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HERCULES 257

Self Elevating Unit | Flag: Republic of Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

HERCULES 261

Self Elevating Unit | Flag: Republic of Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

HERCULES 262

Self Elevating Unit | Flag: Republic of Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

HERCULES 265

Self Elevating Unit | Flag: United States of America | Port: HOUSTON, TX

NOBLE TOM JOBE

Self Elevating Unit | Flag: Republic of Liberia | Port: MONROVIA

SEAHAWK 2500

Self Elevating Unit | Flag: United States of America | Port: HOUSTON, TX

Maritime News

Fire Breaks Out on US Navy Ship in San Diego

Fire Breaks Out on US Navy Ship in San Diego

6 hours ago
U.S. Navy ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) caught fire on Sunday morning while it was moored pier side at Naval Base San Diego.According to the U.S. Navy, 21 people were being treated for light injuries on Sunday.The Navy said in a statement: "Today, we suffered a terrible tragedy aboard USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) when a fire broke out aboard the ship while in port San Diego. At this point, 17 Sailors and four civilians are being treated for non-life-threatening injuries at a local hospital."The remainder of the crew is accounted for.  We are grateful for the quick and immediate response of local, base, and shipboard firefighters aboard USS Bonhomme Richard.
COSCO Teams up with Alibaba on Shipping Blockchain

COSCO Teams up with Alibaba on Shipping Blockchain

an hour ago
COSCO SHIPPING has signed a cooperation agreement with e-commerce company Alibaba and its FinTech affiliate Ant Financial to digitalize the shipping supply chain.The Chinese firms will research and promote the deployment of shipping blockchain in China, working to facilitate the connection of shipping, ports, logistics and finance based on the technology, and to realize data connectivity through cross chain cooperation to build a platform for systematic cooperation between the upstream and downstream industrial chains.
ABB Power System for World’s Largest Diamond Recovery Vessel

ABB Power System for World’s Largest Diamond Recovery Vessel

5 hours ago
The world's largest, and first custom-built, diamond recovery vessel, to be owned by Debmarine Namibia, will feature an advanced power system by the Swiss company ABB.The vessel is being built by Damen at Damen Shipyards Mangalia on the Black Sea in Romania. The newbuild will be delivered to Debmarine Namibia, a joint venture between the Government of the Republic of Namibia and De Beers Group in 2022. De Beers Group is the world's leading diamond company.Namibia has the richest known marine diamond deposits in the world, with Debmarine Namibia extracting some of the highest quality diamonds available anywhere from water of between 90-150 meters deep off the southwest coast of the country.
Malen-Habib Named President of the American Salvage Association

Malen-Habib Named President of the American Salvage Association

16 minutes ago
Resolve’s Lindsay Malen-Habib takes the helm to become the American Salvage Association's first woman presidentLindsay Malen–Habib has been named president of the American Salvage Association (ASA) effective immediately, the trade group's executive committee announced Monday. She becomes the first woman to assume the role.Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Malen-Habib is currently Resolve Marine Group’s manager of client services, and she has been an active ASA member for more than 10 years, having most recently served as ASA secretary-treasurer and vice president.
Libya's NOC Reinstates Force Majeure on Oil Exports. Blames UAE for Blockade

Libya's NOC Reinstates Force Majeure on Oil Exports. Blames UAE for Blockade

3 hours ago
Libya's National Oil Corp (NOC) on Sunday accused the United Arab Emirates of instructing eastern forces in Libya's civil war to reimpose a blockade of oil exports after the departure of a first tanker in six months.The UAE, along with Russia and Egypt, supports the eastern-based Libyan National Army (LNA) of Khalifa Haftar, which on Saturday said the blockade would continue despite it having let a tanker load with oil from storage."NOC has been informed that the instructions to shut down production were given to (the LNA) by the United Arab Emirates," it said in a statement, resuming force majeure on all oil exports.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (June 2020)
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