BAE Systems is on the cutting edge of the push for decarbonization in the maritime sector, bringing its HybriGen system, proven for decades in other transport sectors, to the waterfront.
Keven Reynolds, OneTank managing director, discusses the company’s $65,000 ballast water management system as a simplified solution for the aftpeak tank.
Centerline Logistics looks to expand its marine bunkering business to fuel future growth.
The U.S. Great Lakes is a crucial maritime artery fueling U.S. commerce. Jim Weakley, President, Lake Carriers’ Association, discusses top projects and the outlook for 2021.
Stuart I. Ostrow, President, ShipMoney, discusses how his company solved a major problem for the cruise industry.
Robert Allan Ltd., one of the world's largest, most widely known naval architecture and marine engineering firms, is celebrating its 90th anniversary in 2020. Executive chairman Robert G. Allan and president and CEO Mike Fitzpatrick reflect on the company to date and share insights on the direction of its future.
Metal Shark CEO Chris Allard and Sea Machines CEO Michael G. Johnson discuss the path to autonomous vessels, including technological evolution and challenges in commercial and military markets.
Captain Andrew Kinsey, Senior Marine Risk Consultant, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty, discusses the maritime industry's ongoing challenges amid the coronavirus pandemic, including the logistical difficulties of COVID-19 vaccine distribution.
World Energy Reports' Phillip Lewis discusses the implications of larger offshore wind turbines and projects—including new opportunities and challenges.
Cavotec's automated mooring system MoorMaster improves mooring safety, time and efficiency, and is a key enabler for autonomous vessel fleets.
Cyber attacks are becoming more prevalent in the maritime industry. Marlink’s Patrick Decool discusses steps that shipowners can take today to protect their assets.
World Energy Reports' Phillip Lewis discusses recent developments driving global offshore wind markets, including booming activity in the U.S., plans for new, larger installation vessels and advances in floating turbine technology.
Offshore wind in North America has the potential to impact the entire offshore energy, maritime, ports and logistics value chain. This webinar delivers insights on the current progress, future pace and direction of development in the Offshore Wind market in North America, a follow up to our June 17, 2020 world release webinar of World Energy Report’s “Outlook for Offshore Wind Power: The Frontier of Future Energy”.
Clark Buffam, COO, Gulf Marine Contractors, discusses opportunities in the offshore industry, including huge potential in the emerging U.S. offshore wind sector.
Ami Daniel, CEO & Co-Founder, Windward, shares tips for shipowners to mitigate risk during COVID-19.
The new Wärtsilä Airguard Two Pipe System is an upgrade on a shaft line sealing technology that has been proven since 1998.
Marine Learning Systems has unveiled SkillGrader, an enterprise solution that enables vessel operators and training institutions to objectively evaluate officer and crew skills, and generate instant reports on workforce insights.
Sterling PBES Launches a New Maritime Cartridge Battery Solution
When the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown the North American cruise industry, Port Canaveral lost 75% of its business in one day. Captain John W. Murray Port Director and CEO, Canaveral Port Authority, discussed with MR TV last month the challenges – and opportunities – ahead.
From Silicon Valley to the seas, Nautilus Labs blazes a maritime digitalization path. Maritime Reporter TV interviews Matt Heider, CEO, Nautilus Labs.