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Shell Hires Worley for Green Hydrogen Facility Job in Netherlands

Mar 11, 2024

Shell has awarded Worley a contract for detailed design, procurement and construction management support services a Holland Hydrogen 1, a project that will become the Europe’s largest commercial renewable hydrogen production facility.Under the contract, Worley will provide its services that will cover the integration of associated assets such as offshore wind, pipelines, electrical grids and the refinery for the facility located in the Port of Rotterdam…

Preparing for Floating Wind – Leveraging the Oil & Gas Supply Chain

Jun 28, 2024

Examining similarities and differences between the deepwater oil & gas and the emerging floating wind segment.There has been much excitement around the potential for the offshore wind industry to access deeper water sites through the deployment of floating wind technology…

Jozwiak Joins GLO Marine as Green Transition Lead

Feb 29, 2024

Maciej Jozwiak joined the GLO Marine team, with his experience expected to enhance the company's technical capacity to deliver high-end services to the retrofit and vessel upgrade market, with a focus on green technologies and decarbonization measures…

Singapore Picks Pilot Vessel Charging Concepts

Jan 10, 2024

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has selected companies that will pilot their vessel charging concepts in Singapore.The selection follows the call for proposal (CFP) by MPA in August 2023 to develop, operate, and maintain e-HC charging points in Singapore…

Port of Los Angeles Promotes Chris Brown

Jan 03, 2024

The Port of Los Angeles has appointed Chris Brown to the position of Chief Harbor Engineer.Brown replaces Dina Aryan-Zahlan, who was recently promoted to Deputy Executive Director of Development.As Chief Harbor Engineer, Brown will lead the planning…

Tacoma, Seattle Ports Ink Deals for Navigation Improvement Projects

Dec 13, 2023

Pacific Northwest seaports Seattle and Tacoma have signed design agreements with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) for a pair of waterway navigation improvement projects.The Seattle Navigation Improvement Project, authorized by Congress in 2018…

Port of Oakland appoints its first woman Director of Engineering

Oct 12, 2023

c Sánchez joined the port in February as an engineering project manager. She is the first woman and first Latina to serve in this leadership position at the port.  Sánchez spent over a decade at BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit), where she served in various positions…

Orlowski Named VP Engineering at Austal USA

Oct 02, 2023

Austal USA introduced Chris Orlowski as the company’s vice president of engineering, leading a team of more than 350 engineers, naval architects, designers, and other engineering support staff. Orlowski has more than 30 years of program and…

COSCO Halts Works on Port in Peru After Landslide

May 16, 2023

China’s COSCO Shipping Holdings suspended construction on a tunnel for a major port project in northern Peru after a partial landslide struck, a company official said on Tuesday.The company is working to understand what caused the landslide…

Tuas Port Phase 1 Reclamation Project gets Engineering Award Nod

Feb 07, 2023

For the engineering innovations behind the Tuas Port Phase 1 (TPP1) Reclamation, Wharf Construction & Dredging Project, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and project partners were awarded the 2022 World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO) H…

WESI, LeeWay Bring Hydrogen Fuel Solutions to Atlantic Canada

Jan 03, 2023

Engineering firm Waterford Energy Services Inc. (WESI) and vessel owner/operator LeeWay Marine are collaborating to bring hydrogen fuel supply to Atlantic Canada for marine applications.The two Canadian companies said early front-end engineering and design (E-FEED) has commenced for a Phase 1 Pilot…

New Maritime Simulator for Port Engineering Studies

Sep 07, 2022

FORCE Technology has expanded its engineering design and testing services portfolio to provide remote access to high fidelity maritime navigation simulation for the purpose of testing planned port and harbor construction projects. The new SimFlex…

New Decommissioning Hub in Aberdeen to Create Up to 50 New Jobs

Aug 25, 2022

CessCon Decom,  a Scotland-based firm specializing in decommissioning of oil and gas structures, plans to launch a decommissioning hub at the Port of Aberdeen’s £400 million South Harbour expansion in Q3 2022, creating up to 50 new jobs.The…

MASSA: Innovation Inside its DNA

May 10, 2022

From designing the world’s largest transducer; to lobster-like surf crawling robots to detect and destroy mines; to creating a new bowling score system; to designing, building and delivering sonar systems used by the most powerful navy on the planet…

Edward Heerema – Dutch Courage with Single-minded Focus

Apr 13, 2022

Edward Heerema is founder and president of Allseas, which brought the world’s largest construction vessel, Pioneering Spirit, to the market. The company, which also brought innovation to the pipelay sector, has added its latest trick to Pioneering Spirit – its jacket lift system…

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