Big Oil turns to big data to save big money on drilling
In today’s U.S. shale fields, tiny sensors attached to production gear harvest data on everything from...
More Space for big Ships in Hamburg: Project to Redesign the Vorhafen Harbour Basin En-trance completed
More manoeuvring space for big ships, faster berth assignment and improved safety of navigation: Well within the schedule, both in terms of time and money
Big data professionals needed, shipping leaders warn
The maritime industry is facing a severe skills shortage in analysing and harnessing big data, which could hinder the reinvention of the struggling industry, according to a survey by a maritime exhibition and conference organiser.
Big Oil May Finally Get to Drill in the Arctic, But Is It Worth It?
Far above the Arctic Circle, one of the longest-running controversies in U.S. oil drilling is about to reignite.
Big Oil Hits Sweet Spot as Projects Reap Rewards of Recovery
Big Oil is poised to reap rewards this year as investments made before the crude-price slump pay off just as the recovery starts.
Big Three Shipbuilders Reach 10% of Their Order Goals for This Year
It was confirmed that South Korea’s three largest shipbuilders recorded a little more than 10% of their order goals of this year. With only three months to go until the end of this year, it seems that it is impossible for them to achieve their goals set e
Economic Slump Sends Big Ships to Scrap Heap
Up until a year ago, the shipping industry was ordering ships in droves. This year, orders of new vessels have fallen to a record low and companies can’t get rid of ships fast enough.