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ClassNK Approves Niigata Dual-fuel Engine Design

Classification society ClassNK has granted approval to the design of the new 28AHX-DF dual-fuel engine developed by Niigata Power Systems Co., Ltd. The new engine

MacGregor Deck Equipment for Intership's Eco-bulkers

MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has secured a deck equipment contract from New Times Shipyard in China for Intership Navigation Co Ltd.'s three new 36,500 dwt laker-class bulk carriers.

Hubbell Promotes Brejow to Marketing Manager

Hubbell Marine recently promoted Tony Brejwo to marine marketing manager.   Brejwo started his career at Hubbell in August 2000 in the customer service department.

Seadrill Says to Resume Dividend When Rig Market Turns Around

Offshore oil driller Seadrill plans to resume dividend payments when the market begins to improve, Chief Financial Officer Rune Magnus Lundetrae said.   Known

CMA CGM Reopens Cameroon-Central African Republic Corridor

After a period of political unrest, CMA CGM has reopened the Cameroon-Central African Republic corridor.   With its Through B/L product, CMA CGM provides intermodal

W&O, LESER Partner to Deliver Safety Relief Valves

W&O, a global supplier to the marine and upstream oil and gas markets for pipe, valves and fittings, valve automation and engineered solutions, has partnered with

Fednav Celebrates Anniversary Trio in Cleveland

Fednav Limited held a reception on board one of its vessels, the Federal Mayumi, at the Port of Cleveland yesterday to celebrate a trio of anniversaries: the 70th

Subsea Defense & the Changing Paradigm of Submarine Programs

Technology and dynamic mission profiles have driven change in the defense industry, Hydro Group Plc Managing Director Doug Whyte, explores the changing paradigm of submarine programs,

Marine Insurance & the “Human Factor”

Insurance underwriters of diversified maritime exposures see a wide variety of approaches taken by vessel operators to manage human error to control risk. They

From Security to Efficiency Modern Vessel Tracking

More so than many other fields of business, the maritime industry is focused on cost, which in turn gives the appearance of being conservative towards technology.

Karl Senner Inks Distribution Deal with Electronic Power Design

Karl Senner, LLC (KS) has reached a new strategic representation agreement with Electronic Power Design (EPD). Karl Senner, LLC now represents EPD in the United States marine and offshore Markets.

New Company Takes Over OW Tanker

OW Tanker, a unit of bankrupt OW Bunker and owner of its marine fuel supply ships, has been taken over by a newly-created company, the fleet manager told Reuters on Wednesday.

Seacor Takes Delivery of 10,800 HP Crewboat

Seacor Marine is building ever larger and more powerful mono-hull crew/supply boats. The first of these to be delivered is the 202x34-foot Alex F. McCall with some very impressive statistics.

Diana Extends Containership Time Charters

Diana Containerships Inc. announced direct continuation of time charter agreements for m/v Cap Domingo and m/v Cap Doukato   Diana Containerships Inc., a global

MSC Approves SOLAS Amendments

SOLAS amendments to make IGF Code mandatory approved by Maritime Safety Committee   The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Maritime Safety Committee (MSC),

Chile Mining Sector to Double Energy Demand by 2025

Chile's sprawling mining industry, responsible for around a third of global copper output, is set to nearly double its electricity use by 2025 as multibillion-dollar investments come to fruition,

BIMCO to Develop Standard Term Sheet for Ship Finance

BIMCO announced its intention to develop a standard term sheet to assist the shipping industry in the creation of ship financing documentation.    The aim of

OPEC's Other Problem: Weak Demand

By now, everyone is aware of the serious threat rising shale output from the United States poses to OPEC. But sluggish demand growth in response to the quadrupling

Russia, Turkey Discuss Price for Raising Gas Supplies

Russia has yet to agree a price with Turkey over its planned increase in gas supplies to the country, officials said on Wednesday, as Moscow tries to diversify

Kings Point Student Earns NMRA Scholarship

The National Marine Representatives Association (NMRA) recently awarded its second $500 scholarship to a student pursuing education in the marine industry and maritime trades.

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