Major Focus on Oil Recovery From Wrecked Vessels since they can pose an environmental threat as they often carry large quantities of oil or other chemicals.
Monthly Archives : November 2014
An international maritime security company is stepping up its services to combat piracy and maritime crime.
IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee , which meets in London from 17 to 21 November 2014, is expected to adopt the Polar Code and related amendments to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) to make it mandatory.
On Sunday, November 9, 2014 several shark species were finally granted protection under the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS), administered by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
A campaign launched by ReThink Marketing seeks to demonstrate the aftermath of an oil slick.
Parker Kittiwake has doubled its manufacturing capacity for procal emissions analyser ahead of the 2015 ECA deadline.
Alfa Laval PureSOx systems will soon be installed by Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction aboard two LPG carriers for Belgian owner/operator EXMAR.
How the EU Sulphur Directive for Marine Fuels offers an opportunity for innovation in fuel saving technologies
Seven Indian seafarers held hostage by Somalian pirates for more than four years have been released.
A anti-piracy initiative has taken shape in Djibouti. Companies in the shipping sector to eliminate the foundations of piracy in the Horn of Africa.
The world’s top scientists have established and agreed that the warming is “unequivocal”, the impacts of climate change have already been felt.
An estimated 80,000 to 620,000 barrels of oil still coating the bottom of the Gulf after the massive oil spill 4 years ago.