Harvey: Oil & gas industry starts to assess the hit; Skagit County eyes all-electric ferry

Harvey: Oil & gas industry starts to assess the hit
Harvey: Oil & gas industry starts to assess the hit
August 29, 2017 — Analysts are attempting to predict the longer term impact as Tropical Storm Harvey continues its rampage through America’s oil and gas industry heartland taking a toll on production, processing and distribution facilities including ports.


Skagit County eyes all-electric ferry
Skagit County, WA, has selected Seattle based naval architecture and marine engineering consultancy Glosten to design a vehicle/passenger ferry to replace the historic M/V Guemes.
Online reporting platform will combat maritime crime

The digital revolution has significantly modified the maritime market’s way of working. While huge efficiencies and cost savings have been gained, new threats have emerged and are dramatically growing.

Framo wins another FSRU pump system contract

Framo AS has won a contract to deliver pump systems (sea water lift pumps) for a potential Floating Storage Regasification Unit (FSRU) for the shipowner GasLog at Samsung Heavy Industries.

Nigerian offshore fields get third Guardian security vessel

The vessels have accommodations for up to 16 individuals and feature an armored wheelhouse and internal safe haven.

VIDEO: Uljanik launches powerful cutter suction dredge

With a cutter power of 8,500 kW the vessel will be able to dredge compact sand, clay and rocks up to 45 m deep.