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JKCPP

Fixed Platform

PLCPP

Fixed Platform

SAWQ

Fixed Platform

ERCPP

Fixed Platform

SPWB

Fixed Platform

PALQP

Fixed Platform | Flag: Kingdom of Thailand

MGWB

Fixed Platform | Port: (none)

MGWC

Fixed Platform

KPWJ

Fixed Platform

PMWK

Fixed Platform

PLLQ

Fixed Platform

TRWA

Fixed Platform

KPWH

Fixed Platform

YAWF

Fixed Platform

SPM 3

Single Point Mooring

JKWC

Fixed Platform | Flag: Kingdom of Thailand

ERLQ1

Fixed Platform

PMWN

Fixed Platform

PLWJ

Fixed Platform

SAWJ

Fixed Platform

PLWE

Fixed Platform

PACPP

Fixed Platform | Flag: Kingdom of Thailand

ERWR

Fixed Platform

ERWZD

Fixed Platform

ERPC

Fixed Platform

PSWB

Fixed Platform

ERLQ2

Fixed Platform

FUWE

Fixed Platform

FUWH

Fixed Platform

ERWD

Fixed Platform

FUWC

Fixed Platform

ERPB

Fixed Platform

KPWA

Fixed Platform

NPWO

Fixed Platform

ERCP

Fixed Platform

SGWD

Fixed Platform

ERPD

Fixed Platform

ERWE

Fixed Platform

ERWM

Fixed Platform

WPWB

Fixed Platform

SAWD

Fixed Platform

SAWP

Fixed Platform

PLLQ2

Fixed Platform | Port: (none)

ERWC

Fixed Platform

ERWA

Fixed Platform

ERAWAN 2

Ship Type Unit | Flag: Commonwealth of the Bahamas | Port: NASSAU

PMWG

Fixed Platform

SAWE

Fixed Platform

PDWC

Fixed Platform

MGWD

Fixed Platform

SACPP

Fixed Platform

YAWJ

Fixed Platform

ERMRP

Fixed Platform

PLCPP2

Fixed Platform

SBWA

Fixed Platform

FUWB

Fixed Platform

KPWI

Fixed Platform

SAWG

Fixed Platform

FUCPP

Fixed Platform

PKWB

Fixed Platform

NPWP

Fixed Platform

WPWA

Fixed Platform

ERAWAN SPM NO.2

Single Point Mooring

PLWI

Fixed Platform | Port: (none)

PLWL

Fixed Platform

FUWQ

Fixed Platform

BAWG

Fixed Platform

FULQ

Fixed Platform

ERAWAN

Ship Type Unit | Flag: Republic of Panama | Port: PANAMA

PLWK

Fixed Platform

PLOCPP

Fixed Platform

MGWE

Fixed Platform

STWA

Fixed Platform

NPCPP

Fixed Platform

SUWA

Fixed Platform

UNION ERAWAN SBS

Single Point Mooring | Flag: Republic of Singapore

PMWM

Fixed Platform

MGWA

Fixed Platform | Port: (none)

SALQ

Fixed Platform

PLOCPP2

Fixed Platform

ERWB

Fixed Platform

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US Releases New Images from Tanker Attacks

US Releases New Images from Tanker Attacks

7 hours ago
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BP Rig Zigzags in Chase with Greenpeace Ship

BP Rig Zigzags in Chase with Greenpeace Ship

10 hours ago
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Training Tips for Ships

Training Tips for Ships

10 hours ago
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MarAd Grants Fuel U.S. Shipyard Growth

MarAd Grants Fuel U.S. Shipyard Growth

10 hours ago
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration (MARAD) announced $19.6 million in grants to support capital improvements at 28 U.S. small shipyards as a part of its Small Shipyard Grant program. The grants enable small shipyards to modernize equipment and processes to fuel future growth.  “These grants help create jobs in America’s small shipyards, which play a significant role in our country’s maritime sector,” said U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao.In 2013, U.S. shipbuilders produced $37.3 billion in gross domestic product. Typically family-owned and employing less than 1,200 workers, small shipyards play a critical role in contributing to our nation’s economy.
Offshore Wind – A Brief History

Offshore Wind – A Brief History

2 days ago
Happy 80th birthday Maritime Reporter & Engineering News!  Eighty years is a significant publishing and business accomplishment!Birthdays always cause a look back.  An 80-year review starts in 1939, the close of one very challenging decade, the start of events still reverberating today.  History’s most important history is contained in the last 80 years.Energy dominated every one of those decades.  Consider energy use, say, starting after World War II, from 1950 to 1975.  There was power for everything, from seemingly endless sources of oil, gas and coal, and nuclear power was standing by.Next, recall energy from 1975 to 2000.  Not so happy.