Lack of Automation Rules a Major Challenge

Wasaline ferry

Wasaline's Managing Director speaks on the concept of the automated ship.

BP oil spill leads to call for green energy

US President Barack Obama has called for a “new future” of clean energy following a visit to the Gulf ...

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Kathleen Anne joins Feadship SL39 family

Feadship has delivered the second yacht in its groundbreaking SL39 modular concept. Kathleen Anne was christened at ...

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Blue Wedges to be sued following failed Melbourne legal ...

News – July 18, 2008 The Australian newspaper reports that Australia’s Environment Minister Peter ...

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Niger Delta group claims responsibility ship attacks

The most vocal militant group in Nigeria’s oil-producing south claimed responsibility on Thursday for an ...

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British man snatched in Nigeria

A British oil worker has been kidnapped by gunmen in Nigeria, the Foreign Office has confirmed. The man was ...

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Court fight ‘may ruin’ fish trade

Fishermen in Sussex say a court battle over the way they haul their boats out of the sea could bankrupt them. Arun ...

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Capsized ship to be towed inshore

Moves are being made to tow the Norwegian oil supply ship which capsized off Shetland to shore. Seven of the crew ...

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Bosphorus Strait Closed After Russian Ship Crash

The Bosphorus Strait was closed to vessel traffic as a Russian-flagged cargo ship crashed against a construction ...

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Petron to charter double-hull, double-bottom fuel cargo ...

Petron officials announced in a news forum that it has chartered a double-hull, double bottom ship for its oil ...

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DMHI: the Shipbuilding Hub of Europe

Daewoo-Mangalia Heavy Industries has successfully constructed and delivered 3 Oil Tankers, the biggest vessels ...

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