The Consequences of Oil Pollution from Ships

Ship owners all know it and the stricter environmentally regulations prove it: oil leakage is not done.

North Stream pipeline project starts removal of ...

The removal of underwater mines by exploding them starts in the Finnish Gulf along the route of the North Stream ...

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The Netherlands: Boskalis benefits from Smit’s broader ...

Following a hostile takeover, Smit’s salvage business will remain in the group for three years. But what ...

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eNavigation strategy needs a re-boot – BIMCO

What does the International Maritime Organization’s eNavigation strategy mean to you? Without wishing to begin on a ...

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UK: Volker Stevin / Westminster Dredging joint venture ...

A joint venture of VolkerStevin Marine and Westminster Dredging has been named as preferred contractor for the ...

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Dutch build more dunes against rising seas

MONSTER, Netherlands — On the beach at Monster, bulldozers painstakingly turn sand dredged from the bottom of the ...

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Huge Baltic pipeline project expected to launch soon, ...

Europe’s largest energy project, Nord Stream, this month received vital approvals from Sweden and Finland when they ...

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Venice Port Authority (IT) rebukes claims that dredging ...

Following the Venice Port Authority’s push for a 16 metre draught in one of its navigation channels, the authority ...

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Marine GeoSolutions signs contract with Reson for ...

RESON has been awarded a contract by the South African-based Marine GeoSolutions to upgrade their SeaBat 8101 to ...

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DEME’s outstanding order book remains at a high ...

Thanks to an almost full fleet utilization in the third quarter, DEME (AvH 50%) has realized a turnover and ...

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Boskalis sees “significant synergies” ...

Who wants to know how  a peasant is laughing with pain in the teeth, was yesterday afternoon at Hotel Okura ...

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Ukraine forges ahead with port development

The Ukrainian government has given the go-ahead for the expansion of Odessa, Yuzhny and Illichevsk into additional ...

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UK Protesters’ delight at dredging victory

A GREAT swathe of sand off the coast of Gower could be left untouched following a major rethink by a dredging ...

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Update: Swedish tug captain’s case sent to ...

A SEA captain accused of being drunk as he guided a massive dredger up the Tyne has had his case sent to crown ...

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UK Government: Ports to be fast-tracked

Ports are to be fast-tracked through the planning process, and the framework for new port development was published ...

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Chinese firm offers to build dredgers at half the price ...

Bangalore: A Chinese shipbuilder has taken Dredging Corp. of India Ltd (DCI) and the shipping ministry by surprise ...

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HollandMT and FKAB proudly announce their newly ...

At Europort 2009, HollandMT and FKAB proudly announce their newly developed range of backhoe pontoon dredgers, ...

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Seacontractors (NL) introduces ‘Speed & ...

Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Seacontractors presented ‘Speed & Stablity’, a new type of multicat… Source: ...

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Nexans supplies Belgium subsea cable worth € 39 million ...

Nexans has won a contract worth approximately €39m (£35m) to supply the subsea power-export cables for Phase I of ...

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UK: Tyne dredger guide captain ‘ over ...

A SEA captain was today accused of being drunk as he guided a massive dredger up the Tyne ahead of work on the ...

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Mexican President Urges Boskalis, Damen Shipyards and ...

Mexican President Felipe Calderón and HRH Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands met this afternoon with Mexican and ...

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UK: Dredger arrives to begin Tyne tunnel work

THE £260m second Tyne Tunnel project reached a major milestone today with the arrival of the dredger ...

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Dredgers of the World – 7th Edition

CRSL has recently published the latest edition of its register Dredgers of the World… Source: Offshore ...

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Bucket-loads of orders for Midland Steel Traders

GIANT metal buckets designed and manufactured in the North East and exported to mining and construction companies ...

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Shifting blame in the Westerschelde debacle

Why did the decision making process over the dredging of the Westerschelde go so terribly wrong that it has now ...

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Belgium refuses to pay 300 million Euro Westerschelde bill

The Belgian government is refusing to pay the Netherlands €300m it had agreed to hand over in compensation for ...

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Journal reporter (UK) climbs aboard the wrecked dredger

OFFICIALS have been telling us for months that the Severn Sands, an abandoned dredger near the Fremington Quay ...

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Antwerp hit as Westerschelde works suspended

Port authorities hit out at Dutch government Two nature organisations have succeeded in halting works designed to ...

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