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  • Two rescued in dramatic tug capsize

    The UK’s Cowes, Lymington and Calshot RNLI lifeboats were involved in a major rescue in Southampton Water yesterday when a tug suddenly capsized, resulting in a dramatic rescue of the two crew aboard. 31 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Prevent pollution through salvage

    International Salvage Union (ISU) members provided more than 200 services and made a major contribution to environmental protection in 2014, according to its latest pollution survey. 30 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • New antifouling from Hempel

    Hempel is adding to its portfolio of antifouling products for dry dockings and new buildings with two new products said to deliver fuel savings of up to 3% and provide added flexibility to shipowners and yards. 30 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Kongsberg delivers for world’s largest workboat

    Kongsberg Maritime has delivered an integrated dynamic positioning and manoeuvring system for Allseas’ ‘Pioneering Spirit’, said to be the world’s largest construction vessel. 27 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • ABPmer advises on shingle spit

    On the UK’s south coast, the working group for Pagham Parish Council, Pagham Flood Defence Steering Group (PFDSG), has engaged with ABPmer to identify the best solution for managing the large shingle spit fronting Pagham Harbour in West Sussex. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • KGAL flood contract

    UK-based engineering consultancy KGAL has just announced that it is to help design the first phase of the Environment Agency’s Thames Estuary tidal flood defence programme. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Powering the Fehmarnbelt

    The 18 km long Fehmarnbelt tunnel about to be built between Germany and Denmark with its electrified rail operation and a fully lit road tunnel will require the security of an uninterrupted power supply. As a consequence, the world’s longest road and rail tunnel will have its own, major substation at Rødbyhavn. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Foynes-Limerick road scheme begins

    In Ireland, Limerick City and County Council has commenced the planning and design of a proposed new road linking the Port of Foynes in West Limerick with the M7/N18 at Limerick City. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Fast Flow Facility

    UK civil engineering company HR Wallingford has opened what it claims to be one of the world’s most sophisticated marine modelling facilities in operation; the UK Ship Simulation Centre and the Fast Flow Facility at Howbery Business Park in Oxfordshire. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • 5 year contract

    US headquartered X-Subsea has secured a significant excavation contract to assist a civil engineering company with the construction of a dam across the Ohio River in the US. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • WTG transport and installation deal

    Dudgeon Offshore Wind Limited has awarded the Charter for WTG transport and installation to A2SEA A/S. A2SEA will provide the jack-up vessel ‘Sea Installer’ including 24/7 marine crew and crane operators for transport and installation of the 67 Siemens 6.0-154 wind turbine generators. The charter covers project management, and design, procurement and installation of necessary sea fastening and grillage for the work. All lifting operations will be performed by the vessel crane under supervision of Siemens personnel. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Preserving London’s river piers

    Marine consulting engineers Beckett Rankine have been commissioned by London River Services to undertake condition assessments of nine piers on the River Thames. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Repairing the Dawlish seawall

    One year after the collapse of the seawall at Dawlish, UK, the marine plant is being prepared to leave the site now that the damage has been repaired. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Rostock intermodal transport terminal completed

    The Port of Rostock has completed conversion of its intermodal transport terminal allowing the German port to keep pace with the delicate balance of changing transport options. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Humber Gateway Substation contract

    MPI Offshore has announced that its wind-turbine-installation vessel, ‘MPI Adventure’, has successfully completed installation of the Humber Gateway Substation, following a very efficient transportation and installation period. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Stainless service

    Stainless UK has reported to 'MJ' that it has supplied over 1000 Grade 316 stainless steel bars to Hull based contractor PBS Construction for use on a new boat slipway being constructed in Withernsea, East Yorkshire as part of the major redevelopment of the towns commercial fishing compound. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Cobra surveys

    MMT has been contracted by OMM (Offshore Marine Management) to perform geophysical, geotechnical and cable crossing surveys in preparation for the installation of the COBRAcable on behalf of end client TenneT. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Successful seabed clearance

    Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has successfully completely a major boulder clearance and seabed preparation campaign on behalf of one of the leading energy groups in northern Europe, DONG Energy. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Stepping towards a new Storstrøm bridge

    The Danish Road Directorate has recently published the EIA report for the Storstrøm bridge project. The new bridge is expected to be built from 2016-21 and will replace the existing, antiquated link between Zealand and Falster. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Green port at Hull

    A contract has been placed for the development of a waterfront site in the Port of Hull, UK, dedicated to the construction of wind farm modules. Associated British Ports who operate the Port of Hull placed the contract, valued at £100 million, to construction and engineering firm Lagan Construction Group and management and investment group Graham. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Dover tenders

    The UK’s Dover Harbour Board agreed in early October to move forward on the first substantial phase of works to transform the port through its Dover Western Docks Revival project. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • EIA mapping

    Proteus FZC, a provider of satellite-derived mapping and classification services, has delivered marine habitat maps for four Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA). Proteus completed the mapping components of the EIAs on behalf of oil & gas companies and engineering consulting firms. 26 Mar 2015 - Maritime Journal