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Fisk Marine Insurance International, LLC
For the past three weeks, the U.S. Coast Guard has been trying to determine the source of a mysterious oil leak that is contaminating a stretch of the waterfront in San Juan Harbor. 
The world's largest regulatory agencies overseeing international container trades met remotely to discuss rampant supply chain disruptions as carriers and their customers brace for more turmoil during the fall peak shipping season.
Teledyne Marine Systems USA
Royal Dutch Shell Plc is beginning the redeployment of personnel to its Appomattox platform in the Gulf of Mexico while damage assessments are continuing at its West Delta-143 (WD-143) offshore facility after Hurricane Ida.
Are U.S. construction workers at a high risk for contracting COVID-19 on the job? It depends on who you ask, where you look and the type of data that is (or is not) available.
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Dive Commercial International, Inc.
With a slot capacity of 23,992 TEU, the Ever Ace is currently the largest container ship in the world.
Denso North America Inc.
NUI AS has developed NCCD, a small, compact and lightweight chest compression device that can substitute manual chest compression during CPR for use in diving bells and hyperbaric chambers.
Japan’s shipowner Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) Line has joined forces with compatriot company MTI Co. and Finnish maritime consulting and engineering firm Elomatic Oy for the development of a concept design for “ammonia ready” liquefied natural gas (LNG)-fueled vessel (ARLFV).
Ocean Technology Systems
Bottom Dwellers Dive Shack
BW Offshore revealed that in partnership with the U.S. renewable energy and utility company Invenergy, that they had submitted bids to develop up to 5.4 gigawatts of offshore wind as part of the first ScotWind leasing round.
From the Pages of Underwater Magazine
Chris Gabel answers common questions that come up in the commercial diving industry.
Saab Seaeye Ltd



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