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"What is the point of testing in Maritime Training"? Very few people know the correct answer to this question. This is a problem.

Posted to Maritime Training Issues with Murray Goldberg (by Murray Goldberg) on February 24, 2014

Maritime Training: The full library of maritime training articles can be found here.Blog Notifications: For the latest maritime training articles, visit our company blog here. You can receive notifications of new articles on our company blog…

TWIC: Alive and Kicking

Posted to Global Maritime Analysis with Joseph Keefe (by Joseph Keefe) on May 22, 2013

The way forward for homeland security officials seems to be pretty clear when it comes to the much anticipated and often criticized Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC). Or maybe not. The U.S. Government Accounting Office (GAO) report…

MaritimeProfessional Applies for BPA Worldwide Membership

Posted to The Maritime Professional (by Jocelyn Redfern) on March 17, 2011

BPA Worldwide will track circulation for MARITIME PROFESSIONAL based on business/distribution, demographics and geographic coverage. The magazine will have 12 months to complete its initial circulation audit. “The strong growth of MARITIME PROFESSIONAL…

Greatship Global orders Self Elevating Drilling Rig

Posted to Greatship Global orders Self Elevating Drilling Rig (by Joseph Fonseca) on February 23, 2011

Greatship Global Energy Services Pte. Ltd. (GGES), a Singapore incorporated subsidiary of Greatship (India) Limited (GIL), which is a subsidiary of The Great Eastern Shipping Company Limited, has placed an order for construction of One (1) Mobile…

Automatic Engine Tuning

Posted to Marine Propulsion Report (by Keith Henderson) on August 27, 2010

Automatic optimization of marine diesel engine performance using loop control of the cylinder pressure process has been under development for a number of years at both MAN Diesel & Turbo and Wärtsilä. Targeting the slow speed two stroke engines…

Unique Corus Tubes for Tupi Project

Posted to Brazilian Subsea and Maritime News (by Claudio Paschoa) on July 9, 2010

Corus Tubes has successfully manufactured 118km of 457mm x 31.75mm Grade X65 sour linepipe for the Petrobras Tupi project. This linepipe is designed to operate in Brazil’s Santos Basin at a depth of 2200m, and is thickest 18” UOE pipe manufactured to date.

Singapore slick an inevitable consequence of being Asia’s gas station

Posted to Far East Maritime (by Greg Knowler) on May 25, 2010

If your port is at the confluence of the busiest sea lanes in the world, if it is the world’s largest refuelling port and the biggest oil storage centre in Asia, there is a lot of crude and bunker fuel floating around. So when there is an accident at sea…

DP World pitches for Cabotage Law relaxation

Posted to DP World pitches for Cabotage Law relaxation (by Joseph Fonseca) on March 24, 2010

Following sentry of American Eagle Tankers’ vessel in the Indian coastal trade despite stiff opposition from Indian shipping companies, another foreign maritime operator - this time the international terminal operator D.P. World - is enmeshed with Indian ship owners. D.P.