The amazing transformation of Harvey Gulf International Marine
HGIM has transformed itself from a family-owned marine transportation and towing operator into a dynamic, trend-setting player in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico deepwater market
FEA aids Deepwater Horizon failure forensics
DNV uses Abaqus FEA software from SIMULIA to study blowout scenarios
Slow steaming, fuel sulfur limits present lubrication challenges
Switching marine engines that are designed to run on residual fuels to distillate fuel brings with it another set of challenges
Tweak above and below waterline offer significant energy savings
An innovative superstructure, like the Aero-Citadel, can lower fuel consumption and increase a ship’s security
It’s the little things that matter
A systematic and structured approach to human system integration will help to minimize the opportunities for error
Delivering heroics: Government agencies add workhorses
The New York City Police Department, along with the U.S. Coast Guard, added new patrol vessels to its fleet; meanwhile the U.S. Navy and Army placed orders.
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