2022 July 4


Vestas pioneers world’s first hydrogen-powered offshore service vessel

The CTV is powered by a dual-fuel solution, capable of being powered by hydrogen in a combination with marine gas oil


Plans on modernization of BAM and Transsib are outdated - Yury Trutnev

According to the Deputy Prime Minister, modernization of railways should be facilitated


MARIN to have new defense department with Pepijn de Jong as manager

New department created to properly coordinate defence activities MARIN-wide with Dutch, NATO and EU Defence partners


World's largest civilian hospital ship in port in Senegal

Stena RoRo has been responsible for the construction of the Global Mercy, the world's largest civilian hospital ship


Programme on development of diesel engines manufacture to cover domestic demand in full - Mikhail Mishustin

Russian shipyards are to undergo deep localization in manufacture of all types of ships


ClassNK releases latest “PrimeShip-PSC Intelligence” mobile application

The latest version of the mobile app enables users to use pinpoint PSC checklists based on actual deficiencies


Sovcomflot shareholders decide not to allocate payment of dividends

The decision was made at the Annual General Meeting of PAO Sovcomflot shareholders


TGS named successful bidder in the auction process for ION assets

TGS will acquire certain assets related to ION’s EPTS business


Vestas secures 266 MW order in the USA

The order consists of 59 V136-4.5 MW turbines


Saudi Global Ports awards contract for future-ready quay cranes to Shanghai ZPMC

SGP orders three new quay cranes


Berth in Ugolniye Kopi is 50% complete — Chukotka Governor

Marine Rescue Service is to complete the works in September 2022


Fire at Mongstad extinguished - Equinor

A controlled combustion has been conducted from the leakage point


ClassNK releases comprehensively revised structural rules

ClassNK is constantly revising its Rules and Guidance to reflect the latest results from relevant research and development projects


ASCO's ferry Professor Gul returns to operation after overhaul

Hull-welding, pipeline, electrical and automatic works were accomplished on the vessel


Petrofac and Hitachi Energy to collaborate in growing offshore wind market

The collaboration covers high-voltage direct current (HVDC), as well as high-voltage alternating current (HVAC) solutions


Fishery Shipowners Association President Aleksey Osintsev to speak at Ship Repair, Modernization and Components Conference

The event will be held by PortNews Media Group as part of SEAFOOD EXPO RUSSIA, 20 September 2022


Boskalis expands presence in the US with opening of new offshore renewables office in Providence, Rhode island

Boskalis has been present in the United States since the early 1980’s


Amur Shipyard lays down corvette Bystry of Project 20385

It is the third ship in the series being built by the shipyard for RF Navy


BPA's statistics review shows three-month port traffic was up 7.3% to 111.8 million tonnes

The BPA Statistical Dashboard is a monthly rundown of key statistics and indicators of port performance and the overall UK economy


Brisbane offers world-class facilities as it joins global cruise revival

The new Brisbane International Cruise Terminal has been designed to accommodate some of the largest cruise ships in the world


Eidesvik Offshore ASA appoints new CFO

The Company’s Finance Manager Lars Tufteland Engelsen will assume the role of interim CFO


TransContainer launched multimodal service between Russia and India via Novorossiysk and Suez Canal

The number of ship calls will be increased to two in future


MarineMax Naples names new Vice President

Jim joined MarineMax in 2008