Anthony Veder, Bunker Connect Pact for ARA Ports
Anthony Veder and Bunker Connect have signed a bunker procurement and management contract for the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp (ARA) set of ports.Upon successful implementation in the ARA area, Anthony Veder…
Powered by Google, UN Flexes Tech Muscle to Fight Climate Change
New Google-powered software will help the world tackle problems related to climate change, deforestation and food production, a United Nations agency said on Friday, as it presented its revamped online platform. Open Foris, U.N.
Solar Company Sungevity To Go Public in Reverse Merger
Sungevity Inc, the No. 5 U.S. rooftop solar company by market share, on Wednesday said it would list its shares after a reverse merger by a shell company, allowing it to tap the public markets at a difficult time for solar stocks.
Engineers Seek Flexible Benefits from Virtual Classrom
Looking at the global application of Online Distance Learning (ODL), according to a 2014 report from the International Council for Open and Distance Education, in 2007 there were 150 million students worldwide engaged in distance learning…
World’s First Decommissioning Collaboration Tool
The world’s first online information management system for the offshore decommissioning market has been launched by well management and performance improvement specialist, Exceed. The Aberdeen-based company has invested in excess of $472…
Stirling Group Launches Competency Program
Stirling Group, a provider of human capital development services across the Middle East has launched a new online training program to help ensure the sector’s current and future workforce has the necessary skills required to succeed.
Energy Sector Training Net Widens with Mintra Training Portal
International training leader 20|20 Business Insight is partnering with Mintra Training Portal to boost the global delivery of its world-leading, specialist project management training for energy sector workers in remote locations.
Prices Dip to Five-Year Low on Weak Demand
Thermal coal prices fell to a five-year low on Monday, under pressure from weaker demand and large stockpiles. German industrial orders fell 5.7 percent in August, the largest drop since 2009, with the subdued…