FPSO at Jubilee Oil Field to Close for Fix
The production vessel at Tullow's flagship Jubilee oilfield off Ghana's west coast will shut down next week for 21 days while it undergoes repairs…
IMO Training in India on Port Emissions
India is the latest country to benefit from International Maritime Organization (IMO)'s new three-day training package on…
China's First Home-built Aircraft Carrier Begins Sea Trials
China’s first domestically built aircraft carrier headed out for sea trials on May 13, Chinese state media reported. The…
Cranes, Heavy Lift Shipping, Engineering and New Technologies
Compared to new technologies, conventional engineering in shipping is a relatively simple science: computable and generally predictable.
Britain Awards $3.3 Bln in Submarine Work to BAE Systems
Novatek Plans New Arctic Transport Company
Russia's gas production and sales company PAO Novatek has created a transportation unit called Maritime Arctic Transport.
Ship Tech: U.S. Coast Guard R&D Center
The U.S. Coast Guard Research and Development Center (RDC) in New London, Connecticut, is the service's only command conducting research…
Renewed Optimism is Exploration
Renewed optimism is the theme for exploration in 2018, driven by higher oil prices and improving exploration performance.
LNG is the Bridge to ‘Zero Emissions’ Shipping
The advent of industry wide tightening of allowable sulfur emissions is getting nearer. Suddenly, with the deadline now little…
Shipbuilding: Weldon Named VP at HII Ingalls
Scott Weldon was promoted to vice president of supply chain management at HII’s Ingalls Shipbuilding division. In this role…
Steel Cut for P&O Cruises' New LNG-powered Ship
P&O Cruises marked a construction milestone last week as it cut the first piece of steel for its newest ship being built…
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Oil Up as U.S., China hit the Trade War Pause Button
Oil prices rose on Monday as markets reacted to news that China and the United States have put a looming trade war between the world's two biggest
China to Cut Steel Capacity by 2025
China will shut down more outdated steel plants and bring total capacity to less than 1 billion tonnes by 2025
Unda Named CEO of SENER Group
Jorge Unda, until now the Managing Director of the Engineering and Construction area of the SENER Group, has been appointed CEO for the entire Group
Shipbreaking Issues Presented at 2018 Vicino/Lontano Festival
The NGO Shipbreaking Platform has participated in the 2018 Vicino/Lontano Festival, which was held from 10 May to 13 May in Udine, Italy.