Hess Allocates 41% of Budget for Offshore Guyana Developments

Arunima Kumar January 25, 2021 Illustration; An FPSO designed for Guyana operations – File Image: ExxonMobil Oil and gas producer Hess Corp on Monday forecast a small drop in output and set a $1.9 billion budget for 2021, most of … Read More

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Havyard Developing Emissions-free, Hydrogen-powered Vessel

Havyard said Monday it has been contracted to develop a new emissions-free ship concept for transporting cargo between European ports. The contracting partner, an unnamed European company, was first introduced to Havyard by Invest in Norway, who has been working … Read More

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Welsh national marine energy test centre secures marine license

Marine Energy Test Area (META), Wales’ national marine test centre, has obtained the marine license for the second phase of the project from Natural Resources Wales (NRW). Milford Haven Waterway (Courtesy of Marine Energy Wales) This marks a significant step … Read More

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Guyana Says Venezuela Detained Two Fishing Vessels In Its Waters

Guyana said late on Saturday that a Venezuelan navy vessel detained two vessels that were fishing in Guyana’s exclusive economic zone, the latest dispute in a long-running border conflict between the two South American nations. Caracas says much of eastern … Read More

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China Says US Military in South China Sea Not Good for Peace

The United States often sends ships and aircraft into the South China Sea to “flex its muscles” and this is not good for peace, China’s Foreign Ministry said on Monday, after a U.S. aircraft carrier group sailed into the disputed … Read More

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ABS, partners launch study on potential of ammonia as marine fuel in Singapore

Americal classification society ABS, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, and the Ammonia Safety and Training Institute (ASTI) have joined forces on a study of the potential of ammonia as a marine fuel for Singapore. Titled Ammonia as a Marine Fuel in … Read More

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Former Wood boss MacDonald joins EC-OG as chairman

Aberdeen-based subsea energy storage and energy generation specialist EC-OG has appointed Bob MacDonald as Chairman. MacDonald was previously chief executive officer of the Specialist Technology Solutions (STS) business for Wood. MacDonald has nearly thirty years experience covering multiple sectors across … Read More

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Maersk Sells Tanker Equipped with Rotor Sails

Maersk Pelican, the world’s first product tanker testing the use of wind propulsion technology, has been sold and delivered to its new owner, Maersk Tankers confirmed without revealing the name of the ship’s new owner. Norsepower rotor sails were installed … Read More

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ICCB Orders Landing Craft for Offshore Energy Projects

Dublin-based Irish Commercial Charter Boats (ICCB) has ordered a bespoke 12-meter landing craft to support a wave of offshore energy projects on the horizon. The Chartwell Marine-designed vessel will be built at the Arklow Marine shipyard starting this month for … Read More

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Metal Shark Developing Autonomous Vessel for US Marine Corps

Autonomous vessels are quickly gaining acceptance across the maritime sector, but especially in government and military applications where the technological and safety advantages are most pronounced. On Monday, Louisiana-based shipbuilder Metal Shark said it has been selected by the U.S. … Read More

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