There are approximately 40 shipyards in the United States that are currently performing maritime construction and building vessels of 140 feet or longer. These vessels range from super-large oceangoing ships such as cargo ships and oil tankers to smaller vessels such as workboats and commercial fishing vessels.
In its new Avatar the Indian Register of Shipping is seen undergoing sweeping changes as it braces itself to meet the new challenges
Taking a giant lead in the creation of a new ship designing support software ClassNK is set to give a major boost to ship efficiency
The R & D projects of ClassNK for reducing running cost of ships will offset the burden that would be cast on ship owners by the unsavory new conventions set to come into force
Body of scientists, engineers, et al formed under the banner of Maritime Research & Development Society
FORAN V70 - CONSTANT EVOLUTION IN SHIPBUILDING CAD/CAM SYSTEMS
After SLB launching its geosciences lab late last year, 2011 starts with agreements to build Halliburton and Tenaris Labs at the UFRJ Tech Park, which is already considered the main technology research hub in Latin America.
The Brazilian government and Navy are considering an ambitious plan for launching an offshore subsea lab to be located at the limit of the country´s territorial waters and beyond the farthest pre-salt play
The O&G service provider is giving priority to investments in Brazil as part of its worldwide investment strategy. Studying the Deepwater Pre-salt Carbonate Systems in Brazil is one of their main priorities.
The new facilities, including bold construction techniques, sustainability and eco-efficiency, represent an advance for Petrobras’ technology development.