Glosten to design new California coastal hybrid-hydrogen research vessel UC San Diego's Scripps Institution of Oceanography today announced that naval architecture and marine engineering company Glosten has been selected as the naval architect for the university's new California coastal research vessel
Navy conducts unmanned logistics prototype trials with pre-delivery EPF Even before it is formally delivered to the Navy, the future USNS Apalachicola (EPF 13) is performing a series of planned test events assessing autonomous capabilities integrated into the shipboard configuration, demonstrating
Lake Victoria ferry gets new Schottel propulsion system With an area of over 23,000 square miles, Lake Victoria is the largest lake in Africa-and a vital resource for the 30 million people who live on its shores. Every day, almost
New Callan Marine dredge marks construction milestone Galveston, Texas, headquartered Callan Marine recently launched the hull and set the house on the 32-inch cutter suction dredge (CSD) General Arnold. Under construction at the C&C Marine & Repair shipyard in
Tour the Sea Change ferry at Marine Log's FERRIES 2022 SWITCH Maritime's landmark Sea Change hydrogen-powered ferry project got a lot of attention at Marine Log's FERRIES 2021 held last November along the New York Harbor. This year, the conference heads to
Crowley names Jors chief naval architect Crowley has appointed Charles (Charlie) Jors as chief naval architect for the company's engineering services. He will lead Crowley's vessel design and marine engineering teams. With nearly 20 years of naval architecture
GLDD reports a red ink quarter Shares in Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation (Nasdaq: GLDD) were down some 19% this morning as the largest provider of dredging services in the U.S. reported a net loss of $4.0
Billions in port grants rolled into Democrats' inflation bill The Democrats' inflation bill pares down 'Build Back Better' but includes $3 billion to help ports and terminals cut pollution.
Port of New York and New Jersey sets container fee, mandatory export levels The Port of New York and New Jersey has announced a container fee on long-dwelling import or export containers, aiming to reduce an excess of...
Tanker switching surges for Russian oil as Moscow turns to 'gray market' playbook It remains unclear, however, how much Russia can rely on gray market shipments to circumvent sanctions going forward, particularly as the EU's import bans combined with restrictions on shipping insurance, financing, and services, threaten to disrupt more supply volumes.
China issues sectoral guidelines for industrial carbon peaking by 2030 The plan also required the government to make better use of market forces to accelerate decarbonization.
Ocean Network Express sees uncertainty ahead for container shipping Liftings of ONE fell to 2.94 million TEU for the three months from the year-ago level of 3.10 million TEU, affected by renewed COVID-related lockdowns in China and canceled bookings from Russia.
REFINERY NEWS ROUNDUP: Runs, output mostly higher in Asia-Pacific India's No. 2 state refiner, Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd registered a 100% run rate in June compared with 85% a year ago and 116% in May.
Good demand for crude from Russian refineries in August: sources Oil product demand inside Russia has been supported by domestic tourism as well as the start of harvest works. Hence, some refineries were looking for extra crude volumes, sources said.
Prolonged supply chain disruptions support container freight rates: Maersk Looking forward, industry participants said weakening macroeconomic conditions could hurt trade volumes even as port throughput in China is recovering.
Available LSFO storage for lease in Zhoushan in August shrinks 13% on month The bunker supplier added that more buyers would opt to refuel LSFO at Zhoushan due to deeper discounts against delivered prices at the world largest bunker hub of Singapore.
Singapore MPA, Port of Rotterdam to form world longest Green and Digital Corridor' Singapore and Rotterdam are among the world largest bunkering ports, making them vital links on the Asian-European shipping lanes.
REFINERY NEWS: India's BPCL Mumbai runs at capacity after shutdown For April-June it ran at 115%, compared with 114.5% in the same period a year ago.
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