• Ocean Sciences Meeting

    Discover the latest in ocean sciences research at the 2022 Ocean Sciences Meeting, where more than 5,300 researchers will present the latest research findings about the world’s oceans. The 2022 meeting will take place online, everywhere and will run from February 24 through March 4.

    Read more »
  • New Technical Director for IMCA

    The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has appointed Stephen Peet as technical director. He is a mechanical engineer with a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Newcastle University, and brings with him significant experience in managing a diverse range of technical teams.

    Read more »
  • New US Estuarine Research Reserve in Long Island Sound

    NOAA and the state of Connecticut have designated a new national estuarine research reserve in Long Island Sound. Research reserves are designated to protect a section of an estuary and provide a living laboratory to explore and understand important areas where rivers meet the sea, thus promoting understanding and informed management of coastal habitats. The Connecticut National Estuarine Research Reserve spans 52,160 acres in the southeastern part of the Constitution State. It is the 30th reserve in the national estuarine research reserve system, and the first in the state.

    Read more »
  • ASNE Free Young Professionals Breakfast February 1, Pentagon City

    During the upcoming annual ASNE Technology, Systems and Ships (ASNE TSS) Symposium at the Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel (January 31 to February 1), the American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) will offer a Young Professionals (YP) Program event: the Young Professionals Breakfast. The YP Breakfast will take place on Tuesday, February 1, from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.

    Read more »
  • NOIA Policy Paper on US Carbon Capture Use and Storage

    The National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) has released the policy paper “Carbon Capture, Use, & Storage: An Economic, Employment, & Climate Opportunity for the U.S Offshore Region.” Along with key policy recommendations, the document details the vast advantages that the deployment of carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico can provide the U.S. to help meet ambitious emissions reduction targets to address climate change.

    Read more »
  • Yanmar Develops Hydrogen Fuel Cell

    Hydrogen is attracting worldwide attention as a clean energy source that can replace fossil fuels. Yanmar has developed a maritime fuel cell technology that uses hydrogen to produce electricity toward the realization of a carbon-neutral society.

    Read more »
  • DOD Seeks Proposals for Environmental, Installation Energy Tech Demos

    The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), through the Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP), seeks proposals for demonstrations of innovative environmental and installation energy technologies as candidates for funding beginning in fiscal year (FY) 2023.

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  • Data Buoys to Monitor Pollution Levels in Harbors

    A series of buoys, which look similar to a home BBQ, will monitor levels of pollution in Chichester Harbor and provide live data for industries and members of the public.

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  • Apply: StartBlue Accelerator Secondary Mentors, Advisers

    The first StartBlue cohort is underway. Mentors have been assigned to all the teams, but there are a few slots for secondary mentors and/or advisers in specific areas, as requested by the venture teams. StartBlue supports the formation of advanced science and engineering start-ups tackling ocean-focused challenges and solutions integrated into science, industry, investment and government networks. Deadline is January 28.

    Read more »
  • Hyundai approved foor new mooring system

    FLNG Spread Mooring System Receives Approval

    South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has recently received basic approval in principle (AIP) from classification society American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) for a new Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG ) one-side spread mooring system.

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Featured News

Ocean Sciences Meeting

Discover the latest in ocean sciences research at the 2022 Ocean Sciences Meeting, where more than 5,300 researchers will present the latest research findings about the world’s oceans. The 2022 meeting will take place online, everywhere and will run from February 24 through March 4.

New Technical Director for IMCA

The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has appointed Stephen Peet as technical director. He is a mechanical engineer with a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Newcastle University, and brings with him significant experience in managing a diverse range of technical teams.

New US Estuarine Research Reserve in Long Island Sound

NOAA and the state of Connecticut have designated a new national estuarine research reserve in Long Island Sound. Research reserves are designated to protect a section of an estuary and provide a living laboratory to explore and understand important areas where rivers meet the sea, thus promoting understanding and informed management of coastal habitats. The Connecticut National Estuarine Research Reserve spans 52,160 acres in the southeastern part of the Constitution State. It is the 30th reserve in the national estuarine research reserve system, and the first in the state.

ASNE Free Young Professionals Breakfast February 1, Pentagon City

During the upcoming annual ASNE Technology, Systems and Ships (ASNE TSS) Symposium at the Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel (January 31 to February 1), the American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) will offer a Young Professionals (YP) Program event: the Young Professionals Breakfast. The YP Breakfast will take place on Tuesday, February 1, from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.

NOIA Policy Paper on US Carbon Capture Use and Storage

The National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) has released the policy paper “Carbon Capture, Use, & Storage: An Economic, Employment, & Climate Opportunity for the U.S Offshore Region.” Along with key policy recommendations, the document details the vast advantages that the deployment of carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico can provide the U.S. to help meet ambitious emissions reduction targets to address climate change.

Yanmar Develops Hydrogen Fuel Cell

Hydrogen is attracting worldwide attention as a clean energy source that can replace fossil fuels. Yanmar has developed a maritime fuel cell technology that uses hydrogen to produce electricity toward the realization of a carbon-neutral society.