Comments Off on Interspill Conference & Exhibition 2018 in London / 2nd March 2018
By teaming up a DESMI Speed-Sweep boom and a suitable in-line skimmer (DESMI Ro-Skim or DESMI Octopus Inline Skimmer) in one product, Ro-Vane completely eliminates the need for a second clean-up vessel.
Comments Off on A breakthrough in single-vessel oil spill recovery / 21st April 2015
While other modes of transportation are quickly making their way to go green, naval transport is yet to introduce sustainability. That said, many projects around the world are being developed to make ships greener and help cut down on the carbon footprint they leave behind.
Without a thriving marine ecosystem, we face more dangers from climate change. Fortunately, there are efforts to keep the oceans clean. And as an environmentally conscious individual, you can also protect the health of the sea.
As the world looks back at the devastating effects of 2020, we prefer to look ahead, to the revitalized renewal of maritime commerce in a post-pandemic future. Many numbers come to mind.
Comments Off on The 0.5% Sulfur Ceiling And Other Numbers Ruling The Waves / 31st March 2021
An SMI Webinar in association with the Copenhagen Business School will look at the effects of the pandemic on the shipping industry and will examine methods of risk management. Speakers: Irene Rosberg – Program Director @Copenhagen Business School Capt Michael…
Comments Off on Future Risk Management SMI Webinar March 18 2021 / 24th February 2021
WIP enters into a long-term exclusive supply agreement with bp.
Comments Off on West Indies Petroleum Partners with BP to Make a Difference in the Region / 3rd February 2021
With forests being replaced by buildings and housing projects, carbon dioxide concentrations have also increased rapidly over the years. These have resulted to different incidents including a decrease in the ocean’s pH units.