Kawasaki Heavy cancels Island Offshore order
To be built to MOU (Mobile Offshore Unit) regulations, the vessel was intended for subsea operations, such as tophole drilling, light well intervention, subsea construction and inspection, maintenance and repair work. and was due for delivery in 2017.
VIDEO: U.K.’s largest ever warship starts sea trials
The U.K’s future flagship will spend around six weeks at sea to test the fundamentals of the ship.
Huntington Ingalls appoints Chief Information Systems Officer
America’s largest military shipbuilding company is beefing up its cyber security with the appointment of Ron A. Davis as Chief Information Systems Officer (CISO).
Powerful new Schottel Rudderpropeller can be installed afloat
Available in a power range up to 5.5 MW, the underwater mountable SRP 800 U Rudderpropeller is an ideal choice for cable laying vessels, offshore construction vessels and crane ships.
IRClass and Indian Coast Coast Guard ink MOU
Under the MOU, the Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) is to capture and maintain refit and fatigue analysis data in regards to Indian Coast Guard Ships.
Continental Maritime awarded $37.7 million CG65 contract
The SSRA will provide depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications that will update and improve the ship’s military and technical capabilities.
Bouchard appoints VP Regulatory Compliance and Inspections
As Bouchard’s VP of Regulatory Compliance and Inspections, Shawn Garry will be an instrumental part of ensuring that Bouchard meets SubChapter M requirements, while also guaranteeing that the highest level of regulatory compliance is achieved.