Study Shows Oceans Arrived Early to Earth

Earth is known as the Blue Planet because of its oceans, which cover more than 70 percent of the planet's surface and are home to the world's greatest diversity of life.

Two Great Lakes Toxic Hotspots Restored

EPA announces removal of two toxic hotspots on Lake Superior and Lake Michigan from binational list The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced that two U.

General Dynamics NASSCO Wins Environmental Award

General Dynamics NASSCO, a business unit of General Dynamics, was recognized for its environmental conservation and leadership efforts to continuously implement

CMA CGM to Retrofit 10 More Bulbous Bows

The CMA CGM Group said it will retrofit 10 of its vessels’ bulbous bows to achieve improved energy efficiency for slow steaming. The modifications are in addition

SUGAR’ EU Project - New Environmental Monitoring Solution

Kongsberg Maritime Embient, with Kongsberg partner company Contros Systems and Solutions, has been selected to develop and deliver technologies and strategies for

Czech, Slovak Spot Down on Stronger Renewables, Hungary Up

Forecasts for higher renewable power output and milder weather sent Czech and Slovak day ahead power prices lower on Thursday while the Hungarian spot jumped as the system remained tight,

Vale CEO: Coal Deal Soon

Brazilian mining company Vale SA is close to making a "strategic" announcement concerning its coal unit, the company's chief executive Murilio Ferreira said on

Verbund Sells Bulgarian Wind Farm

Verbund sold its Bulgarian wind farm to a unit of Bulgarian financial group Inovent Holding, the Austrian utility said on Thursday without disclosing the price.

Monitoring U.S. Troops Returning from Ebola Mission

Secretary Hagel has signed an order that validated a recommendation from the Joint Chiefs of Staff to place all U.S. military service members returning from

Eurodam Tops in USPH Inspections

  Holland America Line’s ms Eurodam achieved a perfect score of 100 on a recent routine United States Public Health (USPH) inspection conducted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Aquarius MAS with Marine Solar Power Installed on Delos

 Eco Marine Power together with strategic partners has installed an Aquarius Management & Automation System (MAS) integrated with a marine solar panel array on-board the Blue Star 'Delos'.

Korean Register to Drive LNG Fuelled Shipping

Korean Register (KR) will work alongside the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Secretariat (APEC) to promote the use of LNG fuelled ships in the APEC region. APEC

Germany May Reduce Coal-Fired Energy to Protect Climate

Germany is considering removing some of its coal plant capacity as part of a raft of new policies to help Europe's biggest economy meet its greenhouse gas emissions goals,

'Environmental' Hull Cleaning Ops OK'd in Oman

Oman’s Ministry of Environment and Climate Affairs has granted GAC EnvironHull permission to conduct underwater hull cleaning operations using the brush-and-diver-free

WindSentinel Survives Major Storm off Portugal

AXYS Technologies Inc (AXYS) said that the EDP Inovação (EDPi)  WindSentinel floating LiDAR system has survived a major storm that ravaged  the coast of Portgual near Viana do Castelo on October 16,

SMC to Provide Marine Coordination for Siemens

Specialist Marine Consultants Ltd (SMC) have been working with Siemens, providing offshore marine coordination for a fifth Siemens Wind Power construction project.

Vestas Wins TranCanada 15-year Service Contract

Danish wind turbine maker Vestas Wind Systems said on Wednesday it has received a 15-year service contract for the Kibby Wind Project in Maine in the United States.

First Bulk Carrier Delivered to ADM of US

  The first unit of a new bulk carrier developed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI), a vessel offering superlative energy efficiency and environmental performance,

US EPA Seeks Input on Sweeping Power Plant Rule

U.S. regulators on Tuesday said they want more public input on certain aspects of a sweeping plan to reduce carbon pollution from power plants, and about the role

UK Energy Minister Sees Rapid Reform of EU Carbon Market

Plans to accelerate reform of Europe's carbon market could be finalised as soon as April, building on the momentum from last week's EU deal on green energy policy,

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