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Volunteers Needed To Pull Milfoil In Quechee July 26

July 28, 2014

The Hartford Parks & Recreation Department is hosting a volunteer day to have volunteer assist with the control of the spreading of eurasian watermilfoil at Dewey’s Mills Pond located in Quechee on Saturday, July 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Meet at the Dewey’s Pond landing on Main Street. Volunteers will be taught how… Continue Reading »

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Hawaii-based Firm Scaling Up Nanotech for Oil, Gas Apps

July 28, 2014

A “smart coating” initially developed to help U.S. Navy ships ply through water more efficiently could help pipeline operators transport more crude oil without using costlier larger-diameter pipe or adding horsepower to pumps, according to the head of a Hawaii-based science, engineering and technology firm. “The use of nanomaterials opens up a whole new dimension,”… Continue Reading »

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Atlantis Signs Turbine Supply Agreements for MeyGen Project

July 28, 2014

Atlantis, owner of the world’s largest planned tidal current energy project, MeyGen, and tidal energy equipment supplier, announces that it has signed a turbine supply agreement with Andritz Hydro Hammerfest to supply three 1.5 megawatt tidal power turbines for Phase 1A of the MeyGen project in the Pentland Firth in Scotland. Atlantis also announces that… Continue Reading »

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Thai Military Delays Finalizing Energy Reform

July 28, 2014

Thailand’s military government will delay finalising details of closely watched energy reform, a military official said on Friday, which could compound uncertainty about the country’s oil and gas sector. The reform, which was due to be finalised by the end of July, is expected to include plans to improve the position of the State Oil… Continue Reading »

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Turkey approves EIA Report for South Stream’s offshore section

July 27, 2014

The Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning of Turkey approved the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Report and issued a positive opinion of the EIA results for South Stream’s offshore section in Turkey. The Report contains the assessment of potential environmental impacts caused by the gas pipeline construction, including the impact on the seabed geology, water quality and marine ecology. The document concludes that the project… Continue Reading »

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ABS Group supporting the need for debate and discussion on Offshore Modular Drilling Assets

July 27, 2014

As the offshore industry expands into deeper water, modular techniques are developing rapidly.  With this development comes the need to ensure the safety and reliability of these assets, and ABS Group is at the forefront of providing valuable insight and services to this market. As a long standing leader in the industry, ABS Group identified… Continue Reading »

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Scotland Announces Designation of 30 Marine Protected Areas

July 25, 2014

Scotland’s iconic marine species and habitats will be better protected following the designation of 30 Marine Protected Areas. Sites will protect a range of habitats and species including flameshell beds, feather stars, the common skate and ocean quahog, a large mollusc which can live for centuries. They will also protect sandeels – a small fish that… Continue Reading »

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SeeByte Sells Additional SeeTrack CoPilot Licences to Seatronics

July 25, 2014

SeeByte, the global leader in creating smart software for unmanned maritime systems, announces the sale of a further five SeeTrack CoPilot licences to Seatronics. This market-leading software will be integrated into Seatronics’ Predator ROV, allowing the system to benefit from improved capabilities. Adil Ali, International Product Sales Manager at Seatronics, said, “We are committed to offer… Continue Reading »

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HMAS Yarra Divers Recover HMAS Bundaberg’s Anchor near Ashmore Island

July 25, 2014

Personnel in the coastal mine hunter HMAS Yarra have used their diving expertise to recover an anchor and shackles weighing one tonne from the seabed near Ashmore Island. The anchor, belonging to Armidale class patrol boat HMAS Bundaberg, was cut lose when it firmly wedged beneath a large boulder and the sea floor during a recent… Continue Reading »

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USA: Florida II Survey Vessel Suitable for Archaeological Research

July 25, 2014

The Florida II is a survey vessel, but it has the capability to provide much more information than just water depth. The design specifications and specialized equipment it carries make it possible to do many different types of surveys, and suitable for underwater archaeological research. “As part of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance, we… Continue Reading »

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