US Plays Catch Up with Canada to Quiet Ships for Endangered Orcas
British Columbia’s Enhancing Cetacean Habitat and Observation Program has secured more than 80% participation from shipping companies in an effort to reduce underwater noise, with the US has recognized the need to launch voluntary initiatives to cut underwater noise from large ships in the Salish Seal.
Pathways Outlined to Enable Shipping Sector to Achieve IMO 2050 GHG Reduction Targets
An Oil and Gas Climate Initiative and Concawe study outlines the need for large-scale deployment of new technologies and the use of low-carbon fuels to help the shipping sector reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50% by 2050.
New Windsor Salt – CSL Vessel on its Way to Halifax
A new purpose-designed self-unloading ship bilt to service Windsor Salt departed on her maiden voyage today, and is the first diesel-electric Laker and the first single point loader to operate in Canada.
Green Ferry Refit is First of Its Kind in Canada
A newly retrofitted electric ferry is the first in Canada to be powered completely by a zero-emissions, lithium-ion power and propulsion system.
A Matter of Speed? Understanding Hypersonic Missile Systems
This backgrounder improves the understanding of hypersonic speed, the nature of hypersonic missile systems, as well as their key subsystems and technologies.
SAAM Towage Canada Signs Historic Agreement to Form Strategic Alliance with Coast Tsimshian Enterprises Ltd
SAAM Towage Canada Ltd is signing a strategic alliance agreement with the Coast Tsimshian to work together for their mutual benefit.
Nearly $1M to Support Technopole maritime du Québec
The governments of Canada and Quebec have granted financial assistance over three years to Technopole maritime du Québec to stimulate and support growth in the cutting-edge sectors of marine technology, biotechnology and maritime transportation.
Design Contract Win for Booming USA Market
BMT will be designing three new Crew Transfer Vessels to be operated at east coast wind farms in the US.
US Navy Eyes 3D Printing for Submarine Parts to Ease Burden on Strained Industrial Base
The USN begins to get serious about using 3D printed parts to reduce supply chain concerns.
Project to Dismantle Ex-Royal Navy Nuclear Submarines Inches Forward
Part of any plan to build and operate ships also needs to consider how to dismantle them at the end of their lives. This gets complicated when there is nuclear propulsion involved as we can see in the UK.