Jumbo appoints Huisman for offshore mast cranes
Jumbo recently made a formal investment decision to appoint Huisman Equipment BV for the provision of the design and construction of two offshore mast cranes for their new DP2 Heavy Lift Crane Vessel (HLCV) to be delivered in the first quarter of...
Emerson inaugurates new facility in Saudi Arabia
Under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Saud bin Nayef bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, Governor of the Eastern Province, His Excellency Suliman Abdulrhman Al-Thunayan, Governor of Al Khobar, inaugurated Emerson’s (NYSE: EMR) new technology and...
OES annual report highlights advancing ocean energy
The Ocean Energy Systems (OES) Technology Collaboration Programme of the International Energy Agency has recently published its 2017 Annual Report featuring an assessment of national policies, research and technology demonstration on ocean energy...
HFO expected to be rare in spot market
An industry expert has recently forecasted that global ship operators will have difficulty in procuring heavy fuel oil (HFO) in spot market. According to John LaRese, the Technical Liaison Manager for ExxonMobil Marine Fuels & Lubric...
Rockwell had smart factory seminars in Korea
Rockwell Automation Korea has recently announced that the company had 'Rockwell Automation On Tour (RAOT)' seminars in Korea. With a theme 'smart factory for oil and gas plants', the seminars were held in Daesan-eup, South Chungche...
Mac-Net held seminar on next-gen maritime industry
Mac-Net (Maritime Cluster Networking in Korea) announced that it held a policy seminar on March 16 to discuss how to prepare the Korean model of smart shipbuilding/shipping. At the seminar presented many experts and high officials including th...
Shell to provide LNG to Hong Kong
Global major Shell is going to sign a long-term LNG supply deal with Hong Kong utility outfit CLP Power. It has been understood that Shell has competed with rival players including Petronas. According to industry and foreign media, Shell is ap...
STX O&S faces worker reduction
STX Offshore & Shipbuilding (STX O&S) receives applications for voluntary retirement from March 20. The government and creditors have decided to salvage the troubled shipbuilder through more serious self-rescue plan. Unless STX O...
Songa finally wins in Cat-D dispute with DSME
Songa Offshore announced on March 19 that the English High Court has ruled in the Norwegian offshore drilling contractor's favour in an ongoing arbitration with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) regarding the construction of dri...
KR publishes SOx Guidebook II
Korean Register of Shipping (KR) recently published ‘Guidebook II’ to help the industry to respond to global SOx regulations. IMO is implementing global 0.5% SOx cap from 2020, and shipping companies have to choose between several options:...
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