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Dredging Works Market In-Depth Analysis Report 2019| Van Oord ,Jan De Nul Group ,Boskalis

“Los Angeles, United State, November 4TH, 2019, – – The report comes out as an intelligent and thorough assessment tool as well as a great resource that will help you to secure a position of...

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Cuckmere Haven: Environment Agency responds to concerns as MP calls to dredge flooded river

United Kingdom

An MP is calling for the Environment Agency to dredge the River Cuckmere – or appoint someone who will – amid concerns of ‘devastating’ flooding. Polegate MP Maria Caulfield said she recently met...

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Heavy Lifting Contract For Floating Offshore Wind Farm Project

Norway

A Norwegian floating wind farm project has awarded an installation contract for inner array and export cables for its 11 turbine development.Seaway 7, Subsea 7’s Renewables and Heavy Lifting...

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Green Power For The World’s Largest Crane Vessels

Netherlands

Two huge marine construction vessels are set to significantly reduce their CO2 emissions thanks to planned shore power infrastructure.Heerema Marine Contractors will provide its crane vessels with...

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Govt. stops dredging and export of riverbed materials from Toorsa

Bhutan

After much controversy surrounding dredging and export of boulders from Phuentsholing, the government has decided to stop dredging of boulders and riverbed materials from Tooarsa river basin.The...

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Dredging project creates great interest while reshaping profile of beaches

Australia

The restoration of the beach at Ramsgate Baths is proving to be not only a civic engineering success but is also generating great interest for spectators. Many people enjoying a walk along the...

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Any reason for having to dredge of Lobster Beach?

Australia

“Dredging of Lobster Beach next” (Peninsula News, October 14.) – Several things concern me about this proposal, the first being any reason for having to dredge off Lobster Beach. One would think...

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Will LEO be shipping’s new green fuel?

A papermaking byproduct often burned in pulp mills as fuel could be shipping’s green new fuel. Called lignin, it’s an organic copolymer found in wood — and it’s what makes newsprint turn...

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Dutch inventors roll out river plastic clean-up barge

Netherlands

Dutch Founder and CEO of The Ocean Cleanup Boyan Slat, presents in Rotterdam the new barge system called 'The Interceptor' which will be used for the expansion of their river and ocean cleaning...

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Bourbon Tug Lost Battling Hurricane Lorenzo

Martinique, France

A rescue operation was launched recently after a Luxembourg-flagged anchor-handling tug was lost while battling hurricane Lorenzo off Martinique.The maritime world, and particularly the tug and...

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Capital Dredging Campaign Underway Between Dublin Port And Bay

Ireland

Dredger Freeway berthed last year in Dublin Port while alongside the North Wall Quay Extension. The dredger returned recently to carry out dredging duties as part of the ABR works. It is along this...

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China: Environmental authority to further enhance maritime ecology protection

China

China's environmental authority vowed on Tuesday to step up legislative efforts in environmental protection of the seas and announced policy achievements for this year.Quality of offshore water...

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Dhunot village cropland facing erosion due to Illegal sand mining

Bangladesh

Locals urged the administration to take immediate action against the sand mining, but any step is yet to be takenUnabated illegal dredging and sand extraction from the Bangali River in Bogra’s Dhunot...

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Mangaluru: Dredger 'Bhagawati Prem' stuck close to Suratkal beach shore

India

Mangaluru, Oct 29: A dredger owned by Mercator Ltd from Mumbai, which had anchored at New Mangalore Port with the purpose of undertaking dredging operations here had drowned a few months back.On...

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Bangladesh waterways shrinking because of Indian rivers

Bangladesh

Bangladesh's waterways have shrunk to one-fourth of its original 24,000kms and the neighbouring country blamed the downstream impact of 54 rivers including the Brahmaputra that flows down from...