Report highlights deepwater advance in Gulf of Mexico
With approximately 82 percent of the Gulf of Mexico’s oil production and 54 percent of the natural gas coming from wells drilled in 1,000 feet (305 meters) of water or greater, advancement into deepwa...
Lessons learned on fatigue, voyage planning, communication
The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board has released its annual compendium of marine accidents and the lessons learned from them.
World’s most dangerous cruise? 1,070-passenger ship to enter Northwest Passage
The Crystal Serenity will be the largest luxury cruise ship to ever navigate the Northwest Passage, maneuvering through 900 miles of majestic waterways lined with spectacular glaciers, towering fjords...
Offshore wind bar raised again as UK approves 1.8GW Hornsea 2
The UK government has given the go-ahead for Dong Energy to develop the 1.8GW Hornsea 2 project off eastern England, currently the largest offshore wind farm planned globally.
DP World wants to put containers on land at the speed of sound
Dubai ports operator DP World has launched a study to explore the possibility of using high-speed transport technology hyperloop to move containers from its home Jebel Ali Port to an inland storage de...
Supercomputer to help predict dangerous river flooding
The NOAA’s Office of Water Prediction has developed a new computer model that will let forecasters target potentially life and property threatening downpours street by street, giving people more time ...
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