Capsized Cargo Ship Towed to Le Havre
The hull of capsized cargo ship Britannica Hav has been towed to the Port of Le Havre following a collision with a fishing…
Wight Shipyard Building Fast Ferry Duo for Mexico
Export orders continue for shipbuilder Wight Shipyard Co with a multiple vessel contract from Mexico’s largest ferry operator.
Africa Develops Solutions for Maritime Security
Work to address maritime security challenges in Africa’s major maritime zones is underway at a regional workshop in Victoria…
Sharp Contrasts in Markets Impact Van Oord
The year 2017 was dominated by the difficult market conditions in the dredging and oil & gas sectors, says Pieter van Oord…
Offshore Wind Drives Demand for US Support Vessels
The offshore energy boom: more than wind. Domestic offshore wind also promises to generate demand for new, efficiently propelled support vessels.
Vietnam Scraps South China Sea Oil Drilling Project
Vietnam's state oil firm PetroVietnam has ordered Spanish energy firm Repsol to suspend its "Red Emperor" project off the country's southeastern coast following pressure from China…
PD&MS Group Wins $14m in Decommissioning Work
PD&MS Group secured a trio of contracts worth more than $14 million across three major North Sea late-life projects in the last six months.
Cohort Companies to Deliver Maritime Defense Technologies
Cohort plc companies MASS and SEA have been selected to form part of a new UK Ministry of Defense maritime research and development…
Exhaust Economizers: A Silent Contributor to Green Technology
Next generation economizers are being introduced by Ulmatec Pyro. This will carry on the history of 35 years of heat recovery…
Antwerp Port Pushes Onshore Power for Ships
The Antwerp Port Authority aims to create the necessary conditions to supply onshore power for seagoing ships in the port.
Naval Group Engages KBR in SEA1000 Project
Naval Group has formally signed a Design Services Subcontract (DSSC) with local engineering company, KBR, to assist with…
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US Navy: 355-Ship Fleet is the Mandate, Funding It is Fuzzy
As Congress wrestles with the budget, there is at least a bipartisan consensus that defense spending should grow
The US Government Must Fund Icebreakers Now
Congress last funded the purchase of polar icebreakers for the U.S. Coast Guard in the early 1970s. The USCCG Polar Star (WAGB-10) was commissioned
Containerships Collide at Port of Karachi
Authorities are working to retrieve more than 20 containers that fell into the water at Pakistan's southern port of Karachi on Monday following a
US Navy Asks Huntington Ingalls for Pricing on Two Aircraft Carriers
The U.S. Navy asked shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls Industries on Monday for detailed pricing on the cost of two aircraft carriers