Latest News for: Oslo maritime


Western Bulk Selects OrbitMI For Vessel Reporting & Analysis

The Maritime Executive 13 Oct 2021
After participating in an extensive RFP process, OrbitMI, Inc., a provider of AI-powered maritime software and data solutions, today announces that it has been selected by Oslo-based Western Bulk, a global leader in dry bulk to provide vessel reporting and analysis services ... Of the finalists, only Orbit gave us the flexibility we need.” ... ....

Seasystems to Supply Mooring Solution for Floating Tidal Energy Array

The Maritime Executive 12 Oct 2021
Every day, huge amounts of seawater flow in and out of Minas Passage in Nova Scotia, Canada ... Electricity for 3,000 homes ... Teaming up with Swift Anchors ... “We are pleased with our alliance with Seasystems, which has strong reputation for innovation in the maritime market, forming part of Scana ASA listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange ... “ ... ....

Turning the tide on gender barriers

The Manila Times 13 Jul 2021
I was still studying as an exchange student in Singapore from BI Norwegian Business School in Oslo, Norway, when I wrote a thesis for a Norwegian company that provides electronic navigational charts for the maritime industry," Steen recalled ... "Gender never became an obstacle in advancing my career in maritime.

The Hydrogen Stream: 45 GW project in Kazakhstan, new push from Norway

PV Magazine 29 Jun 2021
The U.K ... Saga Pure, the first listed green investment company on the Oslo Stock Exchange, has announced the acquisition of Hyon, a maritime hydrogen solutions provider ... “Sustainability is at the top of the agenda within the maritime sector and hydrogen will play an important role in the future maritime fuel mix ... toward a low-carbon future.

Angelicoussis and Frangou top Greek shipowners by tonnage list

Seatrade Maritime News 09 Jun 2021
Fifteen of the 73 companies are connected to a listing on a stock exchange, 14 of them in New York and one, pure tanker owner, Kyklades Maritime / Okeanis Eco Tankers / Alafouzos in Oslo.

After the pandemic, the centrality of the Blue Economy in recovery

Hindustan Times 07 Jun 2021
India has a unique maritime position, with a 7,517-km long coastline and an Exclusive Economic Zone of over two million sq-km ... Norway and India are working together on sustainable ship recycling — key for a green shift in the maritime sector, and on green ports, where the Port of Oslo and JNPT in Maharashtra are starting a collaboration.

Gaza's gas fields: How Israel shackled Palestine's economy

The New Arab 27 May 2021
The 1995 Oslo II Accords, Annex I, between the Palestinian Authority (PA) and Israel granted the former maritime jurisdiction of up to 20 nautical miles (23 statute miles) from the Gaza coast, which enabled the PA to sign a 25-year contract with British Gas in November 1999 for gas exploration.

TECO 2030 bets on maritime carbon capture and storage

Splash24/7 05 May 2021
Norwegian engineering firm TECO 2030 and its Austrian partner AVL are moving to the next phase of onboard carbon capture and storage (CSS) development to verify and optimise the technology for maritime applications. The Oslo-based company said Wednesday it carried out a ...

Telenor Satellite Announces On-Orbit Life Extension of THOR 10-02

The Maritime Executive 13 Apr 2021
Oslo based Telenor Satellite, which delivers connectivity solutions for all maritime segments operating throughout the EMEA and North Atlantic regions, is delighted to announce the successful docking of Northrop Grumman’s MEV-2 (Mission Extension Vehicle) with its THOR 10-02 satellite.

Norway authorities towing stray cargo ship to safety

Urdu Point 08 Apr 2021
Norwegian maritime authorities ... Oslo (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 8th Apr, 2021 ) .Norwegian maritime authorities said late Wednesday that they had begun towing a Dutch cargo ship that was drifting dangerously towards the coast after the crew were forced to abandon it.

Salvage firm to tow stricken Dutch cargo ship in Norwegian Sea

Urdu Point 07 Apr 2021
Oslo, April 7 (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 7th Apr, 2021 ) .A Dutch cargo ship which has been adrift in rough seas off Norway for two days following a dramatic rescue of its crew is to be towed to calmer waters Wednesday if weather conditions permit, maritime authorities said.