CJC strengthens teams in London and Singapore
Specialised international shipping law firm Campbell Johnston Clark (CJC) has announced new senior appointments to the Admiralty and Casualty teams in its London and Singapore offices. Paul Apostolis is joining CJC’s Singapore office f...
Damen Marine components to supply Chilean navy
Damen Marine Components has won a contract to supply steering gear, rudders and stern tube parts for an Antarctic Research vessel of the Chilean Navy, under LRS -Polar 5 Class notation. The contract was awarded by ASMAR Talcahuano Shipyard, Chile...
McDermott awarded subsea work from Shell
McDermott International, Inc. (NYSE: MDR) announced today a contract from Shell Exploration and Production Company Inc., a subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) plc, for subsea umbilical and flowline installation at the Perdido development, loc...
DOF Subsea awards subsea deals
DOF Subsea has been awarded several contracts securing utilisation of personnel and vessels in the Subsea IMR Projects segment. DOF Subsea has been awarded a contract in the Atlantic region by MHI Vestas Offshore Wind for the Skand...
"Need to set up autonomous ship test center in Geoje"
Kim Han-pyo of the Liberty Korea Party has recently urged Minister of Trade, Industry and Energy Paik Un-gyu to set up the 'test run center for smart autonomous ship' in Geoje City, South Gyeongsang Province, Korea. The two Korean giant ...
Jeolla tries to secure autonomous ship test center
Mokpo National Maritime University (MNMU) of Korea had a meeting with the relevant local institutes and businesses for the establishment of the 'test run center for smart autonomous ship' on August 3 at the office building of the Jeonnam Science ...
Fincantieri orderbook stacks more than 100
Italian shipbuilding group Fincantieri revealed that its order backlog exceeded 100 units. In its 1H result data, the company said its overall orderbook values at EUR29.8bn, which is six times its 2017 revenue. As of June 30, its orderbook log...
China floats first pipeline-inspecting ship
China has put its first self-developed pipeline inspection ship into operation. The ship Ocean Oil 791 was delivered to CNOOC last month. The unit is designed by Shanghai Merchant Ship Design Research Institute under CSSC. With electrical p...
Chinese yard seeking arbitration on undelivered ships
Hong Kong-based China Ocean Industry announced that it is to seek arbitration for four undelivered multipurpose ships (MPPs). The company revealed that it had negotiated with two clients for the price and delivery of six unfinished MPPs since ...
Sejin Heavy to benefit from LPG rally
Japan is increasing US LPG import. The import volume, which started to increase in 2013, has exceeded import from the Middle East since 2017. As of June this year, US LPG import already reached 6.9m tons, exceeding last year’s annual volume, 6....
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