According to Western intelligence estimates, 55 Chinese sailors were killed when a nuclear submarine became stuck underwater, however, China denies this.
Despite Russian threats to attack ships sailing to Ukrainian ports, all three of Ukraine’s Black Sea ports have reopened to grain exporting ships.
In connection with last week’s €157 million narcotics seizure off the Cork Coast, four individuals have made court appearances and have been appropriately charged.
The largest cruise ship in the world, the Royal Caribbean Icon of the Seas, is nearly finished at Finland’s Meyer Turku shipyard.
Officials reported this week that a US Navy man killed in the WWII attack on Pearl Harbor has been identified, over 80 years after his death.
The US is closely monitoring a recent uptick in Russia’s crude oil exports to China’s ports via the Northern Sea Route.
A novel design for a floating offshore nuclear power barge from HD Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering and KEPCO Engineering and Construction Company, Inc. received approval in principle from ABS.
The Conference of the Parties to UNFCCC is an international conference where international organizations, national governments, local governments, etc. discuss international directions and rules for curbing global warming.
EDF Renewables and MOL aim to contribute to offshore wind energy goals and meet hydrogen strategies towards a net zero carbon future.