Latest News for: Offshore crewing
29 Feb 2024
One person died and five were injured when a helicopter crash-landed in the ocean off western Norway, police said on Thursday, leading to a temporary halt in transport to and from the country's offshore oil and gas platforms.
Bangor Daily News
27 Feb 2024
State officials want to move quickly, in part to give Maine an edge in the emerging floating offshore wind market ... That means an offshore wind turbine counts as a point, and foreign ships cannot bring materials or crew from a U.S.
27 Feb 2024
A U.S.-owned luxury cruise ship with more than 3,000 passengers and crew was allowed to dock Monday in the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius after being quarantined offshore for a day over fears of a ...
26 Feb 2024
By Richard Naidu, Islands Business ... "Despite significant progress, most tuna is still processed offshore, and the majority of crews on fishing vessels are foreign nationals ... -This article was first published by Islands Business ....
The Maritime Executive
20 Feb 2024
According to Norwegian shipowner Eidesvik Offshore, which is partnering with shipowner Agalas, the vessel will be the most environmentally friend within its operating segments ... offshore wind sectors.
19 Feb 2024
The Iran-backed Houthi group on Sunday damaged a ship offshore Yemen, prompting its crew to abandon the vessel ... .
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