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Corvus Energy Names Bjørkeli CEO

Dec 04, 2017

Corvus Energy has appointed Geir Bjørkeli as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).Bjørkeli was previously Director of Norway for the Dutch company Huisman, and established the company’s Norwegian presence for offshore construction equipment solutions…

Wärtsilä to Equip US LNG Fueling Barge

Nov 28, 2017

Wärtsilä said it will provide a broad scope of products and solutions for a new articulated tug barge (ATB) that will be used to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuel to cruise ships along the east coast of Florida, U.S. The 4,000 m3 capacity…

De Nora BWTS Concludes USCG Testing

Nov 15, 2017

De Nora announced that it has completed shipboard testing for its BALPURE ballast water treatment system (BWTS), and intends to make  its submission for United States Coast Guard (USCG) Type Approval by the end of 2017. The shipboard testing…

COSCO: 10 Vessels with Hans Jensen Lubrication System

Nov 09, 2017

One of the world’s biggest shipping companies, China COSCO Shipping Group, has placed an order for 10 large ore carriers from China State Shipbuilding Corporation. COSCO specified the order to include the cylinder lubrication system ‘HJ Lubtronic SIP’ from Hans Jensen Lubricators A/S…

TOTE Invests (again) in LNG Conversions

Nov 09, 2017

TOTE Inc., courtesy of being the first in the world to order containerships powered by LNG, have been leaders in the push to design and build tonnage ahead of the emissions regulation curve. The company again makes headline with the announcement…

MOL Research on Marine Rotary Machineries

Nov 08, 2017

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) announced plans to work with Asahi Kasei Engineering Corporation (AEC) on a project to verify predictive detection of abnormalities in marine rotary machineries using vibrating sensors. The research will focus…

China Unveils Huge Island Building Vessel

Nov 05, 2017

China has has unveiled a massive island-building vessel, which has been called “a magic island-maker” by its designer and is considered the most powerful vessel of its type in Asia, the state media reported. Named Tian Kun Hao, the ship…

Smith Maritime Hauls Equipment to Puerto Rico

Nov 03, 2017

Smith Maritime recently hauled a barge load of equipment on behalf of CAT5 Resources to help rebuild cellular communication infrastructure in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria. Smith Maritime’s barge Marilyn Monroe was loaded at its terminal in Amelia…

Arjen Uytendaal Suceeds Francis Vallat as President of ENMC

Oct 31, 2017

Francis Vallat, originally co- founder and 1st Vice-President of the European Network of Maritime Clusters (ENMC), which was created in 2005 in his Paris office, and current Chairman since 2011, decided to resign from his chairmanship on the…

The Environmental Age: What Will Power Future Ships?

Oct 13, 2017

What will power the future shipping fleet? What will the future fuel mix be? These questions are being asked with greater frequency in the wake of the Global 2020 Sulphur Cap ruling agreed at the International Maritime Organization and other…

India Approves Change of Status for Marine Body IALA

Oct 11, 2017

The Indian Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given its approval for International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA) to change its status from Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) to Inter-Governmental Organization (IGO)…

Martin Dorsman Appointed as Secretary General of ECSA

Oct 03, 2017

ECSA, European Community Shipowners’ Associations has appointed Mr. Martin Dorsman (56) as its new Secretary General in Brussels. Mr. Dorsman will start in his new position on November 1st 2017. Mr. Dorsman will transfer to ECSA from the…

Empowering Maritime Women in East and Southern Africa

Oct 03, 2017

Promoting women's access to quality employment and senior management level within the maritime sector is a key priority for International Maritime Organization (IMO)'s gender and capacity-building program and was at the core of the 8th regional…

Maritime Matters – a Global Celebration

Sep 29, 2017

World Maritime Day (28 September) has been marked around the world in a series of events and celebrations led by International Maritime Organization (IMO) from its London headquarters.  Seafaring nations, coastal states and the shipping industry staged conferences…

UN Focus on Shipping and Sustainable Development

Sep 28, 2017

Marking the World Maritime Day, the head of the United Nations maritime agency today highlighted contributions the shipping industry can make to the achievement of the global development goals. 'Shipping and ports can play a significant…

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Delft Students Cross North Sea on Self-Built Hydrogen Boat

Delft Students Cross North Sea on Self-Built Hydrogen Boat

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