ASV Global and TerraSond have completed a 5172 nautical mile hydrographic survey in the Bering Sea, off Alaska.
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The research aims to develop a safe and efficient, integrated logistics and supply chain for LNG in the transport industry particularly for maritime transport off the Iberian Peninsula.
Since the PDO of the Johan Sverdrup field was approved by Norwegian authorities, Statoil has cooperated with partners, authorities and suppliers on improving the project.
The Five Stars Fujian has been detained by AMSA off Gladstone since 12 August after AMSAsurveyors found the vessel did not have sufficient provisions for its intended voyage.
Maritime clusters are to be one of focal points for economic development along India’s coastline, says a draft report prepared under Sagarmala Programme of the Ministry of Shipping.
Gate terminal and Gasunie and Vopak are proud to announce that the LNG terminal at the Maasvlakte in Rotterdam has been expanded to include a third berth & special infrastructure.
Weighing in at 48.7 tonnes, and measuring more than 8 metres in diameter, this ship propeller is an instant head turner on the plaza of Hamburg’s fair complex.
Human Rights at Sea is pleased to announce that Rachel Sexton, a partner at EY, has joined the charity as a Trustee.
Marine communications specialist Ocean Signal and VDR manufacturer AMI Marine will introduce a new float-free EPIRB with integrated VDR memory capsule at this year’s SMM in Hamburg.