How Deep is the Ocean?
Hydrogaphy, the science of surveying and charting bodies of water, is essential to the safe, sustainable and cost-effective use of the world’s oceans.
NYK Group, Dualog, NTT Group Join Partnership for Onboard IoT Platform
The Japanese shipping group NYK Group (Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha, MTI Co., Ltd.) will collaborate with Dualog and Nippon…
IUMI: Offshore Energy Insurance Market “Sinking”
At annual IUMI (International Union of Marine Insurance) conference in Tokyo, James McDonald, chairman of IUMI’s Offshore…
Arctic Responsibilities Laid Out
Developments in Arctic resource recovery and transportation are providing the main focal point for many at NEVA and this…
Prelude FLNG Enters into Lloyd’s Register Class
Shell’s floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility Prelude has officially entered into Lloyd's Register (LR) class. At 488 meters long…
The Maritime Cloud becomes Maritime Connectivity Platform
Maritime Connectivity Platform, or MCP, is the new name for what was previously known as the Maritime Cloud. The team behind…
CGG Starts Seismic Survey Offshore Brazil
CGG said it has started work on Espirito Santo IV, a large BroadSeis 3D multi-client survey in the deep and ultra-deep waters…
BP Restores Power at Thunder Horse Platform after Outage
BP restored power at its Thunder Horse platform in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, according to a statement to Reuters Wednesday. The platform lost power due to an electrical outage Monday.
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Maersk Sheds Oil Tanker Division
A.P. Moller-Maersk has agreed a $1.71 billion deal to sell its oil tanker division to its controlling shareholder
Harley Marine Orders Ocean Tugs from Conrad
Louisiana shipbuilder Conrad Shipyard said it has been awarded a contract to build two 3,000HP ocean service tugboats for Seattle’s Harley Marine
Horizon Shipbuilding to 'Reorganize' Amid Insufficient Revenues
Horizon Shipbuilding announced it will reorganize amid revenues insufficient for maintaining normal operations. Lance C.
U.S. Navy Fires Two Commanders After Sea Accidents
The U.S. Navy dismissed two senior officers on Monday after a series of collisions involving Seventh Fleet warships in Asia