Update: 17 Dead after Missouri Tourist Boat Sinks in Storm
Divers on Friday pulled the last four bodies from the wreckage of a "duck boat" that sank in a storm in a Missouri lake, killing 17 people in one of the deadliest U.S.
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Novatek Ships First LNG Cargo to China via Arctic
Russian natural gas producer Novatek delivered on Thursday the first ever liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo to China via…
Wartsila's Ship Technology Outlook Brightens
Ship technology and power plant maker Wartsila missed profit expectations on Thursday, citing postponed energy projects,…
The Jones Act is Good for Puerto Rico -Report
After Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico with devastating force on September 20, 2017, a number of news reports claimed that…
Petrobras Output in Campos Drops to Lowest Level in 17 Years
Oil production by Brazilian state-led Petroleo Brasileiro SA in the Campos basin fell 1.4 percent in June over the previous…
For the Global LNG Industry, is the FSRU Honeymoon Over?
A giant vessel docked at the port of Moheshkhali in Bangladesh two months ago, propelling the populous but poor nation into…
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Guided Missile Destroyer Frank E. Petersen Jr. Launched
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