- FRANCE’S NEXANS INKS SUPPLIER AGREEMENT WITH EMPIRE OFFSHORE WIND
- NASDAQ-LISTED SEANERGY MARITIME BUYS 2012-BUILT JAPANESE CAPESIZE BULKER
- MACRO OFFSHORE SUBSIDIARY JACKTEL WINS LONG-TERM TYRA CONTRACT
- CHINESE SHIPS ENTER JAPAN'S TERRITORIAL WATERS OFF SENKAKU ISLANDS
- NORWEGIAN OPERATOR WALLENIUS WILHELMSEN REACTIVATES LAST THREE LAID-UP VESSELS
- ALL AMERICAN MARINE JOINS FAMILY-OWNED BRYTON MARINE GROUP
- AKER OFFSHORE WIND AND HEXICON COMES TOGETHER FOR SWEDISH WIND PROJECTS
- HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRIES WORKS ON HYDROGEN SUPPLY CHAIN BY 2030
- UN CALLS FOR SEAFARERS TO BE PRIORITISED FOR COVID-19 VACCINATIONS
ABS to class Jones Act wind turbine installation vesselAccording to the release of ABS, the first ever Jones Act compliant offshore wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV), a main vessel for the growth of the U.S. offshore wind industry, will be constructed in ABS Class.
Bureau Veritas joins Coalition for the Energy of the FutureThe Energy of the Future Coalition gathers 14 multinational companies dedicated to promoting the energy transition in transport and logistics.
Chantiers de l’Atlantique plans to to test its sail systemThe French shipbuilder Chantiers de l'Atlantique is planning to construct at the shipyard a first-of-its-kind model of Solid Sail/AeolDrive, a large-scale sailing solution.
US Navy conducts underway replenishment exercise with France and JapanThe Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Towada-class replenishment vessel JS Hamana (AOE-424) and the French Floréal-class light frigate FNS Prairial joined USS Curtis Wilbur (DDG 54) to perform a tri-lateral replenishment-at-sea (RAS) on Feb. 19.
Port Authority of Singapore and Norway's Yara join ammonia-fuelled tanker initiativeThe Singapore Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) and Yara International ASA, a Norwegian fertilizer company, have joined the ammonia-fuelled tanker project.
American Cruise Lines adds new ship to Pacific NorthwestAmerican Cruise Lines has announced that by 2021 it will now have six ships in the Pacific Northwest, four of which will sail on the Columbia and Snake Rivers.
DEME Offshore wins contract from Belgium’s ParkwindA contract for the engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) of foundations at the Arcadis Ost I offshore wind farm was awarded to DEME Offshore by Belgium's Parkwind.
CWind launches world’s first hybrid-powered Surface Effect Ship (SES)According to the company, CWind, part of the Global Marine Group, has unveiled its CWind Poineer vessel, the world's first hybrid-powered Surface Effect Ship (SES).
ASELSAN reaches the highest revenue and profitability of all time2020 year-end financial results of ASELSAN have been announced. The company's revenues grew by 24% in 2020 compared to the previous year and exceeded 16 billion TL, according to ASELSAN's latest statement.
Craig Perciavalle resigned as president of Austal USAIn the midst of inquiries into the shipbuilder's Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) program for the US Navy, Craig Perciavalle resigned as president of Austal USA on Monday.
Maersk Eindhoven waits for clearance by Japanese authoritiesMaersk Eindhoven, a Maersk-operated container ship that lost around 260 containers last week, is currently in Japanese waters awaiting Japanese authorities' clearance for transit to Yokohama APM Terminals.
Turkish Coast Guard rescues 98 irregular migrants in Aegean SeaOn Monday, the Turkish Coast Guard Command announced that it had rescued a total of 98 irregular migrants from the Aegean Sea who had been pushed back into Turkish territorial waters by the Greek Coast Guard.