EMGS in Refinancing Deal
Cash-strapped Norwegian survey player Electromagnetic Geoservices (EMGS) has launched a refinancing exercise as the geophysical…
Darling, Parker join Tidewater
Tidewater has strengthened its management team with the appointments of David Darling as VP and Chief Human Resources Officer and Mark Parker as Vice President, Corporate Taxation.
Cargo Ships Slow Transits to Curb Emissions, Protect Whales
Partners in an initiative to cut air pollution and protect whales have announced results from the 2017 program and publicly…
50th Meeting of European Maritime Safety Agency
The Administrative Board of the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) finished up its 50th meeting held in Lisbon. As newly…
SeaBird Exploration Bags Contract in West Africa
Cyprus-based provider of marine 2D and 3D seismic data and associated products and services to the oil and gas industry,…
YANMAR Cruises Into Alaska with Power to Spare
YANMAR only recently arrived in the Pacific Northwest with its mechanical 6AYAM-ET diesel engine. It looks like they are here to stay.
SENER to Present New Material at APM
Spain's SENER will be present at the 15th edition of the Asia Pacific Maritime (APM) Exhibition, which will be held from March 14 to 16…
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…
CEMEX UK Orders Dredger Newbuild
CEMEX UK has signed a contract with Damen Shipyards Group to build the first in a new generation of Marine Aggregate Dredgers…
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, and that…
GustoMSC Evolves Chela the "Smart" Crane
Nearly two years ago GustoMSC introduced a smart crane for lifting and wireline operations under the drilling cantilever.
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Another Maersk Containership Catches Fire
U.S. flagged containership Maersk Kensington reported a fire in a cargo hold while en route from Salalah, Oman toward Suez.
Seatrade Convicted for Scrapping Ships on Indian Beach
The Dutch shipping company Seatrade and two of its directors were found guilty by a Dutch court on Thursday of illegally sailing ships to India to
Emissions Regulations: 'It's Not Easy Being Green'
Nor is it getting any easier to understand when, how and why to comply. Whether your marine operation is a major corporation or a family “mom and
Data is the New Oil and Satellites Are the Pipeline
As the shipping industry embraces digitalization, it’s time for a new era of fresh thinking that recognizes the potential of satellite