Lebanon News

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Almarin Buoys Reach New Markets

;man lake, border between France and Switzerland, buoys have been installed to mark a floating containment boom in the estuary of Rhone river, nearby Port Valais. The Balizamar buoys used in this case were adapted by the customer for this application.   Further east, in an estuary in Beirut (Lebanon), several buoys have been supplied complete with moorings and self-contained lanterns to provide safe navigation. Almarin has also supplied buoys in other parts of Lebanon, for example, Balizamar buoys were Veolia’s choice to mark the sea outfall at Ras Nabi Younis Wastewater Treatment Plant

Teledyne CARIS Names Codevintec as Italian Distributor

Marine mapping software developer Teledyne CARIS said it has selected Codevintec as a software distributor for Italy, the Adriatic countries, Greece and Lebanon.   Codevintec has been a distributor in the geomatics industry for many years. As a contribution to Teledyne CARIS’ list of distributors, Codevintec can now provide survey companies, scientific research organizations and mapping agencies in this region further information about the Ping-to-Chart hydrographic software solutions, which include support for Airborne Lidar Bathymetry (ALB) operations, big data management and autonomous

An MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter, assigned to the "Sea Knights" of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 22, transports supplies over the guided-missile cruiser USS Gettysburg (CG 64) during a replenishment-at-sea with the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) in the Arabian Gulf. (U.S. Navy photo by Seaman Karl Anderson)

Middle East Maritime Security: Cooperation is the Key Vital

Maritime Forces.  So, Yemen continues to strive to be part of the solution and part of the maritime security solution throughout the entire region. Syrian instability “The instability that we continue to see in Syria leads to instability throughout the region, in particular in Jordan and Lebanon, which is of concern to us, including those of us who are interested in the maritime environment,” he said. Miller mentioned he is concerned about the tie between Iran, Syria, and Lebanese Hezbollah, noting that instability in Syria potentially leads to the instability of the Arabian Gulf

Offshore Lebanon energy blocks: Image credit Spectrum

Spectrum Seismic 3D Survey Underway Offshore Lebanon

Spectrum has announced the start of another Multi-Client 3D survey in the Levantine Basin offshore Lebanon. This new survey covers approximately 2,200 square kilometers and the acquisition will be performed by Polarcus using its 12-streamer vessel ‘Adira’. The survey covers both the northern part of the Levantine Basin and the basin margins and is located directly North of Spectrum’s recent 3,052 square kilometer Multi-Client 3D survey that was acquired last year. New survey lines fall within licensing blocks 1, 3, 5 and 6 of the first Lebanese offshore licensing round as announced

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