A group of nine seafarers from the Panama-flagged cargo ship Seccadi, who were left stranded on UK’s Mersey River for almost three weeks, have now returned home.
The award of the contract for energy storage aboard the electric fish farm vessel Elfrida underscores the ongoing trend toward adoption of green technology in Norway.
A specialised piece of underwater scanning equipment has been used to locate and identify WW2 ‘bouncing bombs’ in a Scottish loch.
The seafood industry must comply with increasingly strict demands of consumers on sustainable seafood production.
The test area is the first one in the world to be globally open to anyone wishing to test autonomous maritime traffic, vessels, or technologies related to it and is managed and controlled by DIMECC.
Montreal Port Authority is pleased to announce that its shore power project has been completed and that vessels can now be powered by electricity.
Panoil Petroleum Pte Ltd will no longer be allowed to operate as a bunker craft operator in the Port of Singapore.
SeaCURE BWMS, the electrochlorination based solution pioneered by Evoqua Water Technologies, has successfully completed all biological efficacy USCG Type Approval tests.
Rolls-Royce and Sanmar Shipyards in Turkey have signed a contract for the delivery of eight MTU Series 4000 engines for four new terminal tugs.
Opportunities for digitalization are currently being embraced by the oil and gas sector. However, there are few practical use cases of it yet.
The SeaXplorer 75 stands out with not only a dive centre and submersible hangar, but also a complete floating heliport for two aircraft.
On August 14th the CSCL JUPITER ran aground on the river Scheldt. She is to stuck to be pulled free by the tugboats at this moment.
Acta Marine’s 120 POB walk-to-work vessel’s hull construction passed the halfway mark late July 2017 at Crist shipyard in Poland.
The Shell Western LNG B.V. Trading Rotterdam B.V. (Shell) hyper-modern bunker vessel Cardissa has arrived in the Rotterdam port approach area.
The hull of a massive deep-water platform recently left South Korean shipyards as it set off for Texas and will be attached to the topsides of the platform before its installation in the Gulf of Mexico.
Wison Offshore & Marine announced that it has received AiP from Bureau Veritas for its newly-developed large-scale Floating LNG Storage and Regasification Terminal.
The second international programme for naval officers from friendly foreign countries launched by the Indian Navy’s War College at Goa, was inaugurated at Goa University.
BOURBON has entered into a MOU with Automated Ships Ltd to support the building of the world’s first autonomous, fully-automated and cost-efficient prototype vessel for offshore operations.
Given the weak freight rate outlook for LPG shipping over the next twelve months, Drewry believes there is more downside risk to the second-hand values of VLGCs.
Damen vessel transport has arrived in the Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. The multiple vessel shipment comprises various Damen Tugs and one Multi Cat.
Facing a shortfall of 147,000 qualified officers by 2025, speakers at SOMWME 2017 hail advancements in automation and connection as the answer to shipping’s skills shortage
Over the past decade, there has been an increasing number of freight forwarders adopting technology. But for the most part, the industry has employed it to improve its internal processes.
The destroyer damaged by a collision with a merchant vessel off the coast of Japan is heading back to the U.S. for repairs.
European Commission released its report on the viability of a financial incentive for sustainable ship recycling under the EU Ship Recycling Regulation this week.