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By 2021, Norway intends to have no fewer than 60 battery-powered ferries in operation.
Shipping companies and government invest in fleet renewal and expansion
07.08.2018
The political change in 2017 will bring freedom to the economy for the first time and thus also a slight upturn for the time being.
07.08.2018
II. Quarter 2018
07.08.2018
US-Sanktionen veranlassen westliche Firmen zum Rückzug - Peking will die Lücken füllen
07.08.2018
Newsletter on Chinese shipbuilding and offshore market 1. Quarter 2018
Current issue of quarterly report of market-research company IHS MARKIT.
Current edition of annual German-language information brochure on economic situation of marine and offshore equipment supplying industry available.
10.07.2018
Incoming orders up again at last, by 2.7 percent • Technological development focusing on maritime energy transition • Digital service becoming increasingly important
13.06.2018
The outlook for South Korean industry continues to be mixed.
11.06.2018
Italy is focusing on modernising its sea transport sector. With improved rail links, Genoa and Trieste are to become more significant as hubs between southern and central Europe in the next few years. The digitalisation of ports is also proceeding apace. The reforms dating from 2016 are showing initial effects. Close on two years ago, several port authorities were combined and bureaucracy reduced.
09.05.2018
VDMA - WG Marine Equipment and Systems publishs a German-language information brochure on the market of German marine and offshore equipment suppliers once a year.
13.04.2018
Construction begins on Saudi Aramco shipyard joint venture.
06.04.2018
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Marine Machinery & Equipment and Wartsila collaborate on improved power and propulsion solution
28.03.2018
The technology group Wärtsilä is to acquire Transas, a global company headquartered in the U.K. The move will speed Wärtsilä along its path towards its Smart Marine Ecosystem vision.
21.03.2018
Columbia's crude oil production has slumped by 18% from the beginning of 2015 to approx. 850,000 barrels per day (bpd) with companies cutting back on their investment because of the low oil price.
29.12.2017
Sector sees light at the end of the tunnel
12.12.2017
The oil and gas sector in this region is still in its infancy, and no investment is currently planned.
07.12.2017
Uncertain parameters slowing offshore development
05.12.2017
The report “Outlook for Industries in 2018” published by Hyundai Research Institute (HRI) forecasts that 2018 will mark the turning point for the shipbuilding industry, which has been troubled by the longest recession it has known.
01.12.2017
The economy of the Republic of Congo (Congo-Brazzaville) is in serious trouble.
24.11.2017
Significance for European Industry and Trade Policy
10.11.2017
Investment in Norway’s oil and gas industry – about nine times higher than in the mining and processing sector together – declined by about 7% to close on €17 billion in 2016 and will probably fall again in 2017.
08.11.2017
There is currently not much activity in Ghana’s mining sector due to the decline in the gold price.
30.10.2017
Chinese shipyards have recovered somewhat in 2017 – but for how long is questionable.
17.10.2017
First rays of hope for shipbuilding in the wake of the crisis.
Newsletter on Chinese shipbuilding and offshore market in second quarter 2017.
12.10.2017
Azerbaijan, which is dependent on oil and gas exports, has been suffering from the slump in oil prices.
10.10.2017
With its long coastline and above all overseas territories, France accounts for one of the largest marine regions worldwide.
06.10.2017
The oil and gas sector is the most important industry and the main investment sector in Azerbaijan, accounting for more than 85% of exports, about half of state revenues and a third of GDP.
Dr. Jörg Mutschler
Dr. Jörg Mutschler
Managing Director
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