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ASL Environmental Sciences Floating New Wave Measurement Opportunities

ASL recently acquired three Mesemar PBM-15 Polyethylene buoys for a major metocean study being undertaken for a client project. These buoys are designed to the International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA) recommendations and are made from high-quality rotomoulded virgin polyethylene, filled with closed-cell expanded polyurethane foam.

ASL Environmental Sciences Floating New Wave Measurement Opportunities

Maersk Signs MoU for Development of Green Methanol Bunkering Infrastructure

Maersk announced that the company has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the City of Yokohama and Mitsubishi Gas Chemical (MGC). This collaborative agreement will focus on the development of green methanol bunkering infrastructure in Yokohama as Maersk’s 16,000 TEU green methanol-powered container vessels will be delivered since 2024.

Maersk Signs MoU for Development of Green Methanol Bunkering Infrastructure

Ferd Invests in Ocean Technology Group General Oceans

Ferd, a family-owned investment company, has acquired a 25 percent stake in the ocean technology group General Oceans. Following several acquisitions in recent years, General Oceans now consists of five world-leading companies covering key areas of ocean technology.

Ferd Invests in Ocean Technology Group General Oceans

Teledyne Marine Opens New AUV Service Center in Poland

Teledyne Marine announces the opening of a Service Center for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) in Poland. Established in partnership with Enamor Ltd, this new center reinforces our commitment to providing exceptional support and services to their valued customers in Poland and mainland Europe.

Teledyne Marine Opens New AUV Service Center in Poland

A Breakthrough Year for Digitalization in The Offshore Sector

When Marius Five Aarset became Miros Chief Executive at the start of 2023, he set out three key aims for the year for the global oceans insights experts to work towards. To develop the company into renewables and support the acceleration towards net zero goals; to further boost Miros’ cloud technology and modern as-a-service business model; and to translate accurate measurements of the ocean surface into actionable information.

A Breakthrough Year for Digitalization in The Offshore Sector

Deep Sea Sensor Reveals that Corals Produce Reactive Oxygen Species

Just like us, corals breathe in oxygen and eat organic carbon. And just like us, as a byproduct of converting energy and oxygen in the body, corals produce reactive oxygen species (ROS), a family of chemical compounds that are naturally made by cells during cell division, while fighting off pathogens, and performing other physiological functions.

Deep Sea Sensor Reveals that Corals Produce Reactive Oxygen Species

New Report Reveals Marine Heatwaves Severely Impacting Corals

A report led by NOAA and the University of Queensland reveals alarming changes in the upper ocean’s conditions, ecosystems and communities. The report, published in the journal Science, found that these changes, which trace back to the early 1980s when mass coral bleaching was first observed, strongly correlate with rising sea surface temperatures and climate cycles such as the El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO).

New Report Reveals Marine Heatwaves Severely Impacting Corals
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