A new oil and gas technology body is to co-fund three projects which aim to slash the cost of inspecting and maintaining offshore infrastructure.
The Industry Technology Facilitator (ITF) is launching a series of tech talk events to support and promote the developer community and increase interaction with oil and gas operators.
All Iranian petrochemical projects need processing technologies imported from abroad. Since Iran has developed its gas industry, the need for gas-to-olefin, polymers, and engineered rubbers process technologies has significant importance now, according to Erfan Haji Ali Akbar, Iran representative at International Petrochemical Technologies (IPT Srl).
Sleeker hulls, bigger ships, efficient operations and the use of sustainable biofuels can ensure the shipping sector radically cuts its greenhouse gas footprint by mid-century, says a new study published in the journal Transportation Research.
Japan's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transportation and Tourism (MLIT) has chosen a joint project comprising Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) and Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding to develop a technological concept for an autonomous ocean transport system.
The technology group Wärtsilä is currently implementing a digital transformation to become a data led, insights driven, and agile technology company dedicated to taking a leadership role in the smart marine and smart energy ecosystems throughout their entire lifecycle. The aim is to increase efficiency while enabling a zero emissions society.
The Director of Research at IBM has claimed that blockchain technology could recover billions of dollars lost to coordination costs in the shipping industry, according to Coindesk's report on Arvind Krishna's presentation at its Consensus 2017 conference.
Harman’s pro audio UK distributor Sound Technology has started shipping the JBL new monitor management system to customers in the UK and Ireland.
Driverless cars. Pilotless planes. What about crewless ships?
The risk of cyber attacks targeting ships’ satellite navigation is pushing nations to delve back through history and develop back-up systems with roots in World War Two radio technology.
End of July 2017, Hapag-Lloyd received an additional state-of-the-art 15,000 TEU vessel. The “AFIF” was handed over to Hapag-Lloyd’s Ship Management by Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI) in South Korea.