The Ocean Cleanup Kicks Off
A first-of-its-kind floating ocean cleanup system is undergoing a final round of testing before it begins removing plastic…
LNG as Fuel: TOTE’s Keller Discusses ‘Lessons Learned’
In a recent interview with Peter Keller, Executive Vice President, TOTE, Maritime Reporter & Engineering News discussed lessons…
Olmsted: Online & Open
After more than 30 years of frustratingly slow progress, cost overruns and more than a few mistakes, Olmsted is finally poised for success.
China LNG Tariff Casts Shadow Over New US Export Terminals
China set a 10 percent tariff on U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports, extending a trade dispute into energy and casting a shadow over U.S.
ESVAGT Orders Two SOVs from Havyard
Danish shipowner ESVAGT and offshore wind farm developer MHI Vestas have sealed long-term contracts for the delivery of two…
Wärtsilä Wins First ‘LPG as Fuel’ Order for New Gas Carriers
Wärtsilä will provide an integrated cargo handling and fuel gas system for two new liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) carriers…
Buckeye Terminal Reopens After Diesel Spill
The Buckeye Terminal in the Arthur Kill Waterway near Port Reading, N.J. was reopened Thursday, following last week's diesel…
IF BWT UNITS DON’T √ THESE SIX BOXES, DONT BUY THEM!!
Cheap does not necessarily mean good value. Don’t get the cheapest system for your fleet, get the right one.In the competitive world of shipping, with often wafer thin margins and uncertain demand…
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Marine Low Sulphur Fuel: Organizing the Switch
The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) decision to implement a 0.50 percent cap on sulphur emissions has created uncertainty among vessel
Cachet Covers & a Boy's Fascination with Ships
Like many boys, Charles. F. “Bud” Kirby, Jr. loved ships. He had drawings, models, pictures, newspaper clippings, and scrapbooks.
Maritime Accidents & Confidential near-miss Reporting
As in most if not all industries, the maritime sector experiences many more near-misses than actual casualties.