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APRIL 10, 2013 — Zentech, Inc., a Houston based marine engineering and naval architecture consulting firm, specializing in the offshore oil and gas and renewable energy industries, today announced the appointment of Brad Adkins as…
APRIL 10, 2013—The world’s largest pipelay vessel—more than three American football fields long—will be  coming to the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and offshore Brazil. Owned by Italy’s Saipem, the M/V Castorone currently is  contracted for…
APRIL 10, 2013 — The U.S. Maritime Administration has published a notice in the Federal Register saying that under the Small Shipyard Grant Program, there is currently $9,457,986.00 available for grants for capital and related…
APRIL 10, 2013 — The International Longshoremen's Association reports that its members at ports on the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf coats have "overwhelming approved" a new six-year master contract negotiated  with United States Maritime Alliance…
APRIL 10, 2013 — While the threat posed by Somali piracy may have moderated, pirate activity in the Gulf of Guinea remains a growing problem. In a recent loss prevention bulletin, the UK P&I Club…
APRIL 10, 2013 — Concerns over corrosive wear risk in cross-head engines have led Castrol Marine to call into question a widely used onboard lube oil analysis technique. "Our view is that there are potential…
APRIL 10, 2013 — Rolls-Royce plc has signed a memorandum of understanding with Drydocks World Dubai to provide systems for liquid natural gas (LNG) fueled tugs for the Middle East market. The tugs will be…
APRIL 9, 2013 — Paris-headquartered offshore services giant Bourbon has signed an operating lease framework agreement for up to US$1.5 billion with ICBC Financial Leasing (China),  a unit of China's state-owned Industrial and Commercial Bank…
APRIL 9, 2013 — Classification society ABS, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) have collaborated to set up an ABS-MPA Maritime Technology Professorship (MTP)…
APRIL 9, 2013 — Even though ransoms paid to Somali pirates fell to an estimated $31.75 million in 2012 – an 80.1 percent decline on the $159.62 million paid the previous year — maritime piracy…
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