November 10, 2010

Maersk revenues rebound

Maersk revenues rebound "We have moved from defense to the attacking zone," says Maersk Group CEO Nils S. Andersen.
Tide power innovator seeks shipyard Neptune Renewable Energy Ltd. is looking for a shipbuilder as a partner.
Bourbon offshore revenues up Jacques de Chateauvieux had some good news for Bourbon shareholders.
Boost for Maryland offshore wind Maryland has taken a significant step toward bringing offshore wind power generation to its coast.
Engine room fire disables Splendor The first of two tugs from Ensenada, Mexico, was reported to have reached the disabled cruise ship Carnival Splendor earlier today.
Fuel scammer sent to slammer A former Royal Caribbean fuel buyer with his own ideas on how to impose fuel surcharges has received a prison sentence for defrauding the cruise line of more than $600,000.
Wave power project moves forward Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: OPTT) has signed a new contract with Japan's Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding.
ABS fleet at new high The ABS-classed fleet has sailed past the 170 million gross tons mark. 
Yacht skipper rescued, not shot A South African yachtsman reportedly murdered by Somali pirates is not dead, but has been rescued by Eu Navfor.
Harris swoops on satcom biz Harris Corporation is paying $397.5 million for Schlumberger's satcom business and will combine it with CapRock Communications.

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