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…
Autonomous Vessels: FAU Gets $1.25m for Research
Florida Atlantic University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science has been awarded a $1.25 million grant by the United…
Norway Worried by Intensified Russian Naval Activity
Russia has increased its naval activity in international waters close to Norway and its military capabilities are a growing concern, Norway's navy chief said on Thursday.
US Navy to Christen Littoral Combat Ship Cincinnati
The Navy will christen its newest Independence-variant littoral combat ship, the future USS Cincinnati (LCS 20), during a 10 a.m.
IMO Conducts Port Emissions Training
For ports to cut emissions to ensure cleaner air and contribute to the battle against climate change, they first need to…
Bomin Takes the Lead Supplying IMO-compliant Marine Fuel
Germany-based Bomin Group has started delivering ultra-low sulphur fuel oil (ULSFO) as a marine fuel to ships calling in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp region, the company said.
New Hydrographic Survey Vessel for USACE
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Norfolk District accepted delivery of a new high-speed foil assisted hydrographic survey vessel, due to be commissioned on May 31…
Concordia Boosts Tanker Biz
To prepare for a gradually strenghthening tanker market, Concordia Maritime decided to participate in three suezmax tankers chartered in by Stena Bulk. The 158,000…
DeepOcean Wins Equinor Susbsea Deal
Subsea services provider DeepOcean has been awarded a long-term contract involving subsea life of field services on Equinor-operated fields.
New WWF Guide Helps Mariners Steer Clear of Arctic Wildlife
A new WWF-Canada guide designed to help mariners in the eastern Arctic identify and avoid marine mammals is being unveiled…
DSC Dredge to the Rescue in California
In the Santa Barbara County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, the Thomas Fire Debris Flow Incident Emergency…
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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China will shut down more outdated steel plants and bring total capacity to less than 1 billion tonnes by 2025
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.
U.S., China Closer on Trade Pact
The United States and China agreed to take measures to reduce the U.S. trade deficit in goods by having China purchase more American goods -