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Cathelco BWTS Receives AMS Approval

Cathelco Ltd. has received Alternate Management Systems (AMS) acceptance from the U.S. Coast Guard for their ballast water treatment system.   AMS acceptance

Petrobras Received Subpoena from US SEC for Documents

  Brazil's state-run oil firm Petroleo Brasileiro SA said on Monday it had received a subpoena from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission asking for documents

Mexico's IEnova wins CFE gas pipeline project near U.S. border

A unit of energy infrastructure company IEnova, the Mexican subsidiary of U.S. firm Sempra Energy, said on Monday that Mexico's state power company CFE had awarded

E.ON's Italy sale draws bidders as deadline falls

The sale of E.ON's Italian assets has drawn interest from a handful of energy companies and investment funds on the final day for binding bids, sources familiar with the matter said on Monday.

Hagel Resigns as Defense Secretary

U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel resigned on Monday, the first major change to President Barack Obama's Cabinet since his Democrats were routed in midterm elections three weeks ago.

JDR Wins Umbilical Order in W. Africa Deepwater

Royal Niger Emerging Technologies, a Nigerian oil and gas service company, has awarded JDR a fast track contract supporting the West African Abo project for the manufacture of a 1.

IBAC Executive Training Participants Visit Sanmar

IBAC, which provides training to participants on international business awareness and ethical principles in the context of international business, was held for the 15th time this year.

Nepal Gives Green Light for $1b Hydroelectric Plant

Nepal has given an Indian company permission to build a 900 megawatt hydropower plant, government officials said on Monday, as the Himalayan state looks to ease

Ferus Smit to Launch Newbuild Bulk Carrier

Ferus Smit will launch newbuild general bulk cargo vessel Arklow Brave on Friday, December 12, in Westerbroek.   Arklow Brave is the fifth vessel in a series

US Port Congestion Hides Deeper Issues

Ports on the U.S. West Coast are currently suffering from chronic congestion, but are there deeper issues affecting their performance?   Drewry’s new report Container

Arctic Ecosystem Study Launched in US, Canadian Waters

Beaufort Sea research to examine complex marine ecosystem   The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) and National Oceanographic Partnership Program (NOPP)

Dutch Yards May Need to Rethink Contract Structures

Rotterdam-based law firm AKD said a recent decision of the Dutch courts means that shipyards in The Netherlands may no longer be able to rely on the right to retain

Seven Rescued from Sinking Freighter near Haiti

Seven crewmembers were rescued after their 100-foot coastal freighter began taking on water and sank approximately 45 miles north off of Cap Haitien, Haiti, Friday.

US Orders Trawler with Common-Rail Technology

Tier II-compliant 32/44CR technology to deliver fuel efficiency, low emissions and improved productivity   MAN Diesel & Turbo has received an order for an MAN

Tanzanian Lawmakers to Debate on Energy Graft Despite Objections

Tanzania's parliament will hold a debate this week on allegations of corruption in the energy sector, the speaker said on Monday, despite efforts by the prime minister to block the session.

MSC Cruises Advance Onboard Wi-Fi System

MSC Cruises has started a fleet-wide optimization installed by Marlink to improve shipboard VSAT (Very Small Aperture Terminal) connectivity. MSC Cruises said it

Hamburg Cargo Volumes at Record High

Seaborne cargo throughput of 110 million tons in the first nine months sets new record for Port of Hamburg    With total throughput of around 110 million tons,

Maritime SAR Under Media Pressure

Media pressure, and particularly the posting of unverified stories on social media, has become a significant factor in major maritime search and rescue (SAR) events.

New McAllister Tug Features JonRie Winch Set

JonRie Marine Winches supplied its fifth ship set of full bollard pull winches to New York’s McAllister Towing for installation on its new tug, Tate McAllister.

AVEVA Opens Office in Aberdeen

AVEVA opened its new office in Aberdeen to offer sales and support for all of AVEVA’s solutions and services with a strategic focus on the region’s oil and gas sector.

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