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Gulf Rig Counts Nearing Historic Lows

Offshore analysts and leaders say business is approaching mid-1980 levels, when the bottom fell out of the domestic industry in the Gulf of Mexico.

Local rows over STS on the beautiful Suffolk coast

The Suffolk coastal towns of Lowestoft and Southwold are in disagreement over the potential impact of ship to ship transfers - safety or economy first?

SF: A Great Historic Port

Super for Cruise Ships Sailing through the Golden Gate into the Sunset But Not Compatible for a Mix of High-Speed Rail and Containers

The unlevel sea

The oceans are anything but level

Ballast water or drinking water

For which are we striving?

Pipavav Shipyard’s IPO to boost expansion

Pipavav Shipyard set to take a high trajectory growth path

SUPERYACHTS AND FREIGHT CAR LOADINGS

TWO ENDS OF THE SPECTRUM

Vietnam Lane is a Lesson for the West Coast

What seemed a quicker route is actually less so.

Industries waiting for clear signals from Washington

While Pres. Barak Obama tried to build a consensus last night on health care reform, a number of conversations I’ve recently had with oil and gas and transportation industry leaders and analysts kept recurring to me.

Messing about with boats

As Famouth Marine School celebrates its 50th year of teaching boat building, will there be anywhere for its graduates to go?

Ports Are More Nervous about Pilots and Safety

After the Cosco Busan, everyone is playing Pass the Parcel

SO MANY BOAT SHOWS AND SO LITTLE TIME - THE MARATHON BEGINS

ONECE UPON A TIME, BOAT SHOWS WERE FUN