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Latest news on the Russian-Ukrainian war...

ODESSA, Ukraine — Ukrainian forces conducted counteroffensives against Russian positions on Wednesday, seeking to inflict what one official called “maximum casualties,” even as the Russian military invasion intensified its deadly attacks on cities. . In Mariupol, an airstrike destroyed a theater where around 1,000 people had taken refuge, according to city and regional administrators, and […]

US offshore wind farms could interfere w...

File image courtesy of Hans Hillewaert / CC BY SA 4.0 Posted on March 13, 2022 1:08 PM by The Maritime Executive The Biden administration is pursuing ambitious renewable energy goals, including a goal of 30 gigawatts of offshore wind power capacity by 2030. […]

Glencore reviews its stakes in two Russi...

Glencore Plc, the world’s largest commodities trader, has followed some of the world’s biggest companies in overhauling its trading relationship with Russia as the fallout from Ukraine’s invasion intensifies in markets world raw materials. While Glencore has not abandoned its investments, the company said it is reviewing its stakes in two of Russia’s biggest companies […]

UMaine Advanced Structures and Composite...

Click on HERE for a high resolution photo Orono, Maine — The University of Maine Advanced Structures and Composites Center has taken a revolutionary step in composite manufacturing with the production of two prototype 3D-printed logistics vessels for the US Department of Defense. Marine Corps Systems Command’s Advanced Manufacturing Operations Cell (AMOC), in conjunction with […]

Ukraine mulls asking Turkey to close Bos...

Ropucha-class landing craft during an exercise (Russian Navy file image) Posted on February 23, 2022 at 9:22 p.m. by The Maritime Executive As the prospect of a full-scale Russian invasion draws closer, the Ukrainian government plans to ask Turkey to exercise its right to close […]

Inside Furuno’s “Bridge of the Future”

With autonomous navigation and remote electronic management, Furuno is committed to a digital transformation process to help revolutionize the maritime industry. Matt Wood, National Sales Manager, Furuno USA dives deeper. In 1938, Kiyotaka Furuno founded Furuno Electric Shokai Ltd., the predecessor of Furuno Electric Company. Today, Furuno is best known as a radar and navigation […]

Venture Global ready to load first commi...

On Thursday, Venture Global LNG Inc. applied to FERC for permission to load the first export shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its Calcasieu Pass terminal in Louisiana as early as Feb. 9. The company filed its application a day after disclosing in a status report submitted to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that […]

On board an oil tanker in Turkey’s dange

Jhe Bosphorus looked calm as the Gas Grouper, a 570ft long tanker, glided through the strait. But as he watched from the navigation bridge, Ismail Akpinar, a Turkish ship pilot, saw only dangers ahead: the chaos of the currents, the hairpin bend and the dozens of ferries, fishing boats and pleasure yachts obstructing travel to […]

The United States has spent $ 1.1 billio...

The US Department of Energy has spent $ 1.1 billion on 11 carbon capture projects in coal-fired power plants and industrial facilities since 2009, most of which have turned out to be failures and have never been built, the United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) said in a statement. recent report. The Department of Energy […]

Biggest Oil Buyers Raise Net Zero Target...

The container transport giant AP Moller-Maersk, a major consumer of petroleum products, promised Wednesday to achieve zero net greenhouse gas emissions across its operations by 2040, a decade earlier than the previous 2050 target. The more ambitious goal is to align Maersk with a 1.5 degree Celsius trajectory and the net zero criteria of the […]

The US Special Operations Command’s firs

The United States Special Operations Command has earned a reputation as a very flexible and efficient force. But SOCOM was only a few months old when it was first mobilized. From 1987 to 1989, US special operators deployed to the Persian Gulf for Operation Prime Chance. Loading Something is loading. Special operations forces have become […]

Newly published research examines Mimbra...

Over the past century, southwest archaeologists have debated what happened to the Mimbres people of southwestern New Mexico after AD 1150, a group known for their vibrant pottery with its distinctive geometric and animal patterns. Thatcher Seltzer-Rogers Beginning in the 1970s, several archaeologists, especially after extensive excavations at Casas Grandes in Chihuahua, Mexico, argued that […]

Triexplorer is a pocket-sized dream tri-...

