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Supergen ORE Hub director joins Royal Academy of Engineering Fellowship

United Kingdom

One of the UK’s leading offshore renewable energy academics has been admitted to the Fellowship of the Royal Academy of Engineering.Professor Deborah Greaves OBE has been working in the sector for...

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Barrus Grows Its Marine Equipment Division

United Kingdom

Three new appointments have been announced within Barrus’s marine equipment division to support its growth in this area.Jason Slingo takes up the role of business development manager. Agnieszka...

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Dredging Giant Is Strong Despite Pandemic

Netherlands

Dutch dredging and offshore contractor Royal Boskalis Westminster has reported a strong operational first half of 2020 despite the impact of Covid 19.The company posted revenue of €1.3 billion, with...

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Damen and TCS received CIO Magazine Innovation Award 2020

Netherlands

A platform for collaboration and the stimulation of maritime sustainabilityDamen Shipyards Group and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) have received the CIO Magazine Innovation Award 2020 from ICT...

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Boudewijn Siemons appointed as new Port Authority COO

Netherlands

Boudewijn Siemons (56) has been appointed as the new Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Port of Rotterdam Authority as of 1 October 2020. As such, Siemons will also be joining the Port Authority’s...

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Germans and Scots set up offshore wind and green hydrogen co-op

Germany

German wind industry association WAB e.V. has signed a three-year cooperation agreement with Scottish partner DeepWind to collaborate for the expansion of offshore wind and the development of a...

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INEOS buys Norther offshore wind power

Belgium

INEOS has signed an agreement with Engie to buy 84 MW of energy produced by the Norther offshore wind farm in Belgium.The 84 MW will initially be used by existing INEOS production sites and later by...

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31 firms shortlisted for Ocean Startup Challenge prizes

Canada

Canada’s Ocean Startup Challenge has shortlisted 31 companies to compete for 10 prizes of $25,000 and in-kind support from partners.“Applicants accepted our challenge by proposing creative...

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Ocean Installer UK gets new managing director

United Kingdom

Subsea contractor Ocean Installer UK has appointed Robert (Bob) Gillespie as the new managing director. Specifically, Gillespie will lead the company’s UK office based in Aberdeen.The company said it...

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Global Marine Group sets up new division – OceanIQ

United Kingdom

Subsea cable installation and maintenance player Global Marine Group has launched OceanIQ, the fourth business unit in its engineering portfolio.OceanIQ delivers subsea cable data, survey, route...

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Schottel to open new service center in Russia

Russia, Russian Federation

Propulsion specialist Schottel, Spay, Germany, reports that its board has approved the acquisition of a 3,000-square-meter site in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It will be used to build a new service...

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OSM to acquire SeaTeam from Frontline, Golden Ocean

Norway

Norwegian maritime services provider OSM Maritime (OSM) revealed that it is in final negotiations to acquire SeaTeam Management from shipping companies Frontline and Golden Ocean Group Limited after...

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French Tidal Turbine Developer Joins Key Network

France

French tidal energy developer HydroQuest is joining the Ocean Energy Europe Board of Directors as a Lead Partner.HydroQuest will be represented by Guillaume Gréau, Head of Business Development, who...

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Inpex, Chevron to cut Australian LNG jobs

Australia

Japanese oil and gas major Inpex is set to cut the workforce numbers at its Ichthys liquefied natural gas project in Australia. Likewise, the U.S. major Chevron is set to reduce the workforce at its...

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Australia bans another ship for failing to pay crew

Australia

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) yesterday banned the Panama-flagged bulk carrier AC Sesoda for deliberately underpaying its crew by more than AUD $118,000 (about US$86100), which the...