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Penghu coast guard chases off illegal Chinese sand dredgers

Taiwan

Penghu, April 17 (CNA) More than 40 Chinese vessels were chased from Taiwan's territorial waters Friday after they were found illegally dredging sea sand, the Penghu coast guard said.The Chinese...

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Dredging Market Key Trends in Terms of Volume and Value 2019 to 2029

As per the recent research report published by Fact.MR, the global Dredging market is on course to achieve a highly eye-catching growth. The research report predicts the market is expected to expand...

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COVID-19: Potential Impact On Dredging Market – Application Analysis By 2026

Analysis of the Global Dredging MarketA recent market research report on the Dredging market published by Fact.MR is an in-depth assessment of the current landscape of the market. Further, the...

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Warning about amount of toxic sludge to be dug up for harbour tunnel

Australia

The state's transport agency has been warned that the amount of highly contaminated sludge dredged from Sydney Harbour for a multibillion-dollar road tunnel and barged to White Bay in the city's...

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How Dredging Market Size Businesses Can Prepare For The Impact Of COVID-19?

Fact.MR has adopted multi-disciplinary approach to shed light on the evolution of the global Dredging market during the historical period of 2014 – 2019. The study presents a deep-dive assessment of...

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Early contract termination for Transocean’s drillship

Switzerland

Offshore drilling contractor Transocean has received a contract termination for a drillship operating in Egypt. In its fleet status report on Thursday, Transocean said that the customer had...

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DeepOcean arrives for Troll phase 3 umbilicals

Norway

DeepOcean’s 150-metre-long offshore construction vessel Edda Freya has arrived at Nexans Norway’s factory in Halden to load umbilical for Equinor’s Troll Phase 3 project.The Norwegian offshore...

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Shell and Aker BP cancel Maersk Drilling’s rig contracts

Denmark

Danish offshore drilling contractor Maersk Drilling has received notices of early termination for convenience of two drilling rig contracts. The first one was from Shell, terminating the contract...

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Grand Haven to spend $200K to remove old wells revealed by beach erosion

MI, United States

Four century-old shoreline wells revealed by Lake Michigan erosion will be removed from the beach at Grand Haven State Park this summer.The Grand Haven City Council accepted a $224,000 bid Monday...

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Canada’s Pieridae delays Goldboro LNG project

Canada

Canada’s Pieridae Energy said on Thursday it postponed a final investment decision to build the Goldboro LNG export plant in Nova Scotia due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.The liquefied...

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Northwester 2 completes turbine installation of first 9.5MW platform

Belgium

The 219 MW Northwester 2 project in Belgium has now seen all 23 turbines fully installed. In a joint operation with MHI Vestas and Jan De Nul Group, Parkwind completed the final installation of...

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Dredging work done at Timaru's port over several days

New Zealand

Scheduled dredging work has been done at Timaru's port over several days. The dredger, known as the Albatross, was stationed in Timaru where it had been keeping the main channel into the port at...

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Kwara Begins Dredging Of Asa River

Nigeria

As the rainy season approaches, the Kwara State government has commenced the dredging of Asa River in Ilorin, the state capital, to stave off the annual flood disaster in the metropolis. LEADERSHIP...

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Recent Research on Harbour Dredging Market for 2020-2025

Global "Harbour Dredging" Market report gives a deep analysis of the company profiles to give you a complete picture of current and future competitive landscape of the global market. The Harbour...

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How the Dutch are building coastal protection for less

Netherlands

TER HEIJDE, The Netherlands — With a surfboard strapped to his feet and the reins of a giant kite in his hands, Daan Vijverberg skims over whitecaps on the Netherlands’ windy south coast....