• Near-Real-Time Wireless Data Transfer for ADCPs

    The Subnero Wireless Integrated Suite (SWIS) – ADCP edition is the Singapore-based company’s latest development that provides seamless wireless connectivity to a seabed-mounted ADCP integrated with the Subnero Wireless Network Communication (WNC) series of products.

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  • Hydrogen-Powered Lab Vessel Visits India

    The Energy Observer visited Kochi, India, earlier this month for the 75th stopover of its round-the-world odyssey, after a tour of Southeast Asia.

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  • Apply: Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship

    The application period for the 2024 Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship is now open.

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  • Happy Thanksgiving!

    Sea Technology wishes you a wonderful Thanksgiving. We are grateful, as always, for your readership and support.

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  • Australian Beach Set for Beach Nourishment via Dredging

    The trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) Brisbane is about to begin work for the nearshore beach nourishment trial off Maroochydore Beach, the Sunshine Coast Council said. This very important project

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  • ABS Brief: IMO Maritime Safety Updates

    ABS has published a brief on the International Maritime Organization Maritime Safety Committee’s latest session with regulatory updates.

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  • Hill Dickinson Announces New Marine Group

    Law firm Hill Dickinson has announced new partners within its Marine and Trade team as part of the firm’s Accelerated Partner Promotion Scheme. The five legal directors from the firm’s London, Manchester and Piraeus offices, have been elevated to partner status with effect from November 1, 2022. They join the ranks of the firm’s existing partners, boosting overall partner numbers to over 150.

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  • Offshore Floating Solar Power Plant

    SolarDuck was selected as the exclusive provider for offshore floating solar (OFS) technology with integrated energy storage in RWE’s bid for the offshore wind farm HKW VII.

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  • Scientists Call for Protection of Egypt’s Reefs

    An international group of marine scientists led by Karine Kleinhaus, of Stony Brook University’s School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS), has published a letter in Science, coinciding with COP27, that is a call to action for policymakers, government agencies and ocean conservation groups to take major steps to preserve Egypt’s 1,800 km of coral reefs–a massive section of the Red Sea’s reef system.

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  • Submit Environmental Study Ideas to BOEM

    BOEM is beginning to formulate its Fiscal Year 2024 to 2025 Studies Development Plan covering all BOEM energy and minerals activities. The public is invited to submit study ideas for consideration in Alaska, Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and Pacific OCS areas by December 9.

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Hill Dickinson Announces New Marine Group

Law firm Hill Dickinson has announced new partners within its Marine and Trade team as part of the firm’s Accelerated Partner Promotion Scheme. The five legal directors from the firm’s London, Manchester and Piraeus offices, have been elevated to partner status with effect from November 1, 2022. They join the ranks of the firm’s existing partners, boosting overall partner numbers to over 150.