Offshore drilling relies on onshore pipelines, waste disposal facilities, ports and refineries that endanger public health by polluting the air and water and threaten wildlife and ecosystems.
Archives for December 2019
If Svalbard is to be preserved as an attractive destination in the future, the traffic must be regulated so that the vulnerable wilderness nature of Svalbard is preserved.
On Thursday night, DCT Gdansk container terminal reloaded its 2 millionth container in 2019 and thus became the first terminal in the Baltic Sea to cross the border of 2 million TEU serviced in one year.
The Navy will name its two newest Virginia-class fast-attack nuclear submarines after the American heroes of the Greatest Generation who perished in the former USS Oklahoma and USS Arizona, bringing those hallowed names back into active-duty service after more than three-quarters of a century.
According to a new study by UCLA climate scientists, human-caused climate change is on track to make the Arctic Ocean functionally ice-free for part of each year starting sometime between 2044 and 2067.
Custom Line’s tailor-made nautical art is winning over more and more owners and enthusiasts as demonstrated by the 14 launches with which the shipyard is celebrating the end of the year.
ExxonMobil reported Mako-1 encountered approximately 164 feet (50 meters) of a high-quality oil-bearing sandstone reservoir. Mako-1, drilled in (1,620 meters) of water, is located approximately six miles (10 kilometers) southeast of the Liza field, which began producing oil in December 2019.
As the year comes to an end, we take a look at the top videos published on Marine Insight in 2019 which garnered the maximum views and engaged with a lot of people.
On 21st December, evening the motor ship CDRY BLUE, a 108 m long merchant ship flying the Italian flag from Cagliari and heading for Alicante, ran aground on the south-west coast of Sardinia and more precisely in Torre Cannai Municipality of Sant’Antioco.