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Fisk Marine Insurance International, LLC
INDUSTRY NEWS
Shipping backups at big U.S. ports, and the resulting goods shortages and price surges, are not likely to resolve themselves until well into 2022, according to economists and some business leaders who have spoken recently.
 
No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack, which rendered useless the government-issued electronic cards that many Iranians use to buy subsidized fuel at the pump.
 
Exxon Mobil Corp. is weighing salary increases as it tries to halt employee attrition across its business divisions after sweeping job and benefit cuts.
 
An increasing number of job seekers are open to something new. The trouble is, few are likely to set their sights on construction.
 
MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
 
   
Deadline for submittal of nominations:
JANUARY 14, 2022
 
Recognizing and honoring individuals whose efforts and accomplishments have significantly contributed to commercial diving through a lifetime of dedication.
Nominees do not have to be commercial divers, but can be any individual who has been influential and who has made a significant and recognizable life-long contribution to the commercial diving community.
 
Dive Commercial International, Inc.
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
The container feeder MSC Lucia was attacked and boarded in the Gulf of Guinea on Monday, according to multiple sources, and the Russian Navy has claimed credit for chasing off the assailants.
 
Denso North America Inc.
NEW PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGY
Blue Ocean Seismic Services has completed sea trials of its underwater autonomous vehicle in the North Sea, using a DP-2 multi-role vessel.
 
Siemens Gamesa has announced plans to establish the first offshore wind turbine blade facility in the United States at the Portsmouth Marine Terminal in Virginia.
 
Ocean Technology Systems
Bottom Dwellers Dive Shack
QatarEnergy has signed an agreement with ExxonMobil Canada to farm into an exploration license offshore Newfoundland and Labrador.
 
From the Pages of Underwater Magazine
 
   
After decades of offshore commercial diving and supervisory experience, Ken Shelley and Sid Preskitt felt there was something missing in diving training programs. “The entry level people coming out of the schools didn’t have the level of working knowledge that we thought they should,” said Preskitt.
 
Saab Seaeye Ltd
 

 

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