DHT, "No problem in scrubber project"
DHT Holdings is confident of raising funds for installing scrubbers in its VLCCs (very large crude carriers). The New York-listed tanker owner announced on July 3 that it has entered into agreements to install scrubbers in twelve of its ...
Dorian LPG goes for scrubber option
NYSE-listed LPG shipping company Dorian LPG is planning to install scrubbers on seven VLGCs in its fleet, it is said. In a recent 2Q result conference call, CEO John C. Lycouris from Dorian LPG (USA) LLC commented that the retrofitting work wi...
WWL chooses scrubber maneuver
Wallenius Wilhelmsen (WWL), a Norwegian shipowner in the car carrier and Ro-Ro segment, decided to install scrubbers on 20 ships in its large fleet. According to the industry and foreign sources, the retrofit project would cost up to $140m, or...
DSME's test basin occupied
On August 13, researchers have started to take occupancy of a test basin research center which was established in Baegot New Town, Siheung City, Gyeonggi Province, Korea, by Siheung City, Seoul National University (SNU) and Daewoo Shipbuilding &a...
HHI's offshore yard suspension coming up
While about 4,600 workers in Hyundai Heavy Industries' (HHI's) offshore plant yard are in immediate danger of job insecurity as the yard stops operation at the end of this month against a backdrop of order drought, HHI has decided to provide the ...
HHI laid keel for New Zealand Navy ship
Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) laid the keel of the HMNZS Aotearoa, a New Zealand Navy support ship at its Ulsan HQ in presence of Philip Turner, New Zealand’s Ambassador to Korea. The 173.2m ship was awarded back in July 2016 and features t...
"HMD's simple backlog to bring high profit"
Product carrier (PC) and feeder containership occupy the majority of Hyundai Mipo Dockyard's (HMD's) orderbook, and the simplification of ship types is likely to raise the Korean shipyard's earnings rate, according to a Korean industry expert.&nb...
Korea dominated July order game
The Korean shipbuilding industry has stacked the thickest order record in the world between January and July 2018. According to Clarkson Research, Korea took the number one place in July competition, winning almost half of the whole orders (2....
Evergreen seeking 36 NBs
Taiwanese container operator Evergreen is seeking additional 36 ships by newbuilding and chartering activities. According to Alphaliner's recent weekly report, Evergreen recently opened tender for chartering of a total of 36 vessels, of ...
DSME stay profitable in 1H 2018
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) announced through a regulatory filing on August 14 that it marked the second quarter in profit on a consolidated basis. DSME revealed its 1H 2018 result on the day, at KRW4.5819trn of r...
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