The wreckage of the historic Fletcher-class destroyer, USS Johnston (DD-557) was found by the researches onboard the vessel R/V Petrel that belongs to Vulcan Inc.
Archives for October 2019
Check out this video which explains the construction and operation of ship’s main engine exhaust valve.
The new IMO global sulphur cap requirements enter force on 1st January 2020 and a robust and consistent approach to compliance is expected by all PSC regimes.
A new DNV GL RP has unlocked new opportunities for the oil and gas sector to deliver more cost-efficient and environmentally friendly subsea processing for improved hydrocarbons recovery.
Two crew members were in opening the pilot access door when the vessel was hit by heavy seas that forced the door open and flooded the embarkation space. As the seawater swirled and splashed in the space it swept one crewman out of the door and into the sea.
First ever UK use of high-voltage direct current (HVDC) technology with smaller environmental footprint for connecting offshore wind farms.
This report explores a hypothetical cyber-attack on major ports across Asia Pacific, estimating that losses of up to $110 billion would occur in an extreme scenario in which a computer virus infects 15 ports.
ExxonMobil is supplying Mobilgard ADL 40 engine oil for Color Hybrid, Color Line’s latest addition to its fleet of ferries.
The WASP project, funded by the Interreg North Sea Europe programme, part of the ERDF to the tune of €3.4 million has been officially approved and launched.