Lockheed Martin won’t compete to build FFG(X); Jury acquits master of all charges in illegal discharge case

May 30th
May 30, 2019 — Rather than pushing forward with a frigate design based on its Freedom variant LCS, the company will focus on developing the frigate’s combat and other systems.

Jury acquits master of all charges in illegal discharge case

After spending more than 19 months detained in Lake Charles, La., the Russian master of a ship involved in an illegal discharge case is free. The Russian Master is able to return to Russia following his complete acquittal by a jury on May 23, 2019.

ABB launches OnBoard Microgrid

The newly launched compact size DC-based power distribution system will offer hybrid power efficiencies to smaller vessels.
ICS updates MLC Guidelines

Covering all amendments made to the Maritime Labor Convention (MLC) since it entered into force in 2013, the publication contains practical advice, information and key lessons learned by industry bodies.
Jan De Nul orders giant jack-up

As Offshore wind turbines continue to get larger, Belgium -based Jan de nul Group has responded by ordering its third, and largest, offshore jack-up installation vessel. 
Med Marine delivers first RAstar 3000-W class tug

The Vittoriosa will soon commence operations for Tug Malta at Malta’s Delimara LNG terminal.