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AIS: What a Difference a Decade Makes

Posted by Bob Kessler on Dec 20, 2017 6:07:00 AM

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Digital platform reduces terminal delays by 35%

Posted by Bob Kessler on Dec 13, 2017 6:07:00 AM

***This article was written by Martyn Wingrove for TankerShipping.com on Dec 6, 2017. To see the original, please click HERE.

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Asset Management: Offshore Operators Have Tools to Reduce Risks, Improve Logistics

Posted by Bob Kessler on Dec 6, 2017 6:07:00 AM

***This article was written by Oceaneering's Robert Kessler, Maritime Program Manager of Global Data Solutions, for the November 2017 Exclusive Story on The American Oil & Gas Reporter.

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Drones creating quite a buzz in maritime industry

Posted by PortVision on Nov 29, 2017 6:07:00 AM

Enthusiasm for the current and projected role of drones in the maritime industry is, to say the least, sky high. More than just cool high-tech gadgets, drones are in the process of changing the way the industry handles everything from hull inspections to shore-to-ship deliveries, and more.

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China Cracks down on Maritime Emissions

Posted by PortVision on Nov 15, 2017 6:07:00 AM

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Freeport LNG Liquefaction Facilities to Welcome New BP Tankers in 2018

Posted by PortVision on Nov 1, 2017 6:07:00 AM

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US Cruise Industry has Record Year

Posted by PortVision on Oct 17, 2017 6:07:00 AM

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Impact of Harvey on Oil Industry Extends Beyond Texas

Posted by PortVision on Oct 5, 2017 6:07:00 AM

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Deepwater Oil Exploration Buoyed by Recent Offshore Auction

Posted by PortVision on Sep 26, 2017 6:07:00 AM

High bids by major oil producers in a recent Gulf of Mexico offshore auction point toward a resurgence of interest in deepwater exploration. This year’s bids totaled $121 million—nearly a seven-fold increase over the bids on the Outer Continental Shelf auctioned last summer by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM).

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Thailand’s Kra Canal: Game-Changer Waiting to Happen

Posted by PortVision on Sep 20, 2017 6:07:00 AM

Building a canal across Thailand’s Kra Isthmus to connect the Andaman Sea in the Indian Ocean to the South China Sea isn’t a new idea. In fact, it’s been around since the 17th century, when a king in the region requested a report on the feasibility of the project. The notion resurfaced two centuries later, when Ferdinand de Lesseps—the “Father of the Suez Canal”—expressed support for such a project.

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