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Cargo ship with 22 aboard sinks off southwestern Japan, 4 rescued

Kyodo 25 Jan 2023
A cargo ship with 22 people aboard has sunk off Nagasaki Prefecture in southwestern Japan, with four Chinese crew members rescued, following a distress call issued by the vessel issued late Tuesday, the coast guard said.
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Fourth whale found dead on Oregon Coast, but officials say deaths are unrelated

Herald and News 25 Jan 2023
18 ... “When we experience weather patterns like we have in the past few weeks, coupled with strong westerly winds, dead marine mammals that have been floating offshore get pushed onto the beach,” aquarium officials wrote. A crew investigated Monday, Jan ... ....
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Amazon’s ‘The Rig’ brings new energy to old eco terrors

Grist 24 Jan 2023
The series focuses on a crew of North Sea oil workers who discover their offshore drilling platform is about to be decommissioned by its owner Pictor Energy, a (fictional) major player in the United Kingdom’s energy market. Soon, a mysterious fog engulfs the operation, making it impossible for the crew to return to the nearby Scottish mainland.
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Gulf Marine Services inks French wind farm vessel deal

Splash24/7 23 Jan 2023
... offshore wind farm in France ... Earlier this month, GMS said it had a contract in France with bankrupt Danish crew transfer vessel operator World Marine Offshore.
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Man missing after falling overboard from installation in North Sea

Metro UK 23 Jan 2023
A rescue mission has been launched after a man fell overboard from an offshore platform in the North Sea ... ‘We were called to assist police at about 9pm following reports of a man who had fallen overboard from an offshore installation.
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Trending / Wave Energy: New facility taking shape at Newport

The News Guard 22 Jan 2023
In 2022, crews completed the installation of underground conduits that will house the subsea and terrestrial ... To install the more than 6 miles of conduit, crews used horizontal directional drilling to make four offshore bores that were each more than a mile long, Hellin said.
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Global Offshore Oil & Gas Rig Markets Report 2022: Jackups, Semisubmersibles, Drill Ships - Competition, ...

Enid News & Eagle 20 Jan 2023
The Global Offshore Oil & Gas Rig Market is expected to grow at a steady CAGR of 5.69% in the forecast period to reach USD22,522.64 million by 2027 ... They are the most cost-effective offshore drilling platform as they require fewer crew as compared to its counterparts ... Offshore Oil & Gas Rig Market, By Water Depth..
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How Do Offshore Oil Rigs Actually Work?

IFL Science 20 Jan 2023
The world’s largest offshore drilling platform, Berkut, weighs over 200,000 tonnes and is located off the Russian Pacific coast.Related Stories ... Offshore rigs usually also have helipads, living quarters and lifeboats for the crew that work on them, who often stay on the rig away from home for weeks at a time.
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‘Exceptionally unlikely’ crab deaths caused by freeport dredging, report says

Belfast Telegraph 20 Jan 2023
There were distressing scenes of large numbers of dead and dying lobsters and crabs on beaches, while fishing crews warned that sparse catches offshore following the event were “catastrophic” for their livelihoods ... Teesside is home to one of the Government-backed freeports – special economic zones offering tax breaks and lower tariffs ... PA. / ... Latest. .
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Wave Energy: New facility taking shape at Newport

The News Guard 19 Jan 2023
In 2022, crews completed the installation of underground conduits that will house the subsea and terrestrial ... To install the more than 6 miles of conduit, crews used horizontal directional drilling to make four offshore bores that were each more than a mile long, Hellin said.
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London International Shipping Week

The Maritime Executive 18 Jan 2023
Looking to shipping’s horizon, LISW23 will ponder where are the next, tangible, opportunities for the industry to contribute to energy transition while also generating profits, in areas such as CO2 shipping, and offshore wind ... Crew welfare, training, skills, recruitment, ...
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Crowley and Esvagt JV scores Siemens Gamesa charter for SOV newbuild in the US

Splash24/7 17 Jan 2023
US-based owner Crowley and Danish offshore player Esvagt have secured a 15-year charter deal with wind turbine maker Siemens Gamesa which will see them jointly build and operate a service operations vessel (SOV) for Dominion Energy’s Coastal Virginia offshore wind project in the US.
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Coast Guard rescues 7 from crew of tug boat

The Buffalo News 17 Jan 2023
The Coast Guard says seven people were rescued offshore in Ocean City, Md., over the weekend ... The Coast Guard launched a helicopter crew and an MH60 Jayhawk crew to hoist the seven people from the vessel.
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Coast Guard rescues tug boat crew off coast of Maryland

The Star Democrat 17 Jan 2023
OCEAN CITY (AP) — The Coast Guard says seven people were rescued offshore in Ocean City over the weekend ... Saturday, a crew member on the tug ... The air crews then transported them to Ocean City Municipal Airport with no reported injuries.
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Coast Guard rescues 7 tug crew members stuck offshore in Ocean City

Wtop 16 Jan 2023
Seven people were rescued offshore in Ocean City, Maryland, early Saturday morning. At 3.30 a.m., a crew member on the tug Legacy notified the Maryland-National Capital Region of the Coast Guard that while towing a 290-foot barge from New Jersey to Guyana, a 1,000-foot towing line became entangled and then snapped.

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Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken speaks at a joint press availability with Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III, Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi, and Japanese Defense Minister Yasukazu Hamada at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., on January 11, 2023.
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FILE — In this photo released by the Colombian Presidential Press Office, May 4, 2022, police escort Dairo Antonio Usuga, front row second from right, also known as "Otoniel," leader of the violent Clan del Golfo cartel, prior to his extradition to the U.S., at a military airport in Bogota, Colombia.
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