Norway’s Brunvoll secures contract for Van Oord’s green cable layerNorway's Brunvoll has won a deal to supply Van Oord's next generation of cable-laying vessels with a full propulsion and manoeuvring device.
Norway to provide funding for North Sea CO2 storage projectThe Government of Norway has agreed to provide funding for the CO2 transport and storage project for the Northern Lights.
Havyard Group to introduce first large ship hydrogen systemNorway's Havyard Group has announced that it is ready to launch a hydrogen system that will also allow large vessels to travel longer distances with zero emissions.
Volvo Penta to supply gensets for Norwegian operator BorealTurkish boat builder Sefine Shipyard has won a contract to supply five electric ferries to Norwegian operator Boreal, each assisted by two generator sets (gensets) of the Volvo Penta D13 MG IMO III.
Wärtsilä to supply four LNG-fueled platforms of Harvey EnergyThe Finnish technology group Wärtsilä was contracted to supply four Harvey Energy class LNG-fueled platform supply vessels (PSVs) with its energy storage system (ESS) to be retrofitted.
Norway to build fleet of robotic ships with ultra-low emissionThe Norwegian company Grovfjord Mek Verksted (GMV) has been chosen by marine robotics company Ocean Infinity to develop its ultra-low-emission Armada fleet of robotic ships.
Norway and U.S. to start offshore energy partnershipThe U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy (MPE) for continued collaboration in offshore oil and gas, offshore wind and marine minerals.
MV Polarcus Nadia departed for NorwayDutch Marine Contractors announced that MV Polarcus Nadia departed from Amsterdam to Norway this morning after a few years of lay-up.
Leonardo Da Vinci getting final preparationsPrysmian's new Leonardo Da Vinci, cable-laying vessel is getting ready before being towed for final outfitting from Vard's shipyard in Tulcea, Romania, to Norway.
Norwegian Cruise Line targets a $515 million worth reductionNorwegian Cruise Line Holdings had to launch a significant cost-cutting campaign in order to remain afloat.
Multiple ports move to restrict cruise ship arrivalsAn growing number of local and national governments are taking measures to limit or prohibit the entry of cruise ships over fears about the latest outbreak of coronavirus.
UECC and GoodFuels to test biofuel on RoRo vesselA collaborative trial of GoodFuels Bio-Fuel Oil has been conducted by Norway's shortsea provider RoRo Transportation United European Car Car Carriers (UECC) and the renewable marine biofuel leader GoodFuels.
Wartsila to provide scrubbers for Norway's Breakaway and GetawayWärtsilä will supply customised hybrid scrubber system packages to Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Getaway.