The History of China's Green Energy Revolution

By Gemini News 02-28-2020 08:38:00

Posted in: Government

[By Idun Haugan] Chinese authorities are investing heavily in green energy. The country has become a world leader in solar and...

The Mounting Competition for Ocean Resources

[By Aisling Irwin] Human demands on the ocean are growing more intense and more varied. Scientists say that could lead to unpre...

How Havila Launched NAVTOR's Explosive Growth

By NAVTOR 02-28-2020 01:18:00

Posted in: Maritime

Exactly eight years ago, electronic navigation specialist NAVTOR signed its first customer, launching the concept of "Pa...

USCG Launches Enforcement Action for ATB Tug Off Port Arthur

The Coast Guard is pursuing enforcement action against Bouchard Transportation Company after the shipping company failed to comply...

Optionally-Manned Systems and the Future Naval Force

[By James Goldrick] The Washington-based Center for Strategic and Budgetary Analysis recently released a thought-provoking asse...

Remediation Project on Great Barrier Reef Moves Forward

Following one of the world’s worst ship groundings, the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority is now entering the next ph...

Tug Captain's New Book Offers Tales from Five Decades on the Water

Captain Thomas Teague started as a deckhand in the early 1970s off the coast of Delaware and in the Gulf of Mexico. His new book i...

Exploration Cable with UL/CSA Approval

By SAB Bröckskes 02-24-2020 03:55:00

Posted in: Offshore

The SAB 755 Exploration is a highly flexible control and supply cable for use in extreme climatic conditions, among others in...

Ban on Heavy Fuel Oil in Arctic Shipping Moves Ahead

By Mia Bennett 02-23-2020 03:16:30

Posted in: Government

On the banks of the River Thames in London last week, a little-known group met to determine the future of Arctic shipping. In the...