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Archives for February 2020
A Gazprom delegation headed by Vyacheslav Mikhalenko, Member of the Management Committee, Head of Department, took part in the keel-laying ceremony for Chaika LNG, the first passenger ship in Russia to be powered by LNG.
Iridium Communications Inc. announced that the Iridium Certus 700 service is commercially available and is providing the fastest L-band speeds in the industry.
Risk Intelligence announces that the company has signed an agreement with the NYK for the Risk Intelligence System (MaRisk+PortRisk).
The British ports industry is requesting further support for port health authorities to prevent COVID-19 spreading and impacting businesses.
The FCO and UKHO are working with the Southern Africa and Islands Hydrographic Commission to establish regulations and legislation that promote the growth of the region’s ocean economy.
Latest independent study confirms LNG delivers a strong return on investment for Capesize bulker on Australlia to China trade route
Damen Shiprepair Rotterdam (DSR) will soon deliver oceanographic research vessel OceanXplorer to OceanX following her extensive rebuild.
A new convention, transforming IALA from an NGO to an IGO has been adopted at a diplomatic conference hosted by Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur. Around 200 delegates from more than 50 countries participated.
New DNV GL research based on more than 1,000 failure cases has revealed that tubes and piping are the most failure-prone components in the oil and gas and maritime industries.