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Boluda Towage increases UK presence with SMS Towage buy

Splash24/7 27 May 2024
The acquisition involves taking over the harbour and offshore towage services and marine operations, together with the management, office staff, crew, and fleet, based in the United Kingdom ... .
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As New York’s offshore wind work begins, an environmental justice community awaits the benefits

Grist 25 May 2024
The site will be home to one of the nation’s first ports dedicated to supporting the growing offshore wind industry ... A rendering of the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal offshore wind hub in Sunset Park.
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TotalEnergies to Strengthen Exploration & Production (E&P) Activities in Congo with $600M Investment

Business Ghana 25 May 2024
TotalEnergies also operates the deep offshore Marine XX permit, which extends over an area of 3,285.8km2 at water depths of up to 2,000m.
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Boluda Towage Acquires SMS Towage

MarineLink 24 May 2024
The acquisition involves taking over the harbor and offshore towage services and marine operations, together with the management, office staff, crew, and fleet, based in the United Kingdom. SMS is presently operating in the U.K ... (Photo. Boluda Towage) ... .
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Daily Press 24 May 2024
offshore wind. His experience includes being project manager and engineer of record for the Portsmouth Marine Terminal offshore wind staging port renovation and the Dominion Operations and Maintenance Floating Pier in Norfolk.
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Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Partners with NOAA, U.S. Coast Guard for Sea Turtle ...

Space Coast Daily 24 May 2024
The operation aimed at protecting endangered sea turtles in and around the protected Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary ... The inspections focused on vessels fishing offshore in federal waters in the southern Gulf of Mexico.
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Carimin Buys Crew Boat Newbuild from Penguin Shipyards for $5M

MarineLink 24 May 2024
According to Carimin Petroleum, the proposed acquisition is in line with the expansion plan for its business in providing marine support services for its offshore maintenance and hook-up and ...
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Fin-tastic stuff! Shark swims 17,000 miles across the Pacific Ocean - smashing the previous record...

The Daily Mail 24 May 2024
'In this case, we were able to track Genie for 1.5 years, revealing unexpectedly consistent, repeated travel pathways of massive distances going far offshore, well beyond national management and current marine protected areas.
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Helping offshore energy developers factor the impact on nature into their planning process

The Irish Times 23 May 2024
Habitat loss due to coastal and offshore development is a significant threat to marine biodiversity and ecosystem health and it’s an issue often raised by stakeholders during the planning process,” Cosgrove says.
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Cyan Renewables teams with Ocean Infinity for Asia Pacific offshore wind projects

Splash24/7 23 May 2024
“Teaming up with Cyan Renewables means we can turbocharge our efforts in the Asia-Pacific region, bringing our cutting-edge marine tech to the forefront of offshore wind projects, said Maxime Even, commercial director at Ocean Infinity, adding.
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First Foundation Installed for Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind

MarineLink 23 May 2024
This work includes redevelopment activities at the Portsmouth Marine Terminal, construction of the offshore wind Monitoring and Coordination Center, maritime provisioning, ship upkeep, heavy lift and ...
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Silky shark makes record breaking migration in international waters of the Tropical Eastern Pacific

Phys Dot Org 23 May 2024
In this case, we were able to track Genie for 1.5 years, revealing unexpectedly consistent, repeated travel pathways of massive distances going far offshore, well beyond national management and current marine protected areas.

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In this photo provided by the International Organization for Migration, an injured person is carried on a stretcher to seek medical assistance after a landslide in Yambali village, Papua New Guinea, Friday, May 24, 2024. More than 100 people are believed to have been killed in the landslide that buried a village and an emergency response is underway, officials in the South Pacific island nation said. The landslide struck Enga province, about 600 kilometers (370 miles) northwest of the capital, Port Moresby, at roughly 3 a.m., Australian Broadcasting Corp. reported. (Benjamin Sipa/International Organization for Migration via AP)
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