Now that we’ve established that better doesn’t necessarily mean bigger, meet Triexplorer. As the name suggests, Triexplorer is an explorer trimaran with superyacht characteristics, a pocket-sized vessel with large-scale capabilities and exceptional equipment. Even for the hypothetical homeowner with the cash to spend, this is an extremely attractive all-in-one proposition. True to the adage of […]

The US fishing industry is joining force...

Members of the U.S. commercial fishing industry are teaming up with an oil industry-backed lobby group to tackle the development of offshore wind power on the east coast, documents reviewed by Reuters and interviews show with people involved. The unusual alliance reflects the scale of opposition President Joe Biden faces as his administration strives to […]

The ancient Greek ships of the Trireme e...

A ‘fleet’ of Greek triremes is illustrated in a multiple image of the reconstructed ship ‘Olympias’, a faithful recreation of the ancient Greek trireme that enabled Athens to become a great power. Credit: EDSITEment-reconstructed / Perseus / Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; Project./Public Domain Few things on this earth are as beautiful as a wooden boat […]

Pressure Vessel Composite Materials Mark...

Pressure Vessel Composite Materials Market Expected to Grow at a CAGR of 21.4% to Reach US $ 3,539.95 Million from 2020 to 2027 NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, December 6, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – According to the latest market research on “Composite Materials for Pressure Vessel Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis – […]

The Day – Coast Guard Academy seeks larg

New London – As the new Center of Maritime Excellence is being built along the riverfront of the US Coast Guard Academy campus, the Academy’s Alumni Association is on the lookout for works by large-scale art for the interior of the building. The association is soliciting submissions from muralists and artists interested in creating art […]

Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard Launches Project ...

The ship will join RF Navy’s Pacific Fleet in 2022 Photo by IAA PortNews St. Petersburg, Russia-based Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard (a United Shipbuilding Corporation company) launched Project 12700 minesweeper Anatoly Shlemov today, November 26, 2021, a reporter from IAA PortNews. “The ship will join the RF Navy’s Pacific Fleet in 2022 once all equipment work and […]

Global Energy Ventures Technology Provid...

A recent report from Roland Berger notes that large-scale shipping solutions such as Compressed Hydrogen Shipping technology from Global Energy Ventures are critical to ensuring the success of the global green hydrogen economy. As 2021 draws to a close, Global Energy Ventures (ASX: GEV) has positioned itself at the forefront of the burgeoning green hydrogen […]

Yenisei River Shipping Company Meets 115...

The Yenisei River Shipping Company (YRSC, the main shareholder is Norilsk Nickel Company) during the current year navigation carried 2.8 million tons of cargo, which is 115% of the annual plan, reported the company Tuesday. Sailing in the Krasnoyarsk region continues from May to autumn. The river route is used to bring consignments to the […]

Kotug offers a series of pusher tugs wit...

Written by Nick blenkey Modular and scalable E-Pusher from Kotug Under a newly signed MoU with Vancouver, British Columbia-based Swift Clean Energy, Rotterdam-based marine and towing services specialist Kotug International BV will offer replaceable batteries in option on its E-Pusher series of ships. Change is new PwrSwäp Clean Energy Service makes exchangeable batteries available on […]

Olympic torches are luminous objects loa...

The Olympic torch relay represents an emblematic start to the games. Former Olympians and members of the public carry the Athens Olympic flame until the Opening Ceremony, marking the official start of the games. Starting with the 1936 Berlin Summer Games and the 1952 Oslo Winter Games, each iteration featured a new torch design that […]

Second Chinese spy ship approaches Austr...

Beijing has sent a second high-tech surveillance vessel to Queensland as large-scale military exercises involving Australian and US forces intensify. Key points: The Haiwangxing was followed on approach to Australia through the Solomon Sea near PNG Military official says he’s been “on our radar for some time” It is a sister ship to another ship […]

Theaster Gates opens his first solo exhi...

Creative polymath Theaster Gates opens his first solo exhibition in New York Theaster Gates merges facets of art history with cultural recovery in his new exhibition, “Black Vessel” at Gagosian New York As widely recognized as the creative polymath Theaster Gates is, his latest exhibition in Gagosian New York, meaningfully titled “Black Vessel,” is still […]