New cement carrier ordered
JT Cement announced a newbuilding order at a Dutch yard. Nova Algoma Cement Carriers Limited, has acquired a 25% ownership interest in JT Cement AS from KGJ Cement Holdings and will join the joint venture JTC AS, which owns a fleet of seven sm...
Equinor extends existing contract with KONGSBERG
Equinor Energy AS has contracted Kongsberg Maritime to deliver the Safety and Automation Systems (SAS) for the recently announced phase 2 of the Johan Sverdrup development in the Norwegian North Sea. Kongsberg Maritime’s selection for Johan ...
WindEnergy presents growing number of OWF
The offshore sector of the wind industry has made headlines in recent months. It has progressed rapidly, both in technical innovation and in the competitiveness of offshore energy in the electricity market. Many of the companies active in the off...
Deepwater Wind plans new offshore wind farm
Deepwater Wind is proposing an innovative offshore wind solution for Connecticut that will help the state affordably meet its renewable energy goals. Deepwater Wind – America’s leading offshore wind developer – proposed to supply 200 meg...
Mobile BWTS does its job
Glosten and Global Diving & Salvage (Global) announce the successful treatment of ballast water with a mobile system on board a 350-foot marine vessel moored in Coos Bay, Oregon. Glosten and Global Diving & Salvage deployed the Glosten...
Microsoft tests underwater datacenter
Microsoft is leveraging technology from submarines and working with pioneers in marine energy for the second phase of its moonshot to develop self-sufficient underwater datacenters that can deliver lightning-quick cloud services to coastal cities...
MSC orders cruise ship from STX France
MSC Cruises ordered its 5th 'Meraviglia' class cruise ship from STX France. The vessel with a next generation duel-fuel engine is slated for delivery in 2023. According to foreign press and industrial source, the price of the cruise ship...
Yinson in FPSO chartering talks for Africa
Yinson Holdings Berhad, a Malaysian ocean energy developer, turns out to have been in talks with First Exploration & Petroleum Development Company (First E&P), a Nigerian oil and gas company, about chartering floating production storage a...
HHI shut down PCs after work hour
Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) announced on June 15 that to comply with revised Labor Standards Act, it will shut down all PCs except ones priorly approved. In line with this policy, HHI is forcefully shutting down all PCs in the offices after...
KFTC strikes hard blow to cable collusion
The Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) imposed a total of KRW22.7bn of penalty surcharge to marine cable providers who had fixed the price in collusion. The Commission stated that the penalty will be imposed to five cable providers who had rig...
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