Aker Arctic Tests Autonomous Ship Model
A Finnish engineering firm known for its ice-going vessel expertise says it is studying another area of ship technology:…
INTERVIEW: Natasa Pilides, Cyprus Deputy Minister of Shipping
Natasa Pilides, Cyprus Deputy Minister of Shipping, has held this newly created political post for only three months, but…
Euronav Completes Merger with Gener8 Maritime
Belgian tanker operator Euronav has concluded its merger with U.S. rival Gener8 Maritime, creating one of the world’s largest…
Spill Prevention & Response: Old Lessons, New Challenges
Emerging spill response trends fit into two big categories: technology and a combination of economic and social forces. Both…
On Patrol with Cutting Edge Technology
Combat, patrol and first responder craft of all types are increasingly in need of state-of-the-art equipment to get the job done.
Shell Feeds Gas to Australia's New Prelude FLNG
Royal Dutch Shell has introduced gas to its 490 meter (1,600 ft) long Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) unit…
ICG’s Ferry Newbuild Project Delayed
The delivery date for Irish Continental Group’s (ICG) new ropax ferry W.B. Yeats has been pushed back due to delays at the shipyard…
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A Post-casualty Rush to Judgment Can be Costly
It was a warm and sunny early summer morning in an increasingly popular and typically busy domestic harbor.
Container Shipping a 'Mixed Bag' - Drewry
South Asia container trade with Europe continues to outpace the Middle East, says Drewry in its Container Insight Weekly report.
Dry Bulk Rates Edging Higher
The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, tracking rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, inched higher on Tuesday