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USCG Cutter Diligence Returns

  The crew of Coast Guard Cutter Diligence returned to Wilmington following a 45-day patrol in the Caribbean Sea. While on patrol, Diligence served as the

Southern California Port Congestion

  Hapag-Lloyd informs about the congestion at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach that has reached a critical point. I. Several container ships are anchoring

GAC Starts Green Hull Cleaning Operations 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

Chevron Announces Quarterly Dividend

  The Board of Directors of Chevron Corporation today declared a quarterly dividend of one dollar and seven cents ($1.07) per share, payable December 10, 2014,

Fukushima Experimental Offshore Floating Wind Farm Project Update

A consortium comprised of Marubeni (project integrator), the University of Tokyo (technical advisor), Mitsubishi, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan Marine United,

Wärtsilä Propulsion Equipment for 2 Fishing Vessels

  Two new 78 metre purser/trawler fishing vessels being designed and built at Karstensen Shipyard in Denmark will feature Wärtsilä's main propulsion and control equipment.

Seaspan Takes Delivery of 5th 10000 TEU Containership

  Seaspan Corporation announced yesterday that it accepted delivery of a 10000 TEU containership, the MOL Brightness. The new containership, which was constructed

MHI to Change Name of Group Company

  Effective November 1 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) will change the name of its group company in Singapore from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Engineering & Services Private Ltd.

Petrobras P-66 Platform Module to Boost Production

  The P-66 platform’s first modules, built at the Tomé Ferrostaal Consortium’s Module Plant located at the Port of Maceió, Alagoas, are now ready and loaded on the São Tomé barge.

Marine Renewable Energy Testing Facility in Singapore Mooted

  ClassNK has launched of a feasibility study for a new marine renewable energy testing facility to be built in Singapore. The announcement was made at the 2014

Applied Acoustics Holds Distributor Conference

Applied Acoustics, based in Great Yarmouth UK, hosted a conference for its worldwide distributors in early October to celebrate the company’s 25th anniversary year.

Easing US Oil Export Ban Unlikey to Raise Gasoline Prices

A government study on Thursday essentially supported the notion that easing the decades-old restriction on exporting U.S. crude was more likely to lower than raise

Keel Laid, Fabrication Started on 2 Navy Warships

This week, General Dynamics Bath Iron Works celebrated two milestone events for the Arleigh Burke-class program. On October 30, Bath Iron Works held a keel laying

Bulker Arrives to US on Her Maiden Voyage

The Port of Vancouver USA welcomed the Kypros Unity, commanded by Capt. Wilfredo F. Itable of Cyprus, on her maiden voyage Oct. 28. Capt. Itable and his 20-member

Hybrid-Powered Research Vessel Christened

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk christened its ‘green’ research vessel on Friday, September 26 in preparation for launching a new era in examining, monitoring and teaching about Long Island Sound.

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.

Brazil to Hold First Solar Power Auction

Brazil will take its first leap into commercial solar power generation on Friday with a rights auction of at least 500 megawatts of new solar parks, adding a new

Brent Oil Price is the Main Factor in US Gasoline Prices

U.S. gasoline prices are mostly determined by international oil prices, a report by the Energy Information Administration said on Thursday, a conclusion that downplays

Islamic State Claims to Have Seized Gas Field from Syrian Army

Islamic State fighters in Syria claimed on Thursday to have taken control of a gas field in the central province of Homs after battles with government forces. A

Conoco to Spend Less in 2015, Below $16b

ConocoPhillips plans a capital budget below $16 billion next year and will defer spending on some of its less-developed areas, including the Permian Basin and Western Canada,

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