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Saipem CEO: Russia "Extremely Determined" on South Stream

Russia is very keen to press ahead with construction of the South Stream pipeline that will carry Russian gas to Europe avoiding Ukraine, the CEO of Italian oil service group Saipem said on Thursday.

Atkins Gain Maersk Oil Engineering Contract

Design, engineering and project management consultancy Atkins, says it has been awarded an engineering support contract covering three of Maersk Oil’s UK assets in the North Sea.

Fidelis Group Name Civisca Executive V-P

National marine and inland marine insurance coverage and service provider Fidelis Group Holdings, LLC (FGH), through its subsidiary company Continental Underwriters, Ltd.

Body Of Korean Boy Who Raised Alarm On Sinking Ferry Found

  The body of a South Korean boy whose shaking voice first raised the alarm that a passenger ferry with hundreds on board was in trouble has been found, his parents believe,

Rosie the Riveter: WWII Women Shipyard Workers Visit the White House

Women workers from Kaiser Shipyard welcomed to the White House Six of the original “Rosie the Riveters” who worked in Kaiser Shipyard during World War II gained

Weber to Leave Hapag-Lloyd Board

Dr. Jürgen Weber to hand over the chair of the Supervisory Board to Michael Behrendt in autumn. Three important tasks fulfilled / Handover to complete merger

Cool Runnings: R.W. Fernstrum's Engineered Solutions

A hallmark of the global maritime industry is the proliferation of smaller, family founded and managed businesses. R.W. Fernstrum is one such company: a ubiquitous

CNR: Innovation Maintains US Naval Advantages

An interview with Rear Adm. Matt Klunder, U.S. Navy Chief of Naval Research What are your near term, mid-term and long term science and technology (S&T) objectives?    

McDermott Elect G.P. Luquette Board Chairman

Provider of integrated engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) services for upstream field developments worldwide, McDermott International, say that Gary P.

Ill-Considered Energy Policies Threaten US Navy: Report

The United States government has pursued energy policies based on “the mistaken belief in the unproven science that claims carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from burning

Coast Guard Pacific Area receives new commander

  Vice Adm. Charles W. Ray relieved Vice Adm. Paul F. Zukunft as Commander, Coast Guard Pacific Area and Coast Guard Defense Forces West, in a change of command

Obama Stalls Drilling On Federal Lands: Kemp

  The White House likes to claim a share of the credit for the drilling revolution that has transformed North America's energy production and security. Except

Gazprom And OMV Chiefs Discuss Alternative European Gas Routes

  The chief executives of Gazprom and OMV held talks on Tuesday about supplying Russian gas to Europe using routes that bypass Ukraine, they said in a statement.

POLB’s First Woman Commissioner Dies at 93

Louise M. DuVall, the first woman to serve on the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners, died Saturday, April 19. She was 93. She was appointed to two terms on the Harbor Commission,

CG Foundation Holds Pacific Area Awards

The 29th Annual Coast Guard Foundation Pacific Area Awards Dinner was an evening in tribute to the men and women of the United States Coast Guard. Held at the Fairmont

BSEE’s Fesmire Participates in Arctic Drilling Panel

BSEE's Alaska Region Director Mark Fesmire participated in a panel discussion today in Washington, D.C. on applying lessons learned for drilling in the Arctic. During

Canada Says Keep Keystone XL Issue Alive with US

Far from giving up on the Keystone XL pipeline to the United States, Finance Minister Joe Oliver said on Tuesday Canada would keep the issue alive with the Obama

Putin Wants Beefed-up Presence in the Arctic

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that Russia should step up its presence in the Arctic and challenge other nations in exploring the world's largest untapped natural reserves,

Port of Redwood City to Dedicate New Wharf

The Port of Redwood City’s $17 million modernized wharf will open and be dedicated Wednesday, April 23, at 10 a.m., featuring presentations by Rep. Jackie Speier,

Argentina To Eliminate Taxes Paid By Biodiesel Producers

  Argentine President Cristina Fernandez on Monday asked Congress to eliminate some of the taxes paid by biodiesel manufacturers in a bid to support an industry

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