New Fast Displacement Yacht is First with Hybrid Propulsion
A new motoryacht built by built by the Netherlands’ Heesen Yachts is the world’s first Fast Displacement equipped with hybrid propulsion.
Should OPEC Worry About Contango and Backwardation?
"Backwardation is the solution" to OPEC's problem of how to raise output and revenues without sparking another shale boom, according to the influential oil research team at Goldman Sachs.
862 Vessels Scrapped in 2016 -Report
Each year the NGO Shipbreaking Platform collects data and publishes an annual list of ships dismantled world-wide. Of the…
OP/Ed: CVIDA Good for Environment & Economy
I think it safe to say everyone agrees the discharge of ballast water has introduced non-native species to ports and harbors…
BOEM Offers Cook Inlet Blocks Offshore Alaska
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) announced it will offer approximately 1.09 million acres off Alaska’s southcentral…
Rexroth Controller Certified for Use on Ships
Rexroth’s controller is now certified for use on ships, offshore installations and in explosive atmospheres. Six European…
Coldharbour, Hansun Ink China Distribution Deal
Coldharbour Marine, developer of a unique in-tank, in-voyage and inert gas-based ballast water treatment system for large tankers…
NaviPlanner: A New Formula for Voyage Planning
Aiming to change the way mariners manage back of bridge systems, Nautisk has developed NaviPlanner, an integrated end-to…
Harvey Gulf Grows Fleet, Inks Long-term Contracts
As vessel many vessel operators are stacking vessels and reducing fleet size, Harvey Gulf International Marine said it has signed four non-cancelable
Wilhelmsen Drone Project Takes Off
Marking a seismic shift in just how ships agents can support their customers, Wilhelmsen Ships Service (WSS) will soon be delivering its agency
The New Offshore Reality
As a mix of traditional heavyweights and start-ups fight to keep Norway’s offshore industry afloat, collectively they assess Swedbank’s chief
Nigeria Invests in Boats to Fight Piracy
The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Dr. Dakuku Peterside has assured Nigerians and the