-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. announced that the “MOL Group Safety, Environmental and Social Report 2015” (*1) received the Award of Merit in Environmental Report section at the 19th Environmental Communication Awards (*2). This marks the second consecutive year the report has won the excellence award in this category. The report earned high marks for its […]
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China commissioned a domestically produced missile frigate this week, the official People’s Liberation Army Daily reported on Thursday, as Beijing works to expand and modernize its navy.
Australia’s Port Melville on the Tiwi Islands, off the country’s north coast, is facing a legal challenge in a federal court brought on by an environmental body concerned the project was approved by the government and built without proper assessment.
NATO allies have agreed on how their ships will help Turkey and Greece counter the criminal networks smuggling refugees into Europe across the Aegean Sea, NATO’s chief said on Thursday, overcoming territorial sensitivities between Greece and Turkey.
The Brave Tern, a vessel used for the installation of wind turbines at sea, dominated the Rotterdam skyline. The 132 meter long ship was jacked up to a height of about seventy meters to test its extended legs.
Leading classification society ClassNK has just released amendments to its Guidelines on the Installation of Ballast Water Treatment Systems.
ABB has won orders from National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) for the delivery of electrical and telecommunication systems to the Al Nasr Full field Development Project in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates.
India on Wednesday approved a $150 million credit line for the development of Iran’s Chabahar port, the government said in a statement.
BIMCO and the International Spill Control Organisation, ISCO, began work last week in London on developing a standard contract for the hire of spill response services and equipment.