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Distraught father of boy killed in Greek speedboat horror speaks for first time

A British oil executive whose son was killed in a horrific speedboat accident in Greece has spoken for the first time of his devastation.Paul Finnett, 53, was at the helm when his son Toby, 15, fell off their rented boat and into the blades of the propeller.The managing director at energy company Aon jumped in and dragged Toby back on to the boat.

How the anti-plastic straw movement fits into a larger plan to save the ocean | Commentary

Government can help, but consumers have the real power, if we learn to use it. We can save the oceans by only supporting brands and companies that:1. Shift to clean-burning fuels on cargo and cruise ships.2. Offer only sustainable seafood, never from illegal or untraceable sources.3. Avoid minerals, oil and gas mined in ways that threaten fisheries, reefs and complex marine ecosystems.4.

Here to stay, sea pickles are adapting comfortably to Pacific Northwest waters

July 20 (UPI) -- Sea pickles have been invading the waters along the coast of the Pacific Northwest for a few years. Now, new research suggests the cucumber-shaped colonial jellies, called pyrosomes, are here to stay.The pickles are bioluminescent -- pyrosome translates as "fire body." Each tube-like creature is actually many creatures…

Class warfare and the Irving Shipyard

This is not about godliness, but about power and punishment. The only people who should apologize for the events at Grand Parade are the reporters who botched the story. The broken freedom of information system has dozens of exceptions, loopholes and bureaucratic tricks available to keep public information out of the public's hands.

Babcock shares dive on warning over submarine programme slowdown

Orders for parts of replacement Trident nuclear submarines have been deferred, according to Babcock - MoD/BAEMoreDefence outsourcer Babcock's shares dived after the company warned of a slowdown in spending on the UKs massive nuclear submarine programme.Investors took flight as chief executive Archie Bethel used an AGM statement…


Gore's High Data Rate Cables Now Available with Short Lead Times in Europe for Commercial & Military

Gore and Air Cost Control, now an authorized distributor, can ship complimentary samples of Gore's pre-qualified solutions within two (2) business days from the date of the request.DUNDEE TECHNOLOGY PARK, UK, (PRWEB) July 20, 2018 W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. (Gore) has recently upgraded its site manufacturing infrastructure in Pleinfeld…

Wartsila Sees Profits Rise - Ship & Bunker

Finnish marine engineer Wartsila posted a rise in second-quarter profits in part on the back of buoyant scrubber sales. Pre-tax profit for the period was EUR 102 million ($119 m) compared to EUR 99 million in the same period a year ago, making for a 3% increase. Half-year profit compared to 2017 was up by 5%, the company said.

Wärtsilä Sees Growth In Scrubber Sales, Opportunities In Power

Wärtsilä painted a relatively optimistic outlook for the rest of 2018 in its half-year results report.Although the Helsinki, Finland-based company missed profit expectations, CEO Jakko Eskola said the outlook for the companys Marine segment has improved.In the marine and the services markets, Wärtsilä said saw a boost in sales of its sulfur scrubbers designed to reduce emissions from ships.

Global Oil & Gas Subsea Umbilicals Market Scope and Opportunities Analysis 2023

A point by point investigation of the international and Oil & Gas Subsea Umbilicals promote is shown in the Oil & Gas Subsea Umbilicals Business. The report investigations of the Oil & Gas Subsea Umbilicals promote in light of a grouping of indispensable industry verticals, for instance, variety of things, key applications…

The State of Our Oceans: Environmentalist outlines climate woes at UC San Diego lecture

"Visualize a beautiful planet," advised Eve Simmons environmental activist, keynote speaker, green blogger and consultant to both the California legislature and San Diego Fish & Wildlife. "And save our Earth 'cause it's the only planet in the universe with chocolate candy!" she added with a smile.Simmons insists she's an eternal optimist…


The $20 Billion Question for Guyana

This largely underdeveloped country on South Americas northern Atlantic coast is the unlikely setting for the worlds next big oil boom. But is it ready to handle the riches?GEORGETOWN, Guyana Guyana is a vast, watery wilderness with only three paved highways. There are a few dirt roads between villages that sit on stilts along rivers snaking through the rain forest.

Offshore ROV Market by Type, Depth, Application, AUV And Region

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Cook right at home as ANF Deputy Forest Supervisor | News, Sports, Jobs

Chris Cook has come home.Basically.The “new” Allegheny National Forest (ANF) Deputy Forest Supervisor actually took up his post on Jan. 29 of this year. Cook graduated from Kane Area High School, holds a bachelor’s from Gannon in Anthropology, and a master’s from Texas A&M in Nautical Archaeology. Cook grew up in Mt. Jewett…

Trumps Emerging Economic Policy: Picking Winners and Losers

is steering U.S. economic policy in a radically new direction. From trying to revive steelmakers with tariffs to vetoing Chinese technology investments, he is using the federal government to direct which industries prosper and which dont. Many countries have long tilted the playing field toward favored companies and industries, a practice economists call industrial policy.

Global Ocean Energy Markets, 2016-2018 & 2024: Project Proponent, Technology, Location, Capacity (MW

DUBLIN, June 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --The "Ocean Energy - Global Strategic Business Report" report has been added to's offering. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan Europe, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2015 through 2022.