutions of the future to life at Nor-Shipping. Unveiling their augmented reality (AR) project at the world’s biggest maritime show, this immersive, interactive tool enables visitors to view the company’s very latest


The New Offshore Reality

(Photo: Oyvind Hagen, Statoil)

As a mix of traditional heavyweights and start-ups fight to keep Norway’s offshore industry afloat, collectively they assess   Swedbank’s chief economist, Harald Andreassen, isn’t “too hopeful” about the long-term prospects for the oil price, but then again


New Containership Design is Self-steering and Emissions Free

YARA Birkeland container feeder ship design (Image: Kongsberg)

Norwegian fertilizer producer Yara and maritime technology firm Kongsberg Gruppe are teaming up to build what they said would be the world's first fully electric and self-steering containership.   "The new zero-emission vessel will be a game-changer for global maritime transport






 
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