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Study shows surprising resilience in marine vessel values in face of virus impacts, but possibility of big move soon

The COVID-19 pandemic has been the low-probability-high-impact novel risk that few people had seen coming and warned about it (mostly statisticians and epidemiologists) but the greater business...

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Fincantieri S p A : To Design The Project Of The US Navy Unmanned Fleet

Italy+USA

FINCANTIERI TO DESIGN THE PROJECT OF THE US NAVY UNMANNED FLEET The futuristic LUSV program for 100-meter long vessels to operate without crew Trieste,...

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SME lands world’s first floating tidal energy array deal

Canada

Sustainable Marine Energy (SME) will supply three next generation PLAT-I floating tidal energy systems, with a rated power output of 420kW each, to project entity Spicer Marine Energy.Spicer Marine...

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Dredging to begin at Britannia Beach

Canada

Work proceeding despite COVID-19, leaving fewer options for familiesWork is set to begin today at Britannia Breach on a dredging project that will keep it closed for the rest of the summer.Crews will...

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Vancouver Shipyards awarded CAD 2.4 billion Joint Support Ship contract

Canada

The Government of Canada has awarded a performance-based National Shipbuilding Strategy contract to Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards for the full construction of two joint support ships (JSS). Valued...

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Seaspan Shipyards adds Ontario yards into its bid to build Canada’s polar icebreaker

Canada

Canada’s Seaspan Shipyards (Vancouver Shipyards Co. Ltd.) has entered a teaming arrangement with Heddle Shipyards (Heddle Marine Service Inc.) to compete for the contract to build the Canadian Coast...

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Dredge & Marine Company Seeking Working Capital for Projects

A profitable 22-year-old Company in the Dredging and Marine business is seeking additional working capital of USD 25-30 million. The Company's main activities are in Disaster Control and Environment...

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Harbor–channel Dredging Underway

Dredging of the channel leading into Nantucket Harbor is now underway and will continue during daylight hours for the next four to five weeks, Nantucket director of emergency management Dave...

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IHC America Awarded Contract to Build a Water Injection Dredge by North Carolina State Ports Authority

United States

IHC America announces that it has been awarded the contract to build a Water Injection Dredge for the North Carolina State Ports Authority. The dredge will perform maintenance in the main seaports of...

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Offshore Oil Could Soon Be Powered By Wind

Longer blades, taller towers, more powerful turbines: wind energy seems to be past the peak of innovation now, improving incrementally rather than with breakthrough. And yet none other than an oil...

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Shelburne Ship Repair awarded $12.1-million contract for CCGS Edward Cornwallis retrofit

Canada

SHELBURNE, N.S. — Work is expected to start in April at Shelburne Ship Repair on a $12.1...

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DREDGING & MARINE INDUSTRY COMPANY FOR SALE

A profitable 20 year old company in the Dredging and Marine Industry is for sale as the owner is relocating. Company was Incorporated under the Companies Act of 1956, The Company is engaged in...

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Plans for beach restoration project in Weymouth takes shape

MA, United States

WEYMOUTH — A project to manage invasive vegetation and restore the coastal bank along two beaches in North Weymouth wouldn’t start until the fall of 2020 at the earliest.Residents who live...

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Port of Quebec signs deal for $775m terminal

Canada

A newly signed agreement paves the way for construction of a CA$775m container terminal at the Port of Québec in CanadaQuébec Port Authority (QPA) has signed a long-term commercial agreement with...

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Change coming to Kootenay Lake Ferry

Canada

During peak times of the year, the Kootenay Lake Ferry system struggles to keep up with the traffic flow, especially when the MV Opsrey is out of commission for maintenance during low water in the...