Developing Prospects for Oceanic Geothermal Energy Conversion

While the earth’s core is believed to be molten material, the majority of the world’s active volcanoes are believed to...

Analysis: When Could China Be Ready for a Cross-Strait Invasion?

  There’s rising concern about the prospect of a major military crisis erupting across the Taiwan Strait as a result...

DESMI Launches Two New BWMS Expanding Coverage for Ships at Sea

By DESMI 05-09-2021 05:41:53

Posted in: Shipping

To meet market and customer demand, DESMI has developed two new Ballast Water Management Systems (BWMS) covering bulker solutions...

Lessons From the Ship That Nearly Destroyed 12 Percent of World Trade

By CIMSEC 05-09-2021 02:04:44

Posted in: Shipping

[By Dr. Salvatore R. Mercogliano] The grounding of MV Ever Given from March 23 to March 29, 2021 captured the world&r...

Opinion: U.S. Navy's Shipyards Need a Boost From Congress

America is home to some of the finest shipbuilders in the world. This industry is becoming increasingly vital to our national secu...

Opinion: The World's Navies and Merchant Fleets Need a Stronger Bond

By CIMSEC 05-06-2021 05:59:00

Posted in: Government

[By Peter Cook] In his authoritative tome Seapower, Geoffrey Till observes that navies “have to work alongside rathe...

Böning Windfarm Fleet Management System Promotes Operational Awareness

BÖNING Ship Automation is known for manufacturing a wide array of shipboard monitor and control systems since 1977, so engine...

Soft Cyber Laws Make Port Facilities Soft Cyber Targets

By CIMSEC 05-04-2021 02:33:32

Posted in: Ports

[By CDR Michael C. Petta] There is widespread recognition that cybersecurity vulnerabilities make the maritime transportation s...

Opinion: Time to End China's Lease at the Port of Darwin

By The Strategist 05-03-2021 08:34:13

Posted in: Ports

[By Peter Jennings] Australian Defence Minister Peter Dutton has asked his department "to come back with some advice"...