Aker Solutions&Kvaerner are merged
Aker Solutions announced on July 17 that it is launching a series of structural and strategic changes to transform the company and enhance shareholder value by spinning off the wind and carbon capture businesses to shareholders and merging Aker S...
Navy Reservists start arriving at PSNS & IMF for mission
NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVSEA) announced on July 17 that the first group of Navy Reservists assigned to Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility as part of the Navy’s Surge Maintenance program have arrived to begin...
Japan's 9 companies started Ship Carbon Recycling WG
ClassNK announced on July 16 that Nine Japanese companies (Note 1) have started the Ship Carbon Recycling Working Group (hereinafter referred to as “WG”) formed within Japan’s Carbon Capture & Reuse (CCR) Study Group (Note 2), and held ...
Hasna was assigned to Southampton port chaplain
International maritime welfare charity Sailors’ Society announced on July 15 that it has welcomed a new port chaplain to its Southampton team. Revd Hasna Khatun will provide welfare and chaplaincy support to the thousands of seafarers who vi...
UKHO appoints Peter Sparkes as acting chief executive
The UK Hydrographic Office announced on July 13 that Rear Admiral Peter Sparkes, the current UK National Hydrographer and Deputy Chief Executive, has been appointed to the position of Acting Chief Executive and Accounting Officer. Rear Admir...
ExxonMobil renewed collaboration with Princeton center
ExxonMobil announced July 2 that ExxonMobil and Princeton University’s Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment have renewed their collaboration to research lower-emission technologies and energy solutions. The new, five-year agreemen...
KLC sets up LNG bunkering subsidiary
Korea Line Corporation (KLC) announced through a regulatory filing on July 6 that the Korean dry bulk operator has completed the spin of its LNG business division. Kim Chil-bong, vice president of SM Group's shipping business, has been appointed ...
North P&I Club asks collective action on crew repatriation
Leading International Group (IG) Protection and Indemnity member, North P&I announced on July 9 that it has urged maritime stakeholders to seize the opportunity provided by a UK Government summit on July 9th to establish an international acti...
Ecochlor appoints Sören Scheid as manager
Ecochlor announced on July 9 that Sören Scheid will be managing the new office in Germany as the Regional Business Development Manager for Europe, Scandinavia and the UK. Mr. Scheid looks forward to promoting Ecochlor’s “unique and innova...
K Line revised long-term guideline
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” Line) announced on July 7 that it has thoroughly revised the long-term guideline concerning environment, “K” Line Environmental Vision 2050 - Blue Seas for the Future -, in order to strengthen the initiati...
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