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Marine Engineering and Offshore Technology Issue 45 Winter 2018

Editing, researching and content generation about issues related to maritime industry Download the latest edition of Marine and Offshore Technology to read online in emagazine format. All Marine and Offshore technology editions are published in bilingual format and contain the latest news and technology for the Marine and Offshore industry […]

Energy, Energy Trading, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, Rigzone, Shipping

China’s Tariffs: A Headache for the Next Wave of US Natgas Export Projects?

China is the world’s second largest importer of LNG after Japan and an important customer for U.S. LNG. For example, this year between January and August, China purchased 1.6 of the 14.9 million tonnes of U.S. LNG, according to Thomson Reuters’ data, but Sept. 24 marked the start of President […]

Shipping, Transport

The world’s largest container fleets

World trade heavily depends on the global shipping industry. The maritime sector accounts for 90% of the movement of world freight. The companies ranked in this list of shipping fleets are based on their TEU (Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit) capacity. A TEU is a measure of the number of standard sized […]

Marine Engineeing and Offshore Technology, Shipping, Technology, Transport, Uncategorized

Marine and Offshore Technology – Autumn Edition

Editing, researching and content generation about issues related to maritime industry Download the latest edition of Marine and Offshore Technology to read online in emagazine format. All Marine and Offshore technology editions are published in bilingual format and contain the latest news and technology for the Marine and Offshore industry […]

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Marine Engineeing and Offshore Technology, Shipping, Technology

The art of digital maintenance

The drive for cost savings and efficiency improvements is an important goal to operators in a marine industry that is still reeling from a downturn in the market. Since the advent of the digital era, many suppliers have expounded that shipowners need to invest in digital systems, data analytics and machine learning if they are serious about being key players in the marine industry in the future.