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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Lumps of coal in Qinhuangdao port’s IPO stocking

Posted to Far East Maritime (by Greg Knowler) on December 17, 2013

When it comes to IPOs, timing is everything. Catch a wave of positive market sentiment and you are cooking with gas. But get swamped by negative sentiment and you are toast. Qinhuangdao Port's debut on the Hong Kong Exchange last week unfortunately…

Anglo Eastern 1st ship manager to hold 2nd mate’s course

Posted to Anglo Eastern 1st ship manager to hold 2nd mate’s course (by Joseph Fonseca) on July 3, 2013

Call it competition or a race to keep ahead of others. But there is an obvious trend to enhance quality of training so that those passing out of these institutes are more capable, better skilled and resilient to meet the challenges of the future.

Alfred Thayer Mahan

Posted to Maritime Musings (by Dennis Bryant) on September 16, 2011

Alfred Thayer Mahan (1840-1914) was born at West Point, where his father was an instructor. After graduating with distinction from the US Naval Academy in 1859, he served blockade duty on a number of warships during the Civil War. Mahan was promoted at…

Subsea Power Grid to Enable Large-Scale Subsea Processing

Posted to Brazilian Subsea and Maritime News (by Claudio Paschoa) on June 16, 2010

Large-scale seabed processing facilities will require a subsea power grid system that is able to operate for long step-outs with total reliability withstanding extreme pressure and temperatures. As technology leader on land-based power grids…

Quantum 2

Posted to Marine Propulsion Report (by Keith Henderson) on April 20, 2010

The DNV Quantum report also considers many propulsion aspects that were not covered in our previous Quantum report, therefore we call this one Quantum 2. Conventional container ship designs usually go for maximum hull speed requiring highest practicable engine power.

DOF Subsea Brings New Deepwater Saab Seaeye ROV To Brazil

Posted to Brazilian Subsea and Maritime News (by Claudio Paschoa) on December 29, 2009

DOF Subsea, has taken delivery of an advanced design of deep-swimming ROV from Saab Seaeye, destined for Brazil. The new 3000 metre-rated Cougar XTi ROV features technological developments that open up a greater range of deep water applications.