IMO defines four phases of autonomous ship
After agreeing on a definition of so-called Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) last 2018, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) revealed the detailed phase of MASS during the 100th Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) which was held in D...
VDR of Stellar Daisy retrieved
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) of Korea has recently announced that Ocean Infinity's deep-sea searching vessel 'Seabed Constructor' found some parts of the hull of the Stellar Daisy on February 17 with the use of remotely operated vehicle...
NYK eyeing integration of tech subsidiaries
NYK has begun to prepare for the amalgamation of three of the NYK Group’s research and technical subsidiaries, i.e., Japan Marine Science Inc., Yusen Navtec Co. Ltd., and NYK Engineering Co. Ltd. More information is provided below. The three...
Inmarsat supports IoT and Big Data ventures
Inmarsat, the global leader in mobile satellite communications, has joined forces with two leading start-up programmes, Rainmaking’s Trade and Transport Impact (T&TI) and Bluetech Accelerator, to create initiatives that directly support sta...
Chevron signs gas agreement with GS Caltex
Chevron U.S.A. Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of Chevron Corp, announced the signing of a sales and purchase agreement with GS Caltex Corporation for the delivery of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to South Korea from Chevron’s global supply portfo...
Philippines expressed intention to buy HHIC-Phil
The Philippine Government has officially expressed its intention to buy HHIC-Phil, Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction’s shipyard in Subic. The authority is planning to acquire the yard for its Navy’s sake, it is understood. For start...
ZPMC forms a new subsidiary in Fuzhou
Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries (ZPMC) is establishing a new subsidiary in Fuzhou, Fujian province, China. The new company, to be called ‘Zhenhua Heavy Industries Fuzhou Construction,’ would contribute to ZPMC’s expansion into the ocea...
DSME CEO offers resignation
It turned out that Jung Sung-Leep, CEO of Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME), has offered its resignation. The consecutive appointment of him was officially confirmed last year, so that his remaining term is over two years (by...
STX Heavy graduates rehabilitation
STX Heavy Industries graduates rehabilitation process thanks to capital injection by its new owner, Pine Tree Partners. This is after two years since January 2017 when the company started its rehabilitation, and after five years since it signed a...
One Sea celebrates extending membership
One Sea, the alliance that brings together leading exponents of autonomous ship technology, has secured new funding to support its role as business ecosystem, at the same time adding Shipbrokers Finland as a new partner. An injection of public...
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