TMC secures FPSO compressor job
Dutch floater expert SBM Offshore has awarded TMC Compressors of the Seas (TMC) a contract to supply the marine compressed air system for the FPSO destined for the Liza project. Under the contract, TMC will provide a large compressed air syste...
I-Tech AB signs huge deal with CMP
I-Tech AB, the Swedish developer of the bio-repellent antifouling ingredient Selektope®, has signed a significant supply agreement with one of the industry’s leading paint manufacturers representing the largest ever single order of the technol...
Lloyd’s Register acquired Nettitude
Cyber security is on the boardroom agenda as organisations worldwide seek to improve their resilience against a backdrop of high-profile, and increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks. The number of breaches is up an average 27.4% year on year1 an...
MacGregor provides eye to inspect equipment
MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has recently signed two inspection service agreements with experienced dry bulk shipping operators, ESL Shipping and Wagenborg Shipping, to ensure that essential MacGregor equipment is in good working order and any is...
ClassNK releases guidelines for direct load
Leading classification society ClassNK has released its Guidelines for Direct Load Analysis and Strength Assessment of hull structure. These guidelines incorporate the load and structural consistent analysis structural evaluation method. ...
German – Australian cooperation will open doors
SCHOENROCK HYDRAULIK MARINE SYSTEMS and IKAD Engineering of Perth, Australia, have signed a representative Agreement to market, build and service watertight sliding doors, shell doors and hatches to the Australian Naval and commercial sectors. ...
Saiki scores 37K BC duo
Saiki Heavy Industries, a Japan-based shipbuilder, turns out to have scored two 37,000 dwt bulkers from its compatriot Far East Shipping & Trading. The new bulker duo, which will be hired by major operators, is slated for delivery fr...
Abadi LNG waiting for pre-FEED stage
It is learned that Abadi LNG project in Indonesia led by Inpex and Shell is staring pre-FEED work in the face. The project, which had been developed as FLNG project, was switched to an onshore project in accordance with a policy of Ind...
Runners gathered for Rosebank FPSO
Four players submitted the application for Chevron’s Rosebank FPSO project. The 295m x 60m offshore facility will feature 100,000 b/d of capacity, and the final two candidates will be picked at the end of March after clarification meetings. ...
Wood lands study deal for SNE oil field
It turned out that Wood Group, which is headquartered in Aberdeen, has been commissioned by Australia's Woodside Energy to perform subsea and flow assurance studies for the SNE Deepwater Oil Field offshore Senegal. With this, Australia- and th...
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