A Floating Storage Regasification Unit (FSRU) is the vital component required while transiting and transferring Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) through the oceanic channels. Find out more about FSRU inside the article.
INS Satpura is an indigenous Shivalik class stealth Frigate of the Indian Navy. The Second of the Project 17, the ship is stacked with the latest in the warfare technology.
Carlos Fischer is one of the biggest fruit juice carriers in the world with a total storage area of over 37,000 tonnes. Put into operation in the year 2002, in the 10-years of its utilisation, the Carlos Fischer has more than re-defined the vessel system for carrying liquids like juices. Find out more about Carlos Fischer in the article.
Equipped with two cranes, each with a load lifting capacitance of 7,000 tonnes each, the Saipem 7000 is regarded to be the second biggest crane vessel in the world. Put into operation in the year 1988 the vessel has for nearly a quarter of a century, provided excellence par services to its owners – the Saipem conglomerate.
Let’s take a look at modern day dynamic positioning systems and also become familiar with interesting terms associated with these designs.
Production of the UK Royal Navy’s new Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs) has started on 10th October, with the first steel cut at BAE Systems in Glasgow.
Marine Seismic operations or seismographic acquisition is the method used for collecting information and data about the subsea surface. Learn about the main methods of seismic operations carried out at sea in the article inside.
Different types of boats are used around the world on the basis of application. Mainly used for recreational purpose, boats form an integral part of both commercial and non-commercial activities. Learn about different types of boats inside the article